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Prentice A, Schoenmakers I, Laskey MA, de Bono S, Ginty F, Goldberg GR.
In the final panel, Cinzia Alcidi of the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels, Professor Ansgar Belke from the University of Duisburg-Essen & Monetary Expert Panel EU Parliament, Professor Iftekhar Hasan of Fordham University, Hans-Helmut Kotz from Harvard University and former Director of the Deutsche Bundesbank, and Professor Dirk Schoenmaker of the Duisenberg School of Finance at University of Amsterdam debated the policy lessons from the financial crisis.
External technology acquisition includes fully external activities such as fully functional technology from other firms through purchase and licensing (Capon, Glazer 1987; Narula 2001), and quasi-external activities such as technology alliance with other firms (Narula 2001; Schoenmakers, Duysters 2006).
Professor Dirk Schoenmaker has proposed a two-tiered structure for European banks akin to the U.
Ding S, Schoenmakers I, Jones K, Koulman A, Prentice A, Volmer DA.
Vermeer HJ, Steen G, Naus AJ, Goevaerts B, Agricola PT, Schoenmakers CH.
An important element of the new resolution process is the requirement that SIFIs provide supervisors with a document indicating how they could most efficiently be resolved should they encounter financial problems--the so-called living will (see Avgouleas, Goodhart, and Schoenmaker, 2010; Bemanke, 2010).
A possible reason for this decline could be the dramatic loss of foraging sites on floodplains in the study area, as White Storks are highly vulnerable to wetland destruction in breeding areas (Dallinga and Schoenmakers 1989, Barbraud et al.