CRIS Bulletin Issue 14 (2016)

Content

Art & Design

  • WOMEN DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKERS: FRAMING WAR AND 'POST-CONFLICT' ZONES - Masa Hilcisin

  • DIGITAL SIGNATURES OF THE BAROQUE: THE CULT OF THE CHRONOGRAM IN 18th CENTURY BOHEMIA - Alex Went

    The embedding of coded dates (chronograms) in religious and secular memorial inscriptions became something of an obsession in the early 1700s, especially in the Czech lands.

Business & Economics

  • FAIRNESS, TRUST AND THE REMOVAL OF DISSATISFACTION - Dave Gannon

  • A CRITIQUE OF COSMOPOLITANISM IN RELATION TO ITS APPLICATION TO GLOBAL ETHICS ISSUES - Bruce Gahir

    Cosmopolitanism comes in many forms, originally a normative doctrine promoting world citizenship, it has gradually tended to become, in late political reasoning to mean basically a moral standpoint where each person is an object of concern from an equal standpoint.

  • COST OF EQUITY IN EMERGING MARKETS - BUSINESS EVALUATION - Tamara Ayrepetova and Ksenia Larionova

    In this paper, the authors compare and contrast different approaches to business valuation, keeping in mind the specific settings of the emerging markets such as high return volatility, low integration, and asymmetric returns distribution.
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