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The data also indicate that cumulation has been a more important provision for antidumping cases.
In both situations, the most positive level of evaluative responses is shown to occur in the part of the commercial in which there is a cumulation of a certain number of instances of brand presence.
SAR[.sub.jt] = u[.sub.jt]/s[.sub.jt]C[.sub.jt] where s[.sub.jt] is the residual standard error for company j during the estimation period and C[.sub.jt] is a company-specific adjustment factor reflecting the fact that the cumulation returns are predicted outside of the estimation period.[16] Summing abnormal returns across intervals provides cumulative abnormal returns for each security (CAR[.sub.j]), and the cumulative average abnormal return (CAAR) for a set of N companies is the mean CAR across companies.
The Swiss textiles and clothing industry in particular is dependent on the expansion of the pan-European cumulation zone to include the Mediterranean countries.
The CompuMath Citation Index is also available in a print edition, which is published semiannually and includes two hard-cover semiannual cumulations as well as in a 1976-1980 print cumulation, which provides all the data and features of the corresponding annuals plus thousands of records not previously indexed in the annuals.
Yet, while Burnett's methodology leads him to interpret unemployment as a series of comparable individual experiences, Keyssar rightly understands unemployment to be an analyzable, quantifiable, chronologically located sociological phenomenon, with a history that differs from a cumulation of life stories.
At that time one of my responsibilities was managing a newspaper and magazine indexing service with weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual, and quinquennial cumulation and printing jobs that could take hours.
According to the Economic Chamber of Macedonia, with this agreement Serbia will join Macedonia and Montenegro in using diagonal cumulation of origin of goods with Turkey and the EU.
The negotiations in progress for a complete EPA cover services and investment, as well as certain provisions of the interim EPA (including the most favoured nation' clause, export taxes, free movement of goods, sustainable development, nascent industry and cumulation of origin).
The pan-Euro-Mediterranean cumulation system, another very important mechanism, was added to the Barcelona Process in 2003.
The book's chapters are largely organized around the albums, including singles that were originally released at the same time and later re-released on "cumulation albums." Chapter 1 encompasses the period of Revolver; chapter 2, Sgt.
The editors' central thesis is that the complexity of the field and methodological differences among researchers make cumulation of research on international conflict, crisis, and war extremely difficult to achieve.
Although each issue is cumulative, an annual cumulation is included in the subscription.
Also, according to Nuri, apart from the raised trade, Macedonia went a step further relative to the other countries of the region by establishing diagonal cumulation with Turkey.
Mandelson wants to build on the recent "constructive" steps taken by Algiers, which had accepted the Pan-Euromed protocol on cumulation of origin, which helps Mediterranean countries produce goods in regional supply chains and still benefit from preferential access to the EU market.