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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors:
L. Núñez-Regueira
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J. A. Rodríguez-Añón
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J. Proupín-Castiñeiras
, and
O. Núñez-Fernández

Summary Soil productivity and health were analyzed using an experimental procedure designed for this kind of studies. The continuous loss of fertile soil obliged the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to declare soil as an item to be protected as a support of the world society welfare. The procedure here described is in accordance with the premises necessary for a rational and sustainable development of soil and the resources it contains and can be used to study any soil all over the world. The study was carried out using soil microbial population as a bioindicator of soil health. Microbial activity was followed using the microcalorimetric technique. The microcalorimetric study can be complemented through a deep analysis of soil physical, chemical and biological properties together with a study of the environmental properties that have a strong influence on the afore mentioned properties and, thus on the microbial activity in soil. The different properties follow different ASTM, ISS/FAO, USDA, etc. well defined standards. The experimental procedure reported in this work could be very helpful to create a data basis that could be useful to quantify and control soil potentiality or design soil decontamination and recovery systems.

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publicly available FDI data. Nevertheless, one must note that these data can be increasingly considered as an imperfect proxy for direct capital flows and productive capacities. As it was already mentioned, for example, the “financialisation” of FDI and an

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instruments, such as negative interest rates, might have side effects. As a result, he believes that fiscal and structural policies should play a larger role in supporting the EU economy's recovery and increasing its productive capacity. Given the lack of

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, which means the expected demand (larger markets) pulls from inventions as well as suitability for large scale production of CNTs, directly resulting in increased productive capacity in supplier firms (in this case, MWNTs). ( Fig. 1

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. A collapse of the supply chain can cause a decline in the economy's capacity. Question: How long will this effect last? Vinci – Licandro (2020) pointed out the role of monetary policy in preventing the destruction of productive capacities following

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors:
Ana Krstić
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Milena Jaksić
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Predrag Mimović
, and
Danijela Tadić

, among other things, productive capacity had been debilitated by years of reduced investments, and total factor productivity (TFP) did not respond positively to the structural reforms. Kerekes (2007) aimed at identifying the

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higher or lower or unchanged depending on the overall state of aggregate spending in relation to productive capacity. These future decisions about tax rates have nothing to do with ’funding’ government spending

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(Slovakia, Poland, as well as Czechia and Hungary for each other). This may refer to a gradual transfer of productive capacities to the CEE region and the increasing interconnectedness of these economies in regional GVCs. Furthermore, other European

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compose piano music. This suggests that the same motivational factors might activate both the appreciative artistic capacities leading the passive artistic engagement and later the productive capacities leading to active engagement. The evolutionary

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economic behaviors, the examples I have discussed (based on the unique internal and external conditions of each household: different material, social, relational capital; farm size, productive capacity, goals; structural position of each family) represent

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