By Prof. Dr. Khachig Tölölyan, Professor of English at Wesleyan University, USA, co-editor of Pynchon Notes and editor of Diaspora. Specially for The Philosophy Club Тук публикуваме в оригинал интервюто на проф. Хачик Тололян – един от водещите в света изследователи на диаспорите в глобалния свят, специално предоставено за нашия сайт. Неговият труд … Продължете да четете OTHERNESS RECONSIDERED – DIASPORAS IN A GLOBAL WORLD
Answer: both private and public sector should budget the Education and Health. By Prof. Vеselin POPOVSKY, Jindal Global Law School, Professor & Vice Dean and Executive Director, Centre for the Study of United Nations След 6-7 месеца от основаването си сайтът „Философският клуб“ преминава към двуезични публикации на статии и еспозета на български и английски … Продължете да четете Which sector – the public or the private – should budget/sponsor the Education, Health, Science and Culture?
Economic policies shape how much people earn but also how stable their income and jobs are. The level of earnings and the degree of economic stability both matter for well-being. Micro-level data indicate that, across OECD countries, economic instability is much greater at the level of individuals than at the aggregate level. The present study … Продължете да четете Effects of Pro-Growth Policies on the Economic Stability of Firms, Workers and Households
More people gained coverage—the proportion of adult Michiganders who reported being uninsured was cut in half, from 14 percent in 2012 to 7 percent in 2014. Overall, from 2012 to 2014, those with insurance coverage reported access to primary care remained easy. Nearly 90 percent of insured adults reported having very or somewhat easy … Продължете да четете Cover Michigan Survey 2014: Coverage and Health Care Access