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Although numerous studies have examined the effect of the internationalization of firms on their performance, a literature review shows that the proposed theoretical models and empirical findings generated by this research stream are inconclusive and contradictory (Capar and Kotabe 2003; Hitt et al.
This last topic includes the use of alkaline proteolytic enzymes (Freddi et al., 2003), filtration membranes for recovery (Capar et al., 2008), and also technologies such as infrared (Gupta et al., 2013).
In addition, further work, for example developing scales, is required (Natarajarathinam, Capar & Narayanan, 2009).
Cem Capar, the Armenian community leader of the Vakifli village said, " We wished for an urgent end to this war.
Capar and Kotabe [2003] showed that a U-shaped relationship also existed in the services sector.
(4.) Balci O, Icen MS, Mahmoud AS, Capar M, Colakoglu MC.
Capar, "Using ground granulated blast furnace slag with seawater as soil additives in lime-clay stabilization," Journal of ASTM International, vol.
Teammate Matija Capar added their two other goals, including their opener seven minutes into the match.
Researchers agree that openness to experience predestines an individual for electoral activity, which is probably due to the stronger links of this trait with the interest in politics itself, participation in political decision-making at meetings or gatherings and greater knowledge of politics (see for example Mondak & Halperin, 2008, Vecchione & Capar, 2009; Mondak, Hibbing, Canache, Seligson & Anderson, 2010).