As the first opponent in his dissertation defense, Mr. Pyrozhkov was a key figure in allowing Viktor Yanukovych to receive his Doctorate of Economic Science. One of the reasons that this situation persists in academics is the lack of personal accountability among dissertation supervisors and opponents for their decisions in granting the academic degrees.
Journals at IDEAS Classified alphabetically by name See also impact factors of journals: simple, recursive, discounted, recursive discounted and h-index.There are currently 3,550 journals covered in RePEc.Note that some journals are not shown here because they are out of topic or miss-classified.
Handbook of Aviation Human Factors SECOND EDITION Series Editor Barry H. Kantowitz Industrial and Operations Enginee 1,079 697 7MB Pages 706 Page size 512.28 x 749.28 pts Year 2009.
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DEISM. Deism (Lat. deus, god) is etymologically cognate to theism (Gr. theos, god), both words denoting belief in the existence of a god or gods and, therefore, the antithesis of atheism. However, as is customary in the case of synonyms, the words drifted apart in meaning; theism retained an air of religious orthodoxy, while deism acquired a connotation of religious unorthodoxy and ultimately.
Marfan syndrome (MFS) is a connective tissue disorder caused by mutations in the fibrillin-1 gene, with aortic aneurysm considered as the most life-threatening complication. Previous studies have shown that doxycycline, a general inhibitor of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), can improve aortic contractility and elastin structure in the mouse model of MFS. However, the longitudinal effects of.
The spectacle of the consul’s profectio provides a representation of the Republic in microcosm; the consul’s progress takes him from the physical and religious center of the city, the Capitolium, where he has just attempted through his prayers to engage the power of the gods on the state’s behalf, to its periphery and the distant battlefield, where, if he has been successful, that power.
This thesis concerns the economic and political relationship between the English tenant farmer, his landowner, and his Member of Parliament during the period between 1830 and 1865. Profound social and economic changes took place in agriculture during this time, notably the enfranchisement of the tenant farmer (1832), the Repeal of the Corn Laws (1846), and the development of the railways from.