School of Political Science and Economics

  • Japan

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Social Sciences

Japan
election
coalition
citizen
democracy
disaster
secession
axiomatization
politics
electoral system
evidence
regime
economics
natural disaster
monetary policy
interest rate
costs
inflation
voter
president
experiment
Kosovo
twitter
firm
Values
growth crisis
international relations
economic crisis
party system
voting
politician
bank
suicide
resilience
economy
incentive
Italy
input-output analysis
participation
threat
social media
Grand Coalition
efficiency
governance
structural reform
EU
UNO
ethnic conflict
continuity
liquidity
suicide rate
International Politics
candidacy
district
macroeconomics
capitalist society
presidential system
welfare
interview
death
determinants
trend
mass media
organization
balance sheet
wage
leader
resources
Military

Earth & Environmental Sciences

recycling
life cycle
steel
material flow analysis
input-output analysis
metal
waste management
automobile
economics
neodymium
linear programing
cost
carbon
election
industry
international relations
certification
coffee
labor market
energy
dilution
voluntary approach
emissions trading
climate change
platinum
energy efficiency
cobalt
environmental management

Business & Economics

Japan