V. I. Lenin Economic & Philosophic Science ReviewV. I. Lenin Economic & Philosophic Science Review
Only he is a Marxist who extends the recognition of the class struggle to the recognition of the dictatorship of the proletariat. This is touchstone on which the real understanding and recognition of Marxism is to be tested. V. I. Lenin
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Paul Mosley1 This draft: 27 January 2007Paul Mosley1 This draft: 27 January 2007
Is this because they used the available instruments of adjustment more effectively, or for other reasons? In particular, how does poverty impact fit into the story: would a ‘more effective’ pattern of adjustment have been more pro-poor?
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January 2004: The country\January 2004: The country's joblessness rate for 2004 ends at 4%
Alright, so here's the summary: Canada's economy boomed between 2003 and 2007. The strong cad led the Central Bank to lower interest rates in an effort to stimulate demand for Canadian goods
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War, imperialism and resistance from belowWar, imperialism and resistance from below
Let me thank the Global Studies Association for inviting me to speak on the occasion of its Third Annual Conference. It is an honor to speak before a distinguished assembly of scholars
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Chapter 2 : Critical realism in resonance with Nordic ecophilosophy – from Ecophilosophy in a World of CrisisChapter 2 : Critical realism in resonance with Nordic ecophilosophy – from Ecophilosophy in a World of Crisis
Chapter 2 : Critical realism in resonance with Nordic ecophilosophy – from Ecophilosophy in a World of Crisis, edited by Roy Bhaskar, Karl-Georg Hoyer and Petter Naess, Routledge 2012, pp. 9-24
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Table of contents 2 Executive summary 3 List of graphs 6 List of abbreviations 7Table of contents 2 Executive summary 3 List of graphs 6 List of abbreviations 7
Mongolia has been hit hard by the current worldwide economic and financial crisis. We believe that Mongolia’s increasing dependence on primary goods’ exports made the country vulnerable to external shocks at the onset of the crisis
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Guatemala June 2015 Landon HawthorneGuatemala June 2015 Landon Hawthorne
In-Country guide Alex standing with a sage sign. I felt so grateful to have such a warm welcome and the opportunity to be reunited with my sage family. There was such a great atmosphere
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Simon ClarkeSimon Clarke
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Communication from the commission to the european parliament, the council, the european economic and social committee and the committee of the regionsCommunication from the commission to the european parliament, the council, the european economic and social committee and the committee of the regions
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Teaser: The effects of the U. S. subprime crisis have not been fully felt in Europe yetTeaser: The effects of the U. S. subprime crisis have not been fully felt in Europe yet
The effects of the U. S. subprime crisis have not been fully felt in Europe yet
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Chapter 2: the economyChapter 2: the economy
Growth in the New South Wales economy slowed in 2008-09 initially due to higher domestic interest rates and subsequently in the face of the global financial crisis
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Who came first: Politicians or academic economists?i Johan Lönnroth (University of Göteborg) IntroductionWho came first: Politicians or academic economists?i Johan Lönnroth (University of Göteborg) Introduction
Indeed the world is ruled by little else. Economists and political philosophers, who see themselves quite exempt from any ideological influence, are usually the slaves of somebody from the economic or political elite
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