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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Phung, Dinh Trong; Toma, Masayoshi;
    Publisher: 和光大学社会経済研究所

    Based on the result of actual survey concerning corporate governance of Japanese companies conducted by study group at Wako University, a short survey was conducted at four companies in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Through this survey, this paper introduces briefly about corporate governance of Vietnamese companies and notes some differences of corporate governance between Japanese companies and Vietnamese companies.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    MUNEHARA, Hiroyuki; AWATA, Satoshi; KATOH, Rei; KOHDA, Masanori; SUNOBE, Tomoki;
    Publisher: 北海道大学大学院水産科学研究科
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sakuraba, Ichiro;
    Publisher: 北海道大学
  • Publication . Research . 1981
    Open Access English
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    レンツ, K.F;
  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Licht, Georg;
    Country: Germany

    The efficiency wage theories and inter-industry wage differentials : an empirical investigation for the manufacturing sector of the Federal Republic of Germany / von Bernhard Gahlen ; Georg Licht. - Augsburg, 1987. - 28 S. - (Arbeitspapiere zur Strukturanalyse ; 47)

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sumiyama, Kenji; Amano, Hitoshi; Homma, Yoshiya; Hihara, Takehiko; Suzuki, Kenji; Nimori, Shigeki; Kido, Giyuu; Nakagawa, Yasuaki;
    Publisher: Tohoku University

    Heavy fermion behaviors observed in the amorphous(a-) Ce_9Cu_ alloy are markedly suppressed by applying high magnetic fields, H. The electronic specific heat coefficient, which is extremely large at H=0 Oe becomes smaller for H>100 kOe. With increasing H, the magnetization curve increases nonlinearly, where the magnetic susceptibility estimated for H>100 kOe is one order smaller than that for H<10 kOe. At 4.2 K, the magnetoresistance is negative and its absolute value is very small owing to the disorder scattering. These features indicate that a dense Kondo behavior is strongly suppressed in a high magnetic field.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    SAITO, ICHIRO;
    Publisher: THE FACULTY OF FISHERIES, HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITY
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dieleman, Bas;
    Publisher: SSRN e-library
    Country: Netherlands

    For the purpose of this research, pension cuts are defined as a decrease in retirement benefits currently paid to retired citizens and (2) a decrease in accumulated pension rights related to past years of service. This paper focusses on such pension cuts in public pensions and employer sponsored private pensions in all Member States and the U.K. (hereafter the Member States) Similar to pension cuts is the adjustment of pensions to inflation or wage increase. As a result, such adjustments are included in the research. The research also includes many recent pension reforms in the Member States.

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: 岩手大学教育学部

    Currently, there are two main hypotheses explaining the autistic syndrome, concerning the sensory and cognitive information processing levels in the central nervous system (CNS). One possibility is that the autistic patients have a disturbance of the subcortical brain-stem sensory processing, and the other is that information processing at the higher cortical cognitive level is impaired. Brain-stem evoked potential (BEP) , middle latency evoked potential (MLEP) and event related potential (ERP) techniques could be clinically useful for the evaluation of the subcortical brain-stem function, and the cortical function. This research investigated the neurophysiological mechanisms of the processing of sensory input in 9 normal (control) and 9 autistic children, using the technique of brain-stem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) to gauge neural activity to click auditory stimuli. In the earliest components which occur in the 10 msec range, the wave I represents activity in the auditory nerve, and the remaining waves represent synaptic transmission upwards through the ipsilateral and contralateral lemniscal pathways. In this experiment, only 2 of 9 autistic subjects showed BAEP abnormalities, but the other autistic subjects did not show any difference as compared to the controls. If BAEP abnormalities were found, they mignt be related to organic neurological disorders. It is known that the P3b component is small in autistic children. But, some autistic subjects have deviant BAEPs, and they also have deviant middle latency auditory evoked potentials (MLAEPs). Such a neurophysiological investigation by evoked potentials (EPs) may be a clue to the understanding of a subtype of the autistic syndrome.

