### Table 4 presents the descriptive statistics for size measures.

1998

"... In PAGE 15: ... Table4 : Descriptive Statistics for Size Measures The descriptive statistics for the size measures do not show any interesting or surprising trends, the extreme outliers for measures NMImp and NMInh were already discussed in the inheritance section. Comparison to UMD systems In terms of the number of methods and number of parameters, the individual classes in UMD were smaller (average 12 implemented methods per class, with 11 parameters in UMD; average 16 methods per class with 17 parameters in LALO).... ..."

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### Table 3 presents descriptive statistical indicators of these dispersion measures, as

in and

"... In PAGE 19: ... 3.3 Results Table3 presents the parameter estimates th at result from maximizing (3-10) for two slightly different model specifications. In addition to these SML estimates... In PAGE 22: ....e. , latent factors that increase land rentals decrease land that is administratively reallocated). As can be seen in Table3 , the SML-1 estimates of endowments, quotas and property rights now carry the expected sign, but they are statistically insignificant. The estimates shown as the SML Panel-2 estimates in Table 3 result from a slight specification change.... In PAGE 22: ... As can be seen in Table 3, the SML-1 estimates of endowments, quotas and property rights now carry the expected sign, but they are statistically insignificant. The estimates shown as the SML Panel-2 estimates in Table3 result from a slight specification change. As noted above, the intra-village coefficient of variation in off- farm earnings changed only slight between 1988 and 1993 even though the magnitude of off-farm earnings more than tripled over this period.... In PAGE 22: ... Arguably, the intra-village standard deviation in off-farm earnings is the better measure of the potential gains from exchange in the land rental market. As can be seen in Table3 , using this latter measure has surprisingly little effect on the market rental equation. However, it has a major effect on the administrative reallocation estimates (note that this change in variable effects the administrative reallocation equation only through its impact on the estimate of the latent village effect).... ..."

### Table 1 presents the descriptive statistics for the independent measures of Adjusted Gross

### Table 1 presents descriptive statistics for these data. In column (1), we report summary statistics for

2002

"... In PAGE 35: ...Table1 : Descriptive Statistics ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Plants in 1995 Plants, 1989 Firms, 1987 ASM, 1989 (1) (2) (3) Operating .229 .... ..."

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### Table 7 presents the descriptive statistics for size measures. Measure Max 75% Median 25% Min Mean Std Dev

2001

"... In PAGE 14: ... Table7 : Descriptive Statistics for Size Measures The descriptive statistics for the size measures do not show any interesting or surprising trends, the extreme outliers for measures NMImp and NMInh were already discussed in the inheritance section. Comparison to UMD systems In terms of the number of methods and number of parameters, the individual classes in UMD were smaller (average 12 implemented methods per class, with 11 parameters in UMD; average 16 methods per class with 17 parameters in LALO).... ..."

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### Table 2 also presents descriptive statistics of respective index of SMIs and large industries

1999

"... In PAGE 21: ...suggest that large firms smooth the impact of variation in demand by contracting out to SMIs in good times, but servicing all business internally in economic downturns. Table2 . Descriptive Statistics of Manufacturing Production (1992:01-1998:12)a Large Manufacturing Firms SMIs Mean 0.... ..."

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### Table 1 presents the descriptive statistics of the dollar-valued returns for both groups of

"... In PAGE 20: ... Table1 : Dollar-valued Daily Returns : Panel A: East Asian Countries Whole Sample Mean Median Max Min SD Skewness Kurtosis Jarque-Bera Prob. Obs Hong Kong -0.... In PAGE 20: ...51 0.0000 912 Table1 : Dollar-valued Daily ... In PAGE 22: ... Table1 : Dollar-valued Daily Returns Panel B : European Countries Whole Sample Mean Median Max Min SD Skewness Kurtosis Jarque-Bera Prob. Obs France 0.... In PAGE 23: ... Table1 : Dollar-valued daily returns: Panel B (Contd.): European Countries Crisis Mean Median Max Min SD Skewness Kurtosis Jarque-Bera Prob.... ..."

### Tables 3 and 4 present further descriptive statistics from this experiment. Table 3 presents

### Table 1 presents some descriptive statistics of the 202 auctions that remain in our sampl e.

"... In PAGE 17: ...Table1... ..."

### Table 4: Descriptive Statistics for Coupling Measures

1999

"... In PAGE 11: ...1.1 Descriptive Statistics Table4 presents the descriptive statistics for the coupling measures. Columns Max , 75% , Med.... ..."

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