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Wäch·ter

(vak'tĕr),
Herman J.G., 20th-century German pathologist. See: Bracht-Wächter lesion.
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Bettina Wachter, the lead researcher of the study said, "We saw from the stud books that the reproduction failed when the females were six years or older at their first introduction to a male."
von Wachter, University of California, Los Angeles and NBER, "The Value of Working Conditions in the United States and Implications for the Structure of Wages" (NBER Working Paper No.
Members of the jazz band are: Anthony Cruz, Andrea Moreno, Angel Lopez, Julia Stanischewski, Javier Romano, Erick Garduno, Leo Quintana, Morgan Tadish, Marco Gonzalez, David Martinez, Kyle Splett, Roman Chapkis, Kyle Mesa, Fernando Moreno, Ali Kron, Estephania Diaz, Emily Wachter, Gustavo Leyva, Alexandra Kaprak, Nicki Koutun, and Anabel Perez-Brennan.
2007) 1931 Robert Duvall, American award winning actor and filmmaker 1946 Diane Keaton, US actress, above 1950 Chris Stein, American rock guitarist and co-founder of Blondie 1965 Vinnie Jones, English-born Welsh footballer and actor 1969 Marilyn Manson, musician 1969 Paul McGillion, Scottish actor 1976 Matt Wachter, US bassist 1978 January Jones, US actress
In the aftermath of the crisis, Congress, under the Dodd-Frank Act, put into place a new financial regulatory architecture that included both increased capital requirements and stress tests, in an effort to limit the banking sector's role in amplifying real estate price bubbles in the future (Duca, Popoyan, and Wachter, forthcoming; Calem, Correa, and Lee 2016).
von Wachter studied the effects of entering the labor market during a recession for all workers in the United States from 1976 to 2015.
"Our data tell us that there is no fixed limit to the human lifespan yet in sight," said study senior author Kenneth Wachter, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of demography and statistics.
But at extreme ages, they stop getting worse," said co-author Kenneth Wachter, a professor of statistics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Wachter, MD, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the board of governors for The Doctors Company.
In our American Economic Review article tided "Immigration and Neighborhood," Albert Saiz and I (Saiz and Wachter 2011) provide evidence on the segregation of immigrants and native-born populations, and the consequent neighborhood sorting by income and ethnicity.
As such, an alternative approach to constructing the control group, like the one presented in this Commentary and in Davis and von Wachter (2011), may be more useful to researchers and policymakers interested in the effect of displacement on workers' earnings.
A $1 million investment James and his business partner Maverick Carter - along with financial advisor Paul Wachter of Main Street Advisors - made in Blaze Pizza during 2012 has reportedly grown to $25 million, according to (http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/20149593/lebron-james-stake-blaze-pizza-chain-now-worth-least-35-million) ESPN Tuesday.