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The faculty involved in co-authored publications were then asked seven questions about their co-authoring arrangements.
Co-author Graham Colditz also co-authored a seriously flawed study that concluded obesity costs the US economy $117 billion each year.
Groves served as Managing Principal of Relativity Holdings, LLC where he co-authored high-frequency arbitrage models for the OTC FX markets.
Shukun Li, a respected Chinese public health scientist, today demanded that the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) release the copyright to a 1997 article that she co-authored and that was retracted by JOEM in 2006.
Shukun Li, a respected Chinese public health scientist, today demanded that the Wall Street Journal retract a front-page story that claimed a 1997 scientific study she co-authored was ghostwritten and the product of scientific fraud.
Danny Patterson, Senior Architect -- an Adobe Community Expert who has contributed over 40 articles to Community MX and MX Developers Journal as well as co-authored (with Lott) the book, Advanced ActionScript 3.
As the centerpiece of its company-wide Value Initiative, Deloitte published The Value Habit, a short book on creating and protecting shareholder value co-authored by Bob Dalton and Brent Wortman.
DENVER -- ARCADIS (NASDAQ: ARCAF)(EURONEXT: ARCAD), the international consulting and engineering company, announced that eight of its engineers, scientists and senior managers co-authored a book on perchlorate, a naturally occurring and anthropogenic chemical detected in the groundwater of 49 states.
In addition, he co-authored the book Java Testing Patterns (Wiley 2004) (http://www.