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Partial information asset price volatility and policy coordination

Professor Joseph Pearlman | Economics | 01 September 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the aims of the research were primarily to investigate the effects of partial information on asset price volatility, simple rules and optimal policy design. On the theoretical side it was intended to prove cert ...

Citizen's grievances bibliography

Prof Linda Mulcahy | Socio-Legal Studies | 01 May 1993

Application abstract: in britain research on the expression of grievance has tended to concentrate on an analysis of complaints from the top down and from a predominantly legal perspective. The primary emphasis of much socio-legal research has been ...

Developing equitable staff policies in educational institutions

Prof Weiner | Education | 01 November 1991

Many institutions in further and higher education are developing policies on equal opportunities but most are facing difficulties in trying to put policy into practice. This project explores the strategies deployed by three institutions committed to ...

Children's understandings of parental involvement in education

Professor Rosalind Edwards | Sociology | 04 August 1997

There is a wide ranging consensus that parents involvement in their childrens education is both necessary and beneficial. Education policy stresses parental choice and responsibilities and strategies have been developed to encourage parental particip ...

Youth values: a study of identity diversity and social change

Professor Janet Holland | Sociology | 01 November 1996

A quantitative and qualitative study of the moral understandings of young people aged 11-16 in the united kingdom. Taking young people as moral agents, the research will explore their awareness of and responses to moral diversity, authority and socia ...

Getting published: a study of writing refereeing and editing practices

Prof Weiner | Education | 01 April 1996

The study is a response to a growing interest in the criteria and means by which academic writing is judged worthy of publication. It seeks to answer such questions as: who gets published on what basis for what purpose for what readership. By invest ...

Parenting and step-parenting after divorce/separation: issues and negotiations

Professor Rosalind Edwards | Sociology | 01 January 1996

Application abstract: while step-families have existed for centuries, such families are now predominantly created following separation or divorce rather than a parents death. In britain it has been estimated that, in 1991, 1 in 5 of all families with ...

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