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In this article, the authors discuss and then analyse the interdependency between bank and sovereign risk before, during and after the financial crisis.
The paper provides a new examination of the interdependencies between individual bank risk and the sovereign risk of the countries in which they are headquartered, with special emphasis on the recent global financial and eurozone crises.
Taken from: Journal of Financial Economic Policy
Volume 4 issue 1
Here, the author describes how the special built-in features of modern smart phones can be used to open up the potential of these devices for use as assistive technologies in supporting the independence and quality of life of vulnerable people.
The paper demonstrates how smart phone applications are capable of transforming a high-performance mobile phone into a number of different assistive devices that can improve the lives of millions of people with and without disability.
Taken from: Journal of Assistive Technologies
Volume 5 issue 2
Here, the authors attempt to understand how cities at different stages of development – each subject to its own challenges in adapting to climate change – can manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Case studies are undertaken for three cities: Amman, Jakarta and Dar es Salaam, including determination of GHG emissions and analysis of climate change data (where available) for each.
Taken from: International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management
Volume 5 issue 1
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