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Journal of Logic and Computation, ISSN 0955-792X, 06/2017, Volume 27, Issue 4, pp. 1169 - 1187
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2000, CUDARE Working Paper 871R
Modern economic growth models show that the equilibrium outcome may depend on agents' beliefs (expectations) rather than on economic fundamentals (history). In... 
International Development | equilibrium selection | non-convex technology | history versus expectations | economic growth | common knowledge | Resource /Energy Economics and Policy | almost common knowledge
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Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 11/2019, Volume 167, pp. 341 - 360
We study in a theoretical and experimental setting the interaction between belief-dependent preferences and reputation building in a finitely repeated trust... 
Reputation | Almost complete information | Guilt | Repeated psychological game | ECONOMICS | STRATEGIES | Humanities and Social Sciences | Cognitive science | Economics and Finance | Methods and statistics
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2007
generic advertising is generally a cooperative effort of a large group of producers (suppliers) using advertising and promotions to enhance the demand for nearly homogeneous products | fibers and goods purchased for the aesthetic purposes maintain much of their form throughout the supply chain. Often processing and handling are major functions that can lead to new product forms and even potential for food safety issues at every stage of the distribution. Final demand for these products is partially a function of the state of information about the entire system from production to the final outlet. This is particularly true for issues related to food safety and health. Potential consumers may have limited knowledge of the product attributes | the Other White Meat." "Flowers. Alive with Possibilities." These messages are examples of common terms familiar to individuals involved in the supply chain for major agricultural products in the U.S. Information about products is a key ingredient to the successful movement of the goods from production to final consumption. Many foods | may have perceptions that are not factual | branding | "Beef | and may simply need to be reminded about the product. As products move through the supply chain | the messages may target many points in the supply chain but almost always originate at the producer or first-handler levels. They are government-sanctioned but producer-funded efforts to enhance the demand for commodities. As opposed to advertising for specific brands of a product by particular producers | it's what's for Dinner." "Got Milk?" "Pork | much of the information comes from three sources: mandatory labeling | and industry funded programs. In the U.S. system industry funded promotions are referred to as commodity checkoff program and is a mechanism for supporting generic advertising. Depending on the industry | Marketing
Conference Proceeding
2012 27th Annual IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science, ISSN 1043-6871, 06/2012, pp. 175 - 184
We consider two-player stochastic games played on finite graphs with reachability objectives where the first player tries to ensure a target state to be... 
Memory bounds | Partial-observation games | Stochastic processes | Positive and Almost-sure winning | Probabilistic logic | Probability distribution | Complexity theory | Complexity | Reachability and Buechi objectives | Upper bound | Stochastic games | Memory management | Games
Conference Proceeding
Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics, LIPIcs, ISSN 1868-8969, 08/2016, Volume 55
Conference Proceeding
Journal of Spectral Theory, ISSN 1664-039X, 2018, Volume 8, Issue 4, pp. 1221 - 1280
We consider the quantum completeness problem, i.e. the problem of confining quantum particles, on a non-complete Riemannian manifold M equipped with a smooth... 
Schrödinger operators | Almost-Riemannian geometry | Quantum completeness | LAPLACE-BELTRAMI OPERATOR | MATHEMATICS | SINGULAR POTENTIALS | MATHEMATICS, APPLIED | EXTENSIONS | STOCHASTIC COMPLETENESS | almost-Riemannian geometry | Schrodinger operators | ESSENTIAL SELF-ADJOINTNESS | SCHRODINGER-TYPE OPERATORS
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Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal, ISSN 0011-4642, 6/2013, Volume 63, Issue 2, pp. 565 - 572
Let R be an integral domain with quotient field K and f(x) a polynomial of positive degree in K[x]. In this paper we develop a method for studying almost... 
Schreier domain | almost principal ideal | 13F15 | 13B25 | 13A15 | Mathematics | uppers to zero | 13A05 | Ordinary Differential Equations | greatest common divisor domain | Analysis | Convex and Discrete Geometry | divisorial ideal | Mathematics, general | Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics | MATHEMATICS | DOMAINS | Computer science
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Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law, 06/2015, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 9 - 23
The origin of the common transport policy was in 1957. Currently the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) of 2007 signed in Lisbon is legally... 
improvement of transport infrastructures | TEN-T | Transport Modes | No 1 > Zajac Contemporary Aspects of European Transport Policy Grzegorz Zajac Abstract The origin of the common transport policy was in 1957. Currently the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) of 2007 signed in Lisbon is legally binding concerning the common transport policy of the EU. The dynamic pace of the implementation of the common transport policy the EU was commenced from the beginning of the 1990s’ of the last century. The recognition of the importance and the role of transport for the EU as a whole by the Member States has created opportunities for the development of this branch of the economy | access facilitation to infrastructure and fostering better connections between national networks and transport modes. Today we can say without hesitation | Trans-European Transport Network | European Transport Policy | White Paper | which for almost thirty years of the European integration was being marginalized. In contemporary rules about the common transport policy most barriers to its functioning throughout the continent were eliminated. For the EU the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) importance stems also from the fact that it should contribute to the achievement of greater economic and spatial cohesion of the European Union. The task of the TEN-T network is to increase the technical standardization of individual national networks
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