Kuwait competitiveness reportKuwait competitiveness report
In this section we propose a number of urgent actions that need to be undertaken immediately to deal with the severe economic phenomena that the economy is suffering from. These actions need to be implemented within the next twelve months and not to
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A note on the Japanese Trade Policy and Economic Development Secrets behind an Economic MiracleA note on the Japanese Trade Policy and Economic Development Secrets behind an Economic Miracle
Japan achieved a miraculous economic development to become one of the richest countries in the world, although the World War II almost killed the Japanese economy
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St Thomas More CollegeSt Thomas More College
Opening Professor Krishna Sen, Dean, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, uwa
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Game Theory and International Climate Change NegotiationsGame Theory and International Climate Change Negotiations
Clean Development Mechanism (cdm) in the Kyoto Protocol. Finally, we apply game theory again to understand why the Kyoto Protocol broke down
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Political Positioning for the Negotiations on a New Global Climate Agreement The Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction (gndr) Latin America and the Caribbean RegionPolitical Positioning for the Negotiations on a New Global Climate Agreement The Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction (gndr) Latin America and the Caribbean Region
Ghg emissions in 1990, something that in practice has not been achieved. Quite to the contrary, these emissions have risen since 1990 because efforts made by countries to modify their energy matrices and excessive consumption patterns have not matched commitments
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The Visual Politics Of The Human: Images In Humanitarian And Human Rights CommunicationThe Visual Politics Of The Human: Images In Humanitarian And Human Rights Communication
Symposium organised by Lilie Chouliaraki and Kate Nash, with the help of the Department of Media and Communications, lse, and the Centre for the Study of Global Media and Democracy, Goldsmiths
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Economic Policy 0Learning ObjectivesEconomic Policy 0Learning Objectives
Compare and contrast the laissez-faire, Keynesian, monetarist, and supply-side economic theories and their positions on the role of government in the economy
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