Booz in the news 2011
|December 31, 2011
MENA Middle Class: Hopes, Fears and the Way Forward
Qatar Today – December, 2011
Booz & Company’s Partner Samer Bohsali and Senior Associate Karim Abdallah write that policymakers across the Middle East are more alert than ever before to the importance of a vibrant middle class. A thriving group of educated, hardworking people is the mainstay of economic development and political stability in any country. Their existence will be crucial during this period of the Mena Region’s demographic transition, as a large youth population grows louder in its demands for economic and political inclusion.
|December 13, 2011
Connecting Africa: The Next Ten Years of Telecommunications Growth
Executive – December 13, 2011
Booz & Company’s partner David Tusa writes that Mobile communications in Africa is one of the continent’s most powerful success stories. Telecommunications projects received over $58 billion in private investment between 2000 and 2008 and today more than 500 million people are active users of mobile technology. The industry has transformed the lives of many of Africa’s people and has made it significantly easier for investors and executives to do business across the continent.
|December 12, 2011
Links in the Chain That Create a Health Hazard
The National – December 12, 2011
The key to affordable, high-quality health care lies in the efficient, coordinated management of hospital stock supply and demand, Gabriel Chahine, Jad Bitar, and Thomas Pfeiffer write.
|December 5, 2011
Knowing the Real Cost of Accidents Can Save Lives
Gulf News –December 5, 2011
Booz & Company’s Fares Saade, Giuliano Sparacino and Ulrich Koegler write that anyone who has driven on the region’s highways knows that the Middle East has a problem with road safety. But many of the region’s governments don’t know the full socioeconomic cost of car crashes – and thus lack the tools to effectively develop responses that would save lives.
|December 1, 2011
Women Provide the Answer to Gulf’s Shortage of Labour
Financial Times –December 1, 2011
A well-educated talent pool is at hand to help cut use of expatriates, say Booz & Company’s Ramez Shehadi and Leila Hoteit.