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Capitalization

The debt and/or equity mix that funds a firm's assets.

Market Capitalization

The total value of all outstanding shares of a publicly-traded company. The market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the shares outstanding by the price per share. Market capitalization is one of the basic measures of a publicly-traded company; it is a way of determining the rough value of a company. Generally speaking, a higher market capitalization indicates a more valuable company. Many exchanges and indices are weighted for market capitalization. It is informally known as market cap. See also: Large cap, Mid cap, Small cap.

capitalization

The amounts and types of long-term financing used by a firm. Types of financing include common stock, preferred stock, retained earnings, and long-term debt. A firm with capitalization including little or no long-term debt is considered to be financed very conservatively. Also called cap, capital structure, financial structure, total capitalization. See also complex capital structure, large-cap, market capitalization, recapitalization, small-cap.
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We stress, additionally, that knowledge has a significant impact on how all involved parties approach native title cases and the credence given to particular knowledge claims effects the final decision made about the claim.
With less than two years left to run in native title cases, and with cases still ongoing, the reinstatement of respondent funding promised by the Coalition would come at a critical time.
The next two chapters consider specific uses of historical expertise in Australian native title cases and are much more engaging for the historian.
Western Australia has continued its impressive record in settling native title cases with today s Gooniyandi native title determination in the Kimberley region.
Murgo says the court should consider ways to reduce the burden of ballot title cases that now consume an estimated one-fourth of the court's time.
Williams worries that the advances made in the law as it applies to Aboriginal rights may not be available in Aboriginal title cases.
This does not explain, however, why the anthropologists Baldwin Spencer, Elkin, Stanner, Strehlow and the Berndts should have been relegated to a selective bibliography, while Daisy Bates receives an error-strewn page that makes no reference to her work's relevance to native title cases.
a Up until this year, both claimants and respondents in native title cases have had fair and equal access to assistance and legal representation,a Mr Laurie said.
2 million over two years hardly a vast sum of money for the Government, yet vital funds for the more than 1,300 respondents still to have their native title cases heard.
Contemporary Aboriginal people have engaged with this material through Native Title cases, art, design, literature, film, photography and sustained critiques.
In most Native Title cases (and the Hindmarsh Island Royal Commission, in particular) history is contested with anthropology as a court-recognised discipline with expertise in matters to do with Indigenous peoples.
Its use in Native Title cases is piecemeal and fragmentary.