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Article title: The Great Asian International School Gold Rush: an economic analysis From Journal of Research in International Education The number of international schools is growing, especially in Asia. This presents competitive challenges; most obviously for student recruitment and retention. … Continue reading
The cost-effectiveness of supported employment for adults with autism in the United Kingdom From Autism Adults with autism have high rates of unemployment. A survey by the National Autistic Society (NAS) in the United Kingdom reported that only 15% of … Continue reading
Interview From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists California Governor Jerry Brown says that climate change must take centre stage in the civic dialogue of America, and could prove a key issue in the 2016 US presidential elections. A long-term advocate … Continue reading
Special Issue: Immigration From International Journal of Comparative Sociology International migration has reached a record high with ever-growing numbers of immigrants, labor migrants and asylum seekers leaving their homelands in search of better employment opportunities, higher economic rewards, safer political … Continue reading
From Probation Journal This study suggests that economists have a unique opportunity to help solve the prison crisis by bringing sophisticated economic modelling techniques to bear on the problem. Over the last decade prison numbers risen sharply in England and … Continue reading
Can Michigan achieve a 35% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by embracing new climate change policies?
Climate change policy formation in Michigan – The case for integrated regional policies From International Regional Science Review Following 30 other US states Michigan recently launched The Michigan climate initiative to begin addressing the problem of climate change. This article … Continue reading