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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: GLOBALISATION
2013 Book review: Rodrik, D. 2011. The globalization paradox: why global markets, states, and democracy can't coexist. Oxford: Oxford University Press
2011 Impact of networks, globalisation and their interaction with EU strategies (INGENEUS project): synthesis paper on "HRD policies and MNC subsidiaries"
This paper examines and compares education indicators for 7 developed countries in Europe - Germany, Italy, Estonia, Denmark, Sweden, Norway...
2011 Impact of networks, globalisation and their interaction with EU strategies (INGINEUS project): research papers on "fragmentation of GINs and capacity building in the automotive, ICT and agro-processing industries"
The methodological framework of this work package consisted of empirical inputs from the INGINEUS survey, desk research, and in-depth firm-l...
Research capacity building engenders assets that allow communities (and, in this case, student fellows) to respond adequately to health issu...