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His research includes development of methods for chemical attribution profiling (forensic analysis) and analysis of chlorine biomarkers in biomedical samples. He has authored and co-authored many peer-reviewed publications and has a position as an assistant professor at the University of Linköping, Sweden. (...) He is author/co-author of approximately 80 peer-reviewed publications and is active in various international scientific panels. (...) She also leads collaborations between BUET and the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Centre of the Texas A&M University. Professor Razia serves as a resource person to the Bangladesh National Authority of Chemical Weapon Convention, and is a member of Global Advisory Team of Poland based International Center of Chemical Safety and Security (ICCSS).
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Score: 682105.47 - https://www.opcw.org/about/sub...dies/scientific-advisory-board
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Barnes received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and his JD from Yale University. (...) She has LLM Degree, New York University (1992), and LLB Degree, Victoria University of Wellington (1986). (...) Trepelkov holds MA and Ph.D. degrees in International Economics from MGIMO-University and authored several publications. Ulvi Yusifov is Head of International Treaties Division of the Ministry of Taxes of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
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Score: 680901.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...14/10/20140604_Biographies.pdf
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Carlo Consulting, US) S5.1: Kai Jakobs ,   Aachen University, Germany Since 1987, Kai has been Head of Technical Staff at RWTH Aachen University's Chair of Informatik 4. (...) Past positions include academic posts in University College Dublin and University College Galway, and Director of a number of telecommunications companies. An IEEE Subject Matter Expert, he has edited several books, and is author, and co-author, of over 120 international journal and conference papers and book chapters. [ BACK ] S5.4: Yoshitoshi Murata ,   Iwate Prefectural University, Japan Yoshitoshi Murata received his M.E from Nagoya University.
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Score: 680821.97 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/uni/...scope/2008/bios-session-5.html
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This publication is available from Cambridge University Press . 29 September 2009 Alberto Portugal (World Bank) Revisiting Trade Facilitation and Export Performance (co-authored with John Wilson) > Paper 6 October 2009 Nadia Rocha (WTO) What Constrains Africa's Exports? (co-authored withCaroline Freund) > Paper 20 October 2009 Giovanni Valensisi (UNCTAD) Industrialization, Poverty Traps, and the Dutch Disease: a Dual Model > Paper 27 October 2009 Scott Taylor (University of Calgary) Environmental Crises: Past, Present and Future > Paper 10 November 2009 Juan Marchetti (WTO) Do Economic Integration Agreements lead to Deeper Integration of Service Markets? (...) Narula) > Paper 8 December 2009 Peter Egger (University of Zurich) The Trade Effects of Endogenous Preferential Trade Agreements (co-authored with M.
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Score: 680428.5 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re...dw_s/wkshop09_s/autumn09_s.htm
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Author: Kazuo Takahashi, International Development Research Institute, Japan Discussant: Marco Ferroni, World Bank 5:00 pm Close Thursday 2 December 1997 Session II (continued) 9:00 am ODA and Sustainable Development in Africa: towards a new strategy Author: R. (...) Mwau, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa 10:00 am Debt relief and sustainable development in Sub-Saharan Africa Author: Nguyuru H.I. Lipumba, Consultant, Tanzania Discussant: Augustin Fosu, African Economic Research Consortium, Kenya 11:00 am Increasing the contribution of FDI and foreign portfolio investment to sustainable development: recent domestic and international policy measures Authors: Peter Gray and John Dilyard, Rutgers University, USA Discussant: Thomas Brewer, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark 12:00 pm Lunch Break Session II (continued) 2:00 pm Attracting capital inflows to Africa: essential elements of a policy package Authors: Louis Kasekende and Ashok Bhundia, Bank of Uganda Discussant: Charles Okeahalam, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa The impact of regionalization in the African capital markets sector and the mobilization of foreign capital for sustainable development Author: Nicholas Biekpe, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Discussant: Charles Okeahalam, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa Annexes 337 Session III: New policy approaches in domestic finance 3:30 pm Advancing subsidy reforms: towards a viable policy package Authors: David Pearce with Donata Finck von Finckenstein, CSERGE, University College, London, UK Discussant: Andre de Moor, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands 5:00 pm Close Friday 3 December 1999 Session III (continued) 9:00 am Overview and recent experiences with ecological tax reforms in Europe Author: Kai Schlegelmilch, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany Discussant: Grzegorz Peszko, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 10:00pm Increasing the role of environmental taxes and charges as a policy instrument in developing countries: some conceptual considerations Author: Jürgen Backhaus, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands Discussant: R. Omotayo Olaniyan, Organisation of African Unity 11:00 am Promoting private sector participation in the financing of sustainable development Authors: Anil Markandya with P. Francis, University of Bath, UK Discussant: Carl Greenidge, Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific Group States 12:00 pm Lunch Break Session III (continued) 2:00 pm The greening of financial markets Author: Carlos Joly, Storebrand Investments, Norway Discussant: Thomas Brewer, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Session IV: Innovative mechanisms in sector finance 3:00 pm Innovative mechanisms for sustainable sector financing Author: Theodore Panayotou, Harvard Institute for International Development Discussant: Eric Chatman, African Development Bank Promoting private sector financing of commercial investments in renewable energy technologies Author: Norbert Wohlgemuth and Jyoti Painuly, United Nations Environment Programme Collaborating Centre on Energy and Development, Denmark Discussant: Eric Chatman, African Development Bank Finance for Sustainable Development 338 5:00 pm Close Saturday 4 December 1999 Closing Session 9:00 am Presentation and discussions of draft Chairman's Summary 12:00 pm Lunch Closing Session (continued) 2:00 pm Discussion of draft Chairman's Summary 5:00 pm Chairman’s Closing Remarks Background Papers and Documents: 1.
