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  • Pelizzo, Riccardo (2013-12)
    In this presentation, we present the preliinary results of an analysis of the tools and the committees in charge of performing budgetary and financial oversight in south East Asian countries
  • Pelizzo, Riccardo (2013-11)
  • Akynkozhayev, Birzhan (2015)
    Separation of data into distinct groups is one of the most important tools of learning and means of obtaining valuable information from data. Cluster analysis studies the ways of distributing objects into groups with similar ...
  • Bocharov, Sergey (School of Engineering. Department of Mechanical Engineering. Nazarbayev University, 2017-01)
    Shape optimization has become a necessity in our pursuit for performance and efficiency in highly competitive fields ranging from engineering and science and finishing to medicine and agriculture. This plethora of ...
  • Monticone, Francesco; Valagiannopoulos, Constantinos A.; Alù, Andrea (American Physical Society. Physical Review X, 2016)
    Lens design for focusing and imaging has been optimized through centuries of developments; however, conventional lenses, even in their most ideal realizations, still suffer from fundamental limitations, such as limits ...
  • Yessenov, Murat (Nazarbayev University, School of Science and Technology, 2017)
    Due to large variation of particle density in EAS, a response linearity of each detector needs to be assessed. The number of photon in a photo multiplier tube (PMT) pulse allows inferring the deviation from linearity in ...
  • Knox, Colin; Quirk, Padraic (The Foundation Review. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.9707/1944-5660.1348, 2017)
    This article is a case study of Atlantic Philanthropies’ work in Northern Ireland, where it supported three thematic intervention areas: aging; children and young people; and reconciliation and human rights. Atlantic, a ...
  • Pelizzo, Riccardo; Kindra, Gurprit (2012)
    While the political consequences of party system fragmentation have extensively been discussed in the literature, little to no attention has been paid to whether the fragmentation of the party system affects the performance ...
  • P. Damijan, Jože; Konings, Jozef; Polanec, Sašo (LICOS Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance, 2012-05)
    This paper documents that a large fraction of trade flows at the firm level consists of simultaneous imports and exports in identical products, narrowly defined at the 8-digit product classification, which we call Pass-On ...
  • Burke, Robert J.; Burke, Alexander T. (21st International Symposium on Heavy Ion Inertial Fusion. Autonomous Organization of Education “Nazarbayev University”, 2016-07-18)
    This paper discusses the rationale for patenting inventions that enable the HIF power plant and the status of the prosecution of these patents. Our rationale for starting a business to pursue HIF power was its “suspended ...
  • Sun, Jing; Zhang, Guang Lan; Li, Siyang; Ivanov, Alexander R.; Fenyo, David; Lisacek, Frederique; Murthy, Shashi K.; Karger, Barry L.; Brusic, Vladimir (BMC Genomics, 2014-12-08)
    Background: Proteomics research is enabled with the high-throughput technologies, but our ability to identify expressed proteome is limited in small samples. The coverage and consistency of proteome expression are critical ...
  • Benos, Evangelos; Jochec, Marek (Social Science Reserach Network (SSRN) http://www.ssrn.com/en/, 2011-09-01)
    Companies whose names contain the words “America(n)” or “USA” earn positive abnormal returns of about 6% per annum during the Second World War, the War in Korea and the War on Terror. These abnormal returns are not ...
  • Jochec, Marek; Benos, Evangelos (ISCTE Business School, Lisbon, 2011)
    Portfolios of “patriotic” stocks earn economically significant positive abnormal returns when people feel more patriotic and excited about their country. We label this phenomenon “patriotic name bias”.
  • Knox, Colin (Social Policy and Society, 2010)
    Northern Ireland has witnessed significant political progress with devolution and a power sharing Executive in place since May 2007. These political achievements, however, conceal a highly polarised society characterised ...
  • Morrison, Alexander Stephen (2015)
    This article provides an introduction to one of the lesser-known examples of European settler colonialism, the settlement of European (mainly Russian and Ukrainian) peasants in Southern Central Asia (Turkestan) in the late ...
  • Makoelle, Tsediso (Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences., 2014-09)
    Since the advent of the philosophy of inclusion and the inception of inclusive education, following a number of international developments such as the signing of the Salamanca Statement in 1994, attempts worldwide to define ...
  • Lefton, Lew; Wei, Dongming (Journal of Numerical Mathematics, 2003)
    Finite element approximations of the stationary power-law Stokes problem using penalty formulation are considered. A priori error estimates under appropriate smoothness assumptions on the solutions are established without ...
  • Craig, B. J.; Engstrom, M.C. (Nazarbayev University, 2013)
    This study investigates how much the citizens of Kazakhstan feel they have control over their own health. Efforts in health promotion build on the assumption that the public sees their current health choices and behaviors ...
  • Boteu, Saltanat (Nazarbayev University, School of Humanities and Social Sciences., 2017)
    This study applies qualitative exploratory research methodology as it seeks to study the volunteering phenomenon in Kazakhstan from the perspectives of people who are involved in volunteering. The volunteering phenomenon ...
  • Ashimbayeva, Aigerim (School of Engineering Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Nazarbayev University, 2016)
    The thesis is dedicated to analysis and comparison between hard switching and soft switching methods for hybrid VLC/RF systems. VLC communication is well known for its efficient high data rate service for use in indoor ...