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Deleuze's Postscript on the Societies of Control

Updated for Big Data and Predictive Analytics

James Brusseau

gatherers contribute distinct data sets ( Fan and Gordon 2014: 74–81 ). LinkedIn tracks employment histories, Amazon compiles reading habits, Facebook scrapes vacation stories, Tinder chronicles romantic tastes, retailers catalogue shopping histories

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Postcolonial Finance

The Political History of ‘Risk-Versus-Reward’ Investment in Emerging Markets

Cecilia Schultz

and employment. Instead, governments are encouraged to reduce their credit risk by implementing budgetary reforms that convince creditors of their ability to honour their debt obligations. These include austerity measures that reduce the government

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The Economics of Decolonisation

Institutions, Education and Elite Formation

Nicola Viegi

in the territorial legislative assembly were colonial government employees. In other words, these elites largely depended for their livelihood on colonial government employment or patronage. In contrast, Gifford and Louis (1971) report that in the

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Joel Modiri

academics in a Black majority African society is not merely a demographic problem (of representivity, employment equity, and diversity) but a conceptual one as well. It both indexes and obscures the fact of continuing unfreedom that defines South Africa

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Creating the People as ‘One’?

On Democracy and Its Other

Marta Nunes da Costa

interests of ‘the people’ represented by the ‘few’. I assume that a general interest of the people – any people, regardless the country – is to have employment for the adult population; representatives who claim to represent ‘the people’ should defend the