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Does Peacekeeping Really Bring Peace? Peacekeepers and Combatant-perpetrated Sexual Violence in Civil Wars (Sage Publications, 2019-02-18)Peacekeeping mitigates killing, but nonlethal violence also influences both positive peace and stability. We evaluate peacekeepers’ effect on one such type of abuse, sexual violence. We posit that peacekeepers raise the ...
(Sage Choice, 2018-02-13)Much attention has been paid to the theoretical and empirical difficulties of identifying dynamic capability, given that it is a latent construct that is difficult to observe. There is consensus that dynamic capability ...
(Wiley, 2018-12-30)Block copolymers (BCPs) are important for technological advances in numerous industries, including but not limited to, electronics, biomedical, optics, environmental, and infrastructure. Because of their ubiquity, it is ...
Lucas and Hume on Monetary Non-neutrality: A Tension between the Logic and the Technique of Economics (Palgrave MacMillan, 2017-11-01)Economists lost a valid theory of monetary non-neutrality, which relates to how new money enters the economy at different points and in the process changes relative prices. This theory was introduced by David Hume, among ...
Chalcogen Bonding “2S–2N Squares” versus Competing Interactions: Exploring the Recognition Properties of Sulfur (Wiley, 2018-12-11)" Chalcogen bonding (CB) is the focus of increased attention for its applications in medicinal chemistry, materials science, and crystal engineering. However, the origin of sulfur's recognition properties remains ...