Diversity Score

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Diversity Score

A measure of the diversification (by industry) of a collateralized debt obligation. Moody's was the creator and the original user of the diversity score.
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Savy M, Martin--Prevel Y, Danel P, Traissac P, Dabire H and F Delpeuch Are dietary diversity scores related to socio-economic and anthropometric status of women living in an urban area in Burkina Faso?
Stocks in diverse companies also outperformed companies with lower gender diversity scores, the bank's research arm found in a major report released this week.
As a result of the Agro Horizon project, 80 percent of target farmers will use improved technologies and practices, leading to improved smallholder productivity and household income; the assisted agribusinesses will drive a 25 percent increase in domestic and regional export market share; and average household dietary diversity scores will increase by at least 10 percent.
Are dietary diversity scores related to the socio-economic and anthropometric status of women living in an urban area in Burkina Faso?
The construction of the racial-diversity indices is described in Meisenberg (2007), along with a listing of country-level racial diversity scores for 198 countries and territories.
There are fewer districts with extremely high spatial diversity scores, particularly in terms of the ACS factors.
The central finding of this analysis was the inverse association of the diversity scores with asthma [prevalence], which was not confounded by living on a farm," said Dr.
ITIs earning all of their revenue from consolidated customer networks thus returned low network diversity scores.
Shannon diversity scores at the upstream site were 0.
The economic diversity scores for other notable major cities are: Houston, in 81st place with a score of 74.
Gene diversity scores were calculated for each marker as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] where [p.
Both tropical sites had similar patterns in the diversity scores measured in progressively larger areas [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4B OMITTED].