Follow this link to a multi-media presentation of Harvard Professor Edward Glaeser’s arguments in favour of urbanisation when he was a guest of CDE in June. You’ll find a write up of his presentations, video clips from a public event, photographs and charts, and commentary by CDE executive director, Ann Bernstein.
As part of CDE’s interest in casting South Africa’s socio-economic challenges in an international context, we have been showcasing speakers and their experiences when they…
MEXICO has embarked on what The Economist called one of the “most ambitious reform programmes in the world today”. Can SA learn anything from this…
Executive Director of the Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) Ann Bernstein highlights the findings of a research project to uncover a consensus on democratic governance from the leading emerging markets of Brazil, India, and South Africa.
The Democratic Alternative from the South: India, Brazil and South Africa was officially launched in South Africa on 11 September 2014 in Johannesburg. A panel discussion in response to Ann Bernstein’s presentation was held.
BUSINESS DAY: Are autocracies the best way to produce inclusive economic growth? The evidence from India, Brazil and SA is compelling and supports a resounding “no”.