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Page 8 of The American Legion Weekly Vol. 4, Issue 29 [page]

1922 The American Legion Weekly  
Their society is called the Sherman Tech Associa- tion, and has become so prominent in the school’s affairs that among the townspeople of Chillicothe “Sherman Tech” passes as a title for the school itself  ...  , as in the case of Le- gion contestants.  ... 

Authorization and Toxicity of Veterinary Drugs and Plant Protection Products: Residues of the Active Ingredients in Food and Feed and Toxicity Problems Related to Adjuvants

Szandra Klátyik, Péter Bohus, Béla Darvas, András Székács
2017 Frontiers in Veterinary Science  
In case of pesticide formulations, full toxicology tests are required for the active ingredient(s), but not for the formulated preparation.  ...  The EUwide regulation of adjuvants and coformulants is being planned; however, their monitoring is hindered by the facts that analytical methods for their determination are often missing, and quantitative  ...  The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) or licensor are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with  ... 
doi:10.3389/fvets.2017.00146 pmid:28929103 pmcid:PMC5591397 fatcat:ewvttqksmnbb7l5eayjrze337i

BigDataGrapes D8.3 - Integration and Operation with real-life Software Systems

Simone Parisi, Florian Schlenz
2020 Zenodo  
Farm Management System produced by ABACO, SITI4Farmer, augmenting its functionalities to support the implementation of the envisaged Use Cases.  ...  Chapter 3 is about datasets and their relationships with use case scenarios. Chapter 4 describes SITI4Farmer and how the BigDataGrapes technologies are integrated into the system.  ...  about recalls, border rejections, fraud cases, regulations and news that are relevant to the supply chain of his company.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4546293 fatcat:bpwkhgarprfsnp3lujxjnacgrm

'Natural' Food Labeling: False Advertising and the First Amendment

Caroline Shepard
2014 Social Science Research Network  
definition exists regulating the term. 22 For example, the Northern District of California in Astiana v.  ...  matched the advertisement claims. 127 While the court found that the ingredient list complied with FDA regulations, it also concluded that the FDA's intent in requiring an ingredient list was not to permit  ...  based on the fact that: (1) prior case law has deemed that use of the term natural is not misleading; (2) Congress has a substantial interest in regulating companies' speech because it has an interest  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2403937 fatcat:fdc7aqsagnbxxga7kmrb5dcqzy

The heterogeneous growth effects of the business environment: Firm-level evidence for a global sample of cities

José-Daniel Reyes, Mark Roberts, Lixin Colin Xu
2021 China Economic Quarterly International  
The regression results that relate the high-tech dummy with the In Big City dummy while controlling for country dummies show no statistically and economically significant correlation between a firm's tech  ...  To investigate its validity, we use the affiliation of high-tech industries by firms as a proxy of firm quality or technology, and see if firms located in big cities are more likely to be in high-tech  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ceqi.2020.09.001 fatcat:2ycu3m4p7zf6ppcyrcddrcflla

Digital Food Delivery Apps Revolutionizing Food Products Marketing in India

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
could be adopted by them for sustainable business in the days to come.  ...  In this paper, we particularly examine the growth and relevance of digital apps in the food delivery systems run by the food providers particularly fast food companies in India and a few strategies which  ...  techniques in the teaching learning process.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.b1126.0782s619 fatcat:txxk67b4ezbsho5uxeqbk7miy4

Rethinking the city and innovation: A political economic view from China's biotech

Fangzhu Zhang, Fulong Wu
2018 Cities  
The city is arguably where innovations concentrate. Agglomeration and diversity are two major explanations for why innovations concentrate in the city.  ...  We highlight the need for a political economic analysis in economic geographical studies of innovation.  ...  Acknowledgement We would like to acknowledge the funding support from UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) (ES/P003435/1) and the British Academy project award (No. SG113182).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cities.2018.09.003 fatcat:uouhzp2aardzxcnpydjb77gpee

