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Warhol prefigura el tiempo de Trump: famosos que son famosos porque son famosos; famosos convencidos de que su fama les otorga permiso para satisfacer cualquier capricho.
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Fama is a seer, a poet who sees the openness of reality and the 'more' that life has to offer simply by keeping in touch with the reality of her body and her senses and letting them speak.
Here we intend to analyze the impact of including the country risk variable in the four-factor model of Carhart (1997), given that tests performed by various authors in studies of developed and emerging markets, such as Lakonishok, Shleifer & Vishny (1994), Mackinlay (1995), Fama & French (1996), Carhart (1997), Daniel & Titman (1997), Dall'Agnol (2001), Grinblatt & Titman (2005), Bornholt (2007), Fama & French (2011), Faria et al.
A continuacion Marte enumera a los Nueve de la Fama y vaticina los futuros exitos de los Augsburgo espanoles, en una alocucion tipica en la que se mezclan la laudatio y la funcion aulica.
5) Fama and French (2013) have recently incorporated variables that resemble our new factors into their three-factor model to form a five-factor asset pricing model.
Fama, 74, and Hansen, 60, are associated with the University of Chicago.
Fama, 74, and Hansen, 61, are both professors at the University of Chicago, while Shiller, 67, is a professor at Yale University.
Fama and Hansen are both professors at the University of Chicago, while Shiller is a professor at Yale University in Connecticut.
El Papa con el pontificado mas largo de la historia, desde 1846 a 1878, murio con fama de santidad; sin embargo, su proceso de beatificacion no culmino hasta el ano 2000.
IT MAY have taken Fama Mac 16 attempts to relinquish his maiden certificate, but there is little doubt he will soon be adding to that solitary success off his current handicap rating.