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  • Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, Inde
  • Law Research Institute, Gauhati High Court, Guwahati, Inde
  • Science, institutions, and markets : developments in the Indian biotechnology sector
  • Globalisation et industrie biopharmaceutique. Le contexte indien : transactions commerciales et impacts économiques. Institutions et interactions. Connaissance scientifique et technologique. Quatre exemples du secteur privé.
  • The territoriality of law : an exploration in Law, regulation, and geography. 2.
  • L'A. insiste sur le fait que les lois possèdent une des caractéristiques majeures qui distinguent l'Etat des autres institutions dans les pays à économie capitaliste| à savoir une inscription territoriale. Elles permettent à l'Etat d'exercer une
  • Law, theory, and geography in Law, regulation, and geography. 1.
  • Article introductif. Les AA. considèrent la relation entre les méthodes utilisées en sciences sociales, à l'usage des géographes, et la loi en tant qu'institutions. Ces méthodes induisent quelques limitations dans l'analyse de la loi. Les AA
  • Indian environmentalism and the question of the state : problems and prospects for sustainable development
  • After a review of the arguments made by leading persons of Indian environmentalism, the A. provides an alternative framework for understanding the different forms of state interventions in natural-resource management in colonial and postcolonial
  • India. Three factors that have shaped dominant policy phases and strategies of state institutions engaged in resource management are highlighted. In focusing on the interplay of them, the A. illustrates the continuities and shifts in the strategies.
  • What we know about mountain development : common property, investment priorities, and institutional arrangements
  • Another call for decentralization and broadened participation in eco-development, based on the author's experience in the Indian Himalaya. - (DWG)
  • Against the wind : on reintroducing commons law in Northern Norway
  • sympathy for other institutional solutions, the answers can be elusive. Sandberg reviews the political struggle over the reintroduction of Commons Law for Mountain Areas in Northern Norway. The special history of Finnmark, the lands of the nomadic Sami
  • Legal interpretation : the geography of law
  • Commerce de détail ; Droit du travail ; Géographie humaine ; Idéologie ; Institution ; Interprétation du droit ; Jurisprudence ; Législation ; Reproduction sociale ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle des tribunaux ; Société
  • Institutional approach in economic geography highlights the role of institutions at economic development and locating enterprises. Formal planning is an institutional factor as well, while it includes a system of rules, laws and norms. The article
  • Law and the geographic analysis of economic globalization
  • Economie internationale ; Etat ; Institution ; Législation ; Mondialisation ; Pouvoir économique ; Restructuration économique ; Réglementation ; Théorie
  • Economic power ; Economic restructuring ; Globalization ; Institution ; International economy ; Legislation ; Regulation ; State ; Theory
  • GIS, internal colonialism, and the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • This article analyses the history of geographic information systems development within the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). The main finding is that across four decades of effort, the BIA’s pursuit of GIS is better understood as an effort
  • to perpetuate its internal colonial agenda and its own bureaucratic existence during an era of rapid technological upheaval rather than as a trustee’s effort to better manage resources for the greater good of American Indians. It concludes that rather than
  • revolutionizing institutions and setting them on new trajectories toward self-improvement as some have suggested, GIS development is often merely a part of a broader and historically consistent pattern of policymaking and behavior.
  • Female labour ; Gender difference ; Laws ; New Zealand ; Social life ; Social status ; Unemployment ; Woman ; Women status
  • In the 1980s inequality of access between men and women to paid work, to political power and economic independance, remained entrenched. While some erosion of institutional barriers occurred, structural impediments remained and were widely accepted
  • Irrespective of which planning-law instruments and institutional forms are used, integrative procedures, which overcome the sectoral and spatial isolation of procedural methods and combine these into integrated starting points, are needed in order
  • Fragile lands, fragile organizations : Indian organizations and the politics of sustainability in Ecuador
  • puissance des institutions locales représentatives a une grande importance. - ( CLR)
  • [b1] Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology, Law School,Univ., Leiden, Pays-Bas
  • State-ing natural resources through law : the codification and articulation of water scarcity and citizenship in Israel
  • des institutions étatiques et contribuant à la marginalisation des citoyens palestiniens.
  • Law, legal struggles and urban regeneration : rethinking the relationships
  • rénovation, entre la loi et les processus socio-spatiaux. Une étude de cas au Royaume-Uni permet d'illustrer les processus socio-légaux qui sous-tendent cet ordre. Discours légaux, pratiques et institutions sont des facteurs puissants pour perpétuer les
  • Plan-led planning systems in development-led practices : an empirical analysis into the (lack of) institutionalisation of planning law
  • Aménagement urbain ; Commune ; Développement urbain ; Institution ; Législation ; Pays-Bas ; Permis de construire ; Planification urbaine ; Politique urbaine ; Urbanisation ; Utilisation du sol
  • Institution ; Land use ; Legislation ; Municipality ; Netherlands (The) ; Town planning ; Urban development ; Urban planning ; Urban policy ; Urbanization
  • développement urbain, car il n’est pas adapté au niveau communal. Ils étudient les processus d’institutionnalisation, particulièrement les institutions centrales telles la législation qui permet justement d’adapter ce nouveau cadre légal au niveau local, lui
  • -même ayant ses propres institutions formelles ou non mais aussi potentiellement conflictuelles.
  • Atlantic Ocean ; Cenozoic ; Indian Ocean ; Map ; Ocean circulation ; Palaeobiogeography ; Palaeogeography ; Palaeontology
  • Institut Okeanologii, Russie, Federation de
  • Banque ; Birmanie ; Economie politique ; Finance ; Flux économique ; Institution financière ; Micro-crédit ; Niveau de vie ; Services financiers ; Système monétaire
  • Bank ; Burma ; Economic flow ; Finance ; Financial institution ; Financial services ; Living standard ; Micro-credit ; Monetary system ; Political economy
  • from colonial times to the present day. Solving the essential problem of creating a viable financial system in Burma will require fundamental institutional reform of the country’s political economy. Such reform will require, at a minimum, the creation
  • of effective property rights, freedom to contract, government of laws rather than of men…and a modicum of macroeconomic stability. - (GL)