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101. More information, better knowledge? The effects of information campaigns on aid beneficiaries’ knowledge of aid projects

102. Armed group opportunism in the face of recent crises: COVID-19 and climate change

103. European aid to the MENA region after the Arab uprisings: A window of opportunity missed

104. India’s economic development since independence: An interpretative survey

105. India’s development cooperation in Africa: The case of ‘Solar Mamas’ who bring light

106. Fiscal dependence on extractive revenues: Measurement and concepts

107. The violent legacy of fascism: Neofascist political violence in Italy, 1969–88

108. Assessment of institutional set-up of results measurement and reporting systems for non-sovereign operations in development finance institutions

109. Absolute or relative: perceptions of inequality among young adults in Mozambique

110. Building resilience knowledge for sustainable development: Insights from development studies

111. Migration out of poverty: The case of post-war migration in Mozambique

112. Armed groups’ modes of local engagement and post-conflict (in)stability: Insights from the Ethiopian and Somali civil wars

113. ‘Ten pound touts’: post-conflict trust and the legacy of counterinsurgency in Northern Ireland

114. Trade sanctions and informal employment

115. Gender and poverty as a feminist foreign policy priority

116. Peacebuilding and feminist foreign policy

117. US strategy and force posture for an era of nuclear tripolarity

118. India’s personal data protection act and the politics of digital governance

119. Bangladesh draft data protection act 2023: Potential and pitfalls

120. The NewSpace market: Capital, control, and commercialization

121. Undermining Ukraine: How the Kremlin employs information operations to erode global confidence in Ukraine

122. United States–China semiconductor standoff: A supply chain under stress

123. In Support of Market-Driven Standards

124. What is Wrong with Europe’s Shattered Single Market? – Lessons from Policy Fragmentation and Misdirected Approaches to EU Competition Policy

125. Strategic Autonomy and the Competitiveness of Europe’s Innovative Pharmaceutical Sector: A Wake-up Call

126. Increasing Systemic Legal Risks in the EU: The Economic Impacts of Changes to the EU’s Product Liability Legislation

127. The Insurance Implications of Government Student Loan Repayment Schemes

128. State Upgrading in Global Value Chains and Production Networks: A Conceptual Note

129. Centralization in National High-Performance Sports Systems: Reasons, Processes, Dimensions, Characteristics, and Open Questions

130. Erdoğan's Re-election as President Raises Concerns among Allies

131. EU-South Korea Extend Cooperation Beyond the Economy

132. Examining Changes in Regional Cooperation in Central Europe from a Polish Perspective

133. What is the Significance of Prigozhin's Revolt for Russian Security Policy?

134. EU Development Cooperation Policy Shifts from Charity to Self-interest

135. Syria returns to the Arab League

136. Using Frozen Russian Assets to Rebuild Ukraine: Possibilities for the EU

137. Ending the War in Sudan will be Difficult

138. West and China Compete for Tech Influence in Arab Persian Gulf States

139. China Becoming Globally More Active in the Security Sphere

140. Businesses, EU Strengthening International Supply Chains

141. Building a Coalition - the U.S. Faces Down Competition with China in the Chip Sector

142. South Africa-Russia Maintain Special Relations

143. Lavrov Visits Latin America to Try to Lure It to Russia's Side

144. U.S. Re-Focuses Arctic Policy-The Consequences for Its Allies

145. Triggering the Rule-of-Law Conditionality Mechanism against Hungary

146. Refugees from Ukraine Adapting to the European Labour Market

147. China Adapts Policy in Response to Russia's Aggression Against Ukraine

148. With Charisma, Stick, and Carrot: Reviewing the Effectiveness of EU Climate Diplomacy

149. Climate Protection Litigation on the Rise

150. Implications of the Incursions into U.S. and Canadian Airspace

151. EU Seeks Greater Transparency in Wake of EP Corruption Scandal

152. EU Member States Take a Position on the Emigration of Russians

153. Member States Seek to Unmask Russian Espionage in the EU

154. Evolution, not Revolution: Japan Revises Security Policy

155. Iceland Makes Changes to Foreign Policy after Russia's Aggression against Ukraine

156. Northeast Asia Defense Transparency Index 2021–22

157. Sentiment of Bangladeshi Residents Toward Covid-19 Lockdowns: Qualitative Analyses of Open-Ended Responses in a Large Panel Survey

158. Section 232 reloaded: the false promise of the transatlantic ‘climate club’ for steel and aluminium

159. What should be done about Google’s quasi-monopoly in search? Mandatory data sharing versus AI-driven technological competition

160. What would Europeans want a European defence union to look like?

161. China’s quest for innovation: progress and bottlenecks

162. Antitrust issues raised by answer engines

163. A new measure of aggregate trade restrictions: cyclical drivers and macro effects

164. Employer perspectives on employee work location: collaboration, culture and control

165. Global trends in countries‘ perceptions of the Belt and Road Initiative

166. Artificial intelligence adoption in the public sector: a case study

167. The hidden inequalities of digitalisation in the post-pandemic context

168. Pro- and anti-competitive provisions in the proposed European Union Data Act

169. Rebooting the European Union’s Net Zero Industry Act

170. The value added of central bank digital currencies: a view from the euro area

171. The rising cost of European Union borrowing and what to do about it

172. Decentralised finance: good technology, bad finance

173. Phased European Union electricity market reform

174. Mateship Amongst Competition: Recommendations for the U.S.-Australia Alliance

175. Disease Mix and How Economic Freedom Matters for Health Outcomes

176. Follow the money: connecting anti-money laundering systems to disrupt environmental crime in the Amazon

177. Trade Shocks and Social Mobility: The Intergenerational Effect of Import Competition in Brazil

178. The Effects of Differential Exposure to COVID-19 on Educational Outcomes in Guatemala

179. The Impact of Robots in Latin America: Evidence from Local Labor Markets

180. Inequality of Opportunity and Income Redistribution

181. Do Minimum Wage Hikes Lead to Employment Destruction? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design in Argentina

182. Inequality of Opportunity and Income Redistribution

183. Redressing environmental harm? A 'corporate sovereignty' problem

184. Emergent Agency in a Time of COVID-19: Research report

185. China's Political-Economy, Foreign and Security Policy: 2023

186. The Pathway to an Effective ETS and Power Market Interaction: The Case of the Korean ETS

187. Taiwan Strait Crises: Island Seizure Contingencies

188. The Transition From an Intensity to an Absolute Emissions Cap in China’s National Emissions Trading System

189. Strengthening Regional Supply Chain Resiliency Through the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF)

190. Economic and Environmental Impacts of China’s New Nationwide CO2 Emissions Trading System

191. China, climate change and the energy transition

192. Putin’s war in Ukraine: How to get out of it?

193. NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept. Analysis and implications for Austria

194. From Rebel Governance to Institutionalization? Prospects for the Taliban and Afghanistan

195. Prison Hunger Strikes in Palestine: A Strategic Perspective

196. The political economy of energy production in post-independence Tanzania: A review

197. Climate change adaptation relevance of Tanzania’s national budget

198. Inclusion and exclusion in Somali drought emergency assistance

199. Most green funds do not have a sustainability impact

200. Why Gender Balance Matters for Equity and Peace in the Indo-Pacific