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نتایج جستجو برای Sector

تعداد نتایج: 48287  

The employment is a requisite if one wants to have a normal life, decent meals and a place to stay; it socializes the people and gives them some survival and esteem feeling in the society. Besides that Employment boosts personal well fear, morale integrity and self confidence. In India economy is diverse where employees are employed in agriculture, handicraft, a wide range of modern industries,...

2009
Simona Grassi, Ching-to Albert Ma,

We study the interaction between nonprice public rationing and prices in the private market. Under a limited budget, the public supplier uses a rationing policy. A private firm may supply the good to those consumers who are rationed by the public system. Consumers have different amounts of wealth, and costs of providing the good to them vary. We consider two regimes. First, the public supplier ...

Journal: :Journal of safety research 2008
Michael Behm,

Construction is a large, dynamic, and complex industry sector that plays an important role in the U.S. economy. Construction workers and employers build our roads, houses, and workplaces and repair and maintain our nation's physical infrastructure. Construction work can involve building of new structures, which may include activities involved with subdivi­ ding land for sale as building sites o...

1965
Vera Derer,

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2008
Gudrun Heinrich,

Sector decomposition is a constructive method to isolate divergences from parameter integrals occurring in perturbative quantum field theory. We explain the general algorithm in detail and review its application to multi-loop Feynman parameter integrals as well as infrared divergent phase-space integrals over real radiation matrix elements.

2006
Ross H. McLeod,

Development economists often analyse the performance of particular sectors of the economy, yet they have largely ignored that of one of the most important sectors, namely, the public sector, the performance of which is demonstrably poor. They are also continually giving recommendations to the Indonesian government as to what constitutes sound economic policy, whereas there is abundant evidence ...

2012
Garett Jones, George Mason,

Differences in worker skill cause modest differences in wages within a country, but are associated with massive differences in productivity across countries (Hanushek and Kimko, 2000). I build upon Kremer’s (1993) O-ring theory of production to explain this stylized fact. I posit that there are two kinds of jobs: O-ring jobs where strategic complementarities to skill are large, and a diminishin...

2014
Judith Hellerstein, Sonia Jorge, Mark Jamison, Jean-Pierre Chamoux,

Overview Multi-sector regulation is understood to be the functioning of a single regulatory agency that has responsibility for several different utility sectors such as telecom (ICT), energy, water, and sanitation with similar economic and legal characteristics. We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the multi-sector approach, and provide some lessons learned and best practices for...

2012
Paolo Marchetti,

Strategy Deepening IFAD's engagement with the private sector Cover photo: IFAD supports rural business development in Moldova: Women prepare croissants for baking at the Finetia company in Sturzovca village. 3 Abbreviations and acronyms 3 Executive summary 4 Introduction 5 Background 5 Definition of the private sector and public-private partnerships 5 The changing role of the private sector in ...

2011
Joseph DeSantis,

Perhaps the primary concern faced by asset managers, investors, and advisors is the need to focus portfolio risk where more skill has been demonstrated, while reducing or eliminating risk where there has been less skill proven. Surprisingly, limited research has been done on this topic, even though the issue is critically important to both institutional and individual investors who seek to find...