In his new book, Gambling on Development, economist Stefan Dercon argues that the key to a low-resource country's success is not what you might think.
The nanosatellites will observe the health of the land to help people make the best use of their countries' natural resources. A growing number of African countries are venturing into space.
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and PATH Foundation have selected a route for the final segment of the Northwest Trail. The trail will run alongside Peachtree Park Drive and Bennett Street, known as Corridor 6 in the Northwest Trail Feasibility Study, in Buckhead.
A bill introduced in the General Assembly last year called for giving local governments and school districts the legal right to participate in hearings on tax abatements but failed to get through either legislative chamber. Now, a state Senate study committee has begun meeting to consider what changes might be needed to make local development authorities more accountable.
The responses reveal the impact on living standards in nine low- and middle-income countries — and may help governments find a way to help citizens most in need.
TV correspondents and pundits spoke it, Twitter users typed it. They said the insurrection in the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday was what happens in "Third World" countries. There's a problem with that.
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Without Atlanta legend John Portman, you might never walk into a hotel lobby with a cavernous atrium, an office tower with stacked balconies or a...
Atlanta has shown that development around a sports stadium doesn't always work. The Vine City section of Atlanta did not turn around when the Georgia...