- adj. eponymous descriptive adjective used in Microeconomics. Indicates the derivation of the mathematics or the effect to have come from, and be credited to, Slutsky's early twentieth century work.
- Eponym after the Russian mathematical statistician and economist Eugen E. Slutsky. (Wiktionary)
“I believe I read somewhere that Supervisor Slutsky is already looking at a tax rate of 76 cents at a minimum (up from 71 cents currently).”
“Slutsky is owner of E2, an environmental policy consulting firm, as well as an Adjunct Professor in the McIntire School of Commerce and the Department of Urban and Environmental Planning at UVa.”
“Long Island Wins Director Maryann Sinclair Slutsky was one of the panelists moderating the discussion, and at the close of the evening, she commended the tone of the dialogue, which remained civil and open despite ideological differences.”
“Jean Slutsky, director of the agency's Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness, said the research was undertaken because clinicians have indicated that uncertainly over the risks and benefits of NovoSeven for the off-label uses posed a dilemma on whether or how to use the drug.”
“/ Hu Jintao to Obama: Fine, thank you for asking #DearHuless than a minute ago via TweetDeckPeter Harris Slutsky pslutsky”
“The U.S. decision is insulting," said Leonid Slutsky, first deputy chairman of the Duma's Committee on Foreign Affairs.”
“It's not uncommon for nonprofits to take from their rainy-day funds, but in many cases, it's not a sustainable state," says Lorie Slutsky, president of the New York Community Trust, the largest private funder of the city's nonprofits.”
“To make the reports' findings understandable to parents, caregivers and clinical providers, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will put out "translation guides" about them and the strength of the evidence in the literature, according to Jean Slutsky, director of the Center for Outcomes and Evidence at the agency.”
“In the New York Sun article by Carolyn Slutsky, Barbier is quoted as saying that the site is for people who prefer quality over quantity, always a code for "expensive.”
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