If Russia manages to occupy Ukraine, it will be extremely difficult for the occupying forces to control the country, according to Michael Gentile, Ukraine researcher.
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The coffee farmers in Guatemala have large expenses in the face of fungal attacks and droughts, but the price of coffee remains the same. What does it take for a global value chain to adapt to climate change?
Teachers at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography take chances in the auditorium: "A lecture is a format that was invented at a time when people barely had textbooks".
Alexi Gugushvili: "Information About Inequality of Opportunity Increases Downward Mobility Perceptions: A Population-Wide Randomized Survey Experiment"
June 7, 2022
Based on a nationally representative survey in Georgia from 2021, Alexi Gugushvili and colleagues confirmed the association between perceived social mobility and physical and mental health, satisfaction with life, and the perceived state of affairs in the country. Published in Frontiers in Psychology.
Per Gunnar Røe: "Architectural competitions and public participation"
June 2, 2022
This paper, by Aleksander Bern and Per Gunnar Røe, examines how the use of architectural competitions may change democratic and participatory aspects in urban planning. Published in Cities.