She notably explains how census officials in Brazil negotiated race categories from 1970 to 2010.
Dr Manuel Teehankee reviews the outputs of the WTO CTE generated throughout its 21 years of existence.
Ms Hosseinnejad addresses interpretive inconsistency in philosophical and linguistic terms.
Her latest book explains the nature of this institutional change in international relations.
For Prof. Taithe, enthusiasm for the data is vastly outstripped by the capacity to meaningfully analyse it.
Prof. Burci looks at the various legal framings of health and at what health stands for.
The Bilateral Assistance for Capacity Building for Central Banks (BCC) programme, headed by Professor Cédric Tille, was awarded another five-year grant to continue its work with central banks from abroad....
Dr Surafel sheds a critical light on some elements of post-development theory.