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51 Von Arnim, Rudiger LennartStructural transformation in China and India: the role of macroeconomic policiesThis paper explores macroeconomic policies that can sustain structural change in China and India. A two-sector open-economy model with endogenous productivity growth, demand driven output and income distribution as an important determinant of economic activity is calibrated to a 2000 SAM for China a...2012-01-01
52 Wei, Y. H. DennisUrban land expansion and spatial dynamics in Globalizing ShanghaiUrban land expansion in China has attracted considerable scholarly attention. However, more work is needed to apply spatial modeling to understanding the mechanisms of urban growth from both institutional and physical perspectives. This paper analyzes urban expansion in Shanghai and its development ...2014-01-01
53 Gardner, Reed M.Patient Monitoring SystemsBiomedical Informatics2012
54 Yu, ZhouAssimilation and Rising Taiwanese Identity: Taiwan-born Immigrants in the United States, 1990-2000This study examines why a growing percentage of Taiwan-born immigrants in the U.S. have identified themselves as Taiwanese rather than ethnic Chinese in the U.S. decennial censuses between 1990 and 2000. The trend appears inconsistent with the assimilation theory, which postulates that ethnic groups...Taiwanese; immigration; identity; economic status; United States2009-06-01
55 Yu, ZhouChanging distribution of migrant population and influencing factors in urban China: economic transition, public policy, and amenitiesMigrant redistribution; rural-urban and interregional migration; urban transformation; economic transition; floating population2019
56 Zimmer, ZacharyEducational attainment and transitions in functional status among older TaiwaneseThere is a lengthy history of research examining the relationship between socioeconomic status and health and mortality in Western societies (Antonovsky 1967; Fox 1989; Williams and Collins 1995). Almost unanimously, these investigations show that those with high socioeconomic status are advantaged ...Educational attainment; Functional status; Older Taiwanese1998
57 Potts, Wayne K.Evolution of mating preferences and major histocompatibility complex genesHouse mice prefer mates genetically dissimilar at the major histocompatibility complex (MHC). The highly polymorphic MHC genes control immunological self/nonself recognition; therefore, this mating preference may function to provide "good genes" for an individual's offspring. However, the evidence ...Inbreeding; Parasites; Recognition1999
58 Wei, Y. H. DennisInstitutions, location, and network of multinational enterprises in China: a case study of HangzhouBased on extensive interviews with local government officials and a survey of forty-four foreign-invested enterprises, this paper examines the role of local formal institutions and their constituent components in intra-urban location decisions of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and in network pro...Institutions; Multinational enterprises; Foreign investment; Hangzhou, China2008-01
59 Wei, Y. H. DennisProduction and R&D networks of foreign ventures in China: implications for technological dynamism and regional developmentThis paper analyzes the nature of FDI local networks in production and R&D activities in China and discusses their implications for technological dynamism and regional development. We investigate foreign ventures (or foreign-invested enterprises, FIEs) in the information and communication technology...2012-01
60 Li, MinqiRise of China and the demise of the capitalist world-economy: exploring the historical possibilities in the 21st centuryChina's rising importance in the capitalist world economy raises questions of world-historic significance. How is China's internal social structure likely to evolve as China assumes different positions in the existing world system? Will China's current regime of accumulation survive the potential pr...World economy; China; Economic development2005
61 Hawkes, KristenSome current ideas about the evolution of the human life historyHuman life history is characterised by a long juvenile period (weaning to reproductive maturity), and a long post-reproductive lifespan in females. How do we explain the differences between our nearest relatives, the great apes, and ourselves? This chapter summarises some recent attempts to use l...Human life history; Fertility; Apes; Juvenile period1999
62 Le Ber, Jeanne M.Assessment of the drug information and toxicology reference collection in the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at University of Utah Salt Lake City Utah.The collection assessed was the drug information and toxicology reference collection at the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah. Located on the main level within the reference department, the drug information and toxicology reference collection is one of 17 sections ...Libraries, Medical; Reference Books Medical; Medical Informatics1992-12
63 Fuchs, HenryThe automatic sensing and analysis of 3-D surface points from visual scenesDescribed are the design and implementation of a new range-measuring sensing device and an associated software algorithm for constructing surface descriptions of arbitrary three-dimensional objects from single or multiple views. The sensing device, which measures surface points from objects in its ...Range-measuring; Sensing device1976
64 Mallat, ChibliFrom Islamic to Middle Eastern Law A Restatement of the Field (Part I)Any approach to law in the region known as Near or Middle East is doubly selective, as the historical depth of the tradition enhances the diversity of cultures active in the contemporary world. Law is a particular example where the contrasted set-up which characterizes twenty-five or so modern Natio...2004
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