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torose

[′tȯ‚rōs]
(invertebrate zoology)
Having knobby prominences on the surface.
Cylindrical with alternate swellings and contractions.
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Torous is cautiously optimistic about the future of mental health apps but has concerns.
Esta abordagem segue a estrutura inicialmente proposta por Ball e Torous (1983), tambem usada por Vlaar e Palm (1993) e Das (2002).
Torous, 1999, "Individual Decision-making and Investor Welfare", Economics Notes.
Therefore, some studies, such as Schwartz and Torous (1992), Dennis et al.
1) that Torous materials follow when they dry from saturation.
1) This literature includes work by Brown, James, and Mooradian (1993) on public debt and bank debt restructurings; Gilson (1990) on bank debt restructurings; Brown, James, and Mooradian (1994) on asset sales; Erwin and McConnell (1997) on piecemeal voluntary liquidations; Tashjian, Lease, and McConnell (1996) on prepackaged bankruptcies; and Ang, Chua, and McConnell (1982), Franks and Torous (1989), and Hotchkiss (1994) on bankruptcy filings.
Yet these choices can have large impacts on individual welfare (Benartzi and Thaler 2001, 2002; Brennan and Torous 1999), as well as fiscal sustainability and financial markets.
For instance, Hong, Torous, and Valkanov (2007) find that a number of industry returns can forecast the market's return by up to two months and contend that investors are inattentive to the predictive information contained in industry returns.
Before deciding whether the firm should be liquidated or not, an automatic stay of assets allows time for mangers to communicate with creditors (Franks, Nyborg, & Torous, 1996).
Ball y Torous (1988) incluyeron explicitamente la incertidumbre sobre datos de acontecimiento.
Ball and Torous (2006) examined the correlation across a number of international stock market indices.
Belker, Franks & Torous (1999) report once the result of a workout attempt is known, the returns to shareholders are greater for firms which successfully complete a workout, than for firms entering bankruptcy procedure.