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Thus, ethnic fractionalisation would impact negatively upon RL.
Knolle and Kovrizhin's co-authors, led by Dr Arnab Banerjee and Dr Stephen Nagler from Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the US, used neutron scattering techniques to look for experimental evidence of fractionalisation in alpha-ruthenium chloride (a-RuCl3).
Some authors have included ethnolinguistic fractionalisation (see, for instance, Alesina et al.
Ethnic fractionalisation is associated with the incidence of non-state conflicts in a statistically significant way (r=0.
Scheuler, Dana, and Julian Weisbrod (2010), "Ethnic Fractionalisation, Migration and Growth," Empirical Economics 39(2): 457-486.
Empirical studies (Panizza 2004) show that democracy and fractionalisation of the body politic are the main drivers for the creation or break-up of nations--more than the other factors.
Fractionalisation and Volatility of Electoral Support, 1999-2011 1999 2002 2007 2011 Volatility 0.
Two new proposals for the industry were also launched at the event: a milk price formula put forward by NFU Scotland and plans for a fractionalisation plant, suggested by Farmers for Action chairman David Handley.
These included the intervention of the Save Nigeria Group (SNG); fractionalisation within the PDP, the FEC and the NA, for example the activities of the National Interest Group (NIG) in the NA; and the ACF"s policy summersault on the matter.
There were several blatant cases of brazen fractionalisation, led by a gentleman trading as Stuart Trevaskis, who I rather hope doesn't share with me the Cornish heritage his name suggests, who was offering one-seventh the odds to his punters.
Accountability Law and Order Average score 1960-1995 Ethnic Various years (1983 to 2001) fractionalisation Linguistic Various years (1983 to 2001) fractionalisation Gini In logs, average for the period 1980-1997 or earliest available data thereafter.
Three features of the party system are likely to have bearing to these incentives-the number of parties, or the degree of fragmentation or fractionalisation of the system; the internal cohesion, or degree of factionalism, of political parties; and the ideological distance, or polarisation, between the political parties.