OMOI


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OMOIOffice of Market Oversight and Investigations
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Much of mainstream educational theory appears to Inoue as a reversal of his omoi, or thoughts and feelings, about education.
On the transparent side of the two-way mirror reside readers, who observe Inoue as he interacts with educational theory and attempts to integrate the theories with his omoi. For readers, Inoue's text is a window into not only Inoue's experience, but also an experience shared by educators universally: the struggle to reflect on our educational practices to improve them.
Since FERC declared OMOI functional in August 2002, the office has focused primarily on outlining its vision, mission, and primary functions; developing basic work processes; integrating its use of an array of tools to oversee the markets; and hiring staff with market experience.
She used advanced vocabulary, such as "shoge-hajime-mashita" (her heart sank), and "to iu omoi ni karare-mashita" (began to think).
The index values for each dimension and the OMOI are presented in Figure 3.
15 31 3 67 Hungary 1 100 9 43 8 40 Poland 2 100 10 40 17 22 Russia 8 72 11 32 21 17 Market Receptivity OMOI Country Rank Index Rank Index China 5 42 2 83 Hong Kong 10 25 3 66 India 18 11 12 31 Indonesia 15 18 20 13 Malaysia 13 20 8 37 Philippines 14 19 23 1 Singapore 1 100 1 100 South Korea 4 44 4 58 Thailand 2 56 6 48 Argentina 17 11 10 32 Brazil 6 38 15 23 Chile 8 34 13 31 Mexico 3 50 11 32 Venezuela 22 3 17 21 Greece 16 11 7 40 Israel 11 24 5 56 Portugal 19 9 9 33 South Africa 9 27 19 15 Turkey 20 6 21 11 Czech Rep.
Each of the dimensions that comprise the OMOI is described briefly, as follows:
First, the OMOI is an aggregate measure of an EM's attractiveness and is useful only in the initial stage of qualifying and ranking countries.
With the stated limitations in mind, the OMOI can provide managers with valuable insights into the nature of EMs.
The OMOI rankings are perhaps most useful for gaining insight about individual markets in a comparative sense.
(17) Isso no koto damatte ireba yokatta Nan no tameni aisometa no daro omoi wo togeru kot wa dekinai daro ni (612).