Is the concept of Direct Effect
of EC Law out of date?
Assuming that Z is the variable to be evaluated for a direct effect
, the first stage of the analysis involves a regression of Y against Z.
Students' learning goal orientation has the biggest direct effect
on their learning strategies.
The influence of the federal funds rate on the cost of capital and through the cost of capital on consumption and investment is the largest of the three channels and accounts, on average, for about 55 percent of the total direct effect
Since the camp program involved in this study placed heavy emphasis on continual use of appropriate positive reinforcements, the results strongly support Costello's (1976) contention that positive reinforcement in a child's environment has a direct effect
on childhood depression.
Granted, outlays for office and other commercial buildings amount to only about 1 percent of GNP, and thus the direct effects
on overall economic activity of even a sharp contraction in new construction are limited.
63 identifies the types of legal requirements that may have a direct effect
on the entity's financial statements.
As expected, preservice teachers' effort judgments had a positive direct effect
on their calibration accuracy, suggesting that those exerting more effort to understand the course materials were more accurate about their capabilities.
This situation is the simplest example of a direct effect
on a foreign corporation.
I don't see it having much direct effect
Discussing calls to legalise marijuana, the report said it would, understandably, have a direct effect
on drinking habits.
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