AUB Secular Club Hosts an Event on the Lebanese Economy: Different Points of View

The discussion revealed a general consensus on the state’s dysfunction and the persistent issue of a regime struggling since the Civil War.

The billions in pledges at CEDRE won’t reform the Lebanese economy

Aside from the risk of plunging the country further into debt, financial investments do not ensure a sustainable solution for the future.

The social network is too big to be hurt by #DeleteFacebook

The platform provides several tools and operates at a low cost, many startups and SMEs heavily rely on Facebook.

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies: Safe Technology, Shaky Economics

The price of virtual coins is socially constructed by the purchases made on the market at a given point in time.

How To Contain Lebanon’s Rising Debt And Improve Government Finances

With a combination of spending streamlining and revenue raising measures, Lebanon can halt the slippage in fiscal finances, and revert into a more solid and sustainable fiscal position.

Will The Lebanese Lira Crumble in 2018?

The risks of collapse for Lebanon’s national currency evaluated in 7 key points by one of Lebanon top macro economists.

What Does OPEC Think About the Future of World Oil?

  The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which is the permanent intergovernmental organization.

Why We Spend Two Hours in Traffic

“..the cost of road congestion is estimated at $2 billion/year (nearly 4% of GDP).” Twinkling.

A Little Green Owl Called Myki is Taking Online Security to the Next Level

Applications providing online security have usually been welcomed with hesitation. How secure can your sensitive.

Yalla Bus, The App Making Public Transportation Accessible in Lebanon

It’s no secret that traffic in Beirut is a nightmare. With very little access to.