Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies has been awarded a grant for the NATO’s multi-year Science for Peace and Security Project

The TUT’s Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies, CAPS, is pleased to inform that NATO has awarded a grant for the Alliance’s multi-year Science for Peace and Security Project – “NATO Global Perceptions - Views from Asia-Pacific Region” – which the CAPS proposed in collaboration with the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand) and the University of Toledo (OH, Toledo, United States).

Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies has been awarded a grant for the NATO’s multi-year Science for Peace and Security Project

Smaller corporation tax brings more foreign investments

 The doctoral dissertation, defended at TUT, studies the importance of the corporation tax system on passing decisions on foreign investments.

Smaller corporation tax brings more foreign investments

TUT research laboratory signed a cooperation agreement with a U.S. Army research organisation

The research laboratory of proactive technologies of the Tallinn University of Technology signed a cooperation agreement with a United States Army research organisation.

TUT research laboratory signed a cooperation agreement with a U.S. Army research organisation

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