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How Can Nigeria Reach Its Full Potential?

By Ademola Adenle Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari must make science and technology a priority if the populous West African country hopes to flex its economic muscle. Buhari can achieve these goals by expanding the country’s economy and making it more globally competitive. An important step is to address the damage done to Nigerian science, technology and … Continue reading

How China Can Avoid The Middle Income Trap

By Derek Scissors As China appears to be flirting with the middle income trap, the old development model is becoming increasingly unworkable. In its place, the ‘new normal’ is emerging as a valuable notion. But to work it needs increased corporate competition, integrated labour markets, sharper land rights for farmers, and much less debt accumulation. … Continue reading

Can African Mobile Tech Innovation Transform American Business?

Often, innovation and technology are viewed by many as a one way transfer, from the developed to the developing world. Yet, African innovators are forcing us to give pause to this notion. Even their governments are innovating Here at Emerging Frontiers, registering our business involved a process that required us to fill out paperwork, consult … Continue reading

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