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Length-based stock assessment models estimating mortality rates are attractive choices for assessing fisheries with data deficiencies. The U.S. Caribbean is exploring using these models and trying to optimize their commercial sampling program for such a model.A simulation model was constructed...
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Economic modeling provides academic administrators with a logicalframework for analyzing costs associated with the processes involved in the deliveryof social work education. The specific costs associated with activities such as teaching,research, and service may be determined for a school of...
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When they assess competing theories political scientists typically rely exclusively and naively on criteria of empirical performance. They have correspondingly little to say about conceptual problems and seem generally unaware of the extent to which their assessments of empirical performance are...
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In this paper, I consider one possible defense of the presumption, common among liberal legal and political theorists, that we should respect culture. Specifically, I examine the view, forcefully articulated by Joseph Carens, that we can identify those attachments or practices that are...
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