Fraumeni

Frau·men·i

(fraw'me-nē),
Joseph F., Jr., epidemiologist, *1933. See: Li-Fraumeni cancer syndrome.
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With the development of alternate currencies, the agency's responsibilities have further expanded to include other financial frauds, said tidily Fraumeni, the supervisory special agent that oversees Secret Service functions for the federal districts of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Prior research documents heightened rates of lung cancer incidence and mortality in Appalachia, with increasing concentrations over time in Kentucky and other states in central Appalachia (Grauman, Tarone, Devesa, & Fraumeni, 2000; Lengerich et al.
17) The Solow approach was extended to the study of industries by Evsey Domar, (18) Ernst Berndt and David Wood, (19) and Jorgenson, Frank Gollop, and Barbara Fraumeni.
However, mortality data for lung cancer are a very reasonable proxy for incidence because of the high fatality of lung cancer and the good quality of data from death certificates (Schottenfeld and Fraumeni 2006).
Jorgenson and Fraumeni (1996) were the first to develop national estimates of the stock of human capital on a quality-adjusted basis, and national economic accounting measures of the quality-adjusted output of education are currently under development (Fraumeni et al.
McLaughlin JK, Mandel JS, Blot WJ, Schuman LM, Mehl ES, Fraumeni JF Jr.
Barbara Fraumeni is the incoming Chair of the Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP), a committee of the American Economic Association.
Paul Fraumeni is the editor of the University of Toronto's research magazine, Edge.
The authors have therefore imposed concavity using the procedure of Jorgenson and Fraumeni (1981).
See Landefeld and Grimm (2000) and Landefeld and Fraumeni (2001).

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