Block 1 included control variables only while Block 2 added both worker tenure and employment heterogeneity
Hypothesis 2: Racial heterogeneity
impedes capital accumulation, which hampers economic growth.
Inferring tumor progression from genomic heterogeneity
is allowed by permitting the parameter [c.
Section 2 of this paper presents Pareto's conceptions of heterogeneity
throughout his work.
In this special issue, goal-related sources of heterogeneity
include the strength of a family firm's vision (Barnett, Long, & Marler, 2012, this issue) and which dimension of socioemotional wealth the controlling family emphasizes (Cennamo, Berrone, Cruz, & Gomez-Mejia, 2012, this issue).
Herds in the second data structure did not have heterogeneity
for any parameter.
One possible conclusion from their findings is that the European Union should further integrate, because cultural heterogeneity
is by no means as large as in other "national" unions.
2%) groups showed genetic heterogeneity
by FISH with discrete population of amplified tumor cells comprising >10% respectively (P = .
Brooks explained the rationale behind the study by pointing out that the previously published analyses failed to address and account for the large amount of study heterogeneity
in the assessed cohort of studies, necessitating a reanalysis of the full data set to investigate factors with the potential to introduce such heterogeneity
In terms of the outcomes for the levels of chlorine, again the point estimate is imprecise and a high level of heterogeneity
(99%) was evident.
To incorporate heterogeneity
as random-effects, it is assumed that the underlying population effect sizes [[delta].