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  1. BACKGROUND: Intellectual disability (ID), age and aboriginal status have been independently implicated as risk factors for offending to varying degrees. This study examined the relationship between age, ID and the Indigenous status of juvenile…
  2. The major advantages of urine-based assays are their noninvasive character and ability to monitor prostate cancer with heterogeneous foci. Almost all urine-detectable prostate-specific markers have been recently reviewed. For this reason, we focus…
  3. Contents: Volume I Acknowledgements Introduction Jonathan Macey PART I THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE ECONOMICS OF CORPORATE LAW 1. R.H. Coase (1937), The Nature of the Firm 2. Michael C. Jensen and William H. Meckling (1976), Theory of the Firm: Managerial…
  4. As the former President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and a world-leading academic, Professor Cassese brings unrivalled experience and expertise to the study of International Law. This is the ideal text for all…
  5. The concept of human rights is the mother's milk of the international community. Problem is, these days human rights come in more flavors than coffee or soft drinks. Would you like the Asian, Islamic, indigenous, economic, European, or U.S. version?…
  6. Up to one quarter of the worlds population is estimated to be landless, including 200 million people living in rural areas. For many of these people, the condition of landlessness threatens the enjoyment of a number of fundamental human rights.…
  7. Common understanding of the causes of land-use and land-cover change is dominated by simplifications which, in turn, underlie many environment-development policies. This article tracks some of the major myths on driving forces of land-cover change…
  8. Expectations that globalization and leadership change would propel a convergence among Middle East states toward pro -Western foreign policies overlook how differential regime formation, particularly the social forces incorporated in the process,…

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