EHA

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AcronymDefinition
EHAEuropean Hematology Association
EHAEconomic History Association
EHAEvent History Analysis
EHAEmmanuel Hospital Association
EHAElectro-Hydraulic Actuator
EHAEntente de Haute Alsace (French sports club)
EHAEducation for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975
EHAElectrohydrostatic Actuator
EHAEnvironmental Hygiene Agency
EHAÉcole Hôtelière d'Avignon (French: Hotel School of Avignon)
EHAEden Housing Association (UK)
EHAEnglish Hockey Association
EHAEmpty Homes Agency
EHAElectromagnetic Horn Antenna
EHAEnvironmental Hero Award (NOAA)
EHAEasley Homeschool Athletics (Easley, SC)
EHAEastbourne Hospitality Association (UK)
EHAEastern Hunter Association (Raleigh, NC)
EHAEuropean Hypersonics Association
EHAExpect Higher Altitude
EHAEnterprise-Hub Architecture
EHAEarth Humanitarian Agency
EHAEnhanced Harmogram Analysis
EHAEndurance Humanitarian Aid (UK)
EHAEvil Hurricane Angels (gaming clan)
References in periodicals archive ?
State lottery adoptions as policy innovations: An event history analysis.
In these studies, Berry and Berry applied event history analysis (EHA) in predicting the probability that a state would adopt a lottery or a tax in a given year.
We used event history analysis to examine the dynamics of sanctions, predictors of being sanctioned, and the severity of sanctions.
To use discrete-time event history analysis with these data, the observations were converted to person-period format, that is, one record for each person and period under observation.
This paper uses event history analysis to test the significance of several macro-financial and bank-specific variables in explaining bank failures during the Venezuelan banking crisis of the mid-1990s.
complicating inclusion in an event history analysis.
The dependent variable in an event history analysis is the hazard rate of the event--the likelihood that the event of EIA adoption will occur in a given year for a given nation-state, given the population of states that have not yet passed EIA legislation.
4) Discrete-time event history analysis is the most appropriate approach to studying processes in which individuals change from one state to another (e.
The first thing we note is that event history analysis is a commonly used method in the social and biomedical sciences.
Applying event history analysis to data from a sample of 415 hospital employees over a five year period, the results indicate that older, full-time employees, who were less absent, and had an acceptable workload, yet experienced lower co-worker support and responded negatively to the amalgamation of the hospital were more likely to be downsized.
Berry, "State Lottery Adoptions as Policy Innovations: An Event History Analysis," American Political Science Review 84 (June 1990): 395-415; Frances Stokes Berry and William D.
Migration research over the last two decades has progressively shifted to using less aggregate data and econometric methodologies, such as discrete choice and event history analysis models.