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TEN-ELEVEN-TRANSLOCATION-2 (TET2) and DNA-METHYLTRANSFERASE-3A (DNMT3A), both encoding proteins involved in regulating DNA methylation, are mutated in hematological malignancies affecting both myeloid and lymphoid lineages. We previously reported an association of TET2 and DNMT3A mutations in progenitors of patients with angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphomas(More)
Sharp for helpful comments and suggestions. We also thank the Penn State Institute for Real Estate Studies for providing access to the New Century database, as well as Dennis Capozza and UFA for providing the F orescore T M Zip data. Abstract This paper examines the relation between mortgage origination fees and mortgage broker competition. A reverse(More)
We provide new evidence of cyclical variation in mortgage default option exercise. For a given level of negative equity, borrower propensity to default rose markedly during the financial crisis and among hard-hit metropolitan areas. Results show that shifts in borrower behavior were more salient to crisis-period defaults than were adverse shocks to home(More)
Geographical scope: With the exception of India and Pakistan, the range of the Lesser Flamingo is fully included within the AEWA geographic scope. This action plan covers the entire African, South Asian and SW Asian Lesser Flamingo breeding and non-breeding range. It requires implementation in the following 12 countries regularly supporting >1% of the(More)
This paper theoretically and empirically analyzes the interactions among capacity investments, product market competition, and the risk of corporate value. In our model, the incumbent firm can invest in inflexible firm-specific capital before observing a demand shock by taking account of its efficiency and entry deterrence effect. Alternatively, the firm(More)
The dramatic expansion in subprime mortgage credit that fueled a remarkable boom and bust in the US housing market offers an opportunity to study linkages across markets. While many studies have examined the spillover effects of subprime credit expansion to other financial markets, the fundamental linkage to other housing markets remains unclear. Our study(More)
The Supreme Court decision in Kelo v. New London (2005) authorized the use of eminent domain for economic redevelopment projects provided that there are sufficient spillover benefits to the public in the form of enhanced taxes and new jobs. This paper examines the economic basis for this decision, and tests the conclusions using cross-state data on economic(More)
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