The political economy of power–sharingThe political economy of power–sharing
Key words: Power-sharing, consociational theory, post-civil-war democratisation, non-majoritarian institutions, proportional representation, risk aversion, split-the-surplus formula
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Foundations: Agency Law Introduction to law of enterprise organizationsFoundations: Agency Law Introduction to law of enterprise organizations
Agency costs (of becoming informed) is a big part of the problem, as is opportunity for opportunism  Agents can really misbehave. “moral hazard” problem (hidden actions) and “adverse selection” problem
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Guide to Personal FinancesGuide to Personal Finances
It can also mean the difference between being approved for a loan with either low or high interest rate. A high interest rate would mean that scheduled payments for the loan would be much higher than somebody making the same payments with a low
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From Intractable Conflict Through Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation: Psychological AnalysisFrom Intractable Conflict Through Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation: Psychological Analysis
Correspondence regarding this article can be directed to Daniel Bar-Tal, School of Education, Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel
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College Bound Reading List American LiteratureCollege Bound Reading List American Literature
A collection of short stories lays bare the life of a small town in the Midwest
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Complete the chartComplete the chart
Why did it exist? Was it to draw attention to an issue or because of a certain political personality? Name the issue or person
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The Formation and Role of Third Parties (Version A)The Formation and Role of Third Parties (Version A)
Although it is challenging for third parties to survive and thrive in the American political system, these parties continue to make important contributions to the political process
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Below are two sample dbq essays that demonstrate many of the attributes of strong, persuasive thesis-driven historical essays. Essay QuestionBelow are two sample dbq essays that demonstrate many of the attributes of strong, persuasive thesis-driven historical essays. Essay Question
Essay Question: “What were the causes of the farmers’ plight in the late 19th century, and how did the farmers propose to solve those problems?”
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The Election of 1912The Election of 1912
The Progressive Reform Movement had promised much, but the second decade of the 20th century asked whether the federal government could solve all the problems of an increasingly diverse society
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SteganographySteganography
Finally, we will discuss what the future holds for Steganography and just how advanced it can become
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Repblic of uganda in the supreme court of uganda at kampalaRepblic of uganda in the supreme court of uganda at kampala
Appeal from the judgment and orders of the Court of Appeal (Mukasa-Kikonyogo, dcj, Twinomujuni, and Kitumba, )jja) in Civil Appeal No. 39 of 2003 dated 18th August 200S]
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Ernst Fehr & Urs Fischbacher, \"The Nature of Human Altruism.\" in Nature. Vol. 425. October 2003. pp. 785--791Ernst Fehr & Urs Fischbacher, "The Nature of Human Altruism." in Nature. Vol. 425. October 2003. pp. 785--791
Ntion. The experiments showed that repeated interactions, reputation-formation, and strong reciprocity are powerful determinants of human behavior
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