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Where Bell went wrong

Th. M. Nieuwenhuizen
2008 arXiv   pre-print
It is explained on a physical basis how contextuality allows Bell inequalities to be violated, without bringing an implication on locality or realism.  ...  I mention in particular Andrei Khrennikov, Luigi Accardi, Guillaume Adenier, Jan-Åke Larsson and, last but not least, the late Walter Philipp.  ...  Where did Bell make the error? The error of Bell lies in the assumption of the existence of a ρ G , see Eq. (6).  ... 
arXiv:0812.3058v1 fatcat:czatby7pbnc3xlsrkpfzd7lcny

How right is wrong [chapter]

M. Schlumberger
1997 Decision Support in Organizational Transformation  
.), Decision Support in Organizational Transformation © Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1997 How right is wrong 69 • The third section builds the central idea of the paper, that nothing is ever  ...  Keywords East Europe, decision making, reporting and monitoring, process improvement, changing short term mentalities. P. Humphreys et al.  ...  -Oh I'm looking for my car key, I lost it when I locked my car. -But where is your car? I don't see it, why don't you look next to your car?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35348-7_5 fatcat:ivuuamgl75fx5ohzbjgjfdprk4

Constitution-Making Gone Wrong

David Landau
2012 Social Science Research Network  
I use two recent Latin American examples where the constitution-making process was problematic to illustrate the difficulty.  ...  Finally, I apply my theory in order to get some analytic leverage on the current constitution-making process in Egypt.  ...  CONSTITUTIONAL POLITICS GONE WRONG: TWO CASES In this section I look closely at two recent constitution-making processes from the Andes in Latin America: the Venezuelan constitutional process of 1999 and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2011440 fatcat:4n7aflanwba45m6mbecbxmmf54

What is wrong with grammar? [article]

Richard Madsen
2017 The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities  
I had carried out some rudimentary survey in the Department of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, where I had been a part-time teacher in previous years.  ...  That is, it would be a qualitative analysis of what went wrong in the revision process.  ...  Contrary to this, the multiple-choice test resulted in many more Danisms in the responses than the gap-filling test did.  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.hum.00078 fatcat:qmub3glvzjgmliurttw263s7zu

What's wrong with the sociology of punishment?

John Braithwaite
2003 Theoretical criminology  
A problem in Garland's genealogical method is that branches of the genealogy are sawn off-the branches where the chosen instruments of regulation decentre punishment.  ...  This blinds us to the hybridity of predominantly punitive regulation of crime in the streets that is reshaped by more risk-preventive and restorative technologies of regulation for crime in the suites,  ...  So my first problem with the history of the present is that myopic interest in the present induces the error of getting the past wrong.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1362480603007001198 fatcat:lho6s2bl55hangn45746pys52u

What's Wrong with the Sociology of Punishment

John Bradford Braithwaite
2002 Social Science Research Network  
A problem in Garland's genealogical method is that branches of the genealogy are sawn off-the branches where the chosen instruments of regulation decentre punishment.  ...  This blinds us to the hybridity of predominantly punitive regulation of crime in the streets that is reshaped by more risk-preventive and restorative technologies of regulation for crime in the suites,  ...  So my first problem with the history of the present is that myopic interest in the present induces the error of getting the past wrong.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.319602 fatcat:db6rx6auc5holoviotyssyl45e

What's Wrong with Social Simulations?

Eckhart Arnold, Sherwood J. B. Sugden
2014 The Monist  
In the following I am going to discuss Epstein's arguments and point out the misconceptions underlying this belief.  ...  Without a feedback-loop between theoretical and empirical research, however, the model-building process soon reaches a stalemate where models remain detached from reality.  ... 
doi:10.5840/monist201497323 fatcat:z5tzpsaaqve7ddg7g7v2vontxm

Intellectual Property Wrongs

Robin Cooper Feldman
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Targeting small businesses in this way makes it unlikely that very many of them will fight back, although the technology blog describes one target that did.  ...  It explained that if Kaspersky did not join, RPX would make these and other patents from its pool available to others who had already joined RPX.  ...  In a claim for patent infringement, laches is an equitable defense that the patentee did not enforce its patent rights in a timely manner. 163 As Learned Hand noted in 1916, "it is inequitable for the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2127558 fatcat:3wnrwjtpcfcfdf257zpzihrqku

The Times and General Motors: What went wrong?

