Chernobai

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Chernobai

 

an urban-type settlement and the administrative center of Chernobai Raion, Cherkassy Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Chernobai is situated 22 km from the Zolotonosha railroad junction, from which lines run to Cherkassy, Grebenka, and Liapliava. The settlement has a wine-making combine and an industrial combine. Chernobai is also the location of a museum of local lore.

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Chernobai, Ekaterina, Michael Reibel, and Michael Carney.
(35.) A host of studies also find effects of highways on local property values (Chernobai, Reibel, and Carney 2011).
In the finance literature, there are many studies exploring the extent of the general risk disclosure but few exploring operational risk disclosure, including: Linsley and Shrives (2006) in UK and Canada; Helbok and Wagner (2006) in North America, Asia and Europe; Oliveira, Rodrigues and Craig (2011) in Portugal; Hemrit and Ben Arab (2011) in Tunisia; Haija and Hayek (2012) in Jordan; Barakat and Hussainey (2013) in Europe; Herghiligiu (2013) in Romania; and Barakat Chernobai and Wahrenburg (2014) in the USA.
While the most prominent IT governance frameworks include ITIL, COBIT, ITCG & COSO (Benaroch & Chernobai, 2012), COBIT and ITIL are commonly used for IT governance implementations (Stevens, 2011).
For the analysis of economic business factors influencing OpRisk, as well as the resulting reputational risk consequences, see, for instance, Cummins, Lewis, and Wei (2006), Jarrow (2008), Jarrow, Oxman, and Yildirim (2010), and Chernobai, Jorion, and Yu (2011).
(13) However, Reibel, Chernobai, and Carney analyze 5,566 house sales in California from 2000 to 2004 and find that homes within 0.4 mile of the freeway are $38,252 more expensive than homes sold right next to the freeway; they attribute the lower value to noise generated by the freeway traffic.
Studies have shown that the number of operational loss events is positively correlated with organizational complexity (BIS 2009; Chernobai and others).
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The scribe Ivan Beliakov, for example, recalled feeling like it was "the end of the world" when he left his native village in Penza for Siberia in 1895; [36] Timofei Chernobai from Poltava wrote (laconically) about the pain of losing two children on the road to Tomsk in 1892; [37] and another Poltavets, Pantalei Tkach, wrote in 1883 that his journey to the Far East had been "very hard because we had little capital." [38] On the more positive side, however, other settlers (and in some cases the same one s) described the "great wonder" that they felt upon crossing the Volga or the trepidation and excitement that came over them as they entered Siberia.