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"Why the US is not leaving Iraq"
Powerful beneficiaries of war dividends, who are often indistinguishable from the policy makers who pushed for the invasion of Iraq, have been pocketing hundreds of billions of dollars by virtue of war. More than anything ...
"U.S. Iran Policy Irks Senior Commanders: the Military vs. Militaristic Civilian Leadership"
"Origins of the Recent Wars of Choice—and Their Impact on U.S. Global Markets"
(Center for Global Trade and Development, 2006-04-06)
In the first part of this study I will examine the economic implications and consequences of the recent external military adventures for U.S. global markets. After showing that such military adventures cannot be justified ...
"The consumption of television programming: development and validation of the connectedness scale"
(University of Chicago Press, 2004-06)
The consumption of television programming is of particular interest to consumer researchers because of the potential influence of television characters as referent others. Connectedness characterizes the intensity of the ...
"Why we don't really know what statistical significance means: Implications for educators"
In marketing journals and market research textbooks, two concepts of statistical significance - p values and α levels - are commonly mixed together. This is unfortunate because they each have completely different ...
"The Axis of war and mischief in the Middle East"
"Behind the Plan to Bomb Iran"
"The pass-along effect: investigating word-of-mouth effects on online survey procedures"
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Business Administration, 2006-07)
Email petitions to complete online surveys may be forwarded beyond the intended sample. We term this phenomenon the pass-along effect and investigate it as a factor that can influence the nature and size of survey samples ...
"The Muslim World and the West: the roots of conflict"
(Association of Arab-American University Graduates, 2004)
An historic overview of the relationship between the Muslim world and the West since the late 18th and the early 19th centuries.