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AEA

Abbr. for “Aluminum Extruders Association.”
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These sessions were jointly sponsored by the American Economic Association (noted on the program as "AEA/ODE").
The association also established American Economic Association Publications, and Vol.
When we presented an earlier version of the paper to the meetings of the American Economic Association, Mark Blaug rose from the audience to wager that the Flesch Index was flawed because it would not identify an early master stylist, such as Adam Smith, as a clear writer.
Blinder is a Distinguished Fellow and past vice president of the American Economic Association, a past president of the Eastern Economic Association, and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, and the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist Simon Johnson piled on at the annual conference of the American Economic Association, declaring, "The age of American predominance is over.
In a recent article entitled "The Causal Effects of Parents' Schooling on Children's Schooling: A Comparison of Estimation Methods" published by the American Economic Association in its September 2011 issue of the Journal of Economic Literature, Helena Holmlund, Mikael Lindahl, and Erik Plug conduct a rigorous comparison of the various methods used by researchers in their attempts to solve this perplexing problem.
The American Economic Association was founded by practical economists who were motivated in some measure by the industrial depression of the 1870s.
Addressing the annual meeting of the American Economic Association, Bergsten argued that "at a fairly early point" the international net debtor position of the United States together with the growing current account deficit would trigger an average trade weighted depreciation of the dollar of about 20 percent, and a depreciation against the euro "of perhaps twice that much.
This includes the American Economic Association and all of the major regional associations.
Indeed, in his 1970 presidential address to the American Economic Association, Leontief warned of the "palpable inadequacy of the scientific means" with which economists try to analyze economic problems.
As Robert Eisner, a recent president of the American Economic Association, has observed, if we take into account the appreciating value of important Government assets - land, buildings, forests, and oil, gas and mineral reserves on public property - the increase in the Government's wealth over time has approximately kept pace with the increase in its borrowing.
paper presented at the meetings of the American Economic Association, December 1988; Lois Stekler, "Adequacy of International Transactions and Position Data for Policy Coordination," International Finance Discussion Papers 337 (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, November 1988); Michael Ulan and William G.

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