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Jickling contends that share prices for large banks, small
banks, and investment banks have all significantly underperformed the
market as a whole. Nanto et al. note that what began as a bursting of the
U.S. housing market bubble and a rise in foreclosures has ballooned into
a global financial...
Burja and Burja analyze how Romanian rural economy adjusts
to the European agriculture policy from the perspective of sustainable
development. Ciumasu et al. state that the success of the transition
to sustainable development is conditioned by a switch of the bulk of
economic investments from...
Burja and Burja present an experiment carried out in the
Târnave Vineyard in Romania in order to highlight the economic efficiency
of an ecological technology as compared to a conventional winegrowing
technology. Cabo et al. argue that in a world of rapid and cheap
communication, where countries...
Holzner contends that most cities are influenced by those
cultures which they serve and represent. Rice and Pooler observe that
the complexity of the modern firm is one of the defining features of the
global economy. Zheng et al. remark that since 1978, China has experienced
Mikes remarks that enterprise risk management (ERM) has
recently emerged as a widespread practice in financial institutions. Mikes
explores the forms and uses of ERM and the roles that risk managers
have come to play in actual organizational settings. Poletti Hughes analyses
Addressing touchstone cases of the U.S. Supreme Court on
substantive criminal law, Wattad proposes that the Court has consistently
failed to provide a theory of substantive criminal law. Stein and Bierschbach
challenge the conventional divide between substantive criminal law
theory, on the one...
Barrozo claims that one of the effects of the focus on deviation
is the overlegitimation of the norm, of the mainstream of our
punitive practices. On Dyzenhaus’s reading, legality makes government
under the rule of law something worth having. Raz writes that the claims
that law makes for itself...
Winiecki looks at the issue of the relative weights of the
privatized sector and the generic private sector (of de novo private firms)
in the emerging private sector of post-communist economies in transition.
Kolodko notes that the fundamental economic argument in favor of
On Pei’s reading, the strength or weakness of the microfoundations
of state-socialist systems provides an important explanation
for the divergent patterns of economic transformation in the former socialist
countries in the last decade. Janos takes advantage of historical
hindsight in bringing...
Manovich holds that new media objects assure users that
their choices are unique, rather than preprogrammed and shared with
others. Thoman and Jolls observe that to be a functioning adult in a
mediated society, one needs to be able to distinguish between different
media forms and know how to ask...
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