NEHRT

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NEHRTNew and Emerging Health Related Technologies
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The plots of expression similarity measured using linear or rank correlation coefficients were qualitatively similar to the analogous plots reported by Nehrt and colleagues [26] (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)) in that the strongest correlation was observed among within-species paralogs, followed by orthologs and then by between-species paralogs.
A visit by Mr Cooper and a colleague from NEHRT to Russia, Lithuania and Latvia was featured on a recent programme for BBC Radio Wales.
Most of this research is conducted at the organization level of analysis, whether focusing on motivations for corporate greening (Bansal and Graham 1997; Stead and Stead 1996; Winn 1995), typologies of greening (Berry and Rondinelli 1998; Hart 1995; Hass 1996a; Hunt and Auster 1990; Roome 1992), or implications of corporate greening for firm performance (Hart 1995; Hart and Ahuja 1996; Nehrt 1996; Russo and Fouts 1997).
125] reports from a survey by Nehrt that only "17 percent of the graduates of 53 of the largest doctoral (business) programs had studied international business as part of their training." Arpan et al.
We appreciate comments on earlier versions of this paper from Glen Dowell, Charles Fombrun, Steve Mezias, Chad Nehrt, and seminar participants at the Stern School of Business, New York University.
[26.] Nehrt, L.C., "The Internationalization of the curriculum", Journal of International Business Studies, Vol.
Sarathay reports from a survey by Nehrt that only "17 percent of the graduates of fifty-three of the largest doctoral (business) programs had studied international business as part of their training."(7)
Mary's 4-year-old class includes Ella Bert, Zane Cowan, Kelsey Davitz, Lilly Dodson, Kendall Freeman, Harper Jany, Parker Knott, McKenzie Korando, Charlotte Nehrt, Blake Petrowske, Melanie Reiman, Penelope Seymour and Anna Sulser.
Apparently, several reported studies have found only a small percentage of companies placing much emphasis on an international education in hiring policies (Reynolds and Rice 1988; Nehrt 1977; Tung 1981).
In Nehrt's (1998) typology of environmental culture, the culture in Mexico prior to the mid-1990s could be best described as falling between no effective regulation to one containing some elements of command and control.