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Scottish Referendum: The Second
Scotland has long had a quarrelsome relationship with the United Kingdom. This has ultimately led to the destruction of the traditional Scottish way of life, when England and Scotland formed the United Kingdom in 1707. ...
College: Making it the Right Choice
Author(s):Dunn, Daniel J.; Dunn, Daniel J.
This research paper is a macroeconomic analysis of the US higher education system with a financial twist to it. It begins by stating the problem with the US higher education system: tuition costs are high, public funding ...
Para-Xylene Derived from Biorenewable Feedstock
Author(s):Weber, Rachael; Weber, Rachael
Para-xylene is an organic chemical which has been historically produced in the petroleum industry. It has several uses in the chemical industry, but is most prominently used as a feedstock to make terephthalic acid, purified ...
Why Give? The Behavioral Economics of Charitable Giving
Author(s):Brackett, Samuel; Brackett, Samuel
Donations are important for the long-term survival of many institutions. However, it is still uncertain exactly why it is that people choose to donate. Behavioral economics combines economics with psychology to better ...
On Democracy explores the philosophical and theoretical underpinnings of the modern liberal democratic system of governance, examining how democratic systems function and fail. Key to the paper are the conflicting values ...