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A prerequisite for using the facilities offered by the Bundesbank for cashless payments is a current
account with the Bundesbank.
The Bundesbank manages current accounts for banks and public
authorities and, in exceptional cases - with a limited range of services - also for companies and private
individuals. Apart from the minimum reserve balances, current accounts with the Deutsche
Bundesbank do not bear interest and are run on a credit basis only. In accordance with the cover
principle laid down in the BBankG, payment orders are only executed if sufficient cover is available.
Although women are a minority in national prison populations all over the world, the female
prison population is increasing. This increase in women’s imprisonment is part of a global
trend towards the increasing popularity and use of imprisonment and a corresponding under-
use of constructive alternative, non-custodial sanctions. This applies particularly to drug
offences and non-violent theft (Penal Reform International, 2007).
We identify a simple marketing strategy, called the influenceand-
exploit strategy. Recall that any marketing strategy has
two aspects: pricing and finding the right sequence of offers.
In the initial influence step, motivated by the the form of
the optimal strategy in the symmetric case, the seller starts
by giving the item away for free to a specifically chosen set
of players A ⊆ V .
The current nutritional and health profiles of the Mexican population reflect notable failures
in the field of social policies. Protein-energy malnutrition and infectious diseases are still
relevant public health matters among poor rural and urban populations, and they remain
common causes of death during infancy and childhood, and even later in life.
Dense, erudite and sometimes even esoteric, Bonfand’s book is written for the
scholar rather than a more general audience. Nevertheless, one has to acknowledge the
risk-taking and even the tour de force aspect of the book in which Bonfand ponders the
relation between painting and cinema in a very new way. Finally, this work is very
encouraging for further investigations of the phenomenology of film using the
groundbreaking concepts of the French new wave in phenomenology.
An organic farm plan is central to the certification
process. The farm plan describes production,
handling, and record-keeping systems, and
demonstrates to certifiers an understanding of organic
practices for a specific crop. The process of
developing the plan can be valuable in terms of
anticipating potential issues and challenges, and fosters
thinking of the farm as a whole system. Soil, nutrient,
pest, and weed management are all interrelated on
organic farms and must be managed in concert to be
At the present time the
majority of cases of prostate cancer in the United Kingdom are identified following
“opportunistic screening” or “case finding” whereby men present to their clinician for one
of a number of other reasons and then undergo PSA-testing, ideally following appropriate
and adequate counselling. A smaller proportion of cases are identified following clinical
presentation with lower urinary tract symptoms or with the symptoms related to
advanced prostate cancer.
There is no unique definition among investors of what green investing entails. However, for the
purpose of this paper, „green‟ investments refer broadly to low carbon and climate resilient investments
made in companies, projects and financial instruments that operate primarily in the renewable energy,
clean technology, environmental technology or sustainability related markets as well as those investments
that are climate change specific.
Attempts to meet GHGE targets from the food chain must not be made in isolation because any dietary
recommendations to reduce GHGEs must also meet dietary requirements for the health of the
population. The most recent population-based energy and nutrient requirements were published in 1991
by the Department of Health (DoH 1991), with subsequent recommendations for specific food items
such as fruit and vegetables, red and processed meat, and fish set by other organisations such as the
Food Standards Agency and the World Cancer Research Fund (FSA 2007, WCRF 2007).
In the 1980s and 1990s, policymakers took a big leap, arguing that the new microfinance
institutions should be profitable -- or in the prevailing code language, they should be “financially
sustainable.” The argument for emphasizing profit-making microfinance institutions proceeds in
three steps. First, it holds that small loans are costly for banks to administer but that poor
households can pay high interest rates.
Although the promotion of this policy space has to form part of bilateral and regional trade
agreements, it essentially includes a change in the operating mechanisms of the World
Trade Organisation (WTO).
And, despite the fact that the WTO usually presents itself as
an example of multilateral democratic governability (in the organisation every member
State has a vote, a system absent in other bodies such as the International Monetary
Fund –IMF– and the World Bank), several authors have identified deficiencies in this
In this paper, we explore the economic effect of the ECE industry in California. We first provide an
overview of the industry in California, describing characteristics of the workforce, costs for parents,
and the availability of public dollars to assist low-income families needing child care.
The initial idea that exogenous opiates can affect immune function was first floated in 1898
when Cantacuze described the effect of opium on leukocyte phagocytosis in guinea pig
model. Recently findings from several investigators (Quaglio et al., 2002; Nath et al., 2002;
Georges et al., 1999; Vallejo et al., 2004; Roy et al., 2006; Somaini et al., 2008) support the role
of opiates in suppressing a variety of immunological end points in opiate abusers.
Universal access means that enough services and information are available, accessible and
acceptable to meet the different needs of all individuals. This requires that people can safely
reach services without travelling for a long time or distance, and that those with disabilities can
easily access buildings. Services and treatments must be affordable, and based on principles of
equity such that poor people do not bear a higher burden from the cost than more wealthy
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The key driver of the Financial Crisis of 2007–2008 is the interplay of the
following six forces, each of which can be linked to the misperception,
misunderstanding, and the active hiding of the risks of consequential but
low probability events (“Black Swans”) by those that stood to beneﬁt from
the obscuring of consequential risk. Other diagnoses, for example those of
the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, focus more on epiphenomenal
aspects of the crisis such as excessive borrowing, risky investments, opacity
of markets, or failures of corporate governance.
Since the goal of the traditional direct marketing model is to identify customers who are
most likely to respond to the promotion, it follows that the effectiveness of such a model,
or campaign, is determined by the response rate of contacted customers. This evaluation
criterion has long been adopted by numerous works in both academic and commercial
settings [LL98, KDD98, Bha00, PKP02, DR94].
As part of the process of formulating the Country Gender Assessment, a workshop was held
in Kabul in September 2004, to which a wide range of international and national agencies1
active in the various sectors covered by this report were invited. The goal was to gather
information about good practices and lessons learned and to benefit from the insight gained
by various agencies that have been working in Afghanistan in some cases for more than two
decades and whose expertise too rarely is drawn upon outside their own programs.