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Diverging paths of post-communist regimes

Professor Richard Rose | Political Science and International Relations | 01 October 2003

This research aims to: compare how post-communist citizens in 13 central, east european and post-soviet countries evaluate their new systems of government; test competing hypotheses about why citizens differ in evaluations; explain dynamic changes s ...

Cannabis, drugs and british government 1928-2002: the history of policy

Professor James Mills | Economic & Social History | 01 June 2003

The programme will explore for the first time the history of uk legislation and government policy on cannabis products from 1928 to the present day. The starting point for this work is that while history is often used to justify official positions on ...

An analysis of national and devolved economic policies

Professor Peter Mcgregor | Economics | 01 May 2002

Devolution has resulted in new opportunities for economic governance in the uk. In addition to uk-wide policies set by the national government there is now greater scope for policy determination by the devolved authorities. Whilst all the devolved au ...

Modelling the impact of "sustainability" policies in scotland

Professor Peter Mcgregor | Economics | 01 May 2002

Our main objective in this project is to develop a modelling framework that allows identification of the economic, social and environmental impacts of policies intended to improve the sustainability of economic development. For example, policies aime ...

Children's conceptions of secrets.

Dr David Warden | Psychology | 01 August 1993

Application abstract: the aim of this research is to explore childrens developing understanding of the concept of secrets, the difference between good and bad secrets, the social and motivational factors governing the keeping, sharing and divulging o ...

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