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Global economics situation

Our Business is not to Graduate MSc and PhD Students in Socioeconomic Studies only, but rather bring Graduates that Eliminate Poverty and its Spillovers Globally.

MSC in RE and Analysis of the global economic situation

As the world is going through a devastating pandemic that influenced both life and livelihood, more spillovers are expected in every sector, industry and discipline. The COVID-19 and the lockdowns for more than 12 months brought challenges, but also opportunities. However, unfortunately, most of the opportunities gone towards technology relation solutions rather than human-related solutions. The international emergency situation, the Trumpism, the nationalism movement, the stretch between the leftist and rightist movements have created a shakeup for what we used to know before the outbreak of the virus. Now, globalisation is reviewed and a transformation of new economic powers in many communities, including their socio-economic situations; are all going through periods of instability and deterioration of quality of life; despite the availability of many resources and sources for development.

Observing, absorbing, and then realising the new global reality, in both the developed and under-developed countries bring new perspectives to any new initiative, especially if this initiative comes to create a realised socio-economic differentiation to the communities throughout the world. The increase of the gap between the poor and the rich, and the failure to achieve the top Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as the elimination of poverty in 2025, means the world needs a new mindset and new approaches to the dominating capital-based economy. Therefore, the MRE programs focus on the type of formulas used to deal with today’s and future problem.

Issues as non-communicable diseases, migration, the gap between the poor and the rich, middle-class rigidity, unemployment, family instability, scarce jobs opportunities, vulnerable people's needs, growing population, etc., are increasing especially with repeated world crisis that is both man-made and natural. Unless, such problems are solved, we will have mental health problems, more communities’ frictions, more displacement and most of all, the more scarce-driven mindset that creates more conflicts and bring in more complicated solutions. Therefore, and based on the intention of preserving or enhancing the capacity of the IIEP projects through structured approaches, the MRE programs, be it PhD, or MSc have been released starting in 2021, where we started looking and being open to partnerships from all over the world with a focus on higher education institutions. The visualisation is that partnering universities would start creating a new type of impact that the world needs most today. The MRE program promises to bring inspiration economy experts and to ignite positive change that overcomes of world conflicts, disasters and crisis towards more inspiring experiences, models and stories.

The world is changing, and one of the main changes is relevant to the disturbance of the socioeconomic development efforts that were built in the last century. This instability became very clear as we entered a new era called the new normal with the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this time of great transition, we believe we have a role in speeding up economic concepts that are focused on socioeconomic development regardless of the world condition.

This brought the necessity of a postgraduate programme that advocates raising the capacity of the coming generations in relevance to socioeconomic development. The programme shall target to leverage and facilitate graduates to spread the approaches for the new economies that create more flourishing communities and organisations that see alternatives to the capital economy.