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Sep 1, 2010 Report No:10-10

Lifecycle Funds and Wealth Accumulation for Retirement:Evidence for a More Conservative Asset Allocation as Retirement Approaches”

Author
  • Pfau WadeGRIPS
Field Economics
Language English
attachment 10-10.pdf

Sep 1, 2010 Report No:10-09

Ageing, Poverty, and the Role of a Social Pension in Vietnam

Author
  • Pfau WadeGRIPS
Field Economics
Language English
Keywords ageing, poverty, social pensions, Vietnam
attachment 10-09.pdf

Jul 1, 2010 Report No:10-08

Police Building in Bosnia-Herzegovina:Role of German Police in the Balkans

Author
  • Buwitt DetlefGerman Federal Border Police
Field Political Science and International Relations
Language English
attachment 10-08.pdf

Jul 1, 2010 Report No:10-07

Policing the Peace after Yugoslavia:Police Reform between External Imposition and Domestic Reform

Author
  • Florian BieberUniversity of Kent
Field Political Science and International Relations
Language English
attachment 10-07.pdf

Jul 1, 2010 Report No:10-06

Sierra Leone Police Reform: the role of the UK government

Author
  • Bruce BakerCoventry University
Field Political Science and International Relations
Language English
attachment 10-06.pdf

Jul 1, 2010 Report No:10-05

International Donors and the Reform of Indonesian National Police

Author
Field Political Science and International Relations
Language English
attachment 10-05.pdf

Jul 1, 2010 Report No:10-04

Police Building in Timor-Leste – Mission Impossible?

Author
  • Jim Della- GiacomaInternational Crisis Group
Field Political Science and International Relations
Language English
attachment 10-04.pdf

Jul 1, 2010 Report No:10-03

United Nations Police Evolution, Present Capacity and Future Tasks

Author
  • William J. DurchHenry L. Stimson Center
Field Political Science and International Relations
Language English
attachment 10-03.pdf

Jul 1, 2010 Report No:10-02

German Experiences in Police Building in Afghanistan

Author
  • Markus FeilkeGerman Federal Police College
Field Political Science and International Relations
Language English
attachment 10-02.pdf

Jun 16, 2010 Report No:10-01

(In Japanese)日本経済の特殊性 ―展望―

Author
Field Economics
Language Japanese
attachment 10-1.pdf