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Howling monkey feeding behavior and plant secondary compounds: A study of strategies
(The Ecology of arboreal folivores, 1978-06-01)
The Economics of the Network-Affiliate Relationship
(American Economic Review, 1975-12)
Technical Change and Firm Size: The Pharmaceutical Industry
The plan of this paper is as follows: First, we summarize and point out several problems we found with Comanor's study. Section III presents the results from a two-equation model that decomposes the technical change measure ...
"TIPS and Technical Change in Classroom Instruction"
(American Economic Review, 1972-05)
Managerial and Stockholder Welfare Models of Firm Expenditures
(Review of Economics and Statistics, 1972-02)
Habitat description and resource utilization: A preliminary report on mantled howling monkey ecology
(Socioecology and psychology of primates, 1975-06-01)
Feeding associations between howling monkeys and basilisk lizards
A Survey of Users of Corporate Planning Models
Why are over 2,000 corporations either using, developing, or planning to develop some form of corporate simulation model? What types of companies are using corporate planning models? How are they being used? Which resources ...
The Economics of the Network-Affilate Relationship: Comment
The purpose of this note is to correct serveral erros in the ingenius graphical analysis of the economics of network-affiliate relationship in the television broadcasting industry.
Capital deepening response in an economy with heterogeneous capital goods
Capital deepening is an important con- cept in traditional capital theory. In a one-sector model it has an unambiguous definition, describing an increase in the physical capital-labor ratio...