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  • GAD: The fortune of Garden Art Design/ Avant – garde 

    Georgi, Neratzia Julia; Rafferty, Declan (Zografou Municipal Enterprise of Development (DEADIZ), 2011)
    People have always admired a sculpture whether it was in a prominent place or simply appear in a corner somewhere. The GAD project tackled an emerging cultural challenge defined by contemporary trends for integrated ...

  • GARCH models in Risk Management. MEASURING VOLATILITY 

    Giannopoulos, Kostas (Butterworth Heinemann, 2000-02)
    Abstract The objective of this chapter is to examine the ARCH family of volatility models and its use in risk analysis and measurement. An overview of unconditional and conditional volatility models is provided. The former ...

  • The General Valuation 2013 in Cyprus: Experiences and Good Practices 

    Varnavas, Pashoulis; Dimopoulos, Thomas (FIG-OICRF, 2015)
    The General Valuation has a very significant role to play in Cyprus’ economic environment because it forms the basis by which all property taxes are levied. It is considered as a very important land management tool, as ...

  • Generalising about univariate forecasting methods: further empirical evidence 

    Fildes, Robert; Hibon, Michele; Makridakis, Spyros; Meade, Nigel (Elsevier, 1998)
    This paper extends the empirical evidence on the forecasting accuracy of extrapolative methods. The robustness of the major conclusions of the M-Competition data is examined in the context of the telecommunications data ...


  • Generalized Setting Equations for the Memory Elements of Sequential Machines -Self-Independence Criteria 

    Philokyprou, G.; Gaitanis, N.; Halatsis, Constantin (Informatica, 1976-10)
    This ~Bper is concerned vith a foimal derivation of generalized se~ting (exeitation) equations of the tlip-tlop memory elements of a sequential mac~ine,Tte equations are expressed in terms ot four normalized transition ...

  • Generalized setting equations for the memory elements of sequential machines. Self-independence criteria. 

    Philokyprou, G.; Gaitanis, N. (Informatica, 1976)
    This paper is concerned with formal derivation of generalized setting (excitation) equations of the flip-flop memory elements of a sequential machine. The equations are expressed in terms of four normalized transition ...

  • Genetic and proteomic analysis of the MHC class I repertoire from four ovine haplotypes 

    Ballingall, Keith T. (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2008)
    Immunity to livestock diseases can be studied directly in the target animal, but its elucidation is often constrained by the lack of major histocompatibility complex (MHC)-defined animals. To address this issue, we have ...

  • Global Pension Funds: An empirical investigation for obtaining the optimal portfolio strategy 

    Zavros, Stefanos (Master of Business Administration, Shcool of Business, Neapolis University Pafos, 2014-10-09)
    Sufficient management of pension fund schemes entails a prior level of development in the financial sector. ALM and LDI are the most-well known techniques that they provide guidance and control to pension funds from the ...

  • Globalization and profits in the Balkans 

    Athanasopoulos, Constantinos GE. (Κέντρο Επιμόρφωσης Μελετών Έρευνας και Ανάπτυξης, 2006)
    Greek private direct investments in Balkan countries carry a special weight because, on the one hand, the country of origin of the capital invested is a member of the European Union and, on the other, it is a neigh boring ...

  • Globalization and the instability of global financial markets 

    Sklias, Pantelis; Maris, Georgios (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013-07)
    The financial and economic crisis that began in 2007 is a clear example of how is globalisation connected to the instability of global financial markets. Our target is not to analyze the immediate and direct contributing ...

  • Greece and the Euro: The chronicle of an expected collapse 

    Galanos, George; Pavlidis, George; Kotios, Angelos (Springer Link, 2001-10)
    Ten years after Greece’s accession to EMU, the venture has proved to be almost a complete failure. Obviously, the country joined EMU disappointingly unprepared. After EMU accession, Greece failed to seek the necessary ...

  • Greece's Entry into the Support Mechanism 

    Sklias, Pantelis; Maris, Georgios (Eburon, 2016)
    The course of the Greek economy in the past few years has been at the epicentre of international debate, as part of the fallout from the global financial crisis. The Greek economy’s present position within the global economy ...

  • Greek Diplomacy towards Fascist Italy, 1922-1940 

    Klapsis, Antonis (2013)
    Greek foreign policy during the Interwar period was heavily affected by the legacy of the Asia Minor Disaster. After the signing of the Peace Treaty of Lausanne (24 July 1923), Greece’s strategic aims focused on ...

  • Greek Hidden Champions: Lessons from Small, Littleknown Firms in Greece 

    Voudouris, Irini; Lioukas, Spyros; Makridakis, Spyros; Spanos, Yiannis (Pergamon, 2000-12)
    The purpose of the research described in this paper is to first identify successful Greek SMEs that can be qualified as ‘hidden champions’ and second to uncover the factors that have contributed to their success. These ...

  • Greek Private Investment in the Balkans 

    Athanasopoulos, Constantinos GE. (Κέντρο Επιμόρφωσης Μελετών Έρευνας και Ανάπτυξης, 2006)
    Greek private direct investments in Balkan countries carry a special weight because, on the one hand, the country of origin of the capital invested is a member of the European Union and, on the other, it is a neighboring ...

  • Greek School Principals’ Efficacy Beliefs on Teacher Performance Evaluation 

    Kaltsonoudi, Kalliope; Athanasoula-Reppa, Anastasia (Journal of Teacher Education and Educators, 2016)
    This study, through quantitative approach, aims to determine the level of Greek school prin-cipals’ self-efficacy (SE) beliefs regarding their new role as evaluators of their teaching staff. It also aims to examine how ...

  • The Greenways in Athens 

    Georgi, Neratzia Julia (2010-06)
    Greenways are corridors of undevoped land in a city setting. They include vegeration belts, creeks, rivers,floodplains and other natural features along public infrastructures. Public infrastructures consist of utility ...

  • The Growth of Palms under Sheltered Mediterranean Conditions 

    Georgi, Neratzia Julia; Sarikou, S.; Thymakis, N. (The International Palm Society, 2005)
    The Palmae are one of the most important plant families, with great contributions to mankind. Their unique appearance, regular growth habit and adaptatibility to cultivation are remarkable, but their growth rates in ...

  • H διαπραγμάτευση της συμφωνίας ΕΕ και ΗΠΑ για τη διαβίβαση χρηματοοικονομικών δεδομένων στον απόηχο της υπόθεσης SWIFT 

    Pavlides, Georgios (2010-04)
    Από το 2006, το βελγικό δίκτυο SWIFT βρίσκεται στο επίκεντρο μιας κρίσης με σημαντικές νομικές παραμέτρους και έντονες πολιτικές διαστάσεις. Η κρίση προκλήθηκε από τις ενέργειες των αμερικανικών αρχών, ειδικότερα από την ...