Skills for the 21st Century: Implications for EducationSkills for the 21st Century: Implications for Education
Although we can hardly claim it is driving demographic changes, in combination demographic changes and ict developments have much stronger effects than either would have alone
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Frontiers of law in chinaFrontiers of law in china
Towards a Human Dignity Based Approach to Food Security: Lessons from China and India
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Controlling Political Corruption: Conceptual and Practical IssuesControlling Political Corruption: Conceptual and Practical Issues
Finally, I offer a few thoughts on how corruption might be controlled and the role of social trust in anti-corruption strategies
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Econ 1120 – intro macro – Fall-2013 –November 7, 2013 prelim #2 (Regular) print your name: Your C. U. NetID: your c. U. Student number: Check your ta’s nameEcon 1120 – intro macro – Fall-2013 –November 7, 2013 prelim #2 (Regular) print your name: Your C. U. NetID: your c. U. Student number: Check your ta’s name
Print your name: Your C. U. NetID
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The Economics of Canadian Health Care Spring 2008The Economics of Canadian Health Care Spring 2008
The course grade will be based on three assignments, a mid-term test, a 5000 word essay, and a 2 hour comprehensive final examination
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The Way Forward for the ‘Early Years’The Way Forward for the ‘Early Years’
President of ucc, Dr. Michael Murphy; the former Vice President of ucc, Professor Aine Hyland; the Dean of Social Sciences, Professor Fred Powell; and Professor David Cox, Head of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
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Migration and the innovation agendaMigration and the innovation agenda
The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research or the Australian Government
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What are the appropriate objectives of welfare policy in the modern economy and stateWhat are the appropriate objectives of welfare policy in the modern economy and state
I believe it is important to go far beyond this interpretation to find the fundamental notions that have moulded “welfare” provision into its present shape and form. The first question one can ask is what is really meant by welfare
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Teachers Supply and Demand in the PhilippinesTeachers Supply and Demand in the Philippines
Shortage of teachers trained in mathematics and science, particularly in physics and chemistry
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University of the West of EnglandUniversity of the West of England
This process cannot be captured by an lm curve, derived from a fixed money supply
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Fast Fashion, Sustainability, and the Ethical Appeal of Luxury BrandsFast Fashion, Sustainability, and the Ethical Appeal of Luxury Brands
This article addresses the inherent dissonance among fast fashion consumers, who often share a concern for environmental issues even as they indulge in consumer patterns antithetical to ecological best practices
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Supplemental Unit Demand, Supply, and Adjustments to Dynamic ChangeSupplemental Unit Demand, Supply, and Adjustments to Dynamic Change
Note: The authors recommend that this feature be read along with Part I, Elements 6, 7, and 11 of Common Sense Economics
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