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Maquiavelo en el Septentrión: Las posibilidades del republicanismo en Hispanoamérica
Erika Pani
Prismas : Revista de Historia Intelectual , 2009,
Rese a de "Caricatura y poder político. Crítica, censura y represión en la ciudad de México, 1876-1888" de FAUSTA GANTúS
Erika Pani
Tzintzun. Revista de Estudios Históricos , 2010,
Hacer propio lo que es ajeno. Políticas de naturalización en América del Norte. Estados Unidos y México, siglo XIX
Pani, Erika
Revista de Indias , 2012,
Abstract: This article explores, within a comparative framework, the evolution of naturalizaton law in two new North American countries, from independence to the early XX century, when the Open Door Era of immigration policy, which generally welcomed those coming from abroad, came to an end. It hopes to show how naturalization policies became spaces, on the one hand, for the expression of republican ideals of membership and, on the other, for the intervention of political authority –first at the state, then at the federal level– in order to regulate the political community. Este artículo hace un análisis comparativo de la evolución de las leyes de naturalización en dos naciones nuevas de América del norte, desde la independencia y hasta principios del siglo XX, cuando se pone fin a la Era de puertas abiertas durante la cual las políticas migratorias habían sido favorables a quienes venían de fuera. Revela cómo las políticas de naturalización se erigieron como espacios para la expresión, por un lado, los ideales republicanos de pertenencia, y, por el otro para la regulación, por parte de la autoridad, primero estatal, después federal, de la comunidad política.
De coyotes y gallinas: Hispanidad, identidad nacional y comunidad política durante la expulsión de espa oles
Pani, Erika
Revista de Indias , 2003,
Abstract: This article explores one of the most contentious moments in the struggle to redefine political community during the early independence period in Mexico: the 1827 expulsion of Spaniards, through the analysis of parliamentary debates and pamphleteer literature. It tries to uncover the borders that, according to the contenders, were to define the new national community, and the place within it of the gachupines , now considered by some to be strangers. Este artículo explora uno de los momentos más candentes de las pugnas por redefinir la comunidad política durante los primeros a os del México independiente: la expulsión de espa oles de 1827, a partir del análisis de los discursos parlamentario y panfletario en la ciudad de México. Se trata de descubrir las fronteras que, según los contendientes, debían contener a la nueva comunidad nacional, y el lugar que, dentro de ésta, debían tener los gachupines , ahora considerados, por algunos, como extra os.
La formación de una cultura política republicana: El debate público sobre la masonería. México, 1821-1830
Erika Pani
Estudios de historia moderna y contemporánea de México , 2012,
Analytic properties of Markov semigroup generated by Stochastic Differential Equations driven by Lévy processes
Pani W. Fernando,Erika Hausenblas,Paul Razafimandimby
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We consider the stochastic differential equations of the form \begin{equation*} \begin{cases} dX^ x(t) = \sigma(X(t-)) dL(t) \\ X^ x(0)=x,\quad x\in\mathbb{R}^ d, \end{cases} \end{equation*} where $\sigma:\mathbb{R}^ d\to \mathbb{R}^ d$ is Lipschitz continuous and $L=\{L(t):t\ge 0\}$ is a L\'evy process. Under this condition on $\sigma$ it is well known that the above problem has a unique solution $X$. Let $(\mathcal{P}_{t})_{t\ge0}$ be the Markovian semigroup associated to $X$ defined by $( \mathcal{P}_t f) (x) := \mathbb{E} [ f(X^ x(t))]$, $t\ge 0$, $x\in \mathbb{R}^d$, $f\in \mathcal{B}_b(\mathbb{R}^d)$. Let $B$ be a pseudo--differential operator characterized by its symbol $q$. Fix $\rho\in\mathbb{R}$. In this article we investigate under which conditions on $\sigma$, $L$ and $q$ there exist two constants $\gamma>0$ and $C>0$ such that $$ \lvert B \mathcal{P}_t u \rvert_{H^\rho_2} \le C \, t^{-\gamma} \,\lvert u \rvert_{H^\rho_2}, \quad \forall u \in {H^\rho_2}(\mathbb{R}^d ),\, t>0. $$
Aging, Gender and Poverty: The Case of a Slum in Bangalore
Sarayu Pani
Socio-Legal Review , 2010,
Abstract: This paper attempts to analyse the relationship between aging and gender relations in a slum in Koramangala, in Bangalore, which is deeply influenced by poverty, the phenomenon of globalisation and the changed social relations that accompany these factors. The paper makes the argument that while aging is influenced by gender, usually negatively, certain other factors like health and modified social relations bring other influences to the experience of aging. Hence, while patriarchal structures in the slum remain oppressive, the role a particular woman may play in this structure can change with age, owing to factors such as poverty and her role in the family.
Institutions that cannot manage change: A Gandhian perspective on the Cauvery dispute in South India
Narendar Pani
Water Alternatives , 2009,
Abstract: There is a growing recognition that water conflicts extend well beyond issues of water scarcity. Perceptions of scarcity are themselves based on assumptions of what is sufficient. And what is considered sufficient is in turn influenced by a number of social, economic and even political considerations. There is thus a need for a more inclusive method of understanding water conflicts and the institutions needed to address them. Among such alternative methods is the one used by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. This paper adopts the Gandhian method to reinterpret the interstate dispute over the water of the south Indian river, Cauvery. It then uses this more inclusive method to identify the conflict-easing and conflict- enhancing aspects of the dispute. In the process, the limitations of the existing institutions in addressing the conflict become evident.
Mladen Pani
Zbornik Radova Ekonomskog Fakulteta u Isto?nom Sarajevu , 2012,
Abstract: In many cases in insurancebusiness, the insurer takes the risk which by thelevel of insurance or probable maximum loss(PML) exceeds its financial capacity. The insurercan cover with reinsurance and coinsurance thepart of the contractual obligations that exceed thecapacity of the insurance company. Coinsuranceoccurs when risk is shared among several insurers,and reinsurance occurs when the excess of risk istransferred from one to more reinsurers.Reinsurance is the process which enables theinsurance company to avoid the risk of disasters inthe insurance mechanism. Reinsurance is the reinsuranceor insurance of the insurance."Reinsured" is an insurance company whoseinsurance risks are reinsured in whole or in part,while the "reinsurer" is the company of reinsurancebusiness. Reinsurance is of highly importance forthe safety of management of the insurers, because itincreases the capacity of risk-taking in insurance,protects one's own safety and safety of thereinsured. In addition, this can be supported by acommon saying which is used in the insurancesector and that is: "good insurance begins withreinsurance."
Katarina Pani
Zbornik Radova Ekonomskog Fakulteta u Isto?nom Sarajevu , 2012,
Abstract: In recent years there have beenchanges in marketing focus. For ‘50s we may say itwas period of mass marketing, for ‘70s the time ofmarketing segmentation, and ‘90s representsperiod of personalized marketing. Today’s accent ison the concept of relationship. Importance ofrelationship marketing, in the area of services, isdirectly linked with principle that customer’ssatisfaction and loyalty are closely related toprofitability. This article presents analysis of newservice paradigm which foregrounds satisfaction ofthe customers and satisfaction of the employees.The idea about connection between service qualityand productivity was developed in service-profitchain that connects quality of service delivered toemployees by others within organization withservice delivered to customers. This strategyprovides complete overview of business system, i.e.what happens during the movement of customersthrough service capacity, although there are otherways of making profit.
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