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We argue that the cointegrating relation between dividends and consumption, a measure of long-run consumption risks, is a key determinant of risk premia at all investment horizons. As the investment horizon increases, transitory risks…

We argue that the cointegrating relation between dividends and consumption, a measure of long run consumption risks, is a key determinant of risk premia at all investment horizons. As the investment horizon increases, transitory risks…

… factor Γ_ 0 ≈ 10 ^ 4. The combination of two effects both linked to the circumstellar disk (CD), is a key element in the proposed model. The first effect is related to the impact of the surrounding medium on the termination of the pulsar wind.

We argue that the binding between doubly occupied (doublon) and empty (holon) sites governs the incoherent excitations and plays a key role in the Mott transition in strongly correlated Mott-Hubbard systems. We construct a new saddle point…

… longitudinal, quasi-experimental field study, involving the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990 (NLEA), and we focus on firm market share within a category as a key asymmetry. Findings indicate that, in general, the NLEA had no effect on firm…

We argue that selected $S$ wave meson-baryon channels may play a key role to match poor baryon mass predictions from quark models with data. The identification of these channels with effective inelastic channels in data analysis allows to…

We argue that rules and rule-following provide a key means of solving social dilemmas by revealing information about individual willingness to cooperate, thereby facilitating assortative matching and the exclusion of non-cooperative types.

… possibly with a compositional semantics. The syntax is in all clear cases simple and finite-state. With respect to meaning, nearly all cases of call concatenation can be analyzed as conjunction. But a key question concerns the division of…

We argue that relative price changes are a key component of the Phillips curve relationship between inflation and output. Building on work by Ball and Mankiw, we propose including measures of the variances and skewness of relative price…

We argue that psychopathology, as the discipline that assesses and makes sense of abnormal human subjectivity, should be at the heart of psychiatry. It should be a basic educational prerequisite in the curriculum for mental health professionals and a key element of the shared intellectual identity of clinicians and researchers in this field…

… tightly interrelated set of capabilities, particularly by investing to create highly specialized components). Second, when individuals attempt to reintegrate a task, they often fail to use a key mechanism for integration: ongoing…

We argue that large scale user-driven community networks are becoming viable in areas without access to telecommunication services due to lack of commercial interest. We discuss the design of a key component supporting this claim: a…

Sun’s deep interior composition with it surface, testing a key assumption of the standard solar model (SSM), a homogeneous zero-age Sun. It would also provide a cross-check on recent photospheric abundance determinations that have altered the…

… ejection forces” appear to play a key role in regulating kinetochore directional instability, and hence, positions achieved by chromosomes on the spindle…

… relations). If a martian graced our planet, it would be struck by one remarkable similarity among Earth’s living creatures and a key difference. Concerning similarity, it would note that all living things are designed on the basis of highly conserved de…

We argue that a key to further advances in the elds of image analysis and compression is a better understanding of texture. We review a number of applications that critically depend on texture analysis, including image and video…

We argue that a key question for the comparison of the field-specific shaping of scientific communication systems in the Digital Age is the identification and characterization of the unit of research: scientific collectives and their…

We argue that a key difference among non-democracies is the extent to which autocratic leaders create institutionalized ruling parties as a way of making credible commitments to investors. We show that to be effective in this role,…

We argue that a good partnership between academia, industry and learning communities is a key to preparing students adequately for the manufacturing industry and for exchanging knowledge between stakeholders of ever growing innovation in…

We argue that a firm’s aggregate risk is a key determinant of whether it manages its future liquidity needs through cash reserves or bank lines of credit. Banks create liquidity for firms by pooling their idiosyncratic risks. As a result,…

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