to Experience (Goldberg, 1999) and Need for Cognition (Cacioppo, Petty, Feinstein, & Jarvis, 1996) assessed cognitive openness
in a research titled the degree of openness
of economy in Iran studied the effect of openness
of economy in Iran from the period 1973 to 2007 using Autoregressive-Distributed Lag (ARDL).
And over time, with agility, flexibility and control now more important to customers than ever, true openness
will win out, he added.
Senate Chairman added that in any democracy one of the over-riding principles is that its politician should be accountable for their actions, because openness
and transparency is indispensable for the development of the democracy, parliament and the nation as a whole.
In the GCC, investment in major infrastructure programs will continue to drive trade openness
through higher imports.
Mendoza (1994) uses a stochastic dynamic business cycle model and finds very little connections between financial openness
and volatility of output and consumption.
The purpose of the current study is to examine a model of task performance as an outcome of CI and one's level of openness
in a cross cultural encounter.
With the CPO, IT providers, integrators and customers have developed for the first time a common understanding on the subject of openness
of IT systems in the context of PLM.
They stressed the government's responsibility to protect residents from any misuse of political openness
Keywords: Trade Openness
, Inflation, Unit Root Testing, Multivariate Cointegration Approach, Vector Error Correction Model, Pakistan
of Canterbury) take virtue in its standard Greek definition of moral excellence that takes various personal and public forms, and argue that it characterizes emerging forms of openness
such as open source, open access, open archiving, and open publishing.
However, the existing degree of openness
in any organization's culture is really what determines the acceptance of new tools like these.