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10,000 Steps? Phyllis Curtis10,000 Steps? Phyllis Curtis
It is actually said that they were invented by Leonardo da Vinci. They have been used for centuries since people have been interested in measuring the distance they travel by walking and/or jogging
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Chapter 12: Financial Returns and Risk Concepts Multiple ChoiceChapter 12: Financial Returns and Risk Concepts Multiple Choice
The monthly (dollar) return equals the stock price at the end of the month minus the stock price at the beginning of the month plus
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7 Japanese Self-Criticism Beyond Self-Presentation: Evidence for Self-Criticism Among Japanese7 Japanese Self-Criticism Beyond Self-Presentation: Evidence for Self-Criticism Among Japanese
Canadians were reluctant to conclude that they had performed worse than their average classmate, Japanese were hesitant to conclude that they had performed better
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When Parties Matter: The Conditional Influence of Party PositionsWhen Parties Matter: The Conditional Influence of Party Positions
Paper prepared for presentation at the seventh biennial conference of the European Community Studies Association, Pittsburgh June 3-5 1999
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Robert EngleRobert Engle
Robert Engle is Visiting Professor of Finance, Stern School of Business, New York University, New York, and Professor of Economics, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California
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A retrospective Look at Rescuing and Restructuring General Motors and Chrysler February 19, 2015A retrospective Look at Rescuing and Restructuring General Motors and Chrysler February 19, 2015
U. S. government, the analysis used to evaluate their request, and the steps taken by the government to rescue them. The paper also summarizes the performance of the U. S. auto industry since the bailout and draws some general lessons from
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Chapter 9 Integrating evidence on the determinants of productivityChapter 9 Integrating evidence on the determinants of productivity
Within this framework, existing results from the empirical literature can be evaluated and new directions for future work can be identified
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The Role of the Real Interest Rate in us macroeconomic HistoryThe Role of the Real Interest Rate in us macroeconomic History
This points to a monetary explanation of the Great Depression, and it suggests that central banks should suspend monetary policy rules that target inflation if there is an adverse political or economic shock that creates consumer pessimism
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Financial Changes and Optimal Spending Rates Among Top Liberal Arts Colleges 1996-2001Financial Changes and Optimal Spending Rates Among Top Liberal Arts Colleges 1996-2001
Despite current claims of financial crisis, these calculations show that most of these institutions have spending rates well below the rate that would be required to achieve inter-generational equity
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Statistics for the social and behavioral sciences recitation 12Statistics for the social and behavioral sciences recitation 12
We want to see whether high school gpa causes college gpa. We first run a univariate regression
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Economic Freedom and the Business Cycle: The Egyptian ExperienceEconomic Freedom and the Business Cycle: The Egyptian Experience
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Inequality and Corruption: The Role of Land Reform in Korea, Taiwan, and the PhilippinesInequality and Corruption: The Role of Land Reform in Korea, Taiwan, and the Philippines
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Monetary Policy Transparency in the uk: The Impact of Independence and Inflation TargetingMonetary Policy Transparency in the uk: The Impact of Independence and Inflation Targeting
Where we advance substantially on earlier work is to look at the cross-sectional dispersion of agents’ anticipation. If the benefit of transparency is the elimination of policy surprise
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Multiple Linear RegressionMultiple Linear Regression
It seems only natural, therefore, that we might wish to add variables we think significant to the model with the goal of reducing the (unexplained) random variation in the dependent variable, i e., producing a better fitting model
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