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Leydesdorff 2005 ) and so on. However, the integration of several visualization methods is rarely reported. Therefore, we apply three visualization methods commonly used including cluster analysis, strategic diagram and SNA to the co-word analysis of medical

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Comparative economics and European integration

Convergence and divergence in the European Union and the effects of anti-crisis policies

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Author: Bruno Dallago

. ( 2012 ): Integration in Crisis: A Regulationist Perspective on the Interaction of European Varieties of Capitalism . Competition and Change 16 ( 3 ): 169 – 87 . Boschma , R

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110 425 440 Barnett, C. and Wilde, I. F. , Random times, predictable processes and stochastic integration in finite von Neumann

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Balassa, B. (1961): The Theory of Economic Integration . Irwin, Homewood, Illinois. Balassa B. The Theory of

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. Political Issues and Processes. Frank Cass & Co., London, 13–44. Jordan, A. J.–Lenschow, A. (2008): Integrating the environment for sustainable development: An introduction. In: Jordan, A. J.–Lenschow, A.: Innovation in

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Policies and EU Enlargement . In: Funck , B. – Pizzati , L. : European Integration, Regional Policy, and Growth . Washington : The World Bank . Bordo , M. D. – Jonung , L

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-based integration algorithm for von-Mises plasticity with linear hardening: theoretical analysis on yield consistency, accuracy, convergence and numerical investigations. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering Vol. 67 (2006) 449

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The European integration process has been the most successful exercise in the history of our continent. It has been and is confronted with numerous challenges and a series of crises prompting various reactions generally called reforms. It is no

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underpinning the notion of “protection,” while migration is conceptualized in essentially economic terms associated with labor mobility and economic development. Unavoidably, though, when it comes to social inclusion and integration, the above discourses

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The purpose of this paper is to discuss a first-return integration process which yields the Lebesgue integral of a bounded measurable function f: IR defined on a compact interval I. The process itself, which has a Riemann flavor, uses the given function f and a sequence of partitions whose norms tend to 0. The “first-return” of a given sequence
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is used to tag the intervals from the partitions. The main result of the paper is that under rather general circumstances this first return integration process yields the Lebesgue integral of the given function f for almost every sequence
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