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Phung, Dinh Trong; Toma, Masayoshi;
    Publisher: 和光大学社会経済研究所

    Based on the result of actual survey concerning corporate governance of Japanese companies conducted by study group at Wako University, a short survey was conducted at four companies in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Through this survey, this paper introduces briefly about corporate governance of Vietnamese companies and notes some differences of corporate governance between Japanese companies and Vietnamese companies.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    MUNEHARA, Hiroyuki; AWATA, Satoshi; KATOH, Rei; KOHDA, Masanori; SUNOBE, Tomoki;
    Publisher: 北海道大学大学院水産科学研究科
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sakuraba, Ichiro;
    Publisher: 北海道大学
  • Publication . Research . 1981
    Open Access English
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    レンツ, K.F;
  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Licht, Georg;
    Country: Germany

    The efficiency wage theories and inter-industry wage differentials : an empirical investigation for the manufacturing sector of the Federal Republic of Germany / von Bernhard Gahlen ; Georg Licht. - Augsburg, 1987. - 28 S. - (Arbeitspapiere zur Strukturanalyse ; 47)

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sumiyama, Kenji; Amano, Hitoshi; Homma, Yoshiya; Hihara, Takehiko; Suzuki, Kenji; Nimori, Shigeki; Kido, Giyuu; Nakagawa, Yasuaki;
    Publisher: Tohoku University

    Heavy fermion behaviors observed in the amorphous(a-) Ce_9Cu_ alloy are markedly suppressed by applying high magnetic fields, H. The electronic specific heat coefficient, which is extremely large at H=0 Oe becomes smaller for H>100 kOe. With increasing H, the magnetization curve increases nonlinearly, where the magnetic susceptibility estimated for H>100 kOe is one order smaller than that for H<10 kOe. At 4.2 K, the magnetoresistance is negative and its absolute value is very small owing to the disorder scattering. These features indicate that a dense Kondo behavior is strongly suppressed in a high magnetic field.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    SAITO, ICHIRO;
    Publisher: THE FACULTY OF FISHERIES, HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITY
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dieleman, Bas;
    Publisher: SSRN e-library
    Country: Netherlands

    For the purpose of this research, pension cuts are defined as a decrease in retirement benefits currently paid to retired citizens and (2) a decrease in accumulated pension rights related to past years of service. This paper focusses on such pension cuts in public pensions and employer sponsored private pensions in all Member States and the U.K. (hereafter the Member States) Similar to pension cuts is the adjustment of pensions to inflation or wage increase. As a result, such adjustments are included in the research. The research also includes many recent pension reforms in the Member States.

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: 岩手大学教育学部

    Currently, there are two main hypotheses explaining the autistic syndrome, concerning the sensory and cognitive information processing levels in the central nervous system (CNS). One possibility is that the autistic patients have a disturbance of the subcortical brain-stem sensory processing, and the other is that information processing at the higher cortical cognitive level is impaired. Brain-stem evoked potential (BEP) , middle latency evoked potential (MLEP) and event related potential (ERP) techniques could be clinically useful for the evaluation of the subcortical brain-stem function, and the cortical function. This research investigated the neurophysiological mechanisms of the processing of sensory input in 9 normal (control) and 9 autistic children, using the technique of brain-stem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) to gauge neural activity to click auditory stimuli. In the earliest components which occur in the 10 msec range, the wave I represents activity in the auditory nerve, and the remaining waves represent synaptic transmission upwards through the ipsilateral and contralateral lemniscal pathways. In this experiment, only 2 of 9 autistic subjects showed BAEP abnormalities, but the other autistic subjects did not show any difference as compared to the controls. If BAEP abnormalities were found, they mignt be related to organic neurological disorders. It is known that the P3b component is small in autistic children. But, some autistic subjects have deviant BAEPs, and they also have deviant middle latency auditory evoked potentials (MLAEPs). Such a neurophysiological investigation by evoked potentials (EPs) may be a clue to the understanding of a subtype of the autistic syndrome.

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