Edward Chamberlin

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Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is an efficacious treatment for a variety of neuropsychiatric conditions including major depression, mania, catatonia, Parkinson's disease, and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. However, ECT-induced memory dysfunction complicates the treatment and is a major concern for both patients and providers. We briefly review ECT-induced(More)
The tenuous place of the concept and role of entrepreneurship is reflected in a relatively recent proposed "synthetic definition" of the entrepreneur as "someone who specializes in taking responsibility for and making judgment decisions that affect the location, form and use of goods, resources or institutions". This definition is "synthetic" in the sense(More)
J.L. Ullmann, R. Reifarth, A.J. Couture, R.C. Haight, J.M. O‘Donnell, T.A. Bredeweg, E.M. Bond, E.P. Chamberlin, M.M. Fowler, M. Jandel, A. Kronenberg, R.S. Rundberg, D.J. Vieira, J.B. Wilhelmy, J.M. Wouters, E.-I. Esch, D.D. Strottman, U. Agvaanluvsan, J.A. Becker, R. Macri, W. Parker, P. Wilk, C.Y. Wu, U. Greife, R. Hatarik, A. Alpizar, P.E. Koehler, G.E.(More)
Although the paper was the product of intense collaboration among the authors, for the final draft Clelia Mazzoni wrote sections 1, 2, 3 and 4, Felice Addeo wrote section 5 and Laura Castaldi wrote section 6. 2 1. Introduction The theme of market segmentation is connected to theoretical reflections upon imperfect competition. In economic theory the moment(More)
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