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INTERLINK

A commercial product comprising hardware and software for file transfer between IBM and VAX computers.
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A series of papers, Sheldon and Maurer (1998) for Switzerland, Furfine (1999) for the United States, Upper and Worms (2002) for Germany, Wells (2002) for the United Kingdom, and Elsinger, Lehar, and Summer (2006) for Austria, to cite only a few, provide empirical analyses of contagion through interlinkages.
The interlinkages are clear but complex to address and this is why we embark on this new initiative," he stated.
The ensuing discussion thus focuses on horizontal linkages in the biodiversity cluster, making some empirical observations on regime interlinkages at the national level.
The 2012 World Development Report on "Gender Equality and Development" ("WDR 2012") illustrated the interlinkages between significant gender gaps in economic opportunities, endowments, and agency.
Rather, it is about the complex interlinkages between population and development.
Zeti Akhtar Aziz highlighted that Islamic finance will continue to serve the economy in an effective manner and that its internationalisation will also continue due to interconnectedness and high interlinkages.
They begin by examining the influence of federal and state policy in higher education, describing interlinkages between policy rationales, strategies in relation to outcomes, and research that links policies and outcomes.
Despite their intuitive clarity, it is very difficult to study these interlinkages empirically, as numerous frictions are at play in the workings of the market mechanism's natural tendencies towards equilibrium.
There is no way to discover an optimal level of exposure or interlinkages other than to observe that level arising spontaneously from investors' plans.
The presence of dependence across countries is a plausible hypothesis in a world characterized by growing real and financial interlinkages, which we test by appropriate econometric procedures.
Some participants were just becoming aware of the interlinkages between chemical and physical systems; others had more sophisticated knowledge.
AWID and DAWN take this a step further, by emphasising the interlinkages between SRHR and other development issues, such as the political economy of globalisation, sustainable livelihood and justice, and restructuring and social transformation.