The challenges of food security in Finland have become a topic of great importance to decision-makers, and Finland has transformed from a country suffering from serious repercussions for food security to a country to be a role model in the field of industry and food innovation and one of the first countries in the world in the food security index since the past ten years…
With population density rising, the primary challenge will be to feed more than 30% of humanity’s expected accumulation by 2050, and this will require not only a radical change in people’s daily habits, but also the task for decision-makers to research how to maintain food security in their countries over time.
Food commodities have been hit by a rise in prices over the past two years, causing repercussions for food security at the international level. Inflation in global food prices is due to several factors that have affected the world over the past two years…
The role of research and development in stimulating the food security strategy in the Kingdom of Bahrain
We outline the most important initiatives undertaken by Singapore to support its food security, and the most important lessons and recommendations that we can benefit from in the Kingdom of Bahrain in this regard.
The role of research and development in activating the food security strategy in the Kingdom of Bahrain
This article addresses the most important initiatives undertaken by developed countries such as Singapore, which import 90% of food from abroad in the face of the repercussions of food security at the local level, and how the research and development component has had a great impact on finding radical solutions to them.
The Contract Enforcement Index measures the time and cost of resolving commercial disputes through local primary courts as well as the overall quality of judicial proceedings. However, why do countries pay such great attention to the issue of contract enforcement and what is its impact on the economic level? In this article, we will discuss the importance of contract enforcement and its impact on improving the business environment, attracting investments, and promoting sustainability and economic growth.
The Corona pandemic has changed the economies of countries in an unprecedented way, as many economic sectors such as the retail market, restaurants, hotels, tourism and transportation have been affected, and there has been a sharp decline in investments and the growth of private projects. In the economic recovery phase, there has been a radical change in the labor market. The question addressed in today’s article is: How has the labor market changed in the post-pandemic economy?
In this fourth and final part, Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh lists the sectors benefitting from R&D in Singapore, in agriculture and industry, tech and military, health and education, private sector support, and political and economic decision-making.
In the first part of this series, Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh examines goals-based educational development to match market needs and entrepreneurship requirements. He cites Singapore’s track-‘streaming’ example based on academic achievement in senior school classes to facilitate the most suitable choices to learn specific knowledge for their occupational roles and productivity.
Derasat Center and the United Nations Development Programme published two research papers titled, “The Impact of COVID-19 on Women in Bahrain”, and “Bahraini Women and Remote Work”; prepared by Dr. Omar Ahmed Al-Ubaydli, Derasat Director of Studies and Research, and Ms. Deema Al-Moayyed, UNDP researcher.