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Julia Roll and Sven-Ove Horst

Frameworks, Functions, Benefits, Rationale, Dynamics, Performance, and Economic Feasibility’. - Foreign Direct Investment Inflows into the South East European Media Market: Towards a Hybrid Business Model. Cham: Springer International, 5-66. Weinacht, Stefan 2015. ‘Marketing Communication of Media Brands: A Literature Review’. - Gabriele Siegert, Kati Förster, Sylvia M. Chan-Olmsted, Mart Ots (eds.), Handbook of Media Branding. Cham: Springer International, 231-249. Wirtz, Bernd W.; Pelz, Richard; Ullrich, Sebastian 2011. ‘Marketing

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Temidayo Gabriel Apata

positively to economic growth, through multiplier effects on aggregate demand. But government consumption may crowd out private investment, dampen economic stimulus in the short run and reduce capital accumulation in the long run ( Coady and Fan, 2008 ). Economy theory of public expenditures is classified into two: productive if they are included as arguments in private production functions, and unproductive if they are not ( Barro and Sala-I-Martin, 1992 ). This categorisation implies that productive expenditures have a direct effect upon the rate of economic growth

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Tatiana Tökölyová

domestic politics in the 70s and opened the way for self-definition, self-description, and self-identification in and with the Pacific, as confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in the document called “Strategic Intentions 2016–2020” (2016, 8), when Pacific issues were put into the seven key objectives of New Zealand to be achieved by 2019, saying that the role is to “Maximise the impact of New Zealand’s engagement in improving the prosperity, stability and resilience of the Pacific Islands region and its people. What happens in the Pacific has a direct

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Jean-Baptiste Fressoz

of the first vaccination campaigns (by 1805 there were at least 400,000 people vaccinated) fit into a context of mobilisation for war. According to one doctor, the new virus was supposed to produce »a magnificent race of men […] who would be able to compel foreign respect for the State«. J. Parfait, Réflexions historiques et critiques sur les dangers de la variole naturelle sur les différentes méthodes de traitement sur les avantages de ľinoculation et les succès de la vaccine pour ľextinction de la variole, Paris 1804, p. 67. In 1804, the Minister of the Interior