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(path),
A road or way; the course taken by an electrical current or by nervous impulses.
See also: pathway.
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path

(path)
The route or course along which something travels.
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path

(path)
1. A road or way.
2. Course taken by an electrical current or by nervous impulses.
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According to the reviewed paper, there is a relation between the environment variables and the organizational innovation, and between each of the different dimensions of such variables; McCrea and Betts (2008) point out that innovations allow companies to get a competitive edge, in addition to becoming more capable of responding to the dynamic environment.
Four cultural measures--uncertainty avoidance, power distance, future orientation, and performance orientation--were found to be positively and significantly related to the institutional environment variable. In our study, these four cultural variables were combined based on statistical analyses to comprise the latent variable "national economic culture." Our results suggest that the impact of the national economic culture on corporate governance practices is indirect, through its influence on the institutional environment.
Role salience and values are prominent environment variables with inherent cultural dimensions that can enrich theory and practice (Leong, 1997), particularly career theories and interventions that already incorporate these culturally grounded variables.
The domain name will be an ASCII string like "datasync.com." The server will set the domain as an environment variable when the connection is established.
Table 2 contains Partial Likelihood estimates of the effects of ecological and institutional environment variables on organizational founding rates.
Examination of the partial correlations in the individual quadrants reveals the cause for lack of significant moderating influences 6f individual environment variables. The quadrant with the lowest partial correlation (-0.15) is the commodity markets quadrant, as would be expected.
(3) Among three variables, the coefficient absolute value of macro environment variable is maximum showing that project risk is most sensitive to macro environment changes; that being said, the macro environment is relatively stable with small fluctuation and out of control by the subject, so it is not the main object of project risk control.
Easy access to retailers of "junk food", such as fast-food restaurants and convenience stores around children's homes and schools, appeared to contribute to higher obesity levels; however, the presence of fast-food restaurants within the school walkshed was the only food environment variable that had a statistically significant association with higher BMI z-scores among our sample children.
The value is statistically significant at 5% level that means ecotourism polluting local environment variable has association with tourism activities degrading the natural resources variable.
In Table V, we perform several regressions, each with a different legal environment variable (our legal environment composite, voice of the people, political stability, government effectiveness, regulatory quality, rule of law, and corruption control) in Regressions (1) through (7), respectively.

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