5 edition of Science, technology, and the global equity crisis found in the catalog.
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The US Patent office's 10 millionth patent is a testament to American innovation. But the patent rolls also shed light on a persistent challenge: gender disparities in innovation-heavy fields. The Science and Security Board (SASB) is comprised of a select group of globally recognized leaders with a specific focus on nuclear risk, climate change and emerging technologies. The SASB provides the Bulletin with objective external perspective on trends and issues in these related fields, and connects the organization to outside experts.
The Great Financial Crisis that began in reminds us with devastating force that financial instability and crises are endemic to capitalist economies, and that it is only strong and dynamically-changing financial regulations that can keep the damage caused by these crises within bounds. --Via UMass School of Public Policy News. Professor Michael Ash of the UMass Amherst School of Public Policy and the Department of Economics has written a new book that looks at both the build-up to and the fallout from the global financial crisis of the late s—including the surprising resilience of the systems that led to that crisis. Ash and his coauthor, Francisco Louçã of the.
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