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The State Of State Reforms In Latin America

Author : Eduardo Lora
ISBN : 0821365762
Genre : Political Science
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Latin America suffered a profound state crisis in the 1980s, which prompted not only the wave of macroeconomic and deregulation reforms known as the Washington Consensus, but also a wide variety of institutional or 'second generation' reforms. 'The State of State Reform in Latin America' reviews and assesses the outcomes of these less studied institutional reforms. This book examines four major areas of institutional reform: a. political institutions and the state organization; b. fiscal institutions, such as budget, tax and decentralization institutions; c. public institutions in charge of sectoral economic policies (financial, industrial, and infrastructure); and d. social sector institutions (pensions, social protection, and education). In each of these areas, the authors summarize the reform objectives, describe and measure their scope, assess the main outcomes, and identify the obstacles for implementation, especially those of an institutional nature.
Category: Political Science

Rico State By State

Author : John E. Floyd
ISBN : 1570733961
Genre : Civil RICO actions
File Size : 64.18 MB
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Category: Civil RICO actions

Beyond State Failure And Collapse

Author : George Klay Kieh
ISBN : 0739108921
Genre : History
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There is a general consensus in the scholarly literature that the post-colonial state in Africa has failed. Some states (Liberia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia) have collapsed. Various arguments have been proffered to explain this dynamics of African state failure and collapse. However, the literature on state reconstitution is inchoate and minimal. This edited volume focuses on prescriptions for reconstituting the post-colonial state in Africa. Essays on nine African states (Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, and Uganda) are preceded by an introduction to the political economy of the African state.
Category: History

The Welfare State Reader

Author : Christopher Pierson
ISBN : 9780745635569
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 59.13 MB
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Includes 20 selections, reflecting the thinking and research in welfare state studies, these readings are organized around a series of debates - on welfare regimes, globalization, Europeanization, demographic change and political challenges.
Category: Political Science

The State And The Global Ecological Crisis

Author : John Barry
ISBN : 026252435X
Genre : Political Science
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Explores the prospects for reinstating the state as the facilitator of environmental protection, through analyses and case studies of the green democratic potential of the state and the state system.
Category: Political Science

Transition State

Author : Takayuki Fueno
ISBN : 9056992163
Genre : Science
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The transition state is the critical configuration of a reaction system situated at the highest point of the most favorable reaction path on the potential-energy surface, its characteristics governing the dynamic behavior of reacting systems decisively. This text presents an accurate survey of current theoretical investigations of chemical reactions, with a focus on the nature of the transition state. Its scope ranges from general basic theories associated with the transition states, to their computer-assisted applications, through to a number of reactions in a state-of-the-art fashion. It covers various types of gas-phase elementary reactions, as well as some specific types of chemical processes taking place in the liquid phase. Also investigated is the recently developing transition state spectroscopy. This text will not only serve as a contemporary reference book on the concept of the transition state, but will also assist the readers in gaining valuable key principles regarding the essence of chemical kinetics and dynamics.
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Slavery In The South

Author : Clayton E. Jewett
ISBN : 0313320195
Genre : History
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This book is the first comparative summary of the southern slave states from Colonial times to Reconstruction.
Category: History

Covenants Not To Compete

Author : American Bar Association. Committee on Employee Rights and Responsibilities in the Workplace
ISBN : 157018030X
Genre : Law
File Size : 90.50 MB
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You can provide prompt, cost-effective answers with this easy-to-scan, question-and-answer resource. Covenants Not to Compete gives you the appropriate statutes, leading cases, and emerging trends in each state and is your ideal springboard for research. The new Second Edition addresses more than 100 relevant issues specific to various states -- reflecting the complexity of noncompete requirements. New topics include clauses acknowledging "irreparable harm" and the viability of separability ("blue-pencil") clauses. You also get a finding list of questions by state; a separate softcover case table with detailed, profession-specific information; and six indexes for instant, convenient access to the text.
Category: Law

State Theory

Author : Bob Jessop
ISBN : 0271007354
Genre : Political Science
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This volume develops a novel approach to state theory. It offers a comprehensive review of the existing literature on the state and sets a new agenda for state research. Four central themes define the scope of the book: an account of the bases of the operational autonomy of the state; the need to develop state theory as part of a more general social theory; the possibilities of explaining "capitalist societalization" without assuming that the economy is the ultimate determinate of societal dynamics; and a defense of the method of articulation in theory construction. In developing these issues, Bob Jessop both builds on and goes well beyond the view presented in his earlier books, The Capitalist State (1982) and Nicos Poulantzas (1985). The result is a highly original statement that should stimulate much debate. The volume confirms the author's standing as one of the most important postwar Marxist state theorists.
Category: Political Science