institutional foundations

Representation of the lausanne refugees in greek and turkish historiographiesRepresentation of the lausanne refugees in greek and turkish historiographies
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Poli 348 cupp lab: Buenos aires Spring 2014Poli 348 cupp lab: Buenos aires Spring 2014
Cities around the world are striving to be ‘global.’ Buenos Aires is one of the largest cities in Latin America and dominates Argentina’s economic, political, social and cultural processes
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Initiatives, Approaches and ConsequencesInitiatives, Approaches and Consequences
Is There an Economic Orthodoxy for Developing Nations?,” organized by National Chengchi University (Taiwan) in conjunction with the South African Institute of International Affairs (Johannesburg) and the Pent Foundation
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Curriculum Vitae David a siegel July 11, 2013 General InformationCurriculum Vitae David a siegel July 11, 2013 General Information
Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, Stanford ca. Major: Business Administration. Political Economics
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Economic development, inequality, war, and state violenceEconomic development, inequality, war, and state violence
Economic regress and political decay bring about relative deprivation or perception by influential social groups of injustice arising from a growing discrepancy between what they expect and get
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The differences between biotic and mineral resources and their implications for the conservation-climate debate Rolf Steppacher and Pascal van Griethuysen SummaryThe differences between biotic and mineral resources and their implications for the conservation-climate debate Rolf Steppacher and Pascal van Griethuysen Summary
C resources have the potential for sustainable use but can not fuel a process of exponential economic growth. Mineral resources
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General InformationGeneral Information
There are also writing and reading labs, available upon appointment, to aid students in preparing assignments. These and other support services will be discussed in more detail at the orientation session
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The Three Worlds of Multilevel Democracy Local Linkages, Civil Society and the Development of the Modern StateThe Three Worlds of Multilevel Democracy Local Linkages, Civil Society and the Development of the Modern State
In the nation-states of the developed as well as the developing world, a better understanding of these infrastructures and how they operate is critical to realizing the possibilities of democratic governance
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Immigrant MetropolisImmigrant Metropolis
Wollenberg, Charles. Golden Gate Metropolis: Perspectives on Bay Area History. Berkeley: Institute of Governmental Studies, 1985
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Savings banks and savings behaviour in 19th century EnglandSavings banks and savings behaviour in 19th century England
Much of the neglect of savings banks in terms of financial and economic history, as opposed to the history of social welfare, is a function of the ‘savings only’ model used in England and Wales
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Review of National Competition Policy ArrangementsReview of National Competition Policy Arrangements
Submission to the Productivity Commission Review of National Competition Policy Arrangements
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Civilising Markets: Traditions of Consumer Politics in Twentieth-Century Britain, Japan, and the United StatesCivilising Markets: Traditions of Consumer Politics in Twentieth-Century Britain, Japan, and the United States
In Markets in Historical Contexts, eds Mark Bevir and Frank Trentmann
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Chapter 3 — property, geography, and british columbia’s courtsChapter 3 — property, geography, and british columbia’s courts
Citation: Tina Loo, Making Law, Order and Authority in British Columbia 1821-1871 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994), pp. 54-72
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