Brown, Earle

Brown, Earle

(1926–  ) composer; born in Lunenburg, Mass. In the 1950s he began to write highly influential avant-garde works in "open form," giving performers wide choices, the scores sometimes being noteless diagrams. He was also an active teacher.
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Brown, Earle, and Lup (2005) provide details about the Romanian new small firm survey.
In a recent study of small private firms in Romania, Brown, Earle, and Lup (2005) find that finance is an important determinant of employment growth.
Thus, Brown, Earle, and Lup (2005) also report managerial opinions on the extent to which various factors constrain their growth.
Brown, Earle, and Telegdy (2004a) estimate the privatisation effect separately for each privatisation year cohort.
Indeed, Brown, Earle, and Telegdy (2004a) find that the privatisation effect is much stronger in Russian firms in expanding industries.
10) These are documented in Brown, Earle, and Telegdy (2004a).
In alternative specifications shown in Brown, Earle, and Lup (2005), reinvested profits, trade credit, and numerous measures of the business environment are included.
23) The job creation, destruction, and employment growth results for Russian and Ukrainian domestic privatisation come from regressions using the same samples as those employed in Brown, Earle, and Telegdy (2004b).