Howard Darmstadter, Lincoln Geraghty
2016 Cogent Arts & Humanities  
I describe what we know about the switch problem and General Motors' attempts to solve it, and try to explain the forces-mainly psychological-that warped The Times reporting.  ...  In 2014 General Motors Company (GM) recalled more than 2.6 million automobiles to replace a defective ignition switch that had been implicated in more than a dozen deaths.  ...  I don't know any of them personally, but it's hard to believe that, as business writers, they are generally antagonistic to the business world.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311983.2015.1134030 fatcat:qzwwnimufzce7l6w3t2fs7mcpm

Wrongful Discharge Laws and Innovation

Viral V. Acharya, Krishnamurthy Subramanian, Ramin Baghai
2012 Social Science Research Network  
We develop a model and provide supporting empirical evidence of this effect using the staggered adoption of wrongful discharge laws across the U.S. states.  ...  Wrongful discharge laws, particularly those that prohibit employers from acting in bad faith ex post, limit employers' ability to hold up innovating employees after the innovation is successful.  ...  the following model: y i,s→r,t = β i + βr × βt + βr + βt + β 1 * GFst + β 2 * P Pst + β 3 * ICst + β 4 * N CAst + β · X ist + ε ist where y i,s→r,t is a measure of innovation for firm i from state s (belonging  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1570663 fatcat:azgvnqu4mjfidpmpa3lj6sixhy

Wrongful Discharge Laws and Innovation

Viral V. Acharya, Ramin P. Baghai, Krishnamurthy V. Subramanian
2013 The Review of financial studies  
We develop a model and provide supporting empirical evidence of this effect using the staggered adoption of wrongful discharge laws across the U.S. states.  ...  Wrongful discharge laws, particularly those that prohibit employers from acting in bad faith ex post, limit employers' ability to hold up innovating employees after the innovation is successful.  ...  the following model: y i,s→r,t = β i + βr × βt + βr + βt + β 1 * GFst + β 2 * P Pst + β 3 * ICst + β 4 * N CAst + β · X ist + ε ist where y i,s→r,t is a measure of innovation for firm i from state s (belonging  ... 
doi:10.1093/rfs/hht009 fatcat:rejdpctqeberfcha5g3gas7qj4

CONTROL RIGHTS (AND WRONGS)

Andrew G. Haldane
2012 Economic Affairs  
Type I error is the probability that conversion occurs despite capital not being required. Type II error is the event that conversion does not occur despite capital being required.  ...  I wish to argue there is unfinished business before these incentives are properly aligned with the public good.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0270.2012.02155.x fatcat:iaidej5tzbbh7cuenj2pb2ra5a

Of Equal Wrongs and Half Rights

Gideon Parchomovsky, Peter Siegelman, Steven Thel
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Counterintuitively, we show that giving judges the option to order a compromise remedy in windfall disputes is likely to reduce judicial error, rather than increase it, and that the valuation problems  ...  While there may be sound reasons for the all-or-nothing rule, in this Article we argue that there is a limited but important set of property, torts, and contracts cases in which an equal division of an  ...  . & ECON. 63, 65 n.9 (1991), for this formulation. 63 Hence, E i (X) = p i × m i , where E is the expected value function, p i is the subjective probability, and m i is the subjective magnitude of the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.926097 fatcat:vgw5swvwe5f33ezg3jgjacqt6e

INTERWAR AMERICAN HISTORIES: LEFT, RIGHT, AND WRONG

HOWELL JOHN HARRIS
1999 The Historical Journal  
provided that: • a full bibliographic reference is made to the original source • a link is made to the metadata record in DRO • the full-text is not changed in any way The full-text must not be sold in  ...  The full-text may be used and/or reproduced, and given to third parties in any format or medium, without prior permission or charge, for personal research or study, educational, or not-for-prot purposes  ...  Before answering, I must declare an interest : I participated, with others, in a lively and exhaustive online review symposium focused on New Deals, through the H-BUSINESS discussion list, shortly after  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0018246x98008401 fatcat:2j2brfr4jjao7k6n5ueejj3bgi

Two Kinds of Criminal Wrongs

Stephen P. Garvey
2001 Social Science Research Network  
I distinguish two kinds of criminal wrongs. A wrongdoer who acts in defiance of his conscience is guilty of what I call a wicked wrong.  ...  A wrongdoer who does not act in defiance of his conscience is guilty of what I call a vicious wrong.  ...  I am very grateful to Patrick Brennan and Jeffrie Murphy for so kindly extending the invitation.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.294525 fatcat:2pohtmrpyjcu7ntvsgkf4esunm
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