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Campus - Administration - 11.04.2023

Campus - Administration - 23.03.2023

Politics - Administration - 20.03.2023
3 Questions: The Iraq invasion, 20 years later
MIT scholars discuss the history behind the war, lessons learned on state-building, and Iraq's current political outlook.

Innovation - Administration - 09.03.2023

Administration - History / Archeology - 12.01.2023

Administration - Social Sciences - 22.12.2022

Politics - Administration - 21.11.2022
Machinery of the state
Associate Professor Mai Hassan documents bureaucratic systems in Eastern Africa set up for coercion, as well as roadblocks to democratic government.

Politics - Administration - 09.11.2022

Environment - Administration - 01.09.2022
Will Paris Succeed? Research Assesses if Governments Will Make Pledges a Reality
UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy finds that American credibility on climate change is lagging behind other regions, especially Europe Much of the world's efforts to mitigate the effects of climate change hinge on the success of the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement. A new Nature Climate Change study is the first to provide scientific evidence assessing how effective governments will be at implementing their commitments to the agreement that will reduce CO2 emissions causing climate change.

Research Management - Administration - 07.07.2022

Environment - Administration - 30.06.2022
Supreme Court limits EPA’s ability to regulate carbon emissions: U-M experts available
EXPERTS ADVISORY The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday limited the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to regulate carbon emissions from power plants, dealing a blow to the Biden administration's efforts to address climate change.

Law - Administration - 13.06.2022
What are ’ghost guns’ and why are they risky?
Untraceable by design, the DIY guns are just as lethal as a traditional firearm and often made of the same materials.

Politics - Administration - 27.05.2022
The barriers women face to enter politics in India
The barriers women face to enter politics in India
Some barriers to women running for office, such as forms of illiteracy, work burdens within the household and discriminatory attitudes towards women are well known, but new research from the Centre fo

Career - Administration - 23.05.2022

Administration - Economics - 18.05.2022
Weekly markets in Catalonia are a space for creativity and diversity
Research shows that weekly markets in Catalonia are a space for creativity and diversity Maria Lindmäe, a postdoctoral researcher with the CaSEs Research Group at UPF, is the author of a scientific article that analyses the soundscape of the markets of Vic and Trinitat Vella.

Environment - Administration - 12.05.2022
Abortion, climate, guns and religion: Supreme Court poised for a sharp right turn
With a supermajority on the U.S. Supreme Court, conservative justices are expected to push the nation to a hard right turn in the weeks ahead on such divisive issues as abortion, climate change, gun rights and the separation of church and state.

Administration - Health - 03.05.2022
Which municipal bond issuers have the speediest audit times?
Which municipal bond issuers have the speediest audit times?
Compared with corporate bond issuers, municipal bond issuers typically take two to three times longer - 140 to 160 days - to complete their audits between fiscal year-end and the date of the Independent Auditor's Report signature, according to data research from Merritt Research Services.

Administration - 19.04.2022
New report shows flat income taxes can also redistribute tax burden
A new analysis found that achieving a -fair- state income tax system is more complicated than the debate between a flat tax rate and a graduated rate would suggest. The Policy Spotlight, titled The Earth isn-t Flat, and Neither is Illinois- or any other state-s- Income Tax , discusses the many factors that determine state personal income tax liabilities and demonstrates that graduated tax rates are not the only way to achieve a progressive tax system.

Administration - Politics - 17.02.2022
Even in liberal California, support for top Democrats declines, polls find
President Joe Biden and other top Democrats may be hurt by voters' perception that they have failed to control the pandemic, inflation and other problems, said Eric Schickler, co-director of the UC Berkeley IGS Poll.

Campus - Administration - 31.01.2022

Administration - Health - 28.01.2022
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