Saturday Morning Reading #53

Here’s your Saturday Morning Reading… 1. Refugee influx a major opportunity for Germany, leading economist says | Kate Connolly – The Guardian “The opportunity is for refugees to not only fill the gap, but as we know every person who finds a job and pays taxes makes a contribution to economic productivity and output. We… Continue reading Saturday Morning Reading #53

Saturday Morning Reading #24

After a wonderful couple of weeks with my parents, I’m back with a fresh serving of Saturday Morning Reading. A lot of great blogging during the hiatus – make sure you check it out! Here we go… 1) EBOLA a. Ebolanomics | The Third Transition What are the economics of ebola beyond the initial hit?… Continue reading Saturday Morning Reading #24

Saturday Morning Reading #21

Here’s your Saturday Morning(ish)* Reading… 1. Aid Work: Very Human Endeavour | Waylaid Dialectic Terence comments on the ‘Advice for Aspiring Humanitarian Workers’ list that WhyDev put together (see last week). “At a more meta-level the list illustrates well one of the grim truths of aid work, that it is a human endeavour, and so is… Continue reading Saturday Morning Reading #21