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Endogenous network formation and informal networks in village economies

Dr Pramila Krishnan | Economics | 01 October 2003

A common criticism by non-economists of orthodox economic theories is that they fail to take account of the social context in which individual economic agents act. Economic agents are also social beings. The mesh of interpersonal and community relati ...

Mental representation of wh-words in non-native grammars of chinese

Dr Boping Yuan | Linguistics (General) | 01 June 2003

Chinese wh-words are ambiguous in that they can be used as existential polarity words (hereafter, epw), free-choice universal items as well as interrogative words, as shown in (1-3). However, wh-words in english can only be used as interrogative word ...

Tithe income and management in southern england, 1280-1480

Professor Richard Smith | Sociology | 01 June 2003

The research will examine the changing volume, value and management of tithe receipts from well-documented rectories in southern england with a view to establishing their significance for agricultural output and its relationship to population trends ...

Determining the demography of victorian scotland through record linkage

Dr Alice Reid | Economic & Social History | 01 May 2003

The project aims to further knowledge of late nineteenth century scottish, and hence british, demography. Two parallel longitudinal data sets will be produced by linking individuals in the decennial censuses from 1861 to 1901 with the births, deaths ...

Price comparison sites and competition

Dr John Gatti | Economics | 22 April 2003

In the internet economy the natural emergence of the price comparison site amounts to a major institutional innovation. These sites have begun to operate in a wide range of very different markets, where they collect price and product information from ...

Dimensional representation and discrimination

Professor I Mclaren | Psychology | 01 April 2003

If a human is faced with a difficult discrimination,ie two stimuli that are hard to tell apart such as a pair of very similar faces, then we know of a number of ways to improve their ability to perform this task. We can familiarise them with the two ...

The role of predictive history in human associative learning

Professor I Mclaren | Psychology | 01 April 2003

We have recently discovered that experience with cues that are good predictors of an outcome enhances future learning with those cues. So if you learn that a cat reliably makes you sneeze, then our evidence suggests that you will be quickly able to l ...

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