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    • Fragmentation of Headquarter Services and FDI 

      Davies, Ronald B. (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2003-09)
      I develop a simple model in which production of skill-intensive headquarter services are fragmented across borders in order to take advantage of complementarities between types of skilled labor. This setting indicates that ...
    • Friedman's Money Supply Rule versus Optimal Interest Rate Policy 

      Evans, George W., 1949-; Honkapohja, Seppo, 1951- (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2003-07-12)
      Using New Keynesian models, we compare Friedman's k-percent money supply rule to optimal interest rate setting, with respect to determinacy, stability under learning and optimality. First we review the recent literature: ...

      Palandri, Angela C. Y. Jung, 1926- (Pacific Northwest Council on Languages, 1976-04-24)
    • The Frohnmayer Method: Advocacy, Legal Policy, and the United States Supreme Court 

      Gary, William F.; Gary, Alison K. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-07-06)
    • From attributions to folk explanations : an argument in 10 (or so) steps 

      Malle, Bertram F. (Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences, University of Oregon, 2002)

      Slovic, Paul (Oregon Research Institute, 1972-04)
      Recent experimental evidence is marshalled in support of the position that man's limited memory, attention, and reasoning capabilities lead him to apply simple strain-reducing cognitive strategies for processing information ...
    • From the Center ; 2003 : 1 (Spring) 

      Weigt, Jill; Freyd, Jennifer J.; Berry, Kate; Gonzales, Lisa; Morgen, Sandra; Acker, Joan; Heath, Terri; Fuller, Linda, 1944-; Musick, Judith S. (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2003)

      Frank, David A.; Bolduc, Michelle K. (American Society for the History of Rhetoric, 2004)
      Chaïm Perelman and Lucie Olbrechts-Tyteca's Traité de l'argumentation: la nouvelle rhétorique marked a revolution in twentieth-century rhetorical theory. In this essay, we trace Perelman and Olbrechts-Tyteca‟s turn from ...
    • Gender and sexism in Chinese language and literature 

      Palandri, Angela C. Y. Jung, 1926- (Dept. of Oriental Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 1991-08-31)
    • Gender posed: the people behind the postcards 

      Ringer, Gregory D., 1951- (CABI International, 2007)
      As the world’s largest service industry, tourism is increasingly perceived by proponents as a socioeconomic panacea for indigenous communities. A central tenet of this argument presumes that tourism can help ensure ...
    • Generalized Stochastic Gradient Learning 

      Evans, George W., 1949-; Honkapohja, Seppo, 1951- (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2005-09-19)
      We study the properties of generalized stochastic gradient (GSG) learning in forwardlooking models. We examine how the conditions for stability of standard stochastic gradient (SG) learning both differ from and are related ...
    • Geographies of tourism and place in Micronesia: the 'sleeping lady' awakes 

      Ringer, Gregory D., 1951- (University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji, 2004-04)
      Tourism has grown to become the dominant service industry in the world in the 21st Century and a common prescription for funding sustainable community development throughout the East Asia-Pacific region. Certainly, there ...
    • German History and World History ca. 1800 

      McNeely, Ian F. (2006-10-17)
      Conference paper for a panel on the German Sattelzeit (period around 1800) arguing that German historians should embrace the methods and concerns of world historians and laying out possible research agendas that would result.
    • Getting Smarter At Solving Problems: Preliminary Edition 

      Moursund, David G. (D. Moursund, 2004-12)
      Getting Smarter at Solving Problems is specifically designed to be used as a supplemental text in a secondary school Computer Literacy course. When used in that format, the book contains sufficient materials to be used ...
    • Getting Smarter At Solving Problems: Teacher’s Manual 

      Moursund, David G. (D. Moursund, 2004)
      Getting Smarter at Solving Problems is specifically designed to be used as a supplementary text in a junior high school or secondary school computer literacy course. This Teacher's Manual is specifically designed to help ...
    • The Gini Coefficient Reveals More 

      Lambert, Peter J.; Decoster, Andre (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2004-12-02)
      We revisit the well-known decomposition of the Gini coefficient into between-groups, within-groups and overlap terms in the context of two groups in which the incomes in one group may be scaled and that group’s population ...
    • Global Coding of Trauma Essays Predicts Health 

      Klest, Bridget K. (Bridget Kristen); Freyd, Jennifer J. (2004-11)
      Past research has demonstrated in a variety of contexts that writing about emotional topics can benefit physical health and general well being. Most of this prior research has used a computer program, but not global essay ...
    • Gorilla tourism: Uganda uses tourism to recover from decades of violent conflict 

      Ringer, Gregory D., 1951- (Environmental Studies Association of Canada, 2002)
      Only a few years after the murder of eight foreign tourists in 1999, kidnaped while on an Abercrombie & Kent tour of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in southwest Uganda, the country is finally, albeit slowly and rather ...
    • Gradualism in Tax Treaties with Irreversible Foreign Direct Investment 

      Chisik, Richard; Davies, Ronald B. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Economics, 2000-06-01)
      Bilateral international tax treaties govern the host country taxation for the vast majority of the world’s foreign direct investment (FDI). Of particular interest is the fact that the tax rates used under these treaties ...
    • Greater Emotional Gain from Giving in Older Adults: Age-Related Positivity Bias in Charitable Giving 

      Bjälkebring, Pär; Västfjäll, Daniel; Dickert, Stephan; Slovic, Paul (Frontiers Media, 2016-06-15)
      Older adults have been shown to avoid negative and prefer positive information to a higher extent than younger adults. This positivity bias influences their information processing as well as decision-making. We investigate ...