LIRNEasia is a regional ICT policy and regulation think tank active across the Asia Pacific

Tag Archives: migration

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: We are inviting Proposals from potential Bidders to conduct a nationally representative study of ICT access and use in Nepal with special focus on the disabled. Click here for more information. Deadline for submissions: 29 January 2018.

How smartphones are reinventing movement of people across borders

For most of human history, people have moved. It is only in the relatively short window after the establishment of the Westphalian state, especially after the collapse of the empires after the Second World War, that these movements have been constrained. The logic of globalization is based on the mobility of factors of production. Some […]

A parsimonious indicator of good governance

As a research organization we like data. We worry about the best indicators, for anything. For the longest time, per capita GDP has been the simplest, least-imperfect indicator of prosperity. It has many shortcomings, but the alternatives have more. The newest run at it zooms in on happiness. If people in country A are happier […]

Search

Research Mailing List

Enter your email for research updates:

Login

Flickr Photos