Republic Journal

Tips towards Financial Stability

At the start of a New Year we usually carefully formulate our resolutions to focus on becoming better people. Notwithstanding the fact that we began and ended the last year in a pandemic, we should remain cognizant of the fact that life goes on.

Enjoy the Holidays by Celebrating Safely

Christmas in Trinidad and Tobago is a very social time.

Leadership: A Year Behind; A Year Ahead

When it comes to watershed years, I think many of us can agree that 2021 is a strong contender for the top position.

Economics of pandemics – Fiscal policy

The COVID-19 pandemic can be described as a twin crisis: a global health emergency and a global economic collapse. This unusual characteristic of the crisis, a mixture between epidemiology and economics, makes the problem a challenging one.

Is a financially literate population key to Guyana’s success?

With the World Bank projecting GDP growth of more than 20% this year, it's easy to get excited about Guyana's future. However, the prospect of a rising tide lifting all boats does not always follow.

Leadership and Climate Change

With the recently concluded UN Climate Conference (COP26) in Glasgow and the 1st Annual Caribbean ESG and Climate Financing Summit (which took place virtually) earlier in November, there has been a much-needed rejuvenation in the discussion on Climate Change and an almost commensurate increase in the calls for more action from the world’s leaders, across various disciplines and industries, and their people.


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