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DOMA

A category of customer loyalty in which customers do not switch to a competitor unless they, as the abbreviation states, die or move away.
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To see why, consider the Domar weight in more detail.
I argue that much like another influential paper by Domar, promoting investment as a panacea for economic growth (97)--a paper that is now generally acknowledged to have misguided the World Bank and the IMF in their aid policy for the past fifty years--so has his 1953 paper misguided U.
Prior to the War, it was Hansen's Fiscal Policy Seminar that was the beacon, as attested by Samuelson, Salant, Galbraith to an extent, Domar, and the editors.
Hoy se utiliza el mismo mito con el fin de destruir el legado de la Revolucion Mexicana asi como domar el espiritu digno y rebelde del pueblo mexicano.
The ratio of gross output to value added is frequently called the Domar factor (Balk, 2009:249).
Tan cotidiana la escena que termina por ser desapercibida, a ojos vista indiferente, y los implicados no saben como detener el impulso de la rueda que no cesa en su pretension de domar el oceano y su furia.
Apparently, Domar did not take the latter into account.
Criado en la fe cristiana y la piedad libresca, el reverendo Haslam se esforzo en domar su memoria y organizar una biblioteca mientras perdia de forma gradual la vista.
2) Domar [1946] extended a well-known growth model called the 'Capital Expansion, Rate of Growth, and Employment' model.
Scots actor Dougray Scott, who co-starred with Tom in Mission: Impossible 2, has revealed that the famous couple are considering a joint production at the Domar Warehouse, where Nicole did a stint two years ago in the play The Blue Room with Iain Glen.
Evsey Domar proposed definitions of outputs and inputs for sectors (or industries) engaged in intersectoral (or interindustry) trade.