Background[ edit ] The neo-classical model was an extension to the Harrod—Domar model that included a new term: Important contributions to the model came from the work done by Solow and by Swan inwho independently developed relatively simple growth models. Today, economists use Solow's sources-of-growth accounting to estimate the separate effects on economic growth of technological change, capital, and labor. These refinements allow increasing capital intensity to be distinguished from technological progress.
Antiquity to Early Renaissance Professor Gee The course offers an introduction to the history of art and visual culture from antiquity to the Renaissance.
It studies painting, sculpture, architecture, and prints within their historical, social, and cultural contexts, as well as their representation in modern media film, documentary, etc.
Box and Cox () developed the transformation. Estimation of any Box-Cox parameters is by maximum likelihood. Box and Cox () offered an example in which the data had the form of survival times but the underlying biological structure was of hazard rates, and the transformation identified this. 1. Introducción. En marzo de el gobierno impulsó una reforma de la Carta Orgánica del BCRA que podría marcar un antes y un después en la historia del sistema financiero nacional y su . Origine du modèle. Ce modèle a été présenté, dans des formulations proches, par deux économistes keynésiens: Roy Forbes Harrod en dans un article intitulé «An essay in dynamic theory», publié dans l’Economic Journal, repris et complété en dans l'ouvrage Toward a dynamic economics et Evsey Domar en dans un article intitulé «Expansion and Employment.
Surviving as an independent city-state for a thousand years, Venice at the height of its power, by the close of the fifteenth century, ruled an empire extending from the Aegean well into Lombardy. A center of trade and an embarkation point for pilgrimages to the Holy Land, it stood at the crossroads of east and west, north and south.
This seminar will examine the major protagonists of the Venetian Renaissance-Bellini, Titian, Tintoretto, and Veronese-with respect to the international environment in which they lived and worked. Renaissance Venice will put Venetian art into its greater context and students will think about the implications of cultural exchange.
Like all First Year Seminars, this course will cultivate the fundamental skills considered necessary for succeeding at the university level. The Display of Culture Professor Fassl, Warden The course will explore the manner in which art, material culture, and cultural heritage are interpreted through their display in public venues.
Site visits and case studies will allow students to analyze critically both the theoretical and practical aspects of display. Topics will include theoretical approaches phenomenology, semiotics, and aestheticsthe history and culture of collecting and display since the An essay in dynamic theory harrod century, as well as contemporary critiques of institutional ethics, exclusion, or misrepresentation.
Reality, Impressions, Simultaneity Professor Gee This course sets out to chart and discuss the development of painting in France from the emergence of Romanticism in the early 19th Century to the critical recognition of post-impressionist practices at the turn of the 20th Century.
It looks at the changing relations to reality that were developed by the impressionist group, leading to the emergence of a new visual understanding of the world in cubists practices that resolutely abandoned the aesthetics space inherited from the Renaissance. The course considers both the continuous evolution of a classical tradition sustained by state institutions and its progressive superseding by an avant-garde relying on the growth of the private commercial sector.
Throughout this course, the relationship between the visual arts and other forms of cultural expression will be highlighted. BIO Introduction to Biology: Topics include the principles of genetics, evolutionary theory, ecology, and conservation biology.
Course includes occasional afternoon laboratory sessions. It introduces students to the natural history and functions of these important ecosystems.
It examines how the climate, fauna, flora, and landscapes have interacted and evolved over time. Further, it provides students an overview of threats facing these systems today, such as climate change, human use, and non-native species.
It introduces students to research methods used to study mountain environments and impacts of management activities. The travel portion will visit sites in the Central and Western Alps to study natural environments in situ and connect students with local researchers and organizations active in the field.
Students will spend significant time outdoors in the field in a variety of weather. Access to some sites will require moderate amounts of hiking in mountainous terrain. Previous coursework in biology or environmental science encouraged.
BIO W Ecology Professor Della Croce This course examines the interactions of organisms with their environment and each other, the dynamics of populations, the structure and functions of ecosystems, the role of biogeochemical cycles, and biodiversity.
This writing-intensive course counts towards the Academic Writing requirements. BUS T Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Risk Taking Professor Della Corte This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental concepts about being an entrepreneur, especially in the high-tech area, and the related concept of risk taking in order to stay competitive in a fast-moving economy.
Students will look at the basis of entrepreneurship and at fundamental approaches to creating and building a startup business. Students will explore and discuss case studies, articles published in business-related periodicals and sections of published works on entrepreneurship.
This course includes an Academic Travel component to private and public entities that sponsor entrepreneurial activity generally in Switzerland, France and Italy.
Barcelona Professor Rocourt This lecture and travel course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of financial accounting concepts, procedures, analysis, and internal reports as an essential part of the decision-making process.
The focus is on the three basic steps of the accounting process: Emphasis is placed on the general accounting activities leading up to the preparation of financial statements. The travel section of the class will be to Barcelona where students will attend classes at a local partner-university, as well as attend professional presentations by associates at accounting and auditing firms, financial institutions, and financial staff at non-financial firms.
BUS Introduction to Business Systems Professor Cordon The course introduces the global business system in the context of the economic, political, social and technological environments, relating business to society as a whole.
Topics covered include the international scope, function, and organization of firms, and other fundamental concepts of multinational business. The course also addresses functional areas such as the value chain, production, marketing, human resources, and accounting. BUS Marketing in a Global Context Professor Miniero This course is an introduction to the tools and concepts used in the marketing process for consumer and industrial products as well as for services.
The focus is on the basic marketing concepts product, place, price, promotion as they relate to the field of global marketing. Emphasis is placed on the increasingly important role of interdisciplinary tools to analyze economic, cultural and structural differences across international markets.
Specific consideration is given to the development of integrated marketing programs for a complex, global environment. BUS Product and Services Management Professor Miniero This course is designed to provide an understanding of how to manage both products and services over their life cycles.Nuevo Ele: Intermedio, Virgilio Borobio Thrombin - Physiology and Disease, Michael E.
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What is now Middlesex University was originally a vision for a People's University: A polytechnic that would unite science, society and creativity, theory and practice, gas engineers and sociologists.
The dynamic centre for this vision was Enfield College of Technology, a cluster of utilitarian buildings hidden behind houses, factories, shops and public houses on Hertford Road at Ponders End.
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