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Synonyms for Tinbergen

Dutch zoologist who showed that much animal behavior is innate and stereotyped (1907-1988)

Dutch economist noted for his work in econometrics (1903-1994)

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Thomas Peeters is an assistant professor at the Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam and a fellow of the Tinbergen Institute and the Erasmus Research Institute of Management.
Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989) is associated along with Tinbergen with the study of animals in their natural environment and with the development of the discipline of ethology.
The University of Oxfords core focus on environmental sustainability has resulted in demanding targets of operational performance for both the Tinbergen Buildings new build and refurbishment elements.
I will use two terms that have been used by Tinbergen, although again it seems necessary to change his definitions so as to make the terms as useful as possible, in the light of the experience of the Community as it has evolved.
Though the male crickets usually chirp, some female crickets do as well (Lorenz and Tinbergen, 2010).
Hauck, Dominic, Erik Ansink, Jetske Bouma, and Daan van Soest (2014), "Social Network Effects and Green Consumerism," Tinbergen Institute DP 150/VIII.
One of the methods of selection of appropriate lag length is Ad Hoc approach popularized by Alt (1) and Tinbergen (2) for money-price relationship.
Wilson follows the great evolutionists Ernst Mayr and Niko Tinbergen in urging us to carefully separate ultimate (evolutionary) causes from proximate causes, such as those involving individual motives.
For the first time the gravity model was applied in an analysis of international flows of commodities in the nineteen sixties by a Dutch economist and physicist, Tinbergen [36].
Seeing Kalecki's interactions with not only those such as Keynes and Richard Kahn but also with economists like Jan Tinbergen and Ragnar Frisch helps us to appreciate what was going on in economics in the 1930s, which was not solely due to the advent of 'Keynesian' macroeconomics.
von Frisch y Nikolaas Tinbergen, han influido de gran forma algunos desarrollos teoricos psicologicos (desde el proceso de imprinting hacia las teorias de apego y cognicion social).
The authors provide a critical view of the methodologies of structural econometrics as first developed by Frisch and Tinbergen and extended by Haavelmo and the Cowles Project as ontological and epistemological failures and propose to abandon the "methodological individualism" of the neoclassical econometrics approach and substitute the "methodological institutionalism" articulated in previous writings by coauthor Nell.
In the language of Tinbergen [1952], two cycles and two objectives call for two instruments.
This model was first adopted by Tinbergen (1962) and Poyhonen (1963) for estimating bilateral trade flows within the European Union (EU).
This theory builds on the idea proposed by Tinbergen (1974) of a race between technology (demand) and education (supply of skills), which was clearly won by the former.