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politician

1. a person actively engaged in politics, esp a full-time professional member of a deliberative assembly
2. a person who is experienced or skilled in the art or science of politics, government, or administration; statesman
3. Disparaging chiefly US a person who engages in politics out of a wish for personal gain, as realized by holding a public office
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The more you can frame the data in the context of issues that are important to that policymaker, the better.
Then, write to or visit your local policymaker and share your experience.
Summary: PARIS: Markets abhor a vacuum, and the perception gap between eurozone policymakers and financial professionals is almost certainly at its widest since the single European currency's launch in 1999.
Designed specifically for managed networks and network segments that cannot be managed with Group Policy, the new ProfileMaker 9 release also supports the PolicyMaker SDK.
Once the economic fundamentals change, the policymaker resets the learning algorithm to determine the magnitude of the new shock.
In an economic model, a policy rule is a mathematical description of how the policymaker should move the instrument of monetary policy -- usually the short-term interest rate -- in response to economic developments.
It is not a game between the private sector and the policymaker.
Oddly, Lake, while so reverential toward the policymakers, finds little to praise in the policy itself.
Suppose, for example, that a policymaker is concerned about the consequences and costs of elevated high school drop-out rates.
In the same vein, if your policymaker is a former business owner, then you will know to structure your position as one of economic benefit to the business community.
Summary: PARIS - European Central Bank policymaker Axel Weber warned global central bankers on Friday that economic imbalances could worsen faster than first expected to pre-crisis levels and urged the G-20 to push ahead with tackling them.
Summary: Policymakers in developed economies are learning nothing from the 10 years of economic distress