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Private Sector Involvement and International Financial Crises: An Analytical Perspective
Author: tot167

Michael Chui, Prasanna Gai, Franklin Allen, "Private Sector Involvement and International Financial Crises: An Analytical Perspective"
Oxford University Press | 2005 | ISBN: 0199267758 | 222 pages | PDF | 1 MB
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Development Cooperation Policy in Forestry from an Analytical Perspective [Repost]
Author: ChrisRedfield

Peter Aurenhammer - Development Cooperation Policy in Forestry from an Analytical Perspective
Published: 2012-08-16 | ISBN: 9400749562, 940079486X | PDF | 324 pages | 4.79 MB
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Development Cooperation Policy in Forestry from an Analytical Perspective (World Forests)
Author: avava

Peter Aurenhammer, "Development Cooperation Policy in Forestry from an Analytical Perspective (World Forests)"
ISBN: 9400749562 | 2012 | PDF | 344 pages | 4.8 MB
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Climate Change Adaptation and Forest Dependent Communities: An Analytical Perspective of Different Agro-Climatic Regions
Author: thingska

Climate Change Adaptation and Forest Dependent Communities: An Analytical Perspective of Different Agro-Climatic Regions of West Bengal, India by Jyotish Prakash Basu
English | 2017 | ISBN: 3319523244, 9783319523248 | 85 Pages | PDF | 1.82 MB
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CMOS Voltage References: An Analytical and Practical Perspective (repost)
Author: fdts

CMOS Voltage References: An Analytical and Practical Perspective
by Chi-Wah Kok
English | 2013 | ISBN: 1118275683 | 300 pages | PDF | 5.37 MB
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CMOS Voltage References: An Analytical and Practical Perspective
Author: avava

Chi-Wah Kok, "CMOS Voltage References: An Analytical and Practical Perspective"
ISBN: 1118275683 | 2013 | PDF | 300 pages | 5.4 MB
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Discourse Analytic Perspectives on STEM Education: Exploring Interaction and Learning in the Multilingual Classroom
Author: nebulae

Juliet Langman and Holly Hansen-Thomas, "Discourse Analytic Perspectives on STEM Education: Exploring Interaction and Learning in the Multilingual Classroom"
English | ISBN: 3319551159 | 2017 | 215 pages | PDF | 3 MB
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Luis Medina, "A Unified Theory of Collective Action and Social Change (Analytical Perspectives on Politics)"
Author: darkwolverine

A Unified Theory of Collective Action and Social Change (Analytical Perspectives on Politics)
Publisher: University of Michigan Press | 2007 | ISBN: 0472069950 | Pages: 304 | PDF | 2.45 MB

The notion that groups form and act in ways that respond to objective, external costs and benefits has long been the key to accounting for social change processes driven by collective action. Yet this same notion seems to fall apart when we try to explain how collectivities emerge out of the choices of individuals. This book overcomes that dilemma by offering an analysis of collective action that, while rooted in individual decision making, also brings out the way in which objective costs and benefits can impede or foster social coordination. The resulting approach enables us to address the causes and consequences of collective action with the help of the tools of modern economic theory. To illustrate this, the book applies the tools it develops to the study of specific collective action problems such as clientelism, focusing on its connections with economic development and political redistribution; and wage bargaining, showing its economic determinants and its relevance for the political economy of the welfare state. Details
Time in Practice: Analytical Perspectives on the Times of Our Lives
Author: interes

Time in Practice: Analytical Perspectives on the Times of Our Lives by Mary Lynne Ellis
English | 2008 | ISBN: 1855755610 | 212 pages | PDF | 1 MB
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A Unified Theory of Collective Action and Social Change (Analytical Perspectives on Politics) [Repost]
Author: AlenMiler

A Unified Theory of Collective Action and Social Change (Analytical Perspectives on Politics) by Luis Medina
University of Michigan Press | May 31, 2007 | English | ISBN: 0472069950 | 304 pages | PDF | 2 MB

The notion that groups form and act in ways that respond to objective, external costs and benefits has long been the key to accounting for social change processes driven by collective action. Yet this same notion seems to fall apart when we try to explain how collectivities emerge out of the choices of individuals. Details
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