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Remittances and economic growth: empirical evidence from bangladesh india and sri lankaRemittances and economic growth: empirical evidence from bangladesh india and sri lanka
The paper also discusses a number of policy issues arising from the results of the analysis in relation to remittances in association with liberalisation of financial institutions, gender issues, regulation and enforcement
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The Future Of Australian Unionism In The Global Economy IntroductionThe Future Of Australian Unionism In The Global Economy Introduction
American labor. Given the actual events that have occurred since 1955, with the drastic decline of trade union membership in industrialized countries, not too many optimistic scenarios are being posed in 1999
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International investment issues and Australia’s international investment position IntroductionInternational investment issues and Australia’s international investment position Introduction
One of the Government’s principal policy objectives is to generate and capture benefits for the Australian community through international trade and investment liberalisation
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Social Change in Australian FamiliesSocial Change in Australian Families
This chapter examines and compares the contemporary demographic, education, labour market and economic situation to the 1980s when the Child Support Scheme (css) was implemented
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National Library of AustraliaNational Library of Australia
The views presented in this paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Asia Research Centre or Murdoch University
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Actu submission to dfat study Taskforce 30 June 2004Actu submission to dfat study Taskforce 30 June 2004
The Australian Council of Trade Unions [actu] is Australia’s peak union organisation. All major unions in Australia representing almost 2 million working women and men are affiliated to the actu
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Did the Civil Rights Movement Improve Race Relations in the United States?Did the Civil Rights Movement Improve Race Relations in the United States?
D. C., and, in the studied cadence of a preacher, delivered his famous "i have a Dream" speech. For many Americans, black and white, King's speech represented the symbolic climax of the civil rights movement
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Lutheranism in America: Past, Present, and Future a panel Discussion in Celebration of the 350thLutheranism in America: Past, Present, and Future a panel Discussion in Celebration of the 350th
A panel Discussion in Celebration of the 350th Anniversary of St. Matthew Lutheran Church
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The role of telecommunications in economic developmentThe role of telecommunications in economic development
Regulation of networks may enable Governments to face the social challenges posed by current developments
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The importance of evidence for successful economic reformThe importance of evidence for successful economic reform
Evidence demonstrates to the community the costs and benefits that can be expected from policy reform. Sound evidence of the net benefits of reform is crucial in the successful implementation of any reform program
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History of the U. S. Tax SystemHistory of the U. S. Tax System
Amendment to the Constitution that granted the Congress the power to levy a tax on personal income. Other changes were more gradual, responding to changes in society, in our economy
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The power of wisconsin tourism 2015 Key Messages for Wisconsin’s Tourism Industry How did Wisconsin’s tourism economy fare in 2014?The power of wisconsin tourism 2015 Key Messages for Wisconsin’s Tourism Industry How did Wisconsin’s tourism economy fare in 2014?
Tourism activity in the state was up $1 billion, from $17. 5 billion in 2013 to $18. 5 billion in 2014 according to research conducted by Tourism Economics and Longwoods International. This 5% growth was prompted by increases in both visits and spending
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