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Stolin

 

a city and administrative center of Stolin Raion, Brest Oblast, Byelorussian SSR. Situated on the Goryn’ River of the Pripiat’ River basin, Stolin is 7 km from the Goryn’ railroad station on the Luninets-Sarny line. It has a creamery and a distillery. The city also has an agricultural technicum and a museum of local lore.

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This view is supported by the observation that, although the average stock-for-stock acquirer's merger announcement abnormal return is negative when the target is publicly owned, it is positive when the target is not publicly owned (Chang, 1998; Schultz and Zaman, 2001; Fuller, Netter, and Stegemoller, 2002; Louis, 2005; Faccio, McConnell, and Stolin, 2006).
Harvey (1988) and Rendu de Lint and Stolin (2003) offer support for the consumption-smoothing explanation by showing that the slope of the yield curve is useful for forecasting both consumption and output growth.
Ingo Walter (2002) and Keswani and Stolin (2006) undertook cross-sector analyse for the performance, persistence, and competition in mutual funds.
Also among the World War II refugees were many members and some leaders of Hasidic sects, such as Belz, Bobov, Chernobyl, Lisk, Munkatch, Novominsk, Satmar, Skver, Stolin, Talin, Trisk, and Zanz, to name some of the more prominent ones.
On the horizon--In early June, Coffee Bean International was sold to an investment firm by the name of Horizon Holdings, managed by Phillip Estes and James Stolin.
Project goal Creation of conditions for increasing greenhouse film volumes collection and shipment for further recycling in Stolin
2000), may be associated with related party transactions (Cheung, Raghavendra, and Stouratis, 2006), mergers and acquisitions (Bae, Kang, and Kim, 2002; Bigelli and Mengoli, 2004, Holmen and Knopf, 2004; Faccio and Stolin, 2006), equity issues (Buysschaert, Deloof, and Jegers, 2004; Baek, Kang, and Lee, 2006), and self-dealing (Djankov, La Porta, Lopez-de-Silanes, and Shleifer, 2008).
Workshops "Algebra, Geometry and Mathematical Physics" (AGMP) started in 2005 within the framework of the Baltic-Nordic Network and since then we have already had three these scientific meetings, held at Tallinn University of Technology (Eugen Paal, chair), Lund University (Sergei Silvestrov, chair), and Chalmers University of Technology and Goteborg University (Alexander Stolin, chair).
For instance, Keswani and Stolin, in examining whether the "smart money effect" exists in the British mutual fund market, acknowledge that OEICs entered the market in the 1990s, but they assume that "differences between unit trusts and OEICs are unimportant and [they] refer to both types of funds as mutual funds.
Description :Project goal Creation of conditions for increasing greenhouse film volumes collection and shipment for further recycling in Stolin
Petr Kulish (a,b), Nenad Manojlovic (b,c) *, Maxim Samsonov (d), and Alexander Stolin (e)