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Portfolio diversification in extreme markets

Professor Daniella Acker | Economics | 01 October 2003

The aims of this project are (a) to estimate how closely international equity returns move together during periods of market turbulence; and (b) to consider how investors should react to the degree of co-movement when deciding their portfolios. An in ...

The political impact of evaluations of the humanitarian situation in iraq

Dr Eric Herring | Political Science and International Relations | 01 October 2003

The united nations (un) tries to allow the export of humanitarian supplies to a state on which sanctions have been imposed. It also tried to prevent the target state from importing forbidden materials or using permitted materials for non-approved pur ...

Archaeology, nationalism and heritage in turkey: a follow-up study visit

Dr David Shankland | Social Anthropology | 01 August 2003

The proposed journey to turkey supplements previously achieved research by enabling preliminary information to be gathered on the impact of the new majority government in turkey, and in particular on its policies toward anatolias extremely diverse an ...

Investigation of demand systems with nonstationary variables

Professor C Attfield | Economics | 01 August 2003

There is a long history of estimating and testing demand systems in economics. Most models fail in the testing procedures because estimates do not satisfy properties of theoretical demand models. For example, if demand for a commodity depends upon it ...

Imperfect use of information and inflation-output dynamics

Dr Nigel Duck | Economics | 01 December 2002

Movements in inflation and output are affected by the way in which people form expectations, especially expectations about inflation. In recent years most attempts to explain these movements have assumed that, in forming their expectations, people ma ...

Postdoctoral fellowship

Dr Eldin Fahmy | Social Policy | 01 October 2002

Recent years have witnessed increasing concern amongst policy makers about declining levels of civic engagement amongst western publics. However despite widespread interest in this area and the availability of extensive survey data, comparatively few ...

Provision for gifted and talented pupils at secondary transfer

Miss J Brookes | Education | 01 October 2002

The aim of this project is to examine what specific type of provision is made to support gifted and talented pupils at the time of secondary transfer to ensure that consistency of progress and attainment is maintained between key stage two and key st ...

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