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Institutions and incentives for R&D: implications for L.A.C. economies

Walter G. Park

Healthy students: ready to to learn: strategies to increase healthy food consumption in DC public schools

Erin Watts, Anastasia Snelling, Rachel Albershardt & Hugo Van Dyke

Attitudes and beliefs of librarians in Germany and the USA: a comparative study

Stefan Kramer
The purpose of this study is to understand, compare, and contrast professional experiences, attitudes, and beliefs among personnel in academic libraries in the USA and in Germany. Notable findings include differences in: respondents’ professional backgrounds; services offered by, and perceived adequacy and support of, respondents’ libraries; and views of the library profession and its future. Future studies could extend these comparisons to librarians in other countries, beyond Germany and the USA.

Cost of copyright confusion for media literacy

Free culture: phase two

Copyright backgrounder

Public television viewers and public-purpose programming

An international approach to data privacy

Access to infrastructure, women’s time allocation, and economic growth

Pierre-Richard Agénor & Madina Agénor

Estimating the role of social reproduction in economic growth

Elissa Braunstein, Stephanie Seguino & Levi Altringer

Ultraproducts and their applications

Ali Enayat, Amanda Purcell, Stephen Casey & Joshua Lansky

Technical Report no. 2015-3: lifting representations of finite reductive groups: a character relation

Jeffrey D. Adler, Michael Cassel, Joshua M. Lansky, Emma Morgan & Yifei Zhao

Technical Report No. 2016-02: topological investigation of target/clutter features in sonar data

Michael Robinson, Jen Dumiak, Sean Fennell & Brian DiZio

The effect of minimum wages on the employment and earnings of South Africa’s domestic service workers

Tom Hertz

Lists of U.S. military bases abroad, 1776-2019

David Vine
Maps using this data (downloadable at www.basenation.us/maps) first appeared in Base Nation: How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Harm America and the World (Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt, 2015). New maps using this data appear in If We Build Them, Wars Will Come: Military Bases, Permanent War, and American Empire from Columbus to Today (University of California Press, 2020).

Anticipated versus realized benefits: can event studies be used to predict the impact of new regulations

Kara M. Reynolds

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