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Topic - Ian Goldin
The rooftop pool at Nairobi's newest high-rise hotel juts out over the edge so swimmers can peer through the glass bottom eight stories down.
"Africa is the only region of the world where birth rates are above [population] replacement rates," Ian Goldin, a professor at Oxford, told the forum. "Its population is the fastest growing of all the continents, and it has the youngest labor force. Notably, inequality on the continent is going down, even as it rises in the rest of the world."