Learning Sustainable Development: Chimeneas De La Esperanza, 2010 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Learning Sustainable Development: Chimeneas De La Esperanza, Miriam V. Mollan Gundersen
Social inequality and environmental degradation are motivating informed young people into action and connecting impoverished regions of the world with students in more developed nations. This Social Sciences senior project is to analyze an alternative development model designed by a group of Californian university students. The project, named Chimeneas de la Esperanza, is designed to help impoverished Nicaraguan women start a ceramics business. The major hurdle of this mission is to establish a market for the ceramics product. Energy efficient ceramic stoves and smoke ventilating chimneys would benefit the community and avoid an impacted crafts market. The project encompasses ideas ...
Microcredit For Poverty Alleviation And Fostering Environmentally Sustainable Development: A Review Of African Case Studies, 2010 School of Business and Leadership, Dominican University of California
Microcredit For Poverty Alleviation And Fostering Environmentally Sustainable Development: A Review Of African Case Studies, Asayehgn Desta
Aglomeración, Desarrollo E Integración Regional, 2010 Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Aglomeración, Desarrollo E Integración Regional, Alfredo Bateman
Con este primer cuaderno de desarrollo económico la Dirección de Estudios Socio Económicos, empieza un serie de publicaciones en los temas relevantes para el campo de acción de la Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico. Este cuaderno, busca analizar el tema de la integración regional desde una perspectiva económica a partir de determinantes de localización de la población y de la actividad económica.
Human Rights Violations, Missing Justice, Civil Conflicts And Darfur Political Future, 2010 Department of Economics. Al Neelain University, Khartoum, Sudan
Human Rights Violations, Missing Justice, Civil Conflicts And Darfur Political Future, Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed
Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed
This paper reset some facts about Darfur civil conflict. It is brief statement of facts integrated with what I describe here as the missing justice. Violations of human rights are undeniable, but channels of achieving justice are absent. It is my conclusion here that the escalation of civil conflicts in Darfur from armed gangs to rebel groups and then to open civil wars were instigated by concrete evidence of human rights violations, atrocities and genocides and most of all by the inability of the concerned authorities to carry out justice which was lost in the maze of deception, lies, ignorance ...
Politics, Hegemony And Survival In Sudan, 2010 Department of Economics. Al Neelain University, Khartoum, Sudan
Politics, Hegemony And Survival In Sudan, Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed
Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed
Since the beginning of the year 2010, the political crisis of Sudan expands everyday. The inevitable secession of Southern Sudan amplifies with the chronic crisis of Abyei pocket between the north and the south. However, most analysts vocalize their astonishment at irrational official behavior as the de facto state of war that currently prevails in the country and call it pure stupidity. In this paper we analyze what is behind the regime structure and the conception of the Hakimya that makes their regime fortified from accepting rationality, resilience and sense of truth to respond for solutions and help of the ...
The Use Of Joint Ventures To Accomplish Aboriginal Economic Development: Two Examples From British Columbia, Jeremy Boyd, Ronald Trosper
Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)
“Aboriginal economic development” differs from other forms of development by emphasizing aboriginal values and community involvement. Joint ventures, while providing business advantages, may not be able to contribute to aboriginal economic development. This paper examines two joint ventures in the interior of British Columbia to examine their ability or inability to contribute the extra dimensions of development desired by aboriginal communities. The AED framework examines business structure; profitability; employment; aboriginal capacity in education, experience, and finance; preservation of traditional values, culture and language; control of forest management over traditional territory; and community support. Established in the context of unresolved land ...
“新新贸易理论”的思想脉络及其发展, 2010 School of Economics, Sichuan University
“新新贸易理论”的思想脉络及其发展, 邓翔, 路征
Zheng Lu (Chinese: 路征)
新新贸易理论将企业异质性成功的引入到国际贸易模型中 , 从微观层面解释了贸易的发生及影响 , 从而开拓了国际贸易研究的新领域。新新贸易理论解释了为什么好的企业做国际贸易 , 而较次的企业做国内贸易这一现象 , 该理论认为 , 自由贸易可以提高产业生产率水平和社会福利 , 所以在政策上应该促进自由贸易而不是贸易 保护。
Innovation And Patentability Requirement In A Globalized World, 2010 Singapore Management University
Innovation And Patentability Requirement In A Globalized World, Davin Chor, Edwin L. C. Lai
Research Collection School Of Economics
One important element of a patent regime is the non-obviousness requirement, which captures the minimum improvement to the best patented technology a new invention is required to make in order for it to be patentable. We call it the required inventive step. We explore the implications of a patenting regime based on required inventive step, by incorporating such intellectual property protection considerations in the quality-improvement model of technology, trade and growth developed by Eaton and Kortum (European Economic Review 2001). In considering whether to increase the inventive step, policy-makers trade off the benefits of a higher rate of innovation against ...
The Ohio Bioscience Industry, 2010 Cleveland State University
The Ohio Bioscience Industry, Ziona Austrian, Candice Clouse
No abstract provided.
Re-Theorizing The Informal Economy In Western Nations: Some Lessons From Rural England, 2010 University of Sheffield
Re-Theorizing The Informal Economy In Western Nations: Some Lessons From Rural England, Colin C. Williams
Colin C Williams
No abstract provided.
The Next Las Vegas Boom, 2010 Brookings Mountain West
The Next Las Vegas Boom, Robert E. Lang
The Great Recession—Where are We Now?