A class for itself? On the worldviews of the new tech elite

Hilke Brockmann, Wiebke Drews, John Torpey, Paweł Pławiak
2021 PLoS ONE  
Based on these results, we conclude that the tech elite may be thought of as a "class for itself" in Marx's sense—a social group that shares particular views of the world, which in this case means meritocratic  ...  In this paper, we test a) whether members of the tech elite share a common, meritocratic view of the world, b) whether they have a "mission" for the future, and c) how they view democracy as a political  ...  In case of missing information, which was marginal, we relied on Wikipedia. This socio-demographic data was triangulated to the social media data.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0244071 pmid:33471828 fatcat:vyvzmccdbncvnjd5emun4bmdna

Competition and Innovation [chapter]

Philippe Aghion, Reda Cherif, Fuad Hasanov
2021 How to Achieve Inclusive Growth  
However, new technologies and trends in market concentration are stifling future innovation while contributing to the marked increase in inequality.  ...  Beyond consumer welfare in a narrow market, competition policy should adapt to this new reality by considering the spillover and dynamic effects of market power, especially on firm entry, innovation and  ...  advent of Big Tech, competition agencies should be better equipped to be able to regulate the digital economy while preserving efficiency gains.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780192846938.003.0006 fatcat:ghedacivunb4ri6hsulujxmzeu

Development Theories and Development Experience: Half a Century Journey

Vladimir Popov
2011 Social Science Research Network  
Development theories in postwar period went through a full circle -from Big Push and ISI to neo-liberal Washington consensus to the understanding that neither the former, nor the later really works in  ...  This paper examines the impact that development theories have had on development policies, and the inverse impact of actual successes and failures in the global South on development thinking.  ...  One is the fight against Jiang Jieshi [Chiang Kai-shek] for several decades and kicking him out onto a few islands and fighting an eight-year resistance war against the Japanese invasion that forced the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1752491 fatcat:unfbzen6zrbrfc4ixdnyjxu53q

2. Innovation and Startups in Silicon Valley. An Ecosystem Approach [chapter]

2018 Accelerators in Silicon Valley  
regulation of market rules, and in its facilitation of high-tech talent.  ...  And there is no guarantee for success. Startups are by definition vulnerable ventures, and survival in most cases is questionable.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048538683-005 fatcat:zp2hkmew3rawdhcskkz4nafjn4

Patent Trolling Why Bio & Pharmaceuticals are at Risk

Robin Feldman, W. Nicholson Price
2014 Social Science Research Network  
In deciding whether to undertake this analysis, we lost sleep over whether the potential for harm outweighed the potential benefit.  ...  In the modern debates, however, the biopharmaceutical industry goes conspicuously unmentioned.  ...  been missed earlier.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2395987 fatcat:ri5ruuyxdjgldhlvtuthybqofa

The Death of the City?

Rachel Brahinsky
2014 Boom A Journal of California  
working class to African American in the case of north Oakland.  ...  Seeing this as a point of potential connection, some anti-eviction advocates have started to shift their language to refer to ''big tech,'' while others have been organizing collaborative events in the  ... 
doi:10.1525/boom.2014.4.2.43 fatcat:hrokezj43fa5zgsnrrtgfjpaau

Contextual Integrity Up and Down the Data Food Chain

Helen Nissenbaum
2019 Theoretical Inquiries in Law  
Mounting challenges from a burgeoning array of networked, sensor-enabled devices (IoT) and data-ravenous machine learning systems, similar in form though magnified in scope, call for renewed attention  ...  With motion up the chain, where data of higher order is inferred from lower-order data, the crucial question is whether privacy norms governing lower-order data are sufficient for the inferred higher-order  ...  . & Tech. 1 (2011). 57 The capacity to draw unexpected inferences is the central concern of an ongoing research project with Sebastian Benthall, Anupam Datta, and Michael Tschantz.  ... 
doi:10.1515/til-2019-0008 fatcat:j6mrxxrir5gehbiobufivisoxy

Distribution of FDI across China – common policies but differing impacts by region

M. John Foster
2011 Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies  
The short answer to our question is "only partly" and the main, missing ingredients to make the knowledge transfer work, hence delivering commercialised innovations, are entrepreneurship and management  ...  Cao et al (2008) propose that application of so-called He Xie Management Theory could provide the framework for a solution in the case of Shanxi.  ...  terms of the "host" locations) Appendix 2  ... 
doi:10.1108/17544401111143463 fatcat:6zqx47zjsbhrtl6otkzja3bkbi
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