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OP-ED: Time is a flat circle

OP-ED: Time is a flat circle

Nafis Shahriar

Sun, Jan 24 2021

Will Joe Biden continue the legacy of his predecessors?

OP-ED: Can we escape inequality?

OP-ED: Can we escape inequality?

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Wed, Jan 20 2021

The pandemic could pave the way for a more unequal society

OP-ED: Reset or acceleration?

OP-ED: Reset or acceleration?

Farid Erkizia Bakht

Wed, Jan 13 2021

In this year of anniversaries, which will eventually prove to be more significant?

OP-ED: The search for a sane...

OP-ED: The search for a sane...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Tue, Jan 5 2021

In our capitalistic societies, is freedom largely illusory?

OP-ED: Free workers are not 'free'

OP-ED: Free workers are not 'free'

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Tue, Dec 29 2020

How can workers escape the inequality, misery, and exploitation they endure?

OP-ED: The Sundarbans: Not a tragedy...

OP-ED: The Sundarbans: Not a tragedy...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Mon, Dec 7 2020

Profit-making ventures are destroying the organic relationship between the people and the

OP-ED: The castle in the clouds

OP-ED: The castle in the clouds

Nafis Shahriar

Sun, Nov 22 2020

Freedom and dreams come at a cost

OP-ED: Extremism, Islamophobia, and...

OP-ED: Extremism, Islamophobia, and...

Nafis Shahriar

Fri, Nov 20 2020

What is at the root of modern conflicts?

OP-ED: Will cooperatives work in...

OP-ED: Will cooperatives work in...

Tim Worstall

Sun, Nov 15 2020

We must not forget that the usual answer to any question in economics is ‘it depends’

OP-ED: Why do cities remain...

OP-ED: Why do cities remain...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Sat, Nov 14 2020

Urban areas keep growing, but not everybody benefits

OP-ED: Knowledge as a commodity

OP-ED: Knowledge as a commodity

Nafis Shahriar

Sun, Nov 8 2020

Is knowledge something to be mindlessly consumed and then discarded?

OP-ED: The underlying truth of...

OP-ED: The underlying truth of...

Nree Raha Adrija

Sun, Nov 1 2020

Bezos adds billions to his net worth, but the workers are still exploited

OP-ED: And city divides

OP-ED: And city divides

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Mon, Oct 26 2020

Increased securitization has increased suspicion towards any outsiders, decreasing societal bonds

OP-ED: Inside the belly of the...

OP-ED: Inside the belly of the...

Nafis Shahriar

Sat, Oct 24 2020

Our per capital GDP may look healthy, but our society is plagued with stress

OP-ED: How can we eradicate...

OP-ED: How can we eradicate...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Fri, Oct 16 2020

The present economic system needs to be made more egalitarian 

OP-ED: As the city grows

OP-ED: As the city grows

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Mon, Oct 12 2020

What do cities reveal about the human condition?

OP-ED: Why do cities continue to...

OP-ED: Why do cities continue to...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Fri, Oct 2 2020

Cities are locations of stark inequality 

OP-ED: Catching up on growth

OP-ED: Catching up on growth

Tim Worstall

Sun, Sep 27 2020

Can Bangladesh grow faster by imitating richer countries?

OP-ED: Does capitalism really empower...

OP-ED: Does capitalism really empower...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Tue, Aug 18 2020

We must not retreat from critiquing the systematic and structural exploitation of women

OP-ED: How capitalism empowers...

OP-ED: How capitalism empowers...

Tim Worstall

Sat, Aug 15 2020

It is women who have been hit hardest by the absence of trade

OP-ED: A boom in Bangladesh

OP-ED: A boom in Bangladesh

Ajeyo Rohitashwo Al Quazi

Sat, Jun 27 2020

What does Bangladesh’s future look like?