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When Law Fails: A Theory of Self-Enforcing Anti-Corruption Legislation in Africa
The resort to legal measures to combat corruption in Africa is almost universal. But the effectiveness of law in controlling criminal or anti-social behavior is not a given; rather it is contingent.Expand
[Denise Paul: "I have always loved school!" (interview by Odile Lamy)].
  • D. Paul
  • Art, Medicine
  • L'Infirmiere du Quebec : revue officielle de l…
  • 1 March 2002
Wittgenstein's Progress 1929–1951
A thorough study of Wittgenstein's philosophical development in the period 1929-1951, with principal focus on his "phenomenological" phase.
[The healer's suffering and experience of agony].
  • D. Paul
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • L'Infirmiere du Quebec : revue officielle de l…
  • 1 November 1993