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    • A dynamic theory of economics: What are the market forces? 

      Dannenberg, Alia Asha; Estola, Matti; Dannenberg, Anna (Romania, 2019)
      The main weakness in the neoclassical theory of economics is its static nature. By a static model one cannot explain observed time paths of economic quantities, like the flows of production of firms, the flows of consumption ...
    • Associations of CAIDE Dementia Risk Score with MRI, PIB-PET measures, and cognition 

      Stephen R; Liu Y; Ngandu T; Rinne JO; Kemppainen N; Parkkola R; Laatikainen T; Paajanen T; Hänninen T; Strandberg T; Antikainen R; Tuomilehto J; Keinänen Kiukaanniemi S; Vanninen R; Helisalmi S; Levälahti E; Kivipelto M; Soininen H; Solomon A (Alankomaat, 2017)
      Background: CAIDE Dementia Risk Score is the first validated tool for estimating dementia risk based on a midlife risk profile. Objectives: This observational study investigated longitudinal associations of CAIDE Dementia ...
    • Measured energy content of frequently purchased restaurant meals: multi-country cross sectional study 

      Roberts, SB; Das, SK; Suen, VMM; Pihlajamäki, J; Kuriyan, R; Steiner-Asiedu, M; Taetzsch, A; Anderson, AK; Silver, RE; Barger, K; Krauss, A; Karhunen, L; Zhang, X; Hambly, C; Schwab, U; Triffoni-Melo, AT; Taylor, SF; Economos, C; Kurpad, AV; Speakman, JR (BMJ, 2018)
      Objective To measure the energy content of frequently ordered meals from full service and fast food restaurants in five countries and compare values with US data. Design Cross sectional survey. Setting 223 meals ...
    • Newtonian and Lagrangian Mechanics of a Production System 

      Estola Matti; Dannenberg Alia Asha (Hyperion University, 2016)
      We define the economic correspondents for kinetic and potential energy of production and mutually coherent Newtonian and Lagrangian frameworks for modeling production. The neoclassical theory is shown to correspond to ...
    • No Genetic Overlap Between Circulating Iron Levels and Alzheimer's Disease 

      Lupton MK; Benyamin B; Proitsi P; Nyholt DR; Ferreira MA; Montgomery GW; Heath AC; Madden PA; Medland SE; Gordon SD; Lovestone S; Tsolaki M; Kloszewska I; Soininen H; Mecocci P; Vellas B; Powell JF; Bush AI; Wright MJ; Martin NG; Whitfield JB (IOS Press, 2017)
      Iron deposition in the brain is a prominent feature of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Recently, peripheral iron measures have also been shown to be associated with AD status. However, it is not known whether these associations ...
    • Predictors of adherence to treatment by patients with coronary heart disease after percutaneous coronary intervention 

      Kähkönen, Outi; Saaranen, Terhi; Kankkunen, Päivi; Lamidi, Marja-Leena; Kyngäs, Helvi; Miettinen, Heikki (Wiley-Blackwell, 2018)
      Aims and objectives To identify the predictors of adherence in patients with coronary heart disease after a percutaneous coronary intervention. Background Adherence is a key factor in preventing the progression of ...