Diversity Segmentation

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Diversity Segmentation

The use of a cost driver (which is a factor that directly contributes to a company's expenses) to account for changing demand.
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Hypothesis 3a: Network heterogeneity will attenuate the positive relationship between organizational legitimacy and customer citizenship behavior.
In an analysis that combined the results of the nine studies that did not adjust for BMI along with crude relative risks from studies that reported both crude and BMI-adjusted relative risks (17 studies in all), the SRR was 1.12, and heterogeneity among the studies was high at 84%.
Among the antecedents of conflict, one frequently examined is the demographic heterogeneity of the team.
'Our study shows that patients with high intra-tumour heterogeneity of the oestrogen receptor were twice as likely to die up to 25-years after their diagnoses as compared to patients with low heterogeneity,' says Linda Lindstrom, researcher at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition, Karolinska Institutet.
Two RCTs of 173 patients gave low-quality evidence to show no difference between corticosteroids and NSAIDs in the rate of treatment response in the short term(relative risk, 1.07; 95 percent CI, 0.80-1.44; moderate heterogeneity P=15,12=53 percent).
Questions of spatial scale, which are essential for testing the influence of environmental heterogeneity, have been largely overlooked in the context of grizzly bear habitat selection, although these have been investigated for other animals such as ungulates (Boyce et al.
Due to differences in the ISR types and specific interventions (DES type and DAPT time) among the study populations, there was a certain level of heterogeneity between the included studies.
Protein biomarker heterogeneity was observed in many patients.
Two previous systematic reviews also suggested that corticosteroids may be therapeutically equivalent to but safer than NSAIDs, but both were based on a very small number of available studies and were hampered by statistical between-trial heterogeneity. The meta-analysis of six trials included a total of 817 patients.