HOS

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AcronymDefinition
HOSHead of State (political title)
HoSHead of School
HOSHealth Outcomes Survey (Medicare survey)
HOSHigher-Order Statistics
HOSHead of Sales (various locations)
HOSHands-On Science (educational program)
HOSHeckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson (economics)
HOSHost Operating System
HOSHrvatske Obrambene Snage (Croatian Defence Forces)
HOSHigher Order Software
HOSHalls of Stone (World of Warcraft)
HOSHome Of Selection
HOSHuman Operator Simulator
HOSHusband Over Shoulder
HOSHrvatski Odbojkaški Savez (Croatian Volleyball Federation)
HOSHealing Our Spirit (Vancouver, BC)
HOSHead Office System
HOSHome Office Specimen (life/health insurance underwriting)
HOSHardy Orchid Society (UK)
HOSHelicopter Oxygen System
HOSHarnessing of Spirit (gaming)
HOSHoliday Oceanview Samal
HOSHighway Operations System
HOSHang Off Sub (oilfield)
HOSHeavy Oilfield Services (gas compressor)
HOSHorizontal Over Scan (TV)
HOSHelicopter Observation System
HOSHuman Organ Systems (class)
HOSHolt-Oram Syndrome
HOSHome Orchard Society
HOSHours of Service
HOSHosea
HOSHostile
HOSHigher Order Surface
HoSHouse of Secrets
HOSHidden Object Scene (gaming)
HOSHospitality
References in periodicals archive ?
But the old trade theory, based on theoretical Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson and Viner-Meade frameworks, can't accommodate two-way trade.
The second point of interest is that the Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson (HOS) trade model predicts that international trade will occur between firms or industries if one can produce with a comparative cost advantage over the other (Samuelson 1947).
The Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson Model, the Linder Hypothesis, and the Determinants of Bilateral Intra-Industry Trade".
The work of Beladi and Marjit (1992) is a simple three-sector extension of the Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson framework, where the third sector, the DFZ, uses sector-specific foreign capital that is foreign-owned.
Section 4 presents the basic analysis of the model and Section 5 presents preliminary results which bring out the strong resemblance our model bears to the Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson model in international economics.
The intuition is the same as the one that prompted Rybczynski (21) to prove his result for the two-sector Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson model.
It is that by offering a synthesis of Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson theory with the Harris-Todaro hypothesis, we have a single and richer framework for asking both trade-theoretic as development oriented questions.