Asia Education

SPIRe Seminar Week 7: “Can’t Buy Me Love? New Evidence on Vote Buying in the United Nations General Assembly.”

By Mon, Oct 29, 2012 8:59AM UTC

SPIRe Seminar Week 7: “Can’t Buy Me Love? New Evidence on Vote Buying in the United Nations General Assembly.” byUCDspirePosted onOctober 29, 2012 SPIRe’s Dr. Samuel Brazys and Dr. Adrian O’Hagan of UCD Statistics will be presenting their paper (along with Prof. Diana Panke of the University of Freiburg) titled ”Can’t Buy Me Love?

SPIRe Seminar Week 7: “Can’t Buy Me Love? New Evidence on Vote Buying in the United Nations General Assembly.”

By Mon, Oct 29, 2012 8:59AM UTC

SPIRe Seminar Week 7: “Can’t Buy Me Love? New Evidence on Vote Buying in the United Nations General Assembly.” byUCDspirePosted onOctober 29, 2012 SPIRe’s Dr. Samuel Brazys and Dr. Adrian O’Hagan of UCD Statistics will be presenting their paper (along with Prof.

Australia sets new strategy to engage with Asia

By Sun, Oct 28, 2012 1:24PM UTC Australia Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Pic: AP.

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — All Australian schoolchildren will be able to learn Mandarin, Hindi, Japanese or Bahasa Indonesia under a new government strategy to increase Australia’s engagement with Asia. Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced Sunday that all Australian schools will cooperate with schools in Asia to develop courses in the

Leading law schools for Asian students

By Thu, Oct 25, 2012 9:52PM UTC Pic: Houston Law Center student.

It’s nothing new for parents to encourage their children to become doctors and lawyers – these are respectable professions that have long been associated with prestige and an enviable paycheck. A criminal justice masters degree has become one of the most popular because of this. And if current statistics are

The Best Hospitality Schools for Asian Students

By Thu, Oct 18, 2012 9:47PM UTC Pic: IMCS student.

The financial fallout that followed the 2008 global financial crisis saw tourism statistics falling around the world, and particularly in the West. During this period, international tourist arrivals declined by as much as 7 percent. However, while figures in Europe and North America were in decline, emerging economies in Asia

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