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New biomedical technologies and public health strategies are being tested world-wide with the goal of eradicating the HIV epidemic. Achieving a world without AIDS has become the flagship of the vast global health apparatus, rallying governments, international organisations, philanthropic and pharmaceutical capital, research networks and activists. Mass screening and treatment, preventive drugs and ...
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ODYSSEUS-MONNET NETWORK ON IMMIGRATION AND ASYLUM

Start date: Sep 1, 2015, End date: Aug 31, 2018,

... ear to meet, exchange and network between academics active in the field would be an important contribution, in particular if a link is also established at this occasion with practitioners from EU institutions and Member States’ administrations. Developing learning methodologies by abandoning the ex-cathedra course for the use of new technologies, allowing more in-depth understanding of the issues ...
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The biotechnological landscape in India can be conceptually demarcated as green and red. The post-independence, state supported, rise of ‘green, agricultural, biotechnologies’ - heralding the fabled ‘green revolution’ - is well documented. Less well understood is the recent rise of ‘red biotechnologies’ and moves to engineer a ‘red revolution’ of health care based on human tissues and biogenetic s ...
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Macroeconomics and Financial History (MACROHIST)

Start date: Sep 1, 2013, End date: Aug 31, 2017,

... ps to the policy and work environment. We will achieve these aims by funding research on macroeconomics and macroeconomic and financial history; by funding visiting studentships for ESRs in partner institutions; by organising internships and other activities with our private sector partners; and by arranging network-wide research and training events."
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The ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the largest and deadliest the world has ever seen. In September 2014, the number of EBOV cases exceeded the total of all cases from previous known outbreaks. Further, this public health crisis shifted into a complex emergency, with significant, social, economic, humanitarian, political and security dimensions. Till date, no effective medicine has been p ...
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Dispute Settlement in Trade: Training in Law and Economics (DISSETTLE)

Start date: May 1, 2011, End date: Apr 30, 2015,

... rs to work together on dispute resolution. It will focus on the disputes under the WTO Agreements, but will also deal with regional and bilateral trade agreements. It will bring together the European institutions that have pioneered interdisciplinary work on economics and law, and benefit from the experience of competition law, where collaboration between economists and legal experts is well-estab ...
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"This project aims to study the role of multinational firms in the diffusion of green technologies to developing countries. This project has three main objectives: 1) to study the extent and motives of multinational firms to conduct green R&D activities in developing countries 2) to explore the impact of green technology transfers by multinationals on the environmental performance of developing co ...
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Impacts Quantification of global changes (Global-IQ)

Start date: Aug 1, 2011, End date: Jul 31, 2014,

World societies experience today large transformation processes both in the social, economic and environmental dimensions. These transformations are usually described under the heading of ‘global change’, to emphasize the increasing interactions between them. The objective of the proposal is three-fold: (1) to provide significant advances in the estimation of socio-economic impacts of global chall ...
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... conditions and political structures may compromise capacities to respond and adapt, such as the Andes and Central Asia where complex problems resulting from asymmetric power relations and less robust institutions arise. Methodologies developed to study European mountains and their institutional frameworks will identify vulnerabilities and be used to evaluate a range of policy options.
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"The project aims to investigate the relationship between armed conflicts and natural resources under international law. The research begins from the assumption that the linkage between natural resources and armed conflicts is evident and multi-faceted in nature. It can be analyzed from four different perspectives. In their relationship with armed conflicts natural resources can be: a) A concomita ...
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"This proposal is for a study of the local governance implications of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES), especially hydrological services, in the Amazon basin. Such payments, which may also take the form of development projects, compensate local actors for the opportunity costs of maintaining their rainforest environment through sustainable practices - in the case of indigenous peoples in Amaz ...
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"The long-standing US-EU partnership and dominance of a range of international institutions (IMF, World Bank, Security Council, etc.) is rapidly breaking down under the impact of shifting interdependencies and power relationships. In this sense, global economic governance is at a crucial crossroads. If a more complex and multi-polar world is now emerging, interwoven with bilateral agreements and ...
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