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Score: 679776.86 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/res..._fin/nairobi_meeting_annex.pdf
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Christian has studied at Technical University of Berlin in the TKN Group. He is author of several publications, provided contributions to standards of ITU and IEEE, and received one best paper award. (...) Since 1999 he also teaches at the Technical University of Ilmenau. Thomas Sporer authored and coauthored several papers on perceptual audio coding, filter-banks, psychoacoustics and perceptual audio measurement. (...) Slawek Zielinski   (University of Surrey, UK) Dr Slawek Zielinski holds a position of a Lecturer at the University of Surrey, before which he worked as a Research Fellow at the same university and as a Lecturer at the Technical University of Gdansk (Poland).
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Score: 679648.34 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/speechaudio/bios.html
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UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review 2000-2001 UNECE TIMBER COMMITTEE   Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2000-2001 Geneva-based Production Team 2001 Ed Pepke Project Leader Forest Products Marketing Specialist UNECE and FAO Timber Section Ed.Pepke@unece.org Romi Chopra                                    Responsible for layout UNECE and FAO Timber Section Romi.Chopra@unece.org Christopher Gaston Author                                                    Forintek Canada Corporation gaston@van.forintek.ca Sefora Kifle                                    Responsible for Price Statistics UNECE and FAO Timber Section Sefora.Kifle@unece.org Noora Kettunen Assistant for Forest Products Annual Market Review Production Candidate in Master's programme in Forest Products Marketing, the University of Helsinki noora.kettunen@helsinki.fi Anton Kiiskinen Assistant for Forest Products Annual Market Review Production Candidate in Master's programme in Forest Products Marketing, the University of Helsinki anton.kiiskinen@helsinki.fi Robert Kozak Author                                                    University of British Columbia rkozak@interchg.ubc.ca Alex McCusker                                    Preparation of statistics Statistical Assistant UNECE and FAO Timber Section Alex.Mccusker@unece.org Jorge Najera                                    Author Economics Officer UNECE and FAO Timber Section Jorge.Najera@unece.org Volker Sasse                                          Analyst                                                 Forestry Officer  UNECE and FAO Timber Section Volker.Sasse@unece.org   Henry Spelter Author       USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory hspelter@fs.fed.us Information about the documents or any other aspect of the Committee's work may be obtained from the secretariat:  E-mail: info.timber@unece.org Timber Branch UNECE Trade Development and Timber Division Palais des Nations CH - 1211 Geneva 10 Switzerland Fax: +41 22 917 00 41
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Score: 679425.44 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/timber/mis/who/2001.htm
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He obtained his master’s degree in public administration from Al-Quds University and has a long career in public administration with the Palestinian Authorities. (...) She holds a BA in English Literature from Bethlehem University, a MA in Middle East Politics – Jerusalem Studies and a PhD in Political Science from Exeter University. She’s the author of “Zionist Israel and Apartheid South Africa: Civil Society and Peace Building in Ethnic-National States” (2010).
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Score: 678875 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...-2018-Speaker-Bios-updated.pdf
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He has a B.A. from Brown University and an M.A. in international relations from Columbia University. (...) Krishna Mukund Oolun , Executive Director, ICT Authority, Mauritius Dr Krishna Oolun holds an electronic engineering degree from the University of Mauritius and a Masters and PhD in Communication engineering from the University of Manchester UK, as well as a MBA in Information Technology Management from the University of Leicester, UK. (...) Dr Krishna Oolun is presently the Chief Executive of the ICT Authority of Mauritius, the National Regulatory Authority.
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Score: 678692.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...com_e/sym_feb08_e/bios_f_e.doc
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He holds two SJD degrees, from the Law School of the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, and from the Law School of Washington University in St. (...) William Kovacic Giovanni Napolitano Giovanni Napolitano holds a Master's Degree in Science and Technology Policy from the Science Policy Research Unit (University of Sussex, UK). He joined the Italian Competition Authority in 1994 and worked there in different capacities, holding managerial positions as director of the Authority's Secretariat and of the International Affairs Department. (...) B from the University of Milan and an LL.M degree from Yale Law School.
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Score: 678529.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ips_at25_e/bios_2904_Part4.pdf
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