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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?

OP-ED: Our tears are the calculus

OP-ED: Our tears are the calculus

Nazarul Islam

Fri, Jun 19 2020

There’s no going back at this point, we can only try to push forward

OP-ED: Failure proves the merit of the...

OP-ED: Failure proves the merit of the...

Tim Worstall

Sun, Jun 7 2020

Uber Eats shutting down may not be a bad thing

OP-ED: Stop giving the rich and politically-connected...

OP-ED: Stop giving the rich and politically-connected...

Ashikur Rahman

Thu, Jun 4 2020

Private jets for some, and pandemic war for the rest of us?

OP-ED: The struggle for survival

OP-ED: The struggle for survival

Sayeed Ibrahim Ahmed

Sat, May 30 2020

A tribute to those who lost their lives

OP-ED: What Hong Kong’s slipping autonomy...

OP-ED: What Hong Kong’s slipping autonomy...

Umran Chowdhury

Sat, May 30 2020

Imposing autocracy on a thriving capitalist system is not the answer

A stimulus to personal corruption?

A stimulus to personal corruption?

Esam Sohail

Fri, May 8 2020

Let’s not tempt mortal beings with the possibility of unearned money

Socialism can yet be Bangladesh’s...

Socialism can yet be Bangladesh’s...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, May 6 2020

The injustices of pseudo-capitalism have crept into our national soul

Capitalism seen doing ‘more harm than...

Capitalism seen doing ‘more harm than...

North America

Mon, Jan 20 2020

‘People are questioning at that level whether what we have today, and the world we live in today,...