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Typically, a defence team is composed of a lead counsel and, depending on the size of the case, the team can include co-counsel, legal assistants, investigators and consultants. (...) As of January 2013, lead counsel is paid between €78.80 and €108.30 per hour, depending on how many years of experience they have. (...) Support staff (legal associates, case managers, investigators and language assistants) have a fixed gross hourly rate ranging from €16.80 to €28.40 depending on years of experience.. Some legal associates to self represented accused, depending on their function, have applied to the Court and been granted an hourly rate of €78.80 in judicial decisions.
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Score: 736120.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/8238
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I welcome the focus on energy, technology, and innovation as opportunities to enable commodity dependent developing countries to escape the dependency trap. (...) We need to harness political will and rally public-private partnerships to support the efforts of commodity dependent developing countries. This will allow them to address the factors that create structural barriers and dependency. (...) Excellencies, Commodity dependence is not just a sectoral issue. It is fundamentally a development challenge.
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Score: 735811.8 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/2022...dialogue-on-commodity-markets/
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Article 15 - Correlation and dependence analysis on cyberthreat alerts Committed to connecting the world Español Français Sign In Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > publications Share Article 15 - Correlation and dependence analysis on cyberthreat alerts Shopping cart You are here Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries > Articles > Volume 1, Special Issue 1 > Share Article 15 - Correlation and dependence analysis on cyberthreat alerts Year: 2018 Persistent link: http://handle.itu.int/11.1002/pub/812a022e-en In this paper, a methodology for the enhancement of computer networks' cyber-defense is presented. Using a time-series dataset, drawn for a 60-day period and for 12 hours per day and depicting the occurrences of cyberthreat alerts at hourly intervals, the correlation and dependency coefficients that occur in an organization's network between different types of cyberthreat alerts are determined. (...) For certain types of cyberthreat alerts, results show a significant positive correlation and dependence between them. The analysis methodology presented could help the administrative and IT managers of an organization to implement organizational policies for cybersecurity.
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Score: 735000.24 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-JOURNAL-ICTS.V1I1-2018-15
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LEAST DEV CTRIES RPT 2019 | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » LEAST DEV CTRIES RPT 2019 English Arabic Series: Least Developed Countries Report Subjects(s): Economic and Social Development International Trade and Finance Region(s): World The Least Developed Countries Report 2019 The Present and Future of External Development Finance - Old Dependence, New Challenges Author: UNCTAD Publication date: November 2019 Page count: 196 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 20.II.D.2 Available Formats $65.00 ISBN: 9789211129601 Add to cart PDF $32.50 ISBN: 9789210043779 Add to cart About the product This report provides a comprehensive source of socio-economic analysis and data on the world's most impoverished countries. (...) Persistent shortfalls in domestic savings in the least developed countries make them heavily dependent on external finance. The least developed countries are most dependent on official development assistance. Official development assistance is essential for LDCs to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and eventually escape aid dependence. RELATED TITLES ABOUT Economic and Social Development, International Trade and Finance TRANS CORP V29 #2 ACFTA DEMAND TRNSPT INFSTRT SERV INTL TRADE STAT YRBK 2021 V1 ECON DEV IN AFRICA RPT 2022 Back to top Promoting the work and knowledge of the UN through marketing, sales and distribution of publications, data and merchandise Customer Service Contact Us Shipping Policy Returns Policy Special Sales Catalogue About Who We Are Sales Proceeds Visit the Bookshop Tour the UN Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram Issuu LinkedIn Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert × Subscripe
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Score: 734773.2 - https://shop.un.org/books/least-dev-ctries-rpt-2019-88220
