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AEA

Abbr. for “Aluminum Extruders Association.”
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Robert Shiller, president of the American Economic Association, calls for economic research and sensible policies on refugees and reforms of an inhumane system
He also contributed meaningfully to the American Economic Association, American Statistical Association, Econometric Society, Southern Economic Association, and the International Institute of Arts and Letters.
Nordhaus, an economist at Yale and the newly inaugurated president of the American Economic Association.
The speech was made at the American Economic Association (AEA) annual meeting in Philadelphia.
I'm not arguing with Marty about being a little more optimistic, but I think it's a mistake to say that all's well," Summers, who also teaches at Harvard, said at the annual conference of the American Economic Association.
He discussed those differences during a January luncheon in Philadelphia hosted by the American Economic Association and the American Finance Association.
Taussig was a past president of the American Economic Association (1904-1905) and Editor of the prestigious Quarterly Review of Economics, and his support would have been an important signal that such activities were indeed valuable.
Al cierre de esta edicion, AD-minister fue aceptada en EconLit, base bibliografica de la American Economic Association, y LatAm-Studies, base de datos electronica de la compania editorial Servicios de Informacion Internacional IIS.
Continuing with the NABE session on central bank independence that was held at the January meetings of the American Economic Association, John B.
The analysis by the news editor Sarfraz Ahmad, who is also a member of the American Economic Association, believes that the Chinese presence in Baluchistan Province is profoundly bad news for Baluch insurgents demanding an independent Baluchistan and for outside powers that feel threatened by full operations of Gwadar Port.
The researchers, who reported their results at the January meeting of the American Economic Association, looked at gross domestic product, government spending, population, and the unemployment rate from 1890 through 2010 in the U.

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