Broadly speaking there is considerable homogeneity
between the EU and the EEA EFTA states.
The finding that homogeneity
matters for environmental demand adds to our understanding of how collective decision making and group preferences influence the public provision of environmental quality.
Panel B presents results of the second set of tests, which examine whether the NAICS4 grouping improves homogeneity
measures by tracing the CLEANED NAICS industries back to their prior SIC3 industries and using paired t-tests.
of all three RAP sample sets determined by of comparing the max variances in the gradation of mass percentage passing the sieves at the significance level [alpha] = 0.
Functional R is shift invariant (2) with abscissa homogeneity
property (4) and ordinate homogeneity
The main issue of interest in the current study is what relationship, if any, exists between cultural homogeneity
and happiness for nations of the world.
in the temporal differential between the OED textual prototypes
In this way it is possible to evaluate the homogeneity
of sample deformation by measuring the diameters along its length.
Education is of course a key to the promotion of a more authentic Caribbean architecture, and is fundamental in guarding against the threat of homogeneity
in the face of globalisation.
They are salutary counterpoints to the homogeneity
, predictability, and control that the rest of the built environment imposes upon us.
In this program, participating laboratories are provided with subsamples from a source of a suitable degree of homogeneity
, which they are expected to test at comparable levels of competence.
One of the problems that could occur with this proliferation of models off of a single platform is that there could be homogeneity
ACULYN 38 has compatibility with a wide range of cosmetic materials so that it can create a wide range of rinse-off and leave-on products with improved transparency, homogeneity
The new laws shift more of the regulatory processes to the European Union and therefore offer a greater opportunity for homogeneity
of Groningen, the Netherlands) take a historical approach to the questions of whether ethnic homogeneity
can be perceived as a condition of democracy, the relevance of ethnic diversity or homogeneity
to the success or failure of democracy in Europe during the 19th and 20th century, and the way democracies cope with ethnic diversity in comparison to other political systems (empires and dictatorships in particular).