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LEAST DEV CTRIES RPT 2019 | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » LEAST DEV CTRIES RPT 2019 English Arabic Series: Least Developed Countries Report Subjects(s): Economic and Social Development International Trade and Finance Region(s): World The Least Developed Countries Report 2019 The Present and Future of External Development Finance - Old Dependence, New Challenges Author: UNCTAD Publication date: November 2019 Page count: 196 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 20.II.D.2 Available Formats $65.00 ISBN: 9789211129601 Add to cart PDF $32.50 ISBN: 9789210043779 Add to cart About the product This report provides a comprehensive source of socio-economic analysis and data on the world's most impoverished countries. (...) Persistent shortfalls in domestic savings in the least developed countries make them heavily dependent on external finance. The least developed countries are most dependent on official development assistance. Official development assistance is essential for LDCs to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and eventually escape aid dependence. RELATED TITLES ABOUT Economic and Social Development, International Trade and Finance TRANS CORP V29 #2 ACFTA DEMAND TRNSPT INFSTRT SERV INTL TRADE STAT YRBK 2021 V1 ECON DEV IN AFRICA RPT 2022 Back to top Promoting the work and knowledge of the UN through marketing, sales and distribution of publications, data and merchandise Customer Service Contact Us Shipping Policy Returns Policy Special Sales Catalogue About Who We Are Sales Proceeds Visit the Bookshop Tour the UN Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram Issuu LinkedIn Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert × Subscripe
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Score: 734773.2 - https://shop.un.org/node/88220
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As price takers, commodity-dependent developing countries are exposed to the vagaries of international commodity markets, which are particularly volatile. (...) The link between commodity dependence and human development is a highly relevant aspect of development policy since 64% of developing countries are commodity-export-dependent and 45% are commodity-import-dependent. Commodity dependence is particularly prevalent among the group of least developed countries (LDCs), where 79% were commodity-export-dependent and 56% were commodity-import-dependent over the sample period.
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Score: 734729.54 - https://www.un.org/pga/73/event/commodity-markets/
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Do you have any dependants2? ☐ Yes ☐ No 2 Dependant: any individual other than a spouse whose personal status has been recognized as such by UNIDO. (...) ☐ Yes ☐ No If yes, please fill out the table below: Name of the company/business Number of shares in % Area of activity (please provide details) Owner of the company/business (self, spouse, dependant) % % % % Part 3: Do you, your spouse, or a dependant have any aggregate liabilities of EUR 50,000 or more, whether currently or at any time during the reporting period, excluding liabilities owed to a parent, a sibling, or a dependent child? (...) ☐ Yes ☐ No If yes, please provide details in the table below: Details of the personal interest Personal interest holder (self, spouse, dependant, partner, other) Part 2: Do you, your spouse, or a dependant, whether currently or at any time during the reporting period, have any leadership or policymaking role in any non-UNIDO entity (including membership of a public or private-sector board)?
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Score: 733902.34 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...nd_Declaration_of_Interest.pdf
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How fast and how successful that transformation turns out to be will depend in no small part on choices made by governments. (...) Recent price developments will reverse some of those gains. Commodity dependency in trade points to a structural challenge facing many African economies. (...) Even where a country decides not to intervene in the market, it is effectively taking a policy decision. If there is no escaping policy, it makes it doubly important to ensure that policies are sound and conducive to progress.
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Score: 733242.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/acc_e/policyvrief4mc10_e.pdf
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However, this dividend is not automatic and whether it materialises, and the extent of the benefit depends substantially on policies and institutions in key realms that include macroeconomic management, human capital, trade, governance, labour, and capital markets(2). (...) Dependency ratios are defined as the number of dependents per 100 persons of working age (15-64)(15). 1 Benin, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Côte d'Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo. 3 Figure 1: Dependency Rates in West Africa Source: ECA, 2020 Dependency rates fell from 90.8 in 1950 to 85 in 2020. (...) Some studies have argued that demographic dividend occurs when the total dependency ratio is not higher than 67 dependants per 100 population in the working ages, in which case, there are at least 3 people of working age for every 2 dependants(16).
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Score: 733017.1 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...%20West%20Africa_DDD_Final.pdf
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You can find specific details on eligible dependants in the IC uploaded on the Policy Documents Page of this website. Please note that only primary dependants (dependent children and a recognized spouse) are eligible.  (...) Current subscribers do not have to do anything if they do not plan to switch plans or change the dependants covered under their policy. If I am going to telecommute from Europe or other places outside of the US, can I switch to UN WWP?
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Score: 733000.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/node/704
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