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Borrowing Requirements, Credit Access, and Adverse Selection: Evidence from Kenya
(Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development and Evaluation, 2016-07-18)
We examine the potential of asset-collateralized loans in low-income country credit markets. When a Kenyan dairy cooperative exogenously replaced high down payments and joint liability requirements with loans collateralized ...
Georgetown Public Policy Review Volume 15 Number 1
(Georgetown University, 2010)
Was It for This? : Influence, Archive, and Network
(University of Chicago Press, 2016-02)
The 'Nirbhaya' Movement: An Indian Feminist Revolution
(Georgetown University. Communication, Culture & Technology Graduate Program, 2017)
In December 2012, New Delhi witnessed a horrific crime – a female medical student was violently gang-raped on a moving bus and then dumped onto the highway, injured and unconscious. While she didn’t survive the attack, ...
Library Associates Newsletter: Issue 105
(Library Associates, 2012-12)
Resource Wealth is an Amplifier, Not a Curse: Evidence from Country-Level Effects of Exogenous Variation in Resource Endowments
(Mortara Center for International Studies, 2012-01)
Foreignizing the Imagi-Nation: Giovanni Ruffini’s Contrapuntal Risorgimento
(Canadian Society for Italian Studies, 2013)
Giovanni Ruffini, author of the 1855 novel Doctor Antonio, is mainly remembered as the quintessential exiled Risorgimento patriot who, in Mazzini’s footsteps, from London advocated Italy’s freedom and unification. this ...
Shakespeare's Constructicon : More than Words, Words, Words
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015)
Workforce Nationalization in the Gulf Cooperation Council States
(Center for International and Regional Studies, 2012)
In recent decades, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states have become reliant on migrant workers to the extent that foreign inhabitants constitute nearly one-third of the total GCC population. Qatar and the UAE are at ...
Free Mobility within the Gulf Cooperation Council
(Center for International and Regional Studies, 2011)
Stipulations within the formal protocols of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) established free movement of nationals as an essential component of the region’s movement towards full economic integration. This paper analyzes ...