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  • Bansal, Megha (2012-04-20)
    POLICY QUESTION: “Based on results of pilot programs and policies implemented in other parts of the country, how can New York City/State best support and incentivize responsible small-dollar lending in low-income communities?” ...
  • Wilson, Victoria (2011-04-22)
    Policy Question What social, economic and environmental factors hinder the enrollment of disabled, primary school-aged children in the United Republic of Tanzania, and how can the government turn the country’s existing ...
  • Finelli, Kevin (2013)
    <p>A simultaneous measurement of three Standard Model cross-sections using 4.7 inverse femtobarns of proton-proton collision data at a center-of-mass energy of 7 TeV is presented. Collision data were collected using the ...
  • Zhang, Lewei (2011-04-22)
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Since the economic reform in the late 1970s, China’s economy has experienced consistently rapid growth, with a drastic change of production pattern and income distribution. The increasing income ...
  • Savitz, Samuel (2010-12)
    Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) is a method of evaluation that compares the effectiveness of two or more medical treatments by assessing comparative health outcomes. Historically, there has been a lack of ...
  • Hosterman, Heather (2008-04-25)
    In Oregon’s Willamette Basin a group of diverse leaders are working to expand an existing water quality-trading program from the Willamette’s Tualatin Watershed to the entire Basin, with a goal of moving beyond regulatory ...
  • Bone, Audrey Jayne (2015)
    <p>As the production and use of nanoparticles (NPs) has increased, so has concern over their effects on the environment and aquatic organisms. While the majority of research on the toxicity of NPs has been performed using ...
  • Maize, Kristen (2012-04-25)
    Historical review illustrates that humans have had a profound impact on the coastal marine ecosystem, with overfishing eclipsing all other human disturbances. Recognition of this anthropogenic impact and attempts at managing ...
  • Rider, Sarah (2008-04-24)
    Over 60 species of marine mammals reside in United States waters. Assessing each marine mammal stock in the United States is a lengthy, expensive, and complicated task. The use of new technologies, such as passive acoustic ...
  • Bowers, Justin (2009-04-24)
    Riparian zones serve an important role in the ecological landscape. They serve as habitat for wildlife, prevent erosion, and act as buffers to help reduce and filter the amount of pollutants entering surface waters. The ...
  • Anderson, Ryan Berger (2007-05-02)
    Bacterial DNA is immunostimulatory, and the motifs responsible for this activity are unmethylated CpG dinucleotides. Following cellular uptake, CpG-containing oligodeoxynucleotides (CpG ODN) are trafficked to the endosome ...
  • Lim Zhen Yi, Victoria (2016-06-22)
    The American film industry, which has historically been driven by the domestic market, now receives an increasing proportion of its revenue from abroad (foreign share). To determine the factors influencing this trend, this ...
  • Jones, Kara (2015-04-24)
    Global production of plastics has increased dramatically in the past 70 years, from 1.9 million tons in 1950 up to 330 million tons in 2013. The United States, the world’s second largest producer of waste, generated 32 ...
  • Sumner, Steven Allan (2014)
    <p>Motorcycle crash related injuries and deaths are increasing rapidly in many African nations. Utilizing conspicuity measures, such as wearing reflective, fluorescent safety vests, are effective as crash prevention ...
  • Romano, Maria Cecilia (2014-04-28)
    Child trafficking and child labor are two terms that tend to elicit vivid images of suffering and there are countless IGOs, NGOs, advocacy organizations, government programs, and pieces of legislation worldwide that aim ...
  • Romano, Maria Cecilia (2014-04-28)
    Child trafficking and child labor are two terms that tend to elicit vivid images of suffering and there are countless IGOs, NGOs, advocacy organizations, government programs, and pieces of legislation worldwide that aim ...
  • Dickinson, Katherine Lee (2008-04-25)
    Diarrhea and malaria are two of the most devastating public health threats in the developing world, resulting in millions of childhood deaths each year. Part of the challenge in addressing these threats arises from the ...
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  • Calcari, Meaghan E. (2004)
    Indigenous peoples have lived on and from their lands for many generations in ways that have allowed the natural resources to remain relatively intact. Concurrent with an increase in world-wide designation of protected ...