R&D spending therefore not only generates new knowledge but contributes to the firm's absorptive capacity due to the properties of cumulativeness
and its effect on expectation formation (Cohen and Levinthal 1990).
Specific features of accessibility, cumulativeness
and sources of knowledge determine the technological regime of a specific sectoral system, (10) that is, the opportunity to innovate and the possibility of appropriability.
What we know as cumulativeness
of risks, forming socio-environmental vulnerability, is formed from the relationship between nature and society, which are both at risk (MENDONCA, 2011).
The variable [lambda] depends on the degree of cumulativeness
, opportunity and appropriability.
Unidimensionality and cumulativeness
of the Loneliness Scale using Mokken Scale Analysis for polychotomous items.
Heidegger's conception of authenticity is notoriously difficult to define or encapsulate, but as a starting point let us take Charles Guignon's explanation that for Heidegger "an authentic life is lived as a unified flow characterized by cumulativeness
and direction" ("Authenticity, Moral Values" 229).
Therefore the magnitude is easier to see because of this pooling and cumulativeness
However, there was no analysis in Semanza: the Tribunal merely stated that "the convictions for instigating the rape of Victim A (Count 10) and the torture of Victim A (Count 11) present no problems of cumulativeness
, because they contain different legal elements.
Each of these eight cases may produce several documents every few months, all of which would need to be carefully weighed for materiality and cumulativeness
to each pending U.