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    • Assessing Africa-Wide Pangolin Exploitation by Scaling Local Data 

      Ingram, DJ; Coad, L; Abernethy, KA; Maisels, F; Stokes, EJ; Bobo, KS; Breuer, T; ... (22 authors) (Conservation Letters, 2018-03)
      Copyright and Photocopying: © 2017 The Authors. Conservation Letters published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Overexploitation is one of the main pressures driving wildlife closer to extinction, yet broad-scale data to evaluate ...
    • Costs and Benefits of Intrasexual Aggression in Females: an Experimental Approach 

      Rosvall, Kimberly (2009)
      A long-held assumption in animal behavior is that females and males differ fundamentally in their mating strategies. Females are thought to be more choosy because female reproduction typically is limited by parental investment. ...
    • Domestic Content Requirements and India’s Solar Mission 

      Fickling, Meera (2013-04-26)
      Domestic content requirements are widely-used policies that require a specified proportion of a good to be produced within a certain jurisdiction. Applied to solar cells and modules procured through India's national solar ...
    • Essays on Trade Credit 

      Ee, Benjamin (2013)
      This dissertation investigates how variation in trade credit standards play a role in firm maturation. In Chapter 1, I survey existing research in trade credit. Following this, I identify lifecycle trends in supplier trade ...
    • U.S./China Trade Disputes in the post-Recession Political Landscape 

      Ruby, Ethan (2013-12-30)
      This paper investigates the connection between the recent economic recession and an increase in trade disputes between the United States and China. Overall, I conclude political factors exacerbated by the recession, rather ...