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Institutional Quality, Economic Misery and Crime Rate in Nigeria

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Bold vision: Gender diversity stuck in transition

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Determinants of under-representation of women on Boards of Directors: an exploratory study of African public and private firms

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The influence of Europeanization policies on immigrants’ participation in Scandinavian higher education

. Bondonio, D., & Berton, F. (2018). The impact of degree duration on higher education participation: Evidence from a large-scale natural experiment. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics , 80(5), 905-930. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1038/nrc2967.Questa Busemeyer, M. R. (2018). Education and skills for inclusive growth. In C. Deeming, & P. Smyth (Eds.), Reframing global social policy: Social investment for sustainable and inclusive growth (pp. 189-212). Bristol: Policy Press. Camilleri, A., Griga, D., & Mühleck, K. (2013). Evolving diversity II

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Expecting Refugees in Latvia: Negative Stereotyping

.1080/03637750128062 Murasovs, V., Ruza, A., Rascevskis, V. & Dombrovskis, V. (2016). Expecting Refugees in Latvia: Intergroup Anxiety. Social Sciences Bulletin , 2 (21), 60–74. Murasovs V. Ruza A. Rascevskis V. Dombrovskis V. 2016 Expecting Refugees in Latvia: Intergroup Anxiety Social Sciences Bulletin 2 21 60 74 Murray, K. E. & Marx, D. M. (2013). Attitudes toward unauthorized immigrants, authorized immigrants, and refugees. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. 19 (3), 332–341. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0030812 Murray K. E

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