University of Malta

OAR@UoM is the UoM's institutional repository (IR) and is managed by the UoM Library. It is an online archive that collects, preserves and disseminates the intellectual output of the University. Subsequently, it is a vital tool for scholarly communication, preservation of knowledge and an important resource to enhance the visibility of the research carried out at the UoM.

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  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Elsevier, 2006)
    The world’s sub-national, island (or mainly island) jurisdictions constitute a timely, valid, and valuable category of political and economic analysis. On the basis of a global, largely inductive, and discriminant analysis, ...
  • Duca, Edward (University of Malta, 2017-03)
    Valletta is being transformed into Malta’s vibrant cultural hub. With this welcome upheaval, however, the need to preserve the unique urban façades of the capital city’s old establishments has become critical. Malta-based ...
  • de Lucca, Denis (University of Malta, 2017-03)
    The Baroque period was a time of great upheaval. Monarchs believed in the divine right to rule, a notion continuously threatened by the relentless spread of the Ottoman Empire. Civilisations clashed like never before, ...
  • Duca, Edward (University of Malta, 2016-12)
    As the beginning of Valletta’s term as European Capital of Culture draws ever closer, stakeholders in the tourism industry are increasingly excited about the opportunities the title will bring for Malta. Despite the economy’s ...
  • Duca, Edward (University of Malta, 2017-03)
    Not many Ph.D.s lead to a new programme of studies, but cardiac paediatrician Prof. Victor Grech’s did. His study on Infertility in Science Fiction inspired him and his supervisors, Prof. Ivan Callus and Prof. Clare Vassallo, ...

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