Articles by Peter Passell
Cutting down greenhouse gas emissions in developing nations using the Clean Development Mechanism is bedeviled by a host of problems.
Foreign aid projects would find more success if payment depended on a successful outcome and true social impact.
The light regulation and subsequent success of the Internet prove regulation in telecommunications is losing relevance.
It is important to be able to see how and where governments and nonprofits spend their international development funds.
The United Nations is not the appropriate forum from which to impose regulations on the Internet.
Regulators need to understand that temporary market share does not equate to enduring market power.
The Middle Eastern country faces some tough choices to remedy the budget crisis that has been mounting since the beginning of the Arab spring.
China may not be able to maintain growth if it continues its Communist ways.
Those who use more data on their cell phones should pay more.
There's no guaranteed formula for fostering business growth in developing countries.