Postdoctoral Fellows Office. What is a Postdoctoral Fellow? Postdoctoral Fellows (PDFs) are individuals who have completed a doctoral degree and who are seeking. Ingo Fiedler, University of Hamburg, Law & Economics Department, Post-Doc. Studies Economics of Gambling, Gambling regulation, and Gambling Studies. * . Respond to each statement based on your behaviour over the past six months, including today.
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For the first time, a regional breakdown of the countries is presented in this report. This seems quite reasonable, although at the expense of productivity. In which countries is Poker played the most? PhD students and postdocs. So, is this morally acceptable?
Is it morally acceptable to hire postdocs?
I love full fields because that means big payoffs. So outside posts must be considered. Where the starting gate is placed becomes important depending on the distance of the race.
Many major tracks in North America commonly card route races that start near the beginning of the clubhouse turn. Consequently, statistics at most meetings show that horses breaking from the inside four posts win more than their fair share of starts while horses breaking from post 8 and outward capture far fewer races. Some tracks such as Lone Star Park and Gulfstream Park tailor their races to limit the short run to the first turn, giving outside horses an even chance to make the winner's circle.
If you want to benefit from the post position bias and find wagering value, get acquainted with the layout of tracks you play.
Note the distance of two-turn races that begin near the clubhouse turn - an inherent disadvantage for outside runners. For sprints, posts usually are less of a factor because there's sufficient distance along the backstretch to get in stride and racing position.
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Posted by skryazhi in Uncategorized and tagged with academia , jobs July 14, Since I started interviewing for faculty jobs, I had to seriously ponder on how I would run my potential future lab. One question in particular has been bothering me quite a lot. How many postdocs if any should I hire? This is what I would like to discuss here today.
So please, do share your thoughts and contradict me if you think I am wrong. There are three principal dimensions to this question. The first dimension is of course the money: Real decisions are made along the other dimensions. The second dimension is productivity. Research labor comes primarily in two flavors: PhD students and postdocs. Graduate students are less productive and less independent, but are subject to more influence and can be substantially cheaper.
PhDs come in batches once a year and they are a pig in a poke: Postdocs can be hired essentially at any time and are much more predictable. As a pragmatic PI, I would certainly hire more postdocs, if money were available. After all, a postdoc is the fastest, surest and the most cost-effective way to convert grant money into papers. So, is there any reason NOT to hire postdocs?
Unfortunately, there is the third dimension to this question. Is it moral to do so? The majority of postdocs at least in my and closely related fields of biology are people who themselves strive to become PIs after they leave their postdoctoral lab.
So, when they join the lab, they implicitly or explicitly assume that the main payoff for their work will be their future faculty job. Here is the problem: Their assumption is wrong. Number of PhDs and faculty jobs between and This is a figure from this paper published last year.
By Reno Rollins Gambling is legal in Kazakhstan, and the country offers casinos, slot machines, sports betting and a national lottery. On April 1st, , a new law went into effect in Kazakhstan. Gambling establishments located anywhere else are now considered in violation of the law. This law was enacted to help protect the population from the negative influence of gambling establishments.
It is also meant to create a tourist destination, especially aimed at Chinese citizens Kapchagai is located miles from the border of China. Prior to its passage, most casinos and gaming halls were located in the cities of Almaty and Astana, but over 14 casinos and slot-machines halls have been forced to close their doors in Astana alone.
Kazakhstan once contained over 2, gambling halls throughout the country. People in areas once dominated by gaming halls now play cards or billiards for money.
Casinos have been replaced by cafes. Casinos in Kazakhstan With the passage of the new law, a number of casinos have moved to the approved areas, while other casinos are being constructed in the regions of Kapchagai and Shchuchinsk.
The casino situation in Kazakhstan is still in a transitional state, and, as of this writing, a reliable list of current casinos does not appear to exist. The first lotteries in Kazakhstan were organized during the days of the Soviet Union. The state lottery www. In fact, there are 15 private and regional lotteries in operation in Kazakhstan. Proceeds from these games go to the state treasury to assist with social projects.