The cross-lagged path between task ambiguity at the first measurement and state procrastination at the second measurement ([beta] = .44, p < .001) is significant.
This preliminary study aimed to figure out the relation of task ambiguity and state procrastination in an academic context.
Section II presents the model setup and the optimal employee ownership contract under ambiguity aversion.
In this section, we present the model setup (subsection II.A) and we derive the optimal employee ownership contract characteristics under ambiguity aversion (subsection II.B).
(11) Consideration of such factors during the initial inquiry disrupts the traditional reservation of some interpretive doctrines for cases of statutory ambiguity
In kinematic positioning, the success rate of the ambiguity
resolution was mainly evaluated along with relative baselines with respect to the reference solution.
is not a rare freak; it permeates language as much as water permeates an organism." (1) According to Robinson, there are several levels of ambiguity
First, given inherent and irreducible uncertainties and challenges resulting from diverse institutional environments, we investigate how institutional distance between partners influences knowledge ambiguity
. Second, given that firms establish different relationships with their partners, we examine how the development of relationships that involve the mutual trust and reciprocal commitment of partners help firms reduce knowledge ambiguity
in international alliances.
will be useful in that context,' he said.
According to a study conducted by the Brown University, individuals who are tolerant of ambiguity
- a kind of uncertainty in which the odds of an outcome are unknown - are more likely to cooperate with and trust other people.
Using the ambiguity
threshold to categorically exclude their consideration blunts the role of legislative interpretation in assuring the supremacy of the Constitution.