Mixed motiv

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  • Administrative law is an exciting topic, in particular for those with an interest in how the law seeks to control the exercise of the enormous powers of the modern state. In the development of the law generally, modern administrative law is a recent, very largely post-Second World War, phenomenon. In legal education, it has grown over the past 20 years from being a component within established constitutional law courses to being a subject in its own right. Its relationship with constitutional law, however, must not be forgotten....

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  • We reformulate a conjecture of Deligne on 1-motives by using the integral weight filtration of Gillet and Soul´ on cohomology, and prove it. This implies e the original conjecture up to isogeny. If the degree of cohomology is at most two, we can prove the conjecture for the Hodge realization without isogeny, and even for 1-motives with torsion. j Let X be a complex algebraic variety. We denote by H(1) (X, Z) the maximal mixed Hodge structure of type {(0, 0), (0, 1), (1, 0), (1, 1)} contained in j j H j (X, Z). Let H(1) (X, Z)fr...

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  • All exhibitions play a vital role in the UK economy in generating exports. Many exhibitions held in the UK have established themselves as a strong base for international trade. Exhibitions do more than just sell: they build product branding, strengthen existing customer relationships, produce high quality leads, educate, have applications for market research, generate media coverage and are often used to launch new products. Exhibitions play a vital role in the marketing mix offering a wide range of benefits.

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  • However, this model is complicated by the fact that conflicts often occur in mixed-motive relationships where the involved parties both have cooperative and competitive goals and Mitchell’s model seems to have neglected this pluralistic/multifaceted/more complex dimension to the relationship. The competitive element creates conflict and the cooperative element creates incentives to negotiate an agreement. There are, however, studies that confirm that conflicts tend to occur even when the involved parties have highly compatible goals.

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  • The aim of this book is to analyse current problems in European administrative law, many of which are reflected in the on-going reform process of the European Treaties. The Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe has served as the point of reference for this study.

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  • Chapter 4 - The mixed economy. Chapter objectives: The three questions of economics; profit motive, price mechanism, and capital; the circular flow model; market failure and externalities; the economic role of capital; the importance of specialization; the decline and fall of the communist system.

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  • The beginning of this book was university lecture notes and training material for process engineers. Although it now is a lot more comprehensive, it has been our intention to maintain a mixed academic and industrial approach to the various subjects. Our motivation for writing this book has been the need for a text covering the full range from the underlying physics to the process applications of radioisotope gauges. We could not deal with all subjects in detail; however, we have included references to many excellent books and articles where further details can be found....

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  • This work gives a survey of the results obtained in a series of papers by Boukrouche & Lukaszewicz (2004, 2005a,b, 2007) and Boukrouche, Lukaszewicz, & Real (2006) in which we consider the problem of the existence and finite dimensionality of attractors for some classes of twodimensional turbulent boundary-driven flows (Problems I–IV below). The flows admit mixed, non-standard boundary conditions and also time-dependent driving forces (Problems III and IV).

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  • Chapter 15 - Natural resource and energy economics. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Explain why falling birthrates mean that we are not likely to run out of natural resources, describe why using a mix of energy sources is efficient, even if some of them are quite costly, discuss why running out of oil would not mean running out of energy, show how the profit motive can encourage resource conservation, relate how to use property rights to prevent deforestation and species extinction.

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  • Chapter 15 - Natural resource and energy economics. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Explain why falling birthrates mean that we are not likely to run out of natural resources, describe why using a mix of energy sources is efficient, even if some of them are quite costly, discuss why running out of oil would not mean running out of energy, show how the profit motive can encourage resource conservation, relate how to use property rights to prevent deforestation and species extinction.

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