Rosie Albenice, University of Georgia -- This paper aims to understand the adversity faced by coho salmon and the ways government intervention can help maintain their population. The Oregon coast coho Evolutionary Significance Unit (ESU) consists of 21 independent salmon populations and 35 dependent populations, which have been receiving restoration treatment through the Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund since 2000. The following paper’s observations are derived from 2000 to 2014 data focused on the 21 independent populations within the Oregon coast coho ESU.
Creativity of Fashion Design: An Economic Creative Lifecycle Analysis of Three 20th Century Fashion Designers
By Benjamin Nickerson. University of Chicago.
Innovations and inventions are often cited as sources of economic growth.
Beating Medicare: How a Developing Nation Manages to Provide a Free-For-All Health Care System
By Jirapat Taechajongjintana. Stanford University. “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person,” states Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNHR). Many nations have developed universal healthcare programs in the spirit of Article 3. In many high-income nations such as Sweden and Norway, universal health coverage systems have been… Continue reading Beating Medicare: How a Developing Nation Manages to Provide a Free-For-All Health Care System