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ante

 [an´te] (L.)
preposition, before.

ante

[L.] preposition, before.
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If no ex ante agreement is offered, or if the developer refuses it and still invests in the development, following Green and Scotchmer (1995) we assume that the parties achieve ex post efficiency.
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Table II reports the results of the cross-section regression of the firms' ex ante risk premium estimates on the beta estimates.
Ante Up 21 is said to be one of the fastest new game approvals in Commission history, due to its overall simplicity and solid mathematical analysis submitted for formal evaluation and review.
Allen adds "This is the right answer; Internet peering and transit are highly successful and unregulated markets which do not need ex ante intervention.
color) Ante Razov celebrated his homecoming Sunday with two goals in Chivas USA's romp.
Their understanding of our market model, as well as their dedication to deliver quality solutions on time has enabled us to have a very successful launch of ANTE," said Mr.
Solo unas semanas antes de que Vicente Fox fuera electo presidente de Mexico, en julio de 2000, se corrio la voz de que su primera propuesta seria una profunda reforma del sistema tributario del pais, abrumado por la evasion y al que la vasta economia informal pasaba practicamente por alto.
We plan to trade our 300 most active options within the next six months and we expect ANTE to greatly enhance our competitiveness in the options marketplace.
Ante todo, Montaner le sale al paso a las teorias racistas que propugnan que ciertos pueblos no estan dotados biologicamente de la capacidad para situarse en el peloton de vanguardia del desarrollo.