Gender and education in the uk gender trends in educationGender and education in the uk gender trends in education
Second World War, gender has shown the most dramatic shift. Specifically, in England and Wales, the closure of the gender gap up to age sixteen and changing patterns of achievement in post-compulsory education and training stands as a testimony to
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Reducing the business costs of regulation*1Reducing the business costs of regulation*1
A couple of weeks ago it was reported in the press that an international survey of businessmen had apparently detected considerably more disquiet about the impact of government regulation on their businesses than about the impact of a war
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The Role of Universities in the Economic Development of Atlantic Canada: a focus on Immigration
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Joe Maguire Standard & PoorJoe Maguire Standard & Poor
Would the U. S. economy be better off with a narrower income gap? And, if an unequal distribution of income hinders growth, which solutions could do more harm than good, and which could make the economic pie bigger for all?
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Stalling not sprintingStalling not sprinting
It is clear that our national innovation system has been pivotal in delivering economic success in the past, but today it is being reshaped by the confluence of four powerful circumstances
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Simple, effective and (relatively) inexpensive: New Zealand retirement provision in the international contextSimple, effective and (relatively) inexpensive: New Zealand retirement provision in the international context
It explores the rationale of KiwiSaver in terms of anticipated outcomes in combination with nz superannuation, and makes a case that New Zealand is well positioned compared to other countries, in terms of simplicity, effectiveness and cost
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Economics trends and prospects in china’s r&d sector by Yanrui Wu Business School University of Western Australia discussion paper 12. 16Trends and prospects in china’s r&d sectorEconomics trends and prospects in china’s r&d sector by Yanrui Wu Business School University of Western Australia discussion paper 12. 16Trends and prospects in china’s r&d sector
China’s research and development (R&D). Specifically it discusses the main achievements and the role of major players in China’s R&D sector. It also highlights the potential challenges which Chinese policy makers have to face in the future
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Inquiry into the Determinants of Wellbeing for Māori ChildrenInquiry into the Determinants of Wellbeing for Māori Children
Ndards on the rights of indigenous children. In particular, it concentrates on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
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Misunderstanding the Swedish Model (draft)Misunderstanding the Swedish Model (draft)
Neither the government nor the courts tried to enforce free competition and individual contracts in the labour market, as in Great Britain and America. Few labour disputes came before the court
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