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Five decades after the adoption of the Official Languages Act, and more than 30 years after the enshrinement of linguistic duality in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, language continues to be contentious.
IMF Working Paper, WP/13/202, 2013), Chie Aoyagi and Giovanni Ganelli stress that such excessive labor market duality is likely to be holding back growth by reducing productivity.
We needed a logo that could represent the duality in a unique way and also be used both vertically and horizontally.
In total, the visual, comprehensive wheel of duality presented herein logically connects 14 interconnected microeconomic concepts, and outlines how one can make 16 microeconomically logical transitions among the aforementioned dual and demand functions, which are commonly discussed and applied in the context of duality in consumer theory.
During the outgoing phase of the project, at the Mathematics Department at the City College of the City University of New York, the applicant will perform an in-depth study of profinite semigroups and their applications in formal language theory, through the lens of Stone duality and finite model theory.
About Duality the band: Duality is an emerging rock band founded in 2011 by Chennai's own Manoj Sreekumar and Mihir Ranganathan.
Keywords Climate change * Institutional duality * Institutional theory * Subsidiaries
Multiobjective fractional programming duality has been of much interest in the recent past.
Essentially, holographic duality is a way to derive a more complex dimension from the next lowest dimension.
The basic areas of study interested in duality are theology and philosophy.