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Whereas many scholars have concluded that neoliberalism as well as deregulation was among the key causes of the financial crisis of 2008, much less work has been done on particular reforms and the specific political rhetoric which justified them. This is a comparative study of the political justification of financial deregulation, examining two spectacular cases: the repeal of Glass-Steagall in 1999 and the passing of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act in 2000. There was a widespread, outspoken uncertainty about the consequences of financial deregulation in the 1990s public debates. Building upon Mark Blyth’s seminal work on economic ideas, this article traces the free market ideas and rhetoric that were invoked to reduce this uncertainty about financial derivatives and deregulation, thereby serving as an enabling factor for deregulation.

In: Comparative Sociology
Author: Thanh Nyan

language.” In Imitation in Animals and Artefacts, edited by Chrystopher Nehaniv and Kerstin Dantenhahn. MIT press, Cambridge, 229–280. Arbib, Michael A. 2003. “The Evolving Mirror System: A neural basis for Language Readiness.” In Language Evolution, edited by Morten Christiansen and Simon Kirby Oxford

In: Context Construction as Mediated by Discourse Markers
Author: Lukas Raupp

den Sagaquellen soll er zudem Olaf den Heiligen getauft haben, dem widerspricht jedoch die Darstellung im Chronicon Roskildense. Vgl. dazuWaßenhoven 2006b, 242–244; Föller 2011, 287–292;Ciggaar 2013, 327–330; Krötzl 1994, 104. 56 Christiansen 1987, 29; Christiansen 1980–1981, 277; Weibull 1915, 126

In: Das Mittelmeer und der Tod
Author: Olaf Breidbach

oder Geschichte der Seele in der Reihenfolge der Thierwelt, Wien 1866, aufgenommen in Georges J. Romanes, Mental Evolution in Animals, London 1883; Georges J. Romanes, Mental Evolution in Man, London 1888; vgl. Olaf Breidbach, 169NEUROANTHROPOLOGIE 1800 der Mediziner Justus Christian Loder sein

In: Freiheit und Zwang
Author: Martin Andree

. Augustine 345 Aulus Gellius 227 B Baer, Eugen 210 Baker Eddy, Mary 254 Balint, Michael 327 Bang, Hans Olaf 315 Bannister, Roger 245-248, 251 Barthes, Roland 210, 266, 281, 307, 308 Bartholomew, Robert 355 Baudrillard, Jean 183 Beamons, Bob 246 Benedetti, Fabrizio 49, 107, 155, 358 Bennett, John Hughes 314

In: Placebo-Effekte

Guthorm to Olaf Tryggvason, gradually found considerable advantage, especially in their ef- forts to consolidate their power, in becoming a more integrated part of Euro- pean society, which involved the immediate enobrac? of a Christian identity through baptism. In accepting the Church, they also gained

In: Russian History
Author: Nils Hybel

–). Domesday Book, vols 1–38, ed. John Morris (London, 1975–1992). Dudo of St Quentin, De moribus et actis primorum Normanniæ ducum, ed. Jules Lair (Caen, 1865). Dudo of St Quentin, History of the Normans, trans. Eric Christiansen (Woodbridge, 1998). “Edict of EmperorValentine”, Readings in EuropeanHistory

In: The Nature of Kingship c. 800-1300
Author: H. Antonsson

-Century Danish Historian, tr. with Introd. by Eric Christiansen (London, 1992). Secondary Sources Abrams, L. 1995 A, ‘The Anglo–Saxons and the christianization of Scandinavia’, Anglo-Saxon England 24, pp. 213–251. ——. 1995 B, ‘Eleventh-century missions and the early stages of ecclesiastical organ- isation in

In: St. Magnús of Orkney

University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Silke Marie Christiansen LL.M.; Berlin, Germany Andreas Chrysostomou; MEPC, IMO Adam Ahen Christina Albrecht; German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation Haseeb Anwar Ul Haq; Society for Enforcement of Rule of Law, Islamabad, Pakistan Prof. Dr. Ivo Appel

In: Climate Change and Environmental Hazards Related to Shipping: An International Legal Framework
Author: H. Antonsson

circumstances surrounding Ólafr Haraldsson’s local canonization the participation of the reigning king in the pro- ceedings is not neglected: ∏á gekk til at sjá líkama Óláfs konungs Sveinn konungr ok allir h‡fäing- jar beir, er bar váru.[ ] . . . síäan lagäi hann [i.e. Bishop Grímkell] í eldinn hár Óláfs

In: St. Magnús of Orkney