Laws on mandating ny

26 Jan

Taking advantage of an exogenous legal change that occurred in Taiwanese corporate law in December 2011, we use panel data on 640 publicly traded companies from 2009 to 2015 in a difference-in-differences framework to tease out the effect of cumulative voting.

At home, work and school, New Yorkers generate a lot of trash - and it's a mixed bag.

We are making too much trash - over 4.5 pounds per person per day in NYS!

The database also provides exposure to recycling and reuse businesses and helps end markets for recovered materials in and around New York State access the raw materials they need for production.

Link to database is located on the right under offsite links.

The reforms we have included will move us to an education system that rewards results, addresses challenges and demands accountability.“That’s why I tied a landmark six percent increase in new school spending – raising state funding of schools to a record-high .5 billion in this year’s budget – to vital reforms, including improvements to the systems for teacher evaluation, certification and preparation as well as providing new authority to improve failing schools.

“This year we are finally ensuring that New York’s education system will be about the students it is intended to serve, instead of just perpetuating a bureaucracy.

Corporate scholars have long championed the use of mandatory cumulative voting in developing countries.

Yet, in comparison to majority or plurality voting, we know very little about its effectiveness.

“I described the budget I first proposed just two months ago as an Opportunity Agenda.

The importance of education reform that we fought to include in this year’s budget shows that we believe there is no greater path to opportunity than a good education.“The other transformative issue this budget addresses is ethics.