- U.S. Employment
- U.S. GDP by Type
- U.S. Household Net Worth
- U.S Retail Sales
Tyranny And Economic Greed: The Disintegration Of The Sudanese Nation, 2010 Department of Economics. Al Neelain University, Khartoum, Sudan
Tyranny And Economic Greed: The Disintegration Of The Sudanese Nation, Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed
Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed
The present paper is part of unpublished book divided into three interrelated manuscripts that analyze the collapse of the Sudan. The current paper conclude that the decision of the International Criminal Court to arrest President Bashir triggered a process for the disintegration of an unprecedented tyrannical regime that embezzled the Sudanese nation under the pretext of imposing Islamic Sharia Laws. However, there is a pronounced prominent conflict manifested here which is the question whether it was a real Islamic laws, or was it only a powerful tool to control the country. The dogma imposed hegemonic regime that extracted all economic ...
The Effects Of Labour Market Performance On Financial System Stability, 2010 University of Warsaw
The Effects Of Labour Market Performance On Financial System Stability, Tomasz Daras, Joanna Tyrowicz
Crisis may spread through economy via the propagating mechanisms of the labour market - households becoming delinquent due to initial unemployment shock may be unable to continue servicing obligations versus the financial system. With large volume debts - e.g. mortgages - such defaults pose a threat to financial system stability. In this paper we use the Polish household budgets survey to simulate the impact of changes in the labour market status of household members on the ability of the household to service its mortgage payments. The simulation results are subsequently aggregated to facilitate macro-level interpretation of the findings. We simulate various scenarios ...
Shadow Employment In Post-Transition - A Matter Of Choice Or No Choice?, 2010 University of Warsaw
Shadow Employment In Post-Transition - A Matter Of Choice Or No Choice?, Stanislaw Cichocki, Joanna Tyrowicz
According to a dualistic view, shadow employment may follow from two main labour market failures: (i) official market labour taxation distortions make it ineffective for some agents to engage in registered employment due to a tax wedge; or (ii) for some workers regular employment may be unattainable do to some high access costs or demand constraints, which results in seeking earning opportunities beyond the boundaries of the official labour market. Whereas in the first case revenues from unofficial employment should be higher than the corresponding official ones (tax evasion hypothesis), in the alternative explanation labour market tightness seems to be ...
Do We Really Need To Start From Scratch?, 2010 National Bank of Poland
Do We Really Need To Start From Scratch?, Michal Gradzewicz, Krzysztof Makarski, Joanna Tyrowicz
This paper presents views and believes of the authors on the relevance of the current economic theory for the understanding of the complex world we live in. Has the crisis indeed demonstrated that as profession we are misled by the beauty of the mathematical models and the only useful, workable solutions at hand were provided in early 1930s? The purpose of this paper is to provide a review of the current state-of-the-art literature from the perspective of its usefulness in the context of economic crises. We argue that although we might be unable to answer many questions or to “predict ...
Intra-Provincial Inequalities And Economic Growth In China, 2010 University of Warsaw
Intra-Provincial Inequalities And Economic Growth In China, Joanna Gravier-Rymaszewska, Joanna Tyrowicz, Jacek Kochanowicz
This paper approaches the problem of inequalities in China. It is specifically focused on analyzing the effects of intra-provincial disparities on the development of the 28 mainland provinces in China. Intra-provincial inequalities, as measured by Theil index, seem positively related to growth, albeit the results are only convincing for the coastal provinces. A case by case analysis, however, suggests highly diversified patterns, including linear or an inverted u-shape for fastest growing coastal provinces and virtually no relationship for the majority of regions. The results corroborate some earlier raised questions about actual policy-making standards in China.
What Happened To The Middle Class In The New Market Economies? The Case Of Croatia And Poland, 2010 University of Warsaw
What Happened To The Middle Class In The New Market Economies? The Case Of Croatia And Poland, Joanna Tyrowicz, Iva Tomić
Transition countries are believed to have undergone signifi cant social and economic structural changes. Indeed, the early transition resulted in the modifi cation of ownership structure and recognized processes of labor reallocation as well as in rapid educational booms in many Central and Eastern European countries. In this paper we shed some light on the changes regarding the size and composition of the middle class in two transition countries, Croatia and Poland, in the period 1995-2008. In general, the size of the middle class – as defi ned by individuals with wages around the median – decreased in Poland roughly between 2000 ...
Saving Less When There Is More? Foreign Debt And Domestic Savings In Developing Countries, 2010 University of Warsaw
Saving Less When There Is More? Foreign Debt And Domestic Savings In Developing Countries, Joanna Tyrowicz, Luke Okafor Emeka
Although literature has given considerable attention to the effects of foreign debt on the growth, we still know little about its effects on the internal potential for capital formation. Literature suggests a number of channels through which availability of foreign financing could affect domestic savings. We test empirically this relationship using data for Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean over 1975-2004. Controlling for endogeneity, we find that foreign debt adversely influences domestic savings especially in the long run. The results are not susceptible to the choice of countries, although few outliers should be noted.
Riding On The Wave? Middle Class In Transition, 2010 University of Warsaw
Riding On The Wave? Middle Class In Transition, Joanna Tyrowicz, Joanna Nestorowicz
In this paper we inquire into how structural social changes associated with economic transition affected the relative position of the so called ‘traditional’ and ‘new’ middle classes. We use Polish quarterly labor force surveys over the period 1995-2007 and analyze the distribution of self-reported wages and educational attainment across social groups. In the analysis we account for differences observed in the metropolies (usually benefiting immensely from the economic changes) and non-metropolitan areas (where most of the negative consequences are felt).
We find that although transition has contributed to greater inequalities both in terms of earned income and education, traditional middle ...
Responding To Foreclosures In Cuyahoga County, Interim Evaluation Report January 1, 2009 Through December 31, 2009, 2010 Cleveland State University
Responding To Foreclosures In Cuyahoga County, Interim Evaluation Report January 1, 2009 Through December 31, 2009, Kathryn W. Hexter, Molly Schnoke
No abstract provided.