Family Farming is the predominant form of agriculture. It represents the main source of income in rural areas and produces majority of agricultural pr...Read more
Energy & Enviroment
Human capital is the biggest asset of each and every think tank. In securing reliable and high-quality researchers, think tanks compete with much more powerful competitors—i.e., governments, state agencies, private companies, banks, and consulting companies. The region’s think tanks, therefore, have to devise special motivation strategies to retain existing staff, and attract new talented individuals to opt for this career. Despite being present in public life, think tanks constitute a small part of civil society and are often not the first choice for fresh graduates who are interested in embarking on research/policy careers.