Demand Estimation in Models of Imperfect Competition

The study shows how knowledge about firm behavior can be modeled to better predict demand. Research by Alexander MacKay and Nathan H. Miller [Author: by Alexander MacKay and Nathan H. Miller]
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Make Your Employees Feel Psychologically Safe

To do their best work, people need to feel secure and safe in their workplace. In a new book, Amy C. Edmondson details how companies can develop psychological safety. [Author: by Martha Lagace]
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Educating Greater Manchester school put into special measures

Ofsted finds Harrop Fold, which was subject of Channel 4 series, inadequate in all areas The school from the television series Educating Greater Manchester has been put into special measures after inspectors found it to be inadequate in all areas.Standards at the Harrop Fold school, which was once rated the worst in the country but was presented as resurgent in the Channel 4 programme and had come to be rated as good by 2013, have subsequently slipped to an unacceptably low level, according to t...
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How to Dress for the Winter in a Hot Climate

Stay cool but look hot in the warm weathered winter. When I moved from Colorado to California for college I knew the one thing I would not miss was winter. I hated everything about it: driving in the snow to school, waking up to the cold weather, and most importantly having to wear layers upon layers of sweaters. But as October turned into November and eventually into December, I found myself wishing that I could reach into my closet and bundle up in a cozy sweater and boots without worrying ab...
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A medical student as a patient. She thanks her support systems.

Two weeks ago, while I was helping with an emergency medicine course that I’m a teaching assistant for, I started feeling extremely light-headed, and the chest tightness that I had dismissed as heartburn earlier that morning got worse. I was tended to by the emergency medicine doctor who I was teaching with, admitted to the […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Holiday Tea at Dawn's ~ Thanksgiving Memories

Hello my friends and Happy Monday! Can you believe in a week's time we will be starting the very last month of the year?? Well, I hope you all had a nice weekend, and if you celebrate, a Happy Thanksgiving, too! Ours was lovely, but before I launch into holiday memories, I want to say I am so excited to return to my weekly tea series! My goal is to host afternoon tea here at my blog every Monday, beginning today and continuing throughout the holiday season ... I will include the usual...
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Malcolm Gladwell and Rick Rubin Launch a New Music Podcast, Broken Record: Listen Online

This past month, Malcolm Gladwell (author), Rick Rubin (record producer), and Bruce Headlam (media desk editor of the New York Times) teamed up to launch Broken Record. It's a music podcast that doubles as "liner notes for the digital age." Or, as Gladwell tells Rolling Stone, it's "a kind of musical variety show." Some episodes offer an in-depth narrative. Others feature mini performances and interviews with musicians--plus an assortment of "digressions, arguments, back-stories, and random thi...
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3 Celebrity-Approved Ways to Wear a Blazer

Learn how to stye one of this season's trendiest pieces like Madison Beer, Kaia Gerber, and Mandy Moore.Every week, I scour the web to find inspiring outfits on your favorite celebs and help you recreate their looks! This week, I was inspired by Madison Beer, Kaia Gerber, and Mandy Moore. Read on to see how you can get their looks for yourself. Celebrity Look #1: Madison Beer's Casual Cool Madison Beer looked right on-trend while spotted out in NYC.Madison sported one of this season's biggest ...
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Watch David Bowie Take MTV to Task for Failing to Play Music Videos by Black Artists (1983)

The old vaudeville phrase “Will it play in Peoria?” has its roots in the late 19th century, specifically in Horatio Alger’s novel Five Hundred Dollars; Or Jacob Marlowe’s Secret. Like all of the books Alger wrote extolling the virtues of thrift, study, grooming, industry, etc., this one articulates a middle American bootstraps philosophy and rags-to-riches mythology, while giving the entertainment industry a colorful way to sum up the small-town audiences who embraced Alger’s straight-la...
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Meet wegg®’s Design and Technology Lead, Laura Fairman

“I am in pursuit of global reach and purpose. I’m continually asking myself… Is my work helping our world become a better place?”  -Laura Fairman, Design and Technology Lead for wegg® Meet wegg®’s Design and Technology Lead, Laura Fairman! She has had the pleasure of being involved with our organization since wegg®’s inception in 2008. […]
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7 Perfect (and Affordable!) BFF Holiday Gift Ideas

Whether it's for your roommate, sister, cousin, or Secret Santa, we got you covered!The next part of our 2018 holiday gift guide commences with a series of gifts that are awesome enough to be worthy of your best friend. You know, the one who is always there for you throughout the year, and who really, really deserves a killer gift for all the times she's had your back.Read on for the gifts that are so great that you'll want to keep them all instead of giving them away (but you won't, because you...
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Diversity in Venture Capital: Scenes From Culture Shifting Weekend

While women and minorities make up 70 percent of the population, less than two percent of the tens of trillions of dollars in the asset management industry are entrusted to women or minorities.In recent years, gains have been made among women in venture capital. Diversity beyond gender, though, continues to lag. That’s part of the motivation behind Culture Shifting Weekend, an event that attracted about 200 attendees in New York City in early November.Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures, who p...
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Two Cats Keep Trying to Get Into a Japanese Art Museum … and Keep Getting Turned Away: Meet the Thwarted Felines, Ken-chan and Go-chan

Paging director Hayao Miyazaki. A compelling subject for a feature length animation is hanging around the sliding glass doors of Hiroshima Prefecture’s Onomichi City Museum of Art. In June of 2016, a black tomcat started showing up at the museum on the regular, for reasons unknown. Those open to the sort of narrative whimsy at which Miyazaki excels might choose to believe that the beast was drawn by a cat-themed exhibit of work by noted wildlife photographer and filmmaker Mitsuaki Iw...
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Matthew Hedges: jailed British academic released by UAE

Durham student given life sentence on spying charges granted ‘gracious clemency’Matthew Hedges, the 31-year-old British academic jailed for life on spying charges by the United Arab Emirates, has been released hours after a presidential pardon by the country’s rulers.His release follows intense lobbying by the British foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, amid an international outcry that left the UAE scrambling to produce evidence to justify claims that Hedges was a spy. Continue reading...
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'Mr Hedges will be permitted to leave' : UAE pardons UK academic – video

Matthew Hedges to be released after being jailed for life on charges on espionage in the United Arab Emirates. The 31-year-old PhD student was visiting the country for research purposes but the UAE insists he was an MI6 agent Continue reading...
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Matthew Hedges: jailed British academic pardoned by UAE

Durham University student was detained while on way home from PhD research tripThe British academic Matthew Hedges handed a life sentence in the United Arab Emirates for spying has been pardoned by the country’s president.The announcement was made at a press conference in Abu Dhabi. Continue reading...
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