macroanalysis

macroanalysis

[′mak·rō·ə′nal·ə·səs]
(analytical chemistry)
Qualitative or quantitative analysis of chemicals that are in quantities of the order of grams.
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The macroanalysis also reveals that there are two distinct clusters of CEECs, which cluster with either the CME- (CEEC CME) or the LME-group (CEEC LME).
applied to the data and focused on a macroanalysis that was provided in
However, when analysis is not limited to the wood processing sector, there is abundant material, both macroanalysis and microanalysis, focusing on the influence of exporting (e.
Though it is a cross-disciplinary Native Studies anthology, the editors identify it as devoted to macroanalysis (economics and demography) rather than microanalysis (anthropology, sociology, and cultural studies).
A geographic approach to racial profiling: The microanalysis and macroanalysis of racial disparity in traffic stops.
Another macroanalysis found that an EROI of 3:1 is the bare minimum quality a raw energy feedstock must have to overcome all the production costs and conversion losses and still deliver positive net energy to modern civilization.
Tangian, Andranik (2010), "Not for Bad Weather: Macroanalysis of Flexicurity with Regard to the Crisis," ETUI Working Paper 6, Brussels: 5-26.
He discusses his material and methods, morphosyntactic and semantic analysis, heuristic macroanalysis of noun phrases in million in Modern English corpora, very-large-scale quantitative analysis of the key variable--2+millions versus 2+million, and factors accelerating and retarding change.
Clearly not all or even most men batter their female partners, and a broad macroanalysis of gender-based oppression cannot help differentiate why some men batter their partners while most do not and why some women also batter their intimate partners.
Fidelity to the Original in Literary Translation: Micro--and Macroanalysis of Translational Phenomena".
The article, while highlighting the conceits of mainstream macroeconomics, is nevertheless limited because of its implicit presumption that the salvation from crisis (leave alone other ills) is readily amenable purely from a functional macroanalysis and appropriate policies derived from such analysis.
The very structure of the text--a collection of stand-alone essays on Rwanda, Burundi and the DRC--questions the value of applying a single macroanalysis to such a diverse set of questions and localities that this region presents.