Statement of Stephen S. Trott, Associate Attorney General, United States Department of Justice before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control. House of Representatives concerning the Federal Government's Present and Future Efforts in Eradication, Interdiction, Law Enforcement, Education and Treatment.
An expanded role for microbial physiology in metabolic engineering and functional genomics: moving towards systems biology 1 1 This paper is dedicated to the memory of Jay Bailey, who contributed significantly to our research field. His ideas and visions have been stimulating for the authors, and they will continue to guide us in the future
An analysis of compensation in the U.S. venture capital partnership 1 Helpful comments were provided by Gary Chamberlain, Michael Gibbs, Steven Kaplan, Stacey Kole (the referee), Kevin J. Murphy, Canice Prendergast, Raghu Rajan, Jay Ritter, William Sahlman, Andrei Shleifer and Jerry Warner (the editor), as well as seminar participants at the American Finance Association meetings, Babson College, Columbia University, Harvard University, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the NBER Corporate Finance Group, TelAviv University, and the University of Chicago junior faculty workshop. We thank the Aeneas Group, Kemper Financial Services, Venture Economics, and a major corporate pension fund – and especially Michael Eisenson, Kelly McGough, Robert Moreland, Jesse Reyes, and Scott Sperling – for access to their files. Jay Light, William Sahlman, and Jeffry Timmons helped us in this process. We also thank Tom Judge of AT&T and Paul Price of State Street Bank. Research assistance was provided by Mer
The Streets of Iraq: Protests, the Public Sphere and Democracy Paper submitted for refereeing to the executive committee of the Australasian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference, 2009. If accepted, this paper will be presented as part of an APSA panel session convened by the author and Associate Professor Stephen Stockwell entitled The Secret History of Democracy
Paulo Freire, or Pedagogy as the Space and Time of Possibility. Essay Review of "Reading Freire and Habermas: Critical Pedagogy and Transformative Social Change," by Raymond Morrow and Carlos Alberto Torres; "Reinventing Paulo Freire: A Pedagogy of Love," by Antonia Darder; and "The Freirean Legacy: Educating for Social Justice," edited by Judith J. Slater, Stephen M. Fain, and Cesar A. Rossatto.