September /October

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EDITORIAL

Pyromaniacs


LEADERS

The conflicted great idea of Lebanon


POVERTY

The many new faces of Lebanese poverty

Poverty 101

Why direct support is more efficient than subsidies and how to transition

Safety nets versus subsidies

UNESCO tackles physical, psychological and systemic educational challenges

School rehabilitation efforts post Beirut blast

Lebanese poverty rates swell across income groups

Lebanon’s poverty and scope for alleviation

Why investing in refugees benefits host communities and the refugees’ country of origin

Enabling refugees’ development enables society at large

Dark days ahead for Syrian refugees

Q&A WITH PHILIPPE LAZZARINI

The Palestinian experience of the Lebanese crises

Executive photo essay

Lebanon 2020: urban poverty


SPECIAL REPORT: LABOR

Labor in Lebanon As existential as it gets

As existential as it gets

Politics and the labor market

Lebanon’s constant inconstants since the 1990s

Five imperatives the new government will need to tackle to create jobs

From a dynamic private sector to the participation of women in the labor force

The knowledge economy

A strategic priority for economic growth and job creation in Lebanon

Industry: Its role and perspective in Lebanon’s economic growth

Untapped potential to compete in global industry

Boosting the Lebanese Food Industry to Preserve and Create Jobs

Lebanon can supply its own foods domestically

Lebanon’s last chance to save jobs

Q&A with Romen Mathieu, Investment Expert


SPECIAL REPORT: DIASPORA

The search for Lebanon’s new diaspora

Between never again and forever yours

The role of the diaspora in healing Lebanon

Hope in the face of relentless calamity

Q&A with notorious cyclist Lance Armstrong and investment tycoon Tom Barrack


BUSINESS ESSENTIALS

Company bulletin

Conferences & exhibitions

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