Politics

Book Review: Plastic Money: Constructing Markets for Credit Cards in Eight Postcommunist Countries
Bookshelf
January 2, 2015

Book Review: Plastic Money: Constructing Markets for Credit Cards in Eight Postcommunist Countries

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Book Review: Steven G. Mandis: What Happened to Goldman Sachs: An Insider’s Story of Organizational Drift and Its Unintended Consequences
Bookshelf
December 5, 2014

Book Review: Steven G. Mandis: What Happened to Goldman Sachs: An Insider’s Story of Organizational Drift and Its Unintended Consequences

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Can Federal Funding for the Social Sciences Survive in 2015?
Academic Funding
December 2, 2014

Can Federal Funding for the Social Sciences Survive in 2015?

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Book Review: Will China Democratize?
Bookshelf
October 10, 2014

Book Review: Will China Democratize?

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Book Review:  Women and Executive Office: Pathways and Performance

Book Review: Women and Executive Office: Pathways and Performance

Looking for a good read for the last weekend of summer? Melody Rose , ed.: Women and Executive Office: Pathways and Performance. […]

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Submit Your Research to World Future Review!

Submit Your Research to World Future Review!

World Future Review is a refereed journal that seeks to expand communication among the researchers and practitioners now exploring trends and alternatives […]

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How Ronald Reagan Helped Advance Social Science

How Ronald Reagan Helped Advance Social Science

The more things change, the more they stay the same — especially when it comes to political reluctance for the U.S government to pay for social science research. Our new blogger, Howard J. Silver, is an old hand at lobbying the feds for research funds, and details how political headwinds blew in a suite of lobbying groups.

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Embracing a Corporate Social Responsibility Agenda

Embracing a Corporate Social Responsibility Agenda

Are companies who claim a corporate social responsibility agenda actually aligned with its value system? Line Schmeltz explored this topic in his […]

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The Human Right to Clean Water VS Property Rights

The Human Right to Clean Water VS Property Rights

In July of 2010, the United nations identified clean water as a human right. However, less than one percent of the fresh […]

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Wanna Turn Heads in Washington? Here’s How

Wanna Turn Heads in Washington? Here’s How

A survey of White House advisers from three administrations reveals that what they want from researchers is less options than opinions, and less journal citations than citations by journalists.

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Are Awards a Double-Edged Sword?

Are Awards a Double-Edged Sword?

The Oscars have been awarded! But just how does winning an award affect the prizewinner? Not the way you would think according […]

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Floods, Politics and Science: The Case of the Somerset Levels

Floods, Politics and Science: The Case of the Somerset Levels

Feel-good interventions that don’t provide a practical good, or at least one not supported by evidence, generate questions that hinge specifically on future responses to climate change and more broadly on government decision-making in general.

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