Startups as the golden standard for economic development in Africa – is it a myth, or does it have a chance to become a reality? In the past 5 years, the world has been a witness to the booming startup economy in the developed world.
The internet is changing the way people cope with ordinary tasks. Autonomic vehicles, refrigerators and microwave appliances incorporating the elements of artificial intelligence, and computers that make grounded decisions about human health and wellbeing are no longer a surprise.
One of the best ways to bring electric power to millions in the Global South is to invest more in "mini-grids" – small, localized power plants and distribution networks that can cheaply serve remote communities.
As the Ethiopian economy is growing, the government, citizens, economists and scholars want to understand what factors or changes in the country’s economic structure will secure its transition from an underdeveloped to a developed status.