Published by the Third World Network, this fortnightly magazine reports on economic and development issues that are of special interest to the Third World. Edited by an experienced team of Third World journalists and researchers, the magazine reflects viewpoints representing the interests of the people in the South. Drawing on UN, official as well as non-governmental organization resources, Third World Economics provides fresh alternative analysis of current events and long-term trends. Filling in a void long felt by officials and NGOs alike in the Third World.

Issue No. 635 (16-28 Feb 2017)

Automation raises fears of disruption and discontent


Issue No. 634 (1-15 Feb 2017)
US flags aggressive trade policy stance

Issue No. 633 (16-31 Jan 2017)
Austerity-related labour reforms harm human rights - UN expert

Issue No. 632 (1-15 Jan 2017)
WTO DG's non-response to Trump threat raises concern

Issue No. 631 (16-31 Dec 2016)
UN reports point to slow growth, rising unemployment

Issue No. 630 (1-15 Dec 2016)
Real wages see drop in growth - ILO

Issue No. 629 (16-30 Nov 2016)
Trump presidency casts effect on trade and finance

Issue No. 628 (1-15 Nov 2016)
E-commerce gets push at WTO, development issues sidelined

Issue No. 627 (16-31 Oct 2016)
Member states differ over WTO agenda

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