subperiod

subperiod

(ˈsʌbˌpɪərɪəd)
n
a subdivision of a time period
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Fifth, excess stock returns are negatively (positively) related to prior threshold rating downgrades in the full sample period (financial crisis subperiod).
model for each subperiod. When we make this adjustment to account for
The scope of the contracts shall last until the exhaustion of the fixed amounts per subperiod, but no later than 36 months after the entry into force of each Part.
Using 30 members, we have 1500 years of data for each subperiod from which we can calculate the analogues (which correctly represent the observed SLP anomaly as displayed in Figs.
Based on the IC card data of Qingdao bus, this paper first studies the distribution characteristics and regularity of bus passenger flow in time, analyzes it from a single day passenger flow and subperiod passenger flow, and compares the different weekdays and weekend features.
There are four plots, each corresponding to a different subperiod: 2000-08 represents the pre-existing trend, (5) 2008-10 the Great Recession, 2010-12 the beginning of the recovery, and 2012-14 the fuller phase of recovery.
The shares outstanding data for ETFs are also present in Center of Research in Stock Prices (CRSP), but the update frequency is usually monthly instead of daily with a few exceptions (e.g., NASDAQ 100 ETF during a subperiod).
We now examine whether our finding of superior performance of sin stocks during Republican regimes persists across different subperiods. We divide our sample into three subperiods and estimate regressions (1) and (2) for each subperiod.
For each year, cycle and subperiod were obtained the sowing dates (SD), emergence (EM), first trifoliate leaf (V2), flowering initiation (R1), grain filling initiation (R5), maturation initiation (R7), and full maturity (R8).
Tables 1 and 2 give overviews of the number of words analyzed per genre and subperiod in CLMET3.0 and COHA, respectively:
n, ..., I; n is the number of new resources of planning period; s is the subperiod of planning period.
The ticket-selling period is divided into several subperiods, with [T.sub.j] denoting the number of subperiods of product j and [d.sup.t.sub.j] denoting the time duration of subperiod t of product j.