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MIMEOMusic in Movement Electronic Orchestra
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(1997), `Reorganization Costs, Business Cycle, and Asset Prices', University of Lausanne, mimeo.
Dissertacao de Mestrado (mimeo), Direito SP-FGV: Sao Paulo, 2014.
Mimeo Digital's app was developed to fit the increasingly mobile needs of customers through a better user experience that maintains intellectual property protection.
An Experimental Study of Threshold Strategies." Mimeo, 2013.
Evidence from vacancy postings," Yale University, mimeo, March 30, http://faculty.som.yale.edu/lisakahn/documents/ HershbeinKahn_3_30_2015_draft.pdf.
The addition of HubCast's platform for print procurement and delivery will enhance the services Mimeo currently provides.
Mimeo CEO John Delbridge, explained "Our executive team decided to consolidate several smaller offices located at a different building in order to create a central New York City hub to house Mimeo's U.S.
(2011): "The Connectivity Scorecard", Nokia Siemens Networks, mimeo.
Townsend, "Growth Through Rigidity: An Explanation of the Rise of CEO Pay," mimeo. Return to text.
The magazine didn't publish as rapidly as other little mimeo magazines of the era--but it did publish longer.
A macroeconomic model with a financial sector, Princeton University, mimeo.