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50 (4): 370). This is the ‘selection on observables’ assumption (50 (4): 382). The terms ‘company financed’, ‘private’ and ‘own’ R&D expenditures are used interchangeably (50 (4): 371). or to refer to previously-defined terms: Firms in ‘preferred’ development areas receive 60% of the approved R&D budget (50(4):373). 78% of the owners would be ‘somewhat’ or ‘very’ unlikely to sell their winery if they would get a higher return on the stock market (50 (4): 432). or to mark a slightly unusual word or phrase: The mean respondent does between a quarter and a half of his socializing with ‘wine people’ (50 (4): 439).

3 The most common mistakes made by students who do not have mother-tongue English involve leaving out the (in)definite article when it is necessary to use it, or, vice versa, putting it in when it is not needed. ) The title of a monograph by a Dutch social geographer was ruined by the Indian publishers who printed: Informal Sector in Clothing Industry of Tamil Nadu. Though this was good Indian English, it sounds illiterate in both British and American English, where it would be: The Informal Sector in the Clothing Industry of Tamil Nadu.

In the following sentence, however is placed awkwardly: This estimate, however, is not significantly different from zero. This would read better as: This estimate is not, however, significantly different from zero. g. ‘Note, however, that quality is well controlled for in the regression’ (JIE 50 (4): 451). The G8 summit of 2005 had ambitious aims to end poverty in Africa. This is unlikely to happen in the near future, however. Note that, when using however in this sense of drawing a contrast, it is always followed by a comma when it occurs at the beginning of a sentence.

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