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    Francis K. Achampong & Wold Zemedkun (1995). An Empirical and Ethical Analysis of Factors Motivating Managers' Merger Decisions. Journal of Business Ethics 14 (10):855 - 865.
    This paper examines the role of managerial self-interest in the merger market. It looks at factors influencing managers'' merger decisions by analyzing managerial expense preference factors on cross-sectional data employing non-parametric statistical methods. The same factors are examined for acquiring, acquired, and merging firms, and control groups used in each case. The results support the authors'' contention that managerial discretion is a significant motivating factor for mergers. The changes in expense preference factors indicate management decisions which provide conditions allowing management (...)
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    Benjamin Wold (forthcoming). SENTENCES OF WISDOM. W.T. Wilson The Sentences of Sextus. Pp. Xiv + 478. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012. Paper, US$51.95. ISBN: 978-1-58983-719-5. [REVIEW] The Classical Review:1-2.
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    Herman O. Wold (1969). Mergers of Economics and Philosophy of Science. Synthese 20 (4):427 - 482.
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    Darryl R. Wold (2010). Tell Us Who You Are-Maybe: Speaker Disclaimers After Citizens United. Nexus 16:171.
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  5. Ran Chen & Marc S. Wold (2014). Replication Protein A: Single-Stranded DNA's First Responder. Bioessays 36 (12):1156-1161.
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  6. Herman O. A. Wold (ed.) (1987/1989). Theoretical Empiricism: A General Rationale for Scientific Model-Building. Paragon House.
     
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    Adrian Clarke (2000). News of the Wold. Angelaki 5 (1):79 – 80.
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    S. Beck & S. Vasishth (2009). Multiple Focus. Journal of Semantics 26 (2):159-184.
    Next SectionThis paper presents the results of an experimental study on multiple focus configurations, that is, structures containing two nested focus-sensitive operators plus two foci supposed to associate with those operators. There has been controversial discussion in the semantic literature regarding whether or not an interpretation is acceptable that corresponds to this association. While the data are unclear, the issue is of considerable theoretical significance, as it distinguishes between the available theories of focus interpretation. Some theories (e.g. Rooth's 1992) predict (...)
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    Timothy L. Fort (2000). On Social Psychology, Business Ethics, and Corporate Governance. Business Ethics Quarterly 10 (3):725-733.
    This paper is a response to a recent colloquy among Professors David Messick, Donna Wold, and Edwin Harman. I defend Messick’s naturalist methodology, which suggests that people inherently categorize others and act altruistically toward certain people in a given person’s in-group. This paper suggests that an anthropological reason for this grouping tendency is a limited human neural ability to process large numbers of relationships. But because human beings also have the ability to modify, to some extent, their nature, corporate (...)
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    Richard Firth Green (1991). Jack Philipot, John of Gaunt, and a Poem of 1380. Speculum 66 (2):330-341.
    The macaronic poem beginning “Syng y wold, butt, alas!” given the title On the Times by Thomas Wright, has not attracted much notice, but those who have chosen to comment on it do not seem seriously to have questioned Wright's dating of 1388. In what follows I hope to show that this date is wrong and that On the Times was probably written some eight years earlier. Though such redating is hardly likely to enhance the poem's literary reputation, which (...)
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