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The Role of Energy in a Real Business Cycle Model with an Endogenous Capital Utilization Rate in a Government Sector: Lessons from Bulgaria (1999–2016)

–20. 10.1016/S0304-3932(96)01282-2 Hamilton James. 1996 ”This Is What Happened to the Oil Price-Macroeconomy Relationship,” Journal of Monetary Economics 38 215 20 [13] Hansen, Lars and Kenneth Singleton. 1983. ”Stochastic Consumption, Risk Aversion, and the Temporal Behavior of Asset Returns,” Journal of Political Economy 91: 249–65. 10.1086/261141 Hansen Lars Kenneth Singleton. 1983 ”Stochastic Consumption, Risk Aversion, and the Temporal Behavior of Asset Returns,” Journal of Political Economy 91 249 65 [14] Hodrick, Robert

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Military Expenditures and Shadow Economy in the Central and Eastern Europe: is There a Link?

.7376 0.7553 0.7552 N 99 99 99 99 99 * p < 0.1 ** p < 0.05 *** p < 0.01 The coefficients corresponding to military expenditures remained positive and highly significant and their size in models 2–5 has even increased. This result alludes us that misuse of funds and military-controlled property play a higher role in determining the size of shadow economy than agents’ changed behavior, because it is unlikely that agents keep track of all temporal changes in government expenditures, while global trends are more likely to affect their

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Mechanics of Investment Drivers in Chinese Economy

China : An application of global data envelopment analysis. Applied Energy , 147 , 617–626. 28. Wei, S., Xie, Z., & Zhang, X. (2017). From “Made in China” to “Innovated in China”: Necessity, Prospect, and Challenges. Journal of Economic Perspectives , 31 (1), 49–70. 29. WTO. (2018). World Trade Statistical Review. World Trade Organisation . 30. Xie, H., & Wang, W. (2015). Exploring the Spatial-Temporal Disparities of Urban Land Use Economic Efficiency in China and Its Influencing Factors under

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The Decisive Moment(s or periods) in the Application of Income Tax Rules and the Importance of Events Thereafter – a Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish Perspective and Comparison

, those two positions should in principle be answered in the light of the same arguments. 3.2 On Objective and Subjective Necessary Conditions in Relation to Subsequent Information What significance events after the decisive moment have for the assessment of the situation at the decisive moment, and what events that are to be taken into account, may vary depending on what, according to the respective tax rules, should have been the case (the necessary conditions). Therefore, in order to win full precision in handling the temporal issues regarding tax law

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Technology Roadmaps, Innovation Journeys, and Nanoworld: A Spatio-temporal Consolidation of the EC Nanotechnology Policy


Technology roadmaps have become an essential part of the European Commission’s (EC) nanotechnology policy strategies. They represent socio-technical landscapes and evolving pathways, suggesting the underlying or otherwise supportive metaphorical patterns and narrative structures. For the same reason, however, roadmaps are problematic assemblages: they can simplify and distort reality, and filter things that don’t fit. The presented study combines cognitive linguistics with narratology to scrutinise the European Commission’s nanotechnology roadmapping as a discursive formation. It targets the systematic metaphors in approximately two-hundred news and reports on nanotechnology, compiled ad hoc from the CORDIS database (between the years 1999–2015). It is argued that the identified metaphors correspond to a discourse topology of ‘locations’, ‘events’, and their structures, especially as regards to the dilemma of ‘path dependence’, overcoming ‘knowledge gaps’, and reaching ‘nanoworld’. These are accompanied by a narrative climax of developing mature science policy model, in the arrangement of actions and roles for the European governments, science (nanotechnology), policy, and the public. The study demonstrates how systematic metaphors engage all the actors in the narrative of ‘innovation journey’ to form stabilised structures of meaning, that is, spatio-temporal consolidation of nanotechnology policy. It is imperative to continuously assess the context of such consolidation, being less overt but not necessarily less effective, in privileging some meanings, interests, and practices over the others, thereby excluding other political alternatives.

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Preparing for the Adoption of the New Arrival

, 42 (November), pp. 431 - 442. Trope, Yaacov and Nira Liberman (2003): “Temporal Construal”, Psychological Review, 110 (3), pp. 403 - 421.

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Household financialization – sense and scale of this phenomenon on the example of poland

. NBP, (2016). Sytuacja finansowa sektora gospodarstw domowych w I kw. 2016 r ., nr 3/16. Warszawa: NBP. Palley, T. (2007). Financialization: What It Is and Why It Matters . The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College. Working Papers, no. 525. Pellandini-Simányi, L., Hammer, F., Vargha, Z. (2015). The Financialization of Everyday Life or the Domestication of Finance? How Mortgages Engage with Borrowers’ Temporal Horizons, Relationships and Rationality in Hungary. Cultural Studies , 29(5-6), 733-759. Potocki, T. (2014). Finansjalizacja i jej

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Automating Forward and Reverse Supply Chains in the Context of Industry 4.0

-44. Cerquides, J., Endriss, U., Giovannucci,. A., Rodriguez-Aguilar, J. A. (2007). Bidding languages and winner determination for mixed multi-unit combinatorial auctions. s.l., IJCAI, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.. Chan, F., Chan, H., Jain, V. (2012). A framework of reverse logistics for the automobile industry. International Journal of Production Research, 50(5), 1318-1331. Collins, J., Ketter, W., Gini, M., Mobasher, B. (2002). A multi-agent negotiation testbed for contracting tasks with temporal and precedence constraints. International Journal of

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The Effect of Foreign Equity Ownership on Corporate Social Responsibility: Empirical Evidence from Poland

-931. Short, J.C., McKenny, A.F., Ketchen, D.J., Snow, C.C., Hult, G.T.M. (2016). An Empirical Examination of Firm, Industry, and Temporal Effects on Corporate Social performance. Business & Society, 55 (8), 1122-1156. Steurer, R., Konrad, A. (2009). Business–society Relations in Central-Eastern and Western Europe: How Those Who Lead in Sustainability Reporting Bridge the Gap in Corporate (Social) Responsibility. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 25 (1), 23-36. Stiebale, J., Reize, F. (2011). The Impact of FDI Through Mergers and Acquisitions on Innovation

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Energy Consumption and GGP in the OECD Countries: A Causality Analysis

Consumption, Economic Growth and Prices: A reassessment using panel VECM for developed and developing countries” Energy Policy, Vol. 35, No. 4, April, pp 2481-2490. 31. Masih, A. M. M. and R. Masih (1998) “A multivariate cointegrated modelling approach in testing temporal causality between energy consumption, real income and prices with an application to two Asian LDCs”. Applied Economics 30(10), 1287-1298. Nakano S, A.Okamura, N. Sakurai, M.Suzuki, Y.Tojo and N. Yamano (2009), “The Measurement of CO2 Embodiments in International Trade Evidence from the

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