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I compare the fees, expenses, and trading costs society pays to invest in the U.S. stock market with an estimate of what would be paid if everyone invested passively. Averaging over 1980–2006, I find investors spend 0.67% of the aggregate value of the market each year searching for superior returns. Society's capitalized cost of price discovery is at least(More)
Program slicing is an effective techniqe for narrowing the focus of attention to the relevant parts of a program during the debugging process. However, imprecision is a problem in static slices, since they are based on all possible executions that reach a given program point rather than the specific execution under which the program is being debugged. (More)
provides an international forum for discussion of a broad range of issues pertaining to death investigation. This year we have much to discuss and a wonderful host city to enjoy. Charlotte is a city where cosmopolitan character meets southern comforts. Our meeting will feature presentations and posters that cover a broad range of topics. There will be(More)
  • Lin Chao, Theodore, +10 authors Mukul P Renavikar
  • 2008
Intel Technology Journal (February 2008) on Intel's Technologies and the Environment discusses a wide range of green technologies and efforts to conserve and sustain our natural environment through greener products, buildings, lifestyle, manufacturing and operations. Intel Corporation's four-decade history of technology innovations is a well-known fact.(More)
The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) in collaboration with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are pleased to present the results of the pilot of CSTE's Occupational Health Indicators. CSTE would like to acknowledge the workgroup members for(More)
On the cover: Scanning electron microscopy image of " spheres " of agglomerated nanometer sized to TiO 2. Courtesy of Altairnano, Inc. Used with permission. Disclaimer Mention of any company or product does not constitute endorsement by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). In addition, citations to Web sites external to NIOSH(More)
Note for May 1, 2013 Revision: As new scientific information becomes available to the World Trade Center (WTC) Program Administrator on minimum latencies for the types or categories of cancers on the List of WTC-Related Health Conditions found at 42 C.F.R. § 88.1, minimum latencies may be modified. The Administrator's May 1, 2013 revision to the White Paper(More)
As more is learned about genetic susceptibility to occupational and environmental hazards, there will be increasing pressure to use genetic susceptibility information in setting occupational health standards. Historically, this has not been done, but a growing body of research assesses inherited genetic factors as modifiers of the effects of hazardous(More)