Now showing items 231-234 of 234
Perspectives on nominalization
Discussion of nominalization (NZN) is possible only within a general theory of grammatical categories and processes. For a cross-linguistic analysis, it is preferable to adopt a function-based definition of categories, in ...
Essays in political economy
In Essay One, the rational partisan business cycle (RPBC) theory is tested in three ways. First, using U.S. real output data for the period 1880-1948. It is found that the theory is not rejected for the period 1914-1948. ...
Discriminating information source: Inference versus observation
People rely extensively on inference as a source of information, and sometimes they confuse inference with observation. Specifically, inferred information is sometimes mistaken for observed information. Such confusion of ...
Accuracy and reliability of job evaluation: the roles of amount of information and ability to handle complex information
The amount of information a rater is given must in some way influence the quality of their ratings. With respect to job evaluation, quality may be defined in terms of how well a rater discriminates among a set of jobs with ...