As developing countries reach higher levels of economic development, private lenders take on a more participative role in the mortgage-backed securities market, helping the state to achieve its goals in housing finance.
The Huffington Post, July 2017
At a time of great precarity, the world’s youth could be a major agent for change.
BikeVibe London, March 2017
London cycling has become an incredibly politicised topic. In this essay, Sai Villafuerte examines the city’s cycling culture.
Purveyr (Issue 3), April 2017
As the middle-class expands, the demand for better design becomes increasingly apparent. This essay uses the Philippines as a case in point.
‘Rodrigo Duterte: The Double-Edged Sword’
The Huffington Post, August 2016
The Philippine president’s unconventional approach to politics has split the country into two. This fine line can either make or break the country.
‘For a less divided art world’
Medium, January 2018
Art has a bad reputation. They say you have to ‘get’ art to be a part of it and those who don’t ‘get’ it are not a part of it. This is problematic because once this understanding penetrates at the cerebral level, it becomes a social issue.