Food insecurity is defined as insufficient resources to meet food needs. This is a global problem but is not confined to those countries identified as poor. One group of Americans who are particularly affected, and for whom the effects are particularly severe, is college students.
We show that changes in sentiment that aren’t related to fundamentals can drive persistent macroeconomic fluctuations even when all economic agents are rational. Changes in sentiment can also affect how fundamental shocks affect macroeconomic outcomes.
Since the signing of the Washington Conference Principles in 1998, the British Library has taken its duties seriously to identify collection items that might have been displaced between the years 1933 through 1945. The present paper will provide a brief overview of Spoliation Research projects at the library and a longer summary of its most recent investigations into the Henry Davis Collection of Bookbindings. Resources and methodologies employed for investigating questions pertaining to the Nazi...