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  • Cambridge Distribution in a World Economy 

    O'Connell, Joan (National University of Ireland, Galway, 1999)
    The paper outlines a two-country Cambridge model of growth and distribution. The condition for the Cambridge equation to apply to the world economy is outlined. When this is satisfied, a dual theorem holds in one of the ...
  • Decomposition Methods in Analyzing Intra-regional and Inter-regional Income Distribution 

    Raghavendra, Srinivas (National University of Ireland, Galway, 2006)
    In this paper we propose to study the world income distribution in the framework of Richard Stone-Richard Goodwin decomposition method [Goodwin, EJ 1949 and JPKE 1980, Stone¿s foreword to Pyatt-Roe, 1977]. The objective ...
  • Gene expression profiling identifies interferon signalling molecules and IGFBP3 in human degenerative annulus fibrosus 

    Kazezian, Zepur; Gawri, Rahul; Haglund, Lisbet; Ouellet, Jean; Mwale, Fackson; Tarrant, Finbarr; O’Gaora, Peadar; Pandit, Abhay; Alini, Mauro; Grad, Sibylle (Nature Publishing Group:, 2015-10-22)
    Low back pain is a major cause of disability especially for people between 20 and 50 years of age. As a costly healthcare problem, it imposes a serious socio-economic burden. Current surgical therapies fail to replace the ...
  • Initial stress symmetry and its applications in elasticity 

    Gower, Artur Lewis; Destrade, Michel (The Royal Society, 2015-10-28)
    An initial stress within a solid can arise to support external loads or from processes such as thermal expansion in inert matter or growth and remodelling in living materials. For this reason, it is useful to develop a ...
  • Lotus Automation 

    Cunningham, James (Blackhall Press, 2009)
    A few days back from a trip to China, Fergal Broder is driving into the offices of LotusAutomation in Sligo for a meeting with his Chief Financial Officer and other members of his management team. He is looking forward to ...
  • On Growth and Saving 

    O'Connell, Joan (National University of Ireland, Galway, 2003)
    This paper is concerned with the relevance of the macroeconomic theory of income distribution to the ?new? growth theory. Specifically, it shows that the Cambridge equation, originally outlined in the context of the ...