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Letters from Operation Keep Cannon to the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC). These form letters were signed by people from Roosevelt and Curry Counties in New Mexico and extoled the virtues of Cannon Air Force Base. These virtues include abundant air space, a nearby bombing range, and the base's services rendered to nearby military retirees.
Letters from Operation Keep Cannon to the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC). These form letters were signed by people from Roosevelt and Curry Counties in New Mexico and extoled the virtues of Cannon Air Force Base. These virtues include abundant air space, a nearby bombing range, and the base's services rendered to nearby military retirees.
Letters from Operation Keep Cannon to the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC). These form letters were signed by people from Roosevelt and Curry Counties in New Mexico and extoled the virtues of Cannon Air Force Base. These virtues include abundant air space, a nearby bombing range, and the base's services rendered to nearby military retirees.
Letters from Operation Keep Cannon to the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC). These form letters were signed by people from Roosevelt and Curry Counties in New Mexico and extoled the virtues of Cannon Air Force Base. These virtues include abundant air space, a nearby bombing range, and the base's services rendered to nearby military retirees.
"Can you keep a secret?" is about a urban design for redevelopment of the Heijplaat area, and about an architectural design to transforming the former submarine shed of the RDM into an educational center for sustainable science. The thesis is relevant to the assignment we now face: finding a way to deal with the giant built structures left to us by our industrial past.
We show that it is sometimes efficient for a bank to commit to a policy that keeps information about its risky assets private. Our model, based upon Diamond-Dybvig [1983], has the feature that banks acquire information about their risky assets before depositors acquire it. Banks have the option of using contracts where the middle-period return on deposits is contingent on this information, but by doing so they must also reveal the information. We derive the conditions on depositors' preferences and bankers' technology for which banks would prefer to keep information secret even though they must then use non-contingent deposit contracts.
CONTRACTS ; INFORMATION ; BANKS
Deposit contracts, Interim information.,
We develop a model wherein collusive firms' decisions to keep or to destroy the hard evidence is endogenous. Unlike previous literature, we assume that the administration of the cartel crucially depends on the existence of the hard evidence. Within this framework, we explore the impact of a leniency program on whether firms' incentives are to destroy or to keep the hard evidence. Moreover, we examine firms' incentives to report or not to report the hard evidence to the antitrust authority. We show that firms may willfully keep the hard evidence, even if a leniency program is not available, in order to enhance the stability of the cartel. Additionally, we prove that firms are more inclined to keep the hard evidence when a leniency program is available. Finally, we demonstrate that firms are more likely to destroy the hard evidence when ...
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