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1. Executive Compensation, Feedback Effects, and Short-termism - Oxford Talks

This paper develops a model of the interaction between executive compensation and stock market prices, analyzing its implications for corporate short-termism. ... The model helps us assess evidence presented in the “myopia” debate and yields novel

talks.ox.ac.uk/talks/id/f55221e4-ab6a-400d-9282-01d8717eb1d8/- 12k - Cached

2. Professor Kayla King | Department of Zoology

2019. |. Journal article. |. Ecology and Evolution. Background:Fecundity compensation, increased offspring output following parasite exposure, is widely reported, but the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. ... Conclusion:We infer that general stress

www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/people/dr-kayla-king- 111k - 4 Aug 2020 - Cached

3. In situ behavioral plasticity as compensation for weather variability: implications for future climate change — Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics

Search. In situ behavioral plasticity as compensation for weather variability: implications for future climate change.

www.well.ox.ac.uk/publications/865264- 72k - Cached

4. TERMS | Ashmolean Museum

services which have not been provided and you may also be entitled to compensation. ... products we have not provided but we may deduct or charge you reasonable compensation for the net costs we will incur as a result of your breaking the contract.

www.ashmolean.org/terms- 114k - 4 Aug 2020 - Cached

5. Dr Doug McConnell | The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics

The amount of compensation should be proportional to the harm suffered and the amount of hazard pay should be proportional to the risk and burden endured. ... Therefore, key workers should receive the same amount of compensation and hazard pay as the

www.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/people/dr-doug-mcconnell- 102k - 6 Aug 2020 - Cached

6. Active compensation of extrinsic polarization errors using adaptive optics. — Department of Pharmacology

Search. Active compensation of extrinsic polarization errors using adaptive optics. Dai Y., He C., Wang J., Turcotte R., Fish L., Wincott M., Hu Q., Booth MJ. ... We present a scheme for active compensation of complex extrinsic polarization perturbations

www.pharm.ox.ac.uk/publications/1076892- 68k - Cached

7. Causation and compensation

Causation and compensation. 13th October 2015. If the law demanded that the victims of injuries prove what certainly caused their injuries, few would be able to obtain compensation. ... But what rules should govern uncertainty over causation in

www.wadham.ox.ac.uk/news/2015/october/causation-and-compensation- 45k - Cached

8. Student conduct | University of Oxford

a fine of any size. compensation to any person or body suffering injury, damage or loss as a result of his or her conduct. ... The Proctors will then consider whether any consequential action needs to be taken within the University.

www.ox.ac.uk/students/academic/conduct- 86k - 7 Aug 2020 - Cached

9. Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia: Specific priorities research grant – impacts of COVID-19 | Research Support

Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia: Specific priorities research grant – impacts of COVID-19. ... The Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia invites proposals for its specific priorities research grant – impacts of COVID-19.

researchsupport.admin.ox.ac.uk/funding/worsafebc-specific-priorities-research-grant-impacts-covid- 153k - 6 Aug 2020 - Cached

10. Oxford Business Law Blog | Oxford Law Faculty

Info For:. You are here. Oxford Business Law Blog. Filter by. Author. Date. Month. Date (year). Year. Keywords. Country / Region (field_country_region). Order. Brexit. Commercial Law. COVID-19. Competition/ Antitrust. Corporate Finance. Corporate

www.law.ox.ac.uk/business-law-blog- 274k - 5 Jan 2020 - Cached

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