Double Standards Redux: The Ethics Of Future Covid-19 Vaccine Research

By |2021-04-14T16:08:12+00:00April 14th, 2021|Categories: Education & Health Policy, Health, Publications|Tags: , , |

THEME ─ Double Standards Redux: The Ethics Of Future Covid-19 Vaccine Research Covid-19, The WHO, And The Apparent Collapse Of Traditional Medical Research Ethics By Godfrey B. Tangwa Abstract On January 14, 2021, a [...]

Meeting the Next Moment, Together: EU-India Economic Diplomacy in a ‘Multipolar’ Asia

By |2021-04-14T09:50:07+00:00April 14th, 2021|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , |

India now is amongst the world’s fastest-growing large economies and is an important player in global economic governance. It is also an important trade and investment partner for the European Union (EU), representing a sizable and dynamic market,

Is Obtaining Construction Permits In Cameroon Business Friendly To Foreigners?

By |2021-03-30T15:50:16+00:00March 30th, 2021|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: |

The conditions for obtaining construction permits in Cameroon are multi-dimensional ranging from the procedure, time, and cost of obtaining the required licenses and permits. It involves submitting all essential notification, and demanding and accepting all necessary checks, and acquiring utility connection.

The Concept Of Africapitalism And The Role Of The Private Sector In Africa’s Socio-Economic Development

By |2021-03-25T12:40:39+00:00March 25th, 2021|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: , |

Constrained by a crippling environment and burdensome government policies for decades, Africa still hosts a majority of the least developed countries of the world. The private sector is said to have a major role to play in Africa’s development, a situation which Elumelu (2019) describes as ‘Africapitalism.’

Market Research: A Key Determinant Of Success For SME Start-Ups In Cameroon

By |2021-03-25T11:16:54+00:00March 25th, 2021|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: , |

In Cameroon, SMEs constitute 95% of the country’s economy and also helps in job creation especially among the youths [2]. This, to a greater extent, means that their successes or failures have significant implications for economic growth.

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