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Comparative international auditing and corporate governanceComparative international auditing and corporate governance
A. Auditing is expected to improve the precision, quality and reliability of information made available to the market, and to enhance investor confidence in such information
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On reclassifying industries from the standard industrial classification system to the north american industry classification systemOn reclassifying industries from the standard industrial classification system to the north american industry classification system
Shawn D. Klimek and David R. Merrell, Center for Economic Studies, U. S. Bureau of the Census
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The difference between "optimizing" and "satisficing" models of individual decision making
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Don’t blame the norm. On the challenge of ecological rationality AbstractDon’t blame the norm. On the challenge of ecological rationality Abstract
In one of the dualities typical of Enlightenment thinking, rationality was set in stark contrast to the dark and irrational forces of human nature
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Prepared for the Western Political Science Conference, April 2014Prepared for the Western Political Science Conference, April 2014
Because of this central focus on voting as the main form of citizen participation, evaluation of contemporary democracies requires an assessment of the meaningfulness of electoral participation as an exercise of citizens’ political
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Rational Ignorance and BeyondRational Ignorance and Beyond
Acknowledgements: I thank conference participants and the volume editor s for advice. This essay borrows some of its ideas from Mackie
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Name Tuesday Class Time (circle one) 740 930 1220Name Tuesday Class Time (circle one) 740 930 1220
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Races in the United StatesRaces in the United States
But in America the people, one may almost say, have dropped from the sky. They are in the land, but not yet an integral part of it. The population product is artificial and exotic. It is as yet unrelated to its physical environment
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Understanding internal controlsUnderstanding internal controls
Roles vary with responsibility, however, Business Officers play a key role in assuring that high standards of business and ethical practices are followed because they are ultimately responsible for the appropriate use and control of the resources entrusted
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Culture and cultural analysis as experimental systemsCulture and cultural analysis as experimental systems
As a way of thinking about how the anthropological and social science notion of culture has evolved as an analytic tool. Where this essay ends provides the starting point, in reciprocal manner
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Parameter – a number that describes some characteristic of the population. The value of a parameter is usually not known because we cannot examine the entire population. StatisticParameter – a number that describes some characteristic of the population. The value of a parameter is usually not known because we cannot examine the entire population. Statistic
Greek letter rho) for the population proportion and (p-hat) the sample proportion is used to represent the unknown parameter ρ
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