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diether

(daɪˈiːθə)
n
an organic chemical compound that contains two ether groups
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Cohen, Diether, and Malloy (2013) find that firms with records of generating abnormal returns from R&D expenditures are more likely to generate future returns and "real outcomes" with their current R&D expenditures.
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Diether Dehm, a 66-year-old member of the far-left Die Linke party, reportedly posted a picture of the refugee in his car in Facebook and is now facing a police investigation after German news outlet Bild am Sonntag exposed his actions.
2002; Boehmer, Jones, and Zhang, 2008; Diether, Lee, and Werner, 2009).
For example, Diether, Malloy, and Scherbina (2002) have demonstrated that by using the dispersion of the earnings forecasts of analysts to measure the degree of divergence in investor opinion, they showed that stocks with higher dispersion rates earned lower future returns than similar stocks (Chang, Cheng, & Yu, 2007).
Germany - Diether Kerner, Executive Creative Officer, Philipp und Keuntje
Dispersion in analysts' earnings forecasts has been used extensively in accounting and finance literature as a measure of uncertainty (Liu and Natarajan (2012), Barron and Stuerke (1998), Diether, Malloy and Scherbina (2002).
For an overview of the situation just prior to the outbreak of the war, see Diether Gotz Lichdi, Men noniten im Dritten Reich: Dokttmentation und Deutung (Weierhof: Mennonitischer Geschichtsverein, 1977), 23-24.