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On the Economics and Politics of Refugee Migration
This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of refugee migration, with emphasis on the current refugee crisis. After first reviewing the institutional framework laid out by the Geneva Convention for
Risk Attitudes and Household Migration Decisions
This paper analyses the relation between individual migrations and the risk attitudes of other household members when migration is a household decision. We develop a simple model that implies that
Chemical and biological investigation of the polar constituents of the starfish Luidia clathrata, collected in the Gulf of Mexico.
Ten new and three known polyhydroxysteroids were isolated from the starfish Luidia clathrata, collected from the offshore waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico, and they are all potent inhibitors of settlement.
Steroidal oligoglycosides and polyhydroxysteroids from echinoderms.
Saponins, complex water soluble compounds composed of a carbohydrate moiety attached to a steroid or triterpenoid aglycone, have been isolated from a great number of terrestrial plants, but are uncommon animal constituents.
(The Struggle for) Refugee Integration into the Labour Market: Evidence from Europe
In this paper, we use repeated cross-sectional survey data to study the labour market performance of refugees across several EU countries and over time. In the first part, we document that labour
Further perhydroazulene diterpenes from marine organisms
3 novel diterpenes,4–6, having the perhydroazulene skeleton already found in pachydictiol A (1) and dictyol A (2) and B (3), have been isolated from both the digestive gland of Aplysia depilans and
A triterpenoid pigment with the isomalabaricane skeleton from the marine sponge .
The constitution and stereochemistry of , a yellow triterpenoid pigment isolated from a Somalian collection of the sponge ., has bben unequivocally established by spectral and x-ray crystallographic
Aeroplysinin-1, an antibacterial bromo-compound from the sponge Verongia aerophoba.
Aeroplysinin-1, an antibacterial bromo-compound from the sponge Verongia aerophoba, is the first example of a naturally occurring 1,2-dihydroarene-1,2-diol.