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a careful study of some social unit (as a corporation or division within a corporation) that attempts to determine what factors led to its success or failure

a detailed analysis of a person or group from a social or psychological or medical point of view

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In terms of the statistical results and case selection outcomes from the application of the methodology, we would expect both similarities and differences across jurisdictions.
Each case should be judged on its merits, as case selection depends not only on patient factors but also on the experience and expertise of the centre offering treatment.
Case selection for peer review presents another potential source of bias.
Although the authors succeeded in illustrating the importance of their research, the justification of the case selection is not properly discussed in the book.
Maruca's addressed the IRS's recent reorganization of its transfer pricing operations and the hoped-for effect on IRS enforcement and taxpayer compliance, especially through case selection for transfer pricing litigation.
It's true that some studies show an increase in stage IV breast cancer survival after primary site resection but this more likely reflects a bias of case selection than a true benefit of local therapy.
On the other hand, an IRS official said that the results from PCA-type cases were not used in the development of the new case selection system.
The only explanation he gives regarding the particular case selection is when he stresses his interest in the region, and states that "being unable to condense the work about the minority rights in the USSR into a manageable work" he decided "to concentrate on the future constitutional status of the three cases".
Our analysis indicated that both forum impact and case selection are at work.
The details of the surgical techniques, and the in-depth assessment for case selection, lie outside the remit of this issue of Advances in Breast Cancer, but an elegant summary is provided.
Case Selection Effect and the Results of WTO Dispute Settlement B.
Professor Yates and Elizabeth Coggins integrate political explanations of judging with theories of case selection from law and economics in their Article, "The Intersection of Judicial Attitudes and Litigant Selection Theories: Explaining U.
Slim's case selection is not justified by any particular logic or explanation--there is, in his words, "no particular rationale" (p.
Color drawings and, where appropriate, radiological images illustrate the technique or approach and the uniformly-formatted chapters cover case selection, operative indications and contraindications, anesthetic considerations, step- by-step instruction on the operations, and postoperative complications.
While there will always be room for referral systems in a program such as the CCP, basing initial case selection on health risk predictive modeling output enables the program to efficiently evaluate all eligible members.