Economic studies

All about People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria

Algeria i/ælˈdʒɪəriə/ (Arabic: الجزائر‎, al-Jazā’ir; Berber and Algerian Arabic: Dzayer or Ldzayer, French: Algérie), officially the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria (Al Jumhuriyah al Jazairiyah ad…

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Regional coal power over capacity assessment in China from 2020 to 2025

Highlights • Capacity evaluation model of coal power is established. • Quantitative analysis is provided for each regional power grid…

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Political risk analysis of foreign direct investment into the energy sector of developing countries

Abstract Sustainable development is now a global pursuit, encompassing economic, social, and environmental dimensions. Energy figures as a primary driver…

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The economic and institutional determinants of trade expansion in Bronze Age Greater Mesopotamia

Highlights • We analyze the long run/large-scale changes in the trading patterns of Bronze Age Mesopotamia and their determinants. •…

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Strata of the state: Resource nationalism and vertical territory in Bolivia

Abstract This paper examines the relationship between resource nationalism, state territorialization, and geological knowledge production in Bolivia. Focusing on two…

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Subterranean geopolitics: Designing, digging, excavating and living

A/ National University of Singapore, Department of Geography, AS2, #03-01, 1 Arts Link Kent Ridge, Singapore 117570, Singapore. B/ Royal…

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The Origins of Colonial Investments in Former British and French Africa

Abstract Colonial investments impacted long-run political and economic development, but there is little systematic evidence of their origins and spatial…

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India’s Extended “Act East” Outreach to Northeast Asia

By Wooyeal Paik and Rajiv Kuma – The Korean Journal of International Studies 17-1 (April 2019), 1-29 Abstract This piece…

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Why One Man Can Ruin Turkey’s Economy

With the waves of democratization in Latin America and Eastern Europe in the 1980s and 1990s, social scientists could put…

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