Edwin Squires1
Richard D Besel1
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1Richard D Besel
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We examine change in the size of the public sector between 1980 and 1997 across twenty-six Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development ~OECD! member nations, with particular attention to diffusion dynamics+ General method of moments ~GMM! analyses demonstrate imitation of shifts in government employment within the United States and mutual(More)
Targeted inhibition of Hedgehog signaling at the cell membrane has been associated with anticancer activity in preclinical and early clinical studies. Hedgehog signaling involves activation of Gli transcription factors that can also be induced by alternative pathways. In this study, we identified an interaction between Gli proteins and a transcription(More)
In this essay, Joseph Barton's controversial congressional investigation of the well-known ''hockey-stick'' study of climate change, produced by Michael Mann, Raymond Bradley, and Malcolm Hughes, is analyzed though the critical lens of actor-network theory. Turn­ ing to the works of Bruno Latour, Michel Callon, and John Law, this essay illustrates how the(More)
This paper analyses levels and trends in within-country income inequality during the second-half of the 20th century. Two broad general trends were visible: beginning in the 1950s and 1960s inequality declined substantially in most countries , and in the 1980s and 1990s it increased more variably and more slightly. However, we focus here on presenting and(More)
  • Michael Mann, P, F A, Edwin Squires, Elizabeth Chacko, Dr Michael +3 others
  • 2012
I am very pleased to report that the Department of Geography and the Environmental Studies Program (which is housed within the Department) are flourishing. Numbers of both full-time faculty and students declaring a major in Geography or Environmental Studies are on the rise. We currently have 10 full-time faculty, 84 majors in Geography and 82 majors in(More)
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