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borrow

Research ethics
A euphemism meaning to plagiarise.
 
Vox populi
To receive from another as a loan, with the implied or expressed intention of returning the identical article or its equivalent in kind; the opposite of lend.
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If the bank did not borrow in either of the two prior periods, it is in state h = 1 in period t, where there is no penalty for borrowing.
That is, there is no evidence that they tend to become time-eligible to borrow in relatively large numbers at the same time.
It is rare for banks to borrow at the discount window for more than one year and escape a shutdown.
Many institutions that anticipate a periodic need to borrow maintain a pool of collateral earmarked to secure discount window loans.
Unexpected movements in the federal funds rate on those days when large banks choose to borrow offer another difference between the borrowing behavior of large and small banks.
But to the extent that we do borrow, why borrow to pay windfall pensions when we could be underwriting a school year as long as Japan's?
Meanwhile, as the task force talks, the government will borrow another $400 billion dollars before the November election, create few of the jobs necessary to end the recession, and invest astonishingly little.
The extended model reveals that three borrowing regimes exist, with non-price rationing parameters indicating the regime in which the individual bank borrows.
This paper extends Goodfriend's [1983] analysis by adding to his formulation another critical aspect of Discount Window borrowing: most banks borrow infrequently, if at all, from the Fed.
265(a)(2) when an affiliated group member borrows funds and transfers them to another member, who then invests them in exempt obligations, However, the Tax Court addressed this issue in H Enterprises Int'l, Inc.
When an affiliated group member borrows funds from a related affiliate and invests them directly in exempt obligations, Sec.
T instructs a broker to borrow 100 shares of XYZ stock and immediately sell the 100 shares Because T must determine the shares sold using the FIFO method, she would be treated as selling the 100 shares of XYZ stock she actually owns and not the 100 shares of borrowed XYZ stock.