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One of the earlier algorithms that address diversified ranking on graphs by vertex selection with absorbing random walks is Grasshopper  . ... space around the legal query. ... ., diversifying historical archives  , diversifying user comments on news articles  , diversifying microblog posts [10, 11] , diversifying image retrieval results  , diversifying recommendations ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44944-9_44 fatcat:gjqpobvhxfcw5dgnexscpfc7na
We further propose that home country legal institutions moderate the link between geographic diversifi cation and fi rm performance. 0 These hypotheses are tested with historical data on 435 multinational ... to pursue international diversifi cation than their counterparts from common law countries; and the effect of international diversifi cation on fi rm performance was more pronounced among MNCs from civil ... In order to capture the effect of legal institutions, countries were classifi ed according to their legal traditions, using data for 1987 (La Porta et al. 1998 ). ...doi:10.1007/s11575-008-0102-0 fatcat:x237n42tofaudp7j7cyblvojsi
where the shares of the companies are listed. ... However, the very question of the management and governance of these stock exchange houses are always under the scanner across the globe in view of the limitations of their historic pattern of member-owned ... Moreover, the board of BSE is also gender diversified with one woman director in board. ...doi:10.31098/ijmesh.v4i1.525 fatcat:w4uwuocpjrebhopie3kb35c5ke
of “‘transpersonalistic”’ idea— are being considered the true and sole origin of the legal or social order. ... Only in order to secure and pro- mote most effectively these interests, or in order to prevent their being thwarted, various associations have been founded, among them the state and the legal or- der. ...
The main findings reveal that the most efficient tourism destinations correspond to mixed or diversified destinations: those that combine some dimensions such as cultural, rural and wine tourism. ... Another major contribution is the use of a radial DEA model to confirm the results of the study. ... the effect of legal form on firm efficiency. ...doi:10.3390/su12229493 fatcat:l7eczoamnncxthcfmqsgijgsou
The results confirm the predictions of the financial growth cycle of small business theory, which argues that company size and age affect the probability of diversifying the financial structure. ... A database with 89 Argentine Technology-Based MSMEs is used, applying an Ordered Logit model to analyze the variables affecting financial diversification in these companies. ... This finding does not agree with bivariate analysis, indicating that when significant variables such as size and age are incorporated, the legal form's effect on the probability to diversify the sources ...doi:10.1590/1808-057x201909580 fatcat:szrlucs6kfgzrhje7nkf7r2hei
Without legal unity, there can be no legal community and no social order. In line with Pascal's first statement, law, without unity, is chaos. ... It essentially mirrors States' desire for more diversified and specialized legal regimes, instituted to deal with a variety of international needs. ...doi:10.7202/1069121ar fatcat:z6b5jzirdnevzpqkelrsugfive
because their own status is at stake; a bride-giving family must, in order to assert itself against the family to which it has lost a woman, send her off in the greatest manner they can afford. ... It is clear that at least in these two cases the legal bases of dowry and inheritance were distinct. ...
Paradoxically, the function of the legal order therefore is to co-ordinate the activities that constitute civilization on a common basis of security and, in so doing, to satisfy the needs of each local ... As the pretensions of the corresponding local laws to control international or interstate commerce thus inevitably overlap, the legal order also in- volves integration of the diversity of the laws of which ...doi:10.2307/837480 fatcat:ax7s3lksqzfnnc3cl755z2ajca
Acknowledgments The order of the authors' names is alphabetical; they contributed equally to the writing of this paper. ... The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not reflect the views of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission or its staff. ... Revenues from both lines of business of the diversified firm flow into the same legal entity-a simple corporation. ...doi:10.1287/orsc.9.1.49 fatcat:5dy27qvwtzb2njzs6sawcjvyg4
The aim of this study is to substantiate the methodical approach to the selection of the optimal organizational structure for the machine-building business. ... The necessity of taking into account the extent of the personnel diversification and the production volume has been revealed for the optimum organizational structure determination in the machine-building ... The methodical approach to the organizational structure formation of a diversified machine-building association In order to measure the degree of optimal diversification we propose to use the matrix of ...doi:10.1051/shsconf/20173501149 fatcat:tc2d3xjj2baubfsfwhtedsrblm
PESTLE (political, economic, social, technological, legal, environmental) analysis was performed in order to determine the driving forces of M&As in the energy industry. ... During 1995–2010, most M&A events were conducted in order to explore synergies and benefit from cost reduction. ... Dynamics that are shown regarding diversifying vs. consolidating M&As in the energy industry imply that companies pursue diversifying M&As in order to expand their product and service portfolio. ...doi:10.3390/en14082158 fatcat:myanu5exnzbj5inssq64wny7vm
Acknowledgements We wish to thank Richard Caves of Harvard University, Donato Iacobucci of the University of Urbino, and Philippe Gagné of Statistics Canada for their helpful comments and suggestions. ... of multi-legal firms. ... Within the set of 1,100 multi legal entity firms, over 90% are legal consolidations; of the remainder, partnerships outnumber UJVs 5 to 1. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.244523 fatcat:763n5xvv5vasnh4q54lot4uul4
Not all cases of child offenders who enter the PN level can be diversified because there are already rules in the SPPA Law, Perma No. 4 of 2014 and PP. 65 of 2015. ... Diversion is a step or legal remedy aimed specifically at children who are in conflict with the law. As perpetrators of criminal acts, children need to be treated differently from adults. ... Method In the research that the researchers will do, use empirical legal research methods. Empirical legal research is one type of legal research that analyzes and studies legal work in society. ...doi:10.35326/volkgeist.v5i1.897 fatcat:74kt62yi4rdgbipf35wny5afla
The paper finds that when the decision to diversify is modeled as an endogenous choice based on firm characteristics, multi-segment firms have significantly higher Tobin's q than single-segment firms, ... An explanation is that non-government controlled firms that perform better and possess more cash are more likely to adopt diversification strategies and tend to diversify more. ... Fauver et al. (2004) provide further evidence that a country's legal system and the ownership structure of the firm affect the value of diversified firms. ...doi:10.1016/j.jcorpfin.2008.05.001 fatcat:3fsm7rc5kjhkdpb3xv7iesj4ey
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