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S. Yu. Glazyev

Article ID: 676
Views - 674  (Abstract) PDF - 33  (Download)
Abstract: The paper applies the conception of world economic and technological modes’ changing in order to justify the emergence of a new model of global economic order. The research is focused on the justification of the Big Eurasian Partnership (BEP) as such kind of pattern. We’ve started to form the basis and create a Road Map for the BEP building. First of all,...
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Arpita Mukherjee, Divya Satija, Soham Sinha, Angana Parashar Sarma

Article ID: 841
Views - 607  (Abstract) PDF - 105  (Download)
Abstract: India is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. Among the various sectors contributing to the growth of the economy, food is one of the fastest growing sectors owing to factors such as a large population base, rising middle-class, increase in per-capita income, and greater consumer awareness. Demand for imported food products is increasing due t...
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Daniel RUTURWA SEBIKABU

Article ID: 868
Views - 330  (Abstract) PDF - 52  (Download)
Abstract:The fertility occupies a central position in the study of population growth. The growth of the population depends entirely on human fertility, including birth, death rates and life expectancy. Growth of the fertility is one of the key determinants of the Population Growth. This paper focused on the determinant factors of population growth in Rwanda. From the...
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Sang Li

Article ID: 1023
Views - 779  (Abstract) PDF - 146  (Download)
Abstract: To optimize the method for determination of Sucralose in drink by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). Using HPLC with RID, operating conditions were C 18  reversed phase chromatograph column, 40:60 = methanol: 0.125% potassium hydrophosphate as mobil phase, measured at a flow rate of 0.8 mL/min. In the range of 20 ~ 400 mg L, with the ...
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Jiameng Ma

Article ID: 1100
Views - 302  (Abstract) PDF - 29  (Download)
Abstract: This paper studies how the stock market reacts to zero or small positive sales surprise. Using data from firms listed in the U.S., the paper shows that before 2003 investors react more to positive earnings surprises while after 2003 they react more to the opposite. When sales forecasts are first reported, investors believe in sales numbers and favor firms...
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