6% in the prior year period, primarily reflecting the scale effect
associated with the growth in total net revenue and the increase in average ticket size.
12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 12th, International Telecommunications Union (ITU), China Mobile, Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) and Telecommunication Development Industry Alliance (TDIA) jointly hosted the 5th TD-LTE Technology and Spectrum Workshop during ITU Telecom World 2015 aiming to facilitate the identification of a world-unified program for spectrum planning and sharing scale effect
1%, the TFP effect of innovative adaptation on growth is even smaller than the returns to scale effect
The environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) could arise from the scale effect
in abatement technology as emphasized by Andreoni and Levinson (2001) or from the induced policy response as suggested by Grossman and Krueger (1995).
Finally, it is assumed that the resulting costs depend on the volume of foreign operations and the related scale effect
It is expected that scale effect
on pollution according to other two effects is an increasing monotonic function of income.
This can help us save cost and produce scale effect
while letting us learn local customers' tastes better so that we can earn a larger market share," says Zhang.
CAREY MULLIGAN There's something fishy about the metallic scale effect
on 26-year-old Carey Mulligan's Prada dress.
In fact, there is growing evidence of an inverse scale effect
Here the practical realities need to be considered in as far as that supply distances are likely to have a substantial impact as well as own market size which makes trade affordable due to a scale effect
Misspecified pooled regressions that inappropriately ignore the panel structure (not reported) reveal a small but highly significant scale effect
for current surgeon volume on mortality (elasticity - 0.
The scale effect
sends a shimmer of light the right way up her body.