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In Arab Gulf states, lack of trust between scientific research and industrial sectors undermines what is needed in order to discuss technological problems and solve them locally, causing increased reliance on foreign experts. The survey found five obstacles to the progress of scientific research...

Senegal has prioritized adaptation actions in coastal and northern areas, and in water resources, agriculture, fisheries, and health. Specific adaptation actions are under way that target resilience-building needs in the areas of agriculture, climate information, coastal zone management, and...

The research focuses on how digital learning may be used in developing countries in Asia to address issues of equity, quality, and efficiency at all educational levels, from early childhood to higher and continuing education, in formal, non-formal, and informal settings. Two strategies for...

This detailed study traces connections between wealthy and political elites in Honduras, and organized crime. For Honduran transnational elites, the state's role is simple: to create and enforce rules that favour their continued power over key industries and the capital accumulation that...

Results of mapping demonstrated significant erosion in the Ourika watershed. Soil loss below the tolerance level (

El análisis de un conjunto de indicadores permite concluir que la región muestra mejoras en términos de calidad del acceso (velocidades ofertadas) aunque los resultados en relación a los precios son menos optimistas. Al mismo tiempo, mientras que algunos países muestran importantes avances,...

The report investigates minimum wage policy relative to increases in earnings inequality in China (2004- 2009). Using a set of panel data at the city level, combined with a longitudinal household survey of 16 representative provinces, the distributional effect of minimum wage changes is...

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