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Kunelius teaches journalism at the University of Tampere.
Such cut throat competition is rife in countries with the highest incidence of fraud in the new study, including the United States, Germany, China and Japan, says Kalevi Korpela, a psychologist at the University of Tampere in Finland.
Hence, the library has obtained professional support from renowned and experienced libraries of the University of Helsinki and the University of Tampere from Finland to assist in developing and strengthening the capacity of the institution's library.
The conference was jointly organised by Markus Jantti of Stockholm University, Ravi Kanbur, a UNU-WIDER board member, of Cornell University and Jukka Pirttila of University of Tampere.
The authors, from of the University of Tampere, said the claims for the use of these preventative drugs are based on clinical trials, where patients are carefully selected and receive special attention from dedicated staff.
The UN Security Council's hasty decision to pass Resolution 1929 against Iran was unconstructive," Mousavi said on Monday, addressing people at 'Tampere Peace Research Institute', an independent research center within the framework of the Institute for Social Research of the University of Tampere.
Dr Tuula Paajanen, from the University of Tampere in Finland, who led the study said: "We hope that this association is recognised to be true and more effort is targeted to finding out the possible, mechanisms behind it.