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Joyeeta Gupta

Joyeeta Gupta

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Joyeeta Gupta is Professor of Environment and Development in the Global South at the University of Amsterdam and Professor of Law and Policy in Water Resources and Environment at the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education.

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  1. informal construction Simon Maina/AFP via Getty Images

    The Future of Informality

    Informal workers comprise about 60% of the global labor force – and a much larger share in emerging and developing economies. Many of them have made essential contributions during the pandemic, but that is no guarantee of improved rights, benefits, and working conditions once the crisis is over.

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    Long Live the Imperial Presidency?

    Eric Posner

    Over time, the office of the US presidency has grown only more powerful, despite perennial hand-wringing by commentators and the party that is out of power. Though there are a number of possible explanations for this trend, the most straightforward is that it is what the public wants.

    offers a historical explanation for why the US executive branch continues to amass ever more power.
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