MDIR

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MDIRMedical Device Incident Report
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The highest correlation coefficient is 0.504 between BDSIZE and MDIR (see Table 3), suggesting that companies having boards with many members tend to have most of them also holding directorship positions in other companies.
The untabulated results also show that OUTDIR has a significant positive association with audit committee independence (ACIND), multiple directorship (MDIR), institutional holdings (INSTHLD), and the auditor-type dummies, except PWC.
Except for the CEO/chair duality (DUALITY) variable, the other three characteristics of the main board (i.e., BDSIZE, OUTDIR {actually the fitted values of OUTDIR [FIT_ OUTDIR]} and MDIR) are all statistically significant (p < 0.01) and have their predicted signs.
Median INSOWN 0.057 0.097 0.016 FACMT 6.882 2.504 6.000 ACIND 0.927 0.261 1.000 BDSIZE 11.427 2.518 11.000 OUTDIR 0.840 0.123 0.882 MDIR 0.502 0.221 0.481 DUALITY 0.764 0.427 1.000 INSTHLD 0.646 0.217 0.685 PWC 0.364 0.483 0.000 KPMG 0.173 0.380 0.000 DT 0.209 0.409 0.000 EY 0.218 0.415 0.000 AA 0.027 0.164 0.000 COSIZE 23.262 1.151 23.222 PROFT 0.092 0.113 0.082 LEVG 0.357 0.194 0.331 GROWTH 10.276 47.806 2.201 [EFIN.sub.t-1] -0.970 8.408 0.675 [VRICS.sub.t-1] 0.873 0.335 1.000 Differences Control Group (n = 88) Variable Mean Std.
For LAI and %T we used a minimum lag distance of 1 m, whereas for indirect light measurements (WCO and MDIR) we used a minimum lag distance of 2 m.
We also computed mean WCO and MDIR within each minitransect.
In contrast, MDIR varied significantly both among sites and across stand types ([ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1C OMITTED], Table 2c).
MDIR (mean minutes of direct irradiance/day) showed little or no spatial dependence in the second-growth stands or in the Intervenido selectively logged stand; in these sites the model fits were poor at lag distances from 1 to 40 m (Table 3c).
In this case, both WCO and MDIR had negative regression coefficients (Table 8a).
MDIR also showed a negative regression coefficient, but was not a significant factor (P = 0.121).
Second-growth sites also had significantly greater MDIR, a measure of unweighted canopy openness along solar tracks.