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Population Synthesis Reference List: Pre-2009 Arentze, T., Timmermans, H. J. P., Hofman, FPopulation Synthesis Reference List: Pre-2009 Arentze, T., Timmermans, H. J. P., Hofman, F
Arentze, T., Timmermans, H. J. P., Hofman, F., 2007. Creating synthetic household populations: problems and approach. Transportation Research Record, 2014, 85-91
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Model Alignment of Anthrax Attack Simulations1Model Alignment of Anthrax Attack Simulations1
Li-Chiou Chen1, Kathleen M. Carley1, Douglas Fridsma2, Boris Kaminsky1, Alex Yahja1
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Federal Communications Commission da 12-1189Federal Communications Commission da 12-1189
By the Chief, Telecommunications Access Policy Division, Wireline Competition Bureau
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A century of australian cost-benefit analysisA century of australian cost-benefit analysis
It is almost de rigueur for North American texts on cost-benefit analysis to begin with some reference to the 1936 us flood Control Act
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The interdisciplinary turn in legal educationThe interdisciplinary turn in legal education
First is the unlikelihood that the joint-degreed persons who join the law faculty will happen to be the ones that their colleagues will end up collaborating with. Second is the even greater unlikelihood that any given discipline can communicate
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The China-U. S. Relations: Dynamic History and Complex Realities Shi YinhongThe China-U. S. Relations: Dynamic History and Complex Realities Shi Yinhong
The general orientation of the past evolution of the intercourses between these two powers with very different traditions but the similar “continental” magnitude will be surveyed, the developments in the most recent years and months
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Colin Mangham, Phd principal Population Health Promotion AssociatesColin Mangham, Phd principal Population Health Promotion Associates
The Effectiveness, Appropriateness and Fit of dare in Canadian Schools: Responding to Criticisms About the Program
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Changes in structural design in the new zealand social services sectorChanges in structural design in the new zealand social services sector
Review of the Centre by the Ministerial Advisory Group. The result has been a re-coupling of policy and operational agencies across the social services sector, with the Ministry of Social Development now the largest government department
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Research proposalResearch proposal
Qualifications in Education for tafe lecturers in Western Australia: Background, Functions and Concerns
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University of kent module Specification The title of the moduleUniversity of kent module Specification The title of the module
Modules to be withdrawn on the introduction of this proposed module and consultation with other relevant Schools and Faculties regarding the withdrawal
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Aims: To introduce students to the economic foundations for the conservation of natural and other assets
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Environmental Markets (esm 285) Bren School of Environmental Science & ManagementEnvironmental Markets (esm 285) Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
This course presents the roles of property rights and markets in addressing environmental and natural resource losses associated with the “Tragedy of the Commons.” Topics include
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A ready-Reference Guide for Illinois Businesses People with Disabilities, Employment, and the WorkplaceA ready-Reference Guide for Illinois Businesses People with Disabilities, Employment, and the Workplace
Department of Human Services, Office of Rehabilitation Services (dhs/ors) under grant wi-11029-01-60 from the U. S. Department of Labor. This publication does not necessarily represent the position or policy of dhs/ors or the U
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Q&A: Country-specific recommendations 2014 What are country-specific recommendations (csrs)?Q&A: Country-specific recommendations 2014 What are country-specific recommendations (csrs)?
They are published every spring, following months of analysis by the Commission. They focus on what can realistically be achieved in the next 12-18 months to make growth stronger, more sustainable and more inclusive
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Chapter 3 Alcohol and Other Drugs learning objectivesChapter 3 Alcohol and Other Drugs learning objectives
Describe the extent of drug use around the world, the most common drugs used worldwide, and variations in drug use among countries and over time
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