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The arrest of social and indigenous leader Milagro Sala in Jujuy has created more controversy and political divisions in Argentina...

In this interview with SciDev.Net, Luiz Davidovich, president of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, offered his insights about today's science landscape in Brazil and what he envisions for the future of scientific research in the country.

This document summarizes findings about minimum wages from many aspects in economics literature and may provide a starting point for researchers who are interested in further studying minimum wage in China.

Part of the project "Labour Market Regulations in China: Minimum Wage Policy," this presentation reviews some results of implementation of minimum wage standards in 2004. Minimum wages vary across regions, where local governments play a dominant role in the minimum wages adjustment process. The...

This report describes, in brief, the rationale behind the development of this new approach to evaluating research quality. It then discusses in some detail the assessment instrument itself, followed by a section on lessons learned from the first effort to implement it in the External Reviews. In...