Overarching issues

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  • To summarize, our study provides the rst evidence of local stock-picking skills of country- focused mutual funds. Further, we show that these skills are time-varying, and are best captured through the use of macroeconomic variables. To return to the issue of industry vs. country in Europe, we nd evidence that much more e ort is spent on managing and o ering country-focused funds, although sector-focused funds are gaining in popularity in Europe. As such, it appears that the industry vs. country debate is not yet resolved in the asset management world.

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  • This research provided important findings for practitioners and mental health commissioners. Other research has also highlighted that access to appropriate treatments may be less frequent for refugees. 9 The issues are manifold and most seem to be fundamentally related to a lack of mutual understanding of mental health care needs and how the services designed to meet those specific needs are organised and accessed.

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  • In our prior audit, we reported that AMS had not (1) established protocols for working with the National Organic Standards Board2 (Board) or resolving conflicts with them, or (2) fully developed internal operating procedures, particularly for resolving complaints and investigations and for providing guidance to certifying agents and their organic operators to ensure consistency in implementing program requirements.

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  • Committee members John Curtis, James Emme, Vello Kuuskraa, and Dianne Nielson and National Research Council staff members Tammy Dickinson, Monica Lipscomb, and Karen Imhof were fundamental in developing the workshop agenda, identifying speakers, running the workshop, and writing this report. It was a great team effort. My thanks to each of them.

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  • Several overarching themes emerged from interviews with stakeholders in the six case-study states regarding issues both internal and external to incentive programs that encourage and discourage the adoption of small-scale renewable energy technologies in their respective states. First, external factors will be discussed; illuminating the backdrop against which these incentive programs operate is important in understanding and assessing program performance.

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  • If you have been in the business of sustainable development over the last few decades, you will be very familiar with a variety of concepts that have been widely used in the rhetoric, in the policies and in the literature.

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  • Governments of rich and poor countries, development organizations, and civil society groups look to WHO for leadership and guidance in achieving the health MDGs. This report lays out the essential elements - the strategies and inputs - that will help the international community, working collectively, to tackle the health crisis facing many poor countries and, in so doing, contribute to poverty reduction. The issues covered in this report were identified at a WHO interregional meeting held in Costa Rica in November 2004.

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