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  • This publication is the product of a comprehensive consultation undertaken by WHO in 2001 involving leading experts in the field of cancer epidemiology, screening and treatment. It is part of WHO's commitment to provide evidence-based guidelines to decision makers, and a recognition of the priority that should be given to cervical cancer screening and treatment as an essential component of any comprehensive national cancer control program. The report focuses particularly on the situation in low and middle income countries - countries in......

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  • This third edition takes as its theme ‘increasing harmonization in financial statements; mixed comparability and diversity in assurance and corporate reporting’. January 2005 marked a significant stage in the move towards acceptance of international financial reporting standards (IFRS) as the basis for harmonizing financial statements. It was the date from which listed companies in member states of the European Union (EU) were required to apply IFRS in their consolidated financial statements, in place of the accounting standards of their home countries.

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  • PUBLIC GOODS, PRIVATE INCENTIVES, AND AGRICULTURAL R&D: PRODUCTIVITY AND POVERTY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY AGRICULTURE Like Baker, McMillan, and Reuben (2002), I identify parental valuations by the location of clusters of high income families: If parental preferences over communities depend exclusively on the effectiveness of the local schools, the most desirable—and therefore wealthiest—communities are necessarily those with the most effective schools.

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  • Poultry in 2006 our country has about 215 million children. Song epidemic of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) caused by H5N1 virus broke out in almost all provinces in the country from early 2004 to far as millions of birds have been destroyed. H5N1 epidemic has caused great impact both in terms economic and social area. The question arises: how to limit this dangerous disease and war translated by vaccine inoculation has to be a useful tool? This study aims to classify poultry production system with the obstacles encountered in each system, especially the risk of disease...

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  • TREE ESSAYS ON ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES This could be because effectiveness is swamped by the peer group in parental preferences or because it is difficult to observe directly. In either case, administrators who pursue unproductive policies are unlikely to be disciplined by parental exit and Tiebout choice can create only weak incentives for productive school management.

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  • MONEY DEMAND IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES : A DYNAMIC PANEL APPROACH Regardless of parental valuations, then, families always prefer a high-μ house to one with lower μ . Because willingness-topay for a preferred school is increasing in x, equilibrium is unique, with the ranking of districts by effectiveness is identical to that by the income of the resident family.

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  • Human Capital Investments and Interregional Wage Differences in a Southeast Asian Country Point estimates of the choice-peer group interaction are almost uniformly negative, suggesting that effectiveness sorting is less complete in high-choice than in low-choice markets. These estimates are imprecise, however, and most cannot reject a zero effect.

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  • THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN ECONOMIC TRANSITION AND POLITICAL TRANSFORMATION IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTRIES The answer appears to be no. Note that the within-MSA gradient of school average SAT scores with respect to student characteristics is 1.74 (from Column A of the same table). Even at the upper limit of the confidence interval, a move from unified governance to complete decentralization accounts for just over ten percent of this gradient.

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  • Power has been defined in a variety of different ways by sociologists and political scientists so it behooves us to review those definitions before launching into an exploration of the imagery of power. The simplest definition of power is an ability to get others to do something that they would not otherwise have done. This is sometimes referred to as power as “capabilities” or “potential” power and is measured in terms of the attributes of the social actor that allegedly possesses it. An individual is powerful if she is rich, well-educated, a member of a social elite, etc.

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  • In Vietnam, foreign species of Lilium longiflorum lilies white, the same group Oriental Lilies and Asiatic hybrid children were becoming very popular. To set up a breeding program in the country for flowers with economic value, the collection of genetic resources with greater genetic diversity is prerequisite. Directive RAPD was used to assess the genetic diversity of 32 representative sample of the same species / varieties of Lilium ...

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  • The run-up to the 2008 global nancial crisis was characterised by an environment of low interest rates and a rapid increase in housing market activity across OECD countries. Some scholars argue that expansionary monetary policy has been signicantly responsible for the low level of interest rates and the subsequent house price boom. Others contend that a scarcity of nancial assets led to capital inows to developed economies, depressing long rates in government bond markets and stimulating an increase in demand for housing.

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  • A linear regression analysis shows that an increase of US $1,000 in GNI per capita is associated with a 20 percentage point decline in SFU prevalence. Let us assume that this cross-country relationship holds intertemporally for the 13 countries that account for 80 percent of SFU mortality. In the 11 countries other than China and India in figure 1.1, it would take about 55 years to reduce SFU prevalence to 50-55 percent and 75 years to reduce SFU prevalence to 10 percent, at a per capita income growth of 3 percent per year. In China and...

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  • This study attempts to present what the authors have experienced and applied in fostering learner autonomy in Country Studies (namely British and American Studies) at Faculty of English, Hanoi National University of Education. Starting with some main definitions about learner autonomy and its conditions, and basing on authors’ own experience and belief, the authors discuss four main strategies used in teaching and learning Country Studies.

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  • This Report illustrates the vigorous efforts being undertaken by many developing countries to catch up with their more developed partners in the dissemination and use of ICT. However, it also shows that the gaps are still far too wide and the catching-up far too uneven for the promise of a truly global information society, with its attendant benefits for sustainable social and economic development, to materialize without the sustained engagement of national Governments, the business sector and civil society, and the tangible solidarity of the international community...

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  • The State’s management is responsible for establishing and maintaining effective internal control over compliance with requirements of laws, regulations, contracts, and grants applicable to federal programs.

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  • .The World Health Organization was established in 1948 as the specialized agency of the United Nations serving as the directing and coordinating authority for international health matters and public health. One of WHO’s constitutional functions is to provide objective and reliable information and advice in the field of human health. It fulfils this responsibility in part through its publications programmes, seeking to help countries make policies that benefit public health and address their most pressing public health concerns.

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  • A special thank you to Hope Steele for her superb editing work and Neil Weinberg for his excellent graphic design and layout. The terms country and nation as used in this report do not in all cases refer to a territorial entity that is a state as understood by international law and practice. The terms cover well-defined, geographically self-contained economic areas that may not be states but for which statistical data are maintained on a separate and independent basis.

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  • The present volume compiles the German National Reports on Public Law that are to be presented at the XVIIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, which will take place from 16 – 22 July 2006 in Utrecht, the Netherlands. By publishing the conference report before the conference itself has taken place, we hope to enable interested scholars and practitioners to gain information in greater detail as it will be possible during the conference, and in this way to stimulate and inspirit the overall discussion.

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  • The Annual Report 2006 highlights UNICEF's work in 155 countries, areas and territories. It summarizes some of the important results achieved for children and highlights what still needs to be done. The report demonstrates that the road to achieving the Millennium Development Goals is strewn with obstacles, but steadfast determination, strong partnerships, smart investment and precise accountability carve out impressive inroads and models for sustainable development.

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  • "A wonderful report. An attempt to bring rationality where emotion tends to dominate."—Simon Jenkins, former editor of The Times (London) "The reports of the New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) have become extremely important. . . . Cogent and eminently practical, these reports have gone far beyond an account of human rights abuses in the country."—Ahmed Rashid, The New York Review of Books Human Rights Watch, under director Kenneth Roth, leads the struggle to focus the world’s eye on human rights issues at home and abroad. Its annual World Report, written in straightfo...

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