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Downstream Horizontal Integration and Dealer Network Performance
A game theoretical model featuring a manufacturer and two dealers is proposed to investigate the effects of downstream horizontal integration on network performance. It is shown that the decision to integrate depends on ...
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Fall of the House of Euro – German capitalism and the long search for a ‘spatial fix
From the standpoint of capitalism in Germany, the European Union and the Eurozone are but the two most recent stations on the long pilgrimage to find a spatial fix, attempts to alleviate the perennial problem of a ...
Mobilization of Workers: Labour Education and Publication in Chinese Revolution: 1919-1927
Chinese proletariat was young and numerically weak in the 1920s. These workers nevertheless played a decisive role in the great strike wave culminating in the mid-1920s. Western scholars have provided conflicting narratives ...
Challenges to Connection- Changes in the Land and in Ways of Life in Kaska Dena Territory
The relationship to land is crucial for the well being of Kaska people. To maintain connection to the land, skills and language are both needed. Much knowledge about the land and how to live well on the land and with other ...
Disabling Mothers: Creating a Different Discourse for Postpartum Depression
Women have historically been direct targets for psychiatric “disordering” for a variety of well documented reasons that include their biology as well as their socially and culturally constructed gender roles. Depression ...
Dynamic Effects of African Economic Integration: Evidence from Panel Data
This paper uses panel data to estimate the impact of AMU, COMESA, ECCAS, ECOWAS and SADC regional economic integrations on the level and rate of growth of economic activity in Africa. The impacts of each integration scheme ...
Ethics and Economics: An Internal Relation
The relationship between ethics and economics in the modern age is typically viewed as external. This view is most usually articulated in the notion that for economic relations to be ethical, an ethic must be imposed; ...
The Association Between Dementia Status, Co-morbidity, and Osteoporosis Treatment: A Population-Based Nested Case-Control Study
BACKGROUND: Increasing age and a diagnosis of dementia both dramatically increase the risk of serious osteoporosis related sequela. At the same time, there remains an overall low rate of osteoporosis treatment particularly ...