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LebanonPublic PolicyYouth

Economics of Civil Marriage

A study in 2013 on the potential costs and benefits to the Lebanese state if civil marriage was legalized. The results show that if civil marriage becomes a reality, the vast majority of citizens will be better off – not just socially, but also financially. Detailed results published here. Media coverage on the estimates available here.

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HealthPublic PolicyYouth

Economics of Physical Inactivity

Research shows that physical inactivity has become a major global concern, with significant economic costs. Here are some facts: The top 10 killers in the 50 highest-income countries are all connected to a lack of physical inactivity. More deaths are now attributed to physical inactivity than smoking (5.3 million vs. 5 million respectively). The global

LebanonPublic PolicySocial Justice

Public planning in Lebanon

“Why Can’t Lebanon Plan its Cities?” is a short documentary produced by the Lebanese Economic Association in 2013, focusing on problems of urban planning and public space in Lebanese cities, specifically Beirut.