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Any author who appears on the 'marquee' after the first-named author of a research report, literature review or other scientific communication
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Co-authors with a larger number of previous papers were less likely to co-author a paper with someone of the same ethnicity, suggesting that they are able to draw on a larger network of potential collaborators outside their ethnic group.
If they indicated no co-author work they were asked to stop and to return the questionnaire.
Smoked Beers is not just for brewers," said co-author Larson.
Colin Powell, CCRI co-author Tom Wood, UC regent Ward Connerly, and state Sen.
Michael Patrick, also a partner in the firm and survey co-author, said, "As reported by Dow Jones/VentureSource, aggregate venture investment in the U.
Ralph Villiger, mathematician and co-author, adds that it is only possible to spot undervalued shares once you know how to quantify news on clinical successes, license agreements and M&A activity.
Peter Woll, a professor at Brandeis University and Jones' co-author of The Private World of Congress, worked with Jones on Sen.
Andra is author or co-author of more than 130 publications in international scientific journals and several review articles.
We analyze market trends and disclose our assumptions for future growth including subscriber breakdown by income, age and geographical location," adds Omar Salvador, Analyst at Pyramid and co-author of the report.
However, according to report co-author, Mark Heath, "The prospects for WiMAX in developing markets will be severely limited by a lack of PCs, low disposable incomes and the growing strength of cellular services.
Li stated her character and professional reputation, as well as the legacy of her late colleague and 1997 study co-author Dr.
According to the report's co-author, Alastair Brydon, "WiMAX operators and investors will have to select their targets with extreme care.