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Conference Theme: "Liability of Foreignness in the Digital Age". Conference tracks: 1. IB Theory, FDI, Trade and Entry Mode Strategies; 2. Entrepreneurship, SMEs, and Born Globals; 3. Global Strategy, Value chains and Competitiveness of the MNEs; 4. Governments, Institutions, Social Enterprises...
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Conference Theme: Theme 1: Structural vs. cyclical economic changes, labor demand, and job quality Theme 2: Income support and safety net strategies and policies Theme 3: Community colleges, workforce preparation, and employment and training Theme 4: Low-wage labor markets and the hard-to-employ
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The 2010 Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS) Conference invites proposals for papers and panels on Family/Resemblance in the 19th Century. The conference will consider how both family and resemblance were conceived/constructed in the 19th century from multiple interdisciplinary...
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Conference "tracks" for researchers, directors, and editors/communicators will provide a wide range of stimulating panels and presentations. Continuing our theme from Bellingham last year, a number of panels this year will highlight research on a variety border issues, from security to trade to...
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Confirmed Speakers: Erik Verhoogen (Columbia); Either George Alessandria (Philly FRB) or Joe Kaboski (Ohio State); Vivian Yue (NYU); J.C. Hallak (Argentina); John Rogers (Board of Governors); Anthony Landry (Dallas FED); Emi Nakamura (Columbia). [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters -...
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The conference's goals are: (i) to encourage and develop empirical and experimental scholarship on legal issues by providing scholars with an opportunity to present and discuss their work with an interdisciplinary group of scholars; and (ii) to stimulate on going conversations among scholars in...
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