Stansel

Stansel

(stan'sĕl),
Horace C., 20th-century U.S. pediatric cardiac surgeon.
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Participating Allstate agency owners were Taylor Evans, Clint Fernandez and Ada Jones, of Oklahoma City, and Michael Monroe and Elise Stansel of Norman.
This index comes from a 2013 article by Dean Stansel in Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy.
This study focuses on the living-cost impacts of the three different forms of labor market freedom indices identified or measured by Stansel, Torra, and McMahon (2015, chap.
On my duck odyssey with Eli, we were sharing a blind with Kirk Stansel at the Hackberry Rod & Gun Club south of Lake Charles.
They can better address the issues at local level.3 The phenomenon of fiscal decentralization has been anatomized by Stansel (2005)4.
Many studies even suggest that fragmentation, rather than consolidation, is associated with economic growth (Nelson & Foster 1999; Stansel 2005; Grassmueck & Shields 2010).
Jon-Stephen Stansel has been hired as a digital media specialist at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway.
As is the case with the country-level data, Stansel (2005) argues that decentralization leads to greater economic growth.
A working paper by Murphy and Stansel (2017) attempts to do so for individual U.S.