Engineering Human Development for Economy-Specific Outcomes

For many students around the world the common summer months often indicate a temporary cessation of classes until September. For many it means graduation and membership into the national labor force. However, that number varies greatly from country to country and often denotes different expectations for their contributions toward business. In 2019, according to the…

Rewriting the Educational Narrative for Growth and Innovation

It is National Education Week in the US, with the current state of education in many parts of the world today in flux. Without doubt, the current system is more than broken given its inability to deliver on value domestically and internationally for many students. A 2019 report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New…

Nigeria, Rebuilding Momentum in the World Economy

In 2012 Nigeria generated nearly 150 billion in exports; but in just a over a year, trade had dropped by nearly half, at 90 billion.  Few know that the United States is Nigeria’s largest export destination receiving much of its revenue from oil and crude.  While many Nigerians blamed the precipitous drop that rocked the…