Mahmoud Mohieldin's Articles

Migration will likely increase for demographic, economic, climatic, and geopolitical reasons, and origin, destination, and transit countries should plan for it to optimise its benefits and minimise its costs, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

Cooperation of developing nations with international financial institutions is only worthwhile if it yields better and faster results.

A recent World Bank report sets out ways in which governments can foster economic growth threatened by the worldwide slowdown over the last decade, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

News of problems at three major banks in the US and Europe has brought back worried memories of the 2008 global financial crisis.

Should countries specialise or diversify if they want to achieve greater prosperity and economic development.

What is the way out of the polycrisis that is currently gripping the world as humanity reaches an ominous new watershed of only 90 seconds to midnight on the Doomsday Clock?

What word best sums up the experience of the past year, asks Mahmoud Mohieldin

Predictions about the future are always difficult, but certain needs and trends can be discerned.

Financing for climate action and development needs is falling short, and the world must look for new solutions, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

International conditions will remain better than many people might think as long as we can avoid the five major threats hanging over humanity.

Pakistan alone has suffered an estimated $30 billion in climate-related damage this year, but the industrialised countries are still not living up to their responsibility to provide assistance.

World energy, food, and economic crises dominated discussions at this year’s World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, along with the repercussions of the war in Ukraine, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

What are the ingredients of the perfect crime?

The economic impacts of the war in Ukraine have already been manifold, and the longer the war continues the more far-reaching they will be, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

Financing the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic will require solutions that are better able to deal with debt and include more effective and equitable management mechanisms.

There is now no longer any doubt that the recent wave of inflation worldwide is here to stay, putting additional pressures on the world’s central banks, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

Fighting inflation and protecting the poorer and lower-income segments of society are now among the foremost economic priorities of the developing nations.

Developing countries need to continue to combat inflation this year by pursuing an effective inflation-targeting framework while sustaining high inclusive growth and employment objectives, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

The world’s advanced economies are facing inflation rates not seen for decades. Their policy response will have serious implications on emerging markets and developing economies.

If the developing nations continue not to be allowed to produce vaccines against Covid-19, events such as the spread of the new Omicron variant may well occur more often, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin

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