We are thrilled to make our latest issue available online! In our ‘Beyond the Storm’ issue, six writers discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic beyond the health implications.
In the last piece for this time in our collaboration with Enlight, analyst Hakob Hakobyan analyzes two classical economical schools of thought – Adam Smith’s and David Ricardo’s.
With e-commerce becoming inseparable from the global economy, Enlight analyst Narine Petrosyan gives us insight in the dynamics and processes of this common phenomenon.
Enlight writer Hermine Fanyan aims to find out whether the traditional banking system has the strength to compete with the new neo-banks.
In this thought provoking piece, Enlight analyst Marine Khachatryan discusses how the pandemic could change how we analyze the motives behind consumerism.
Research and development are integral parts of innovation, but poses economical challenges with the staggered and long term output. In his analysis, Enlight writer Hayk Khalantaryan untangles these challenges and proposes tax solutions.
Education was one of the many challenges during the pandemic. But why did it pose so many difficulties? And were there silver linings? In this article, Enlight writer Anahit Hovakimyan highlights the ins- and outs of general education.
What is propaganda and how can it be understood? In this longer read, Enlight analyst Heghine Aleksanyan disseminates the term and the literature about it.
In this piece, Enlight writer Gevorg Gasparian analyzes how technical solutions for e-government was used during the pandemic, both as a tool for minimizing contact and as vessel for communication.