How to build economic resilience (part 1)

Lim Chee Han

Ecological damage done in the name of economic development today will have a huge impact in terms of climate change and natural disasters. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 11, 2022.

CONTEMPORARY politics has a tendency to be short-termist and populist, often aimed at gaining power in the next general election.

However, many fundamental policy concerns cannot have a quick fix without understanding the complexity of the issues. Patchwork, disjointed and inconsistent policies could have unintended consequences and create new issues.

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