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AERCAssociated Estates Realty Corporation (Ohio)
AERCAfrican Economic Research Consortium
AERCAmerican Endurance Ride Conference
AERCAlcohol Education and Research Council (UK)
AERCAdult Education Research Conference
AERCAssociation of European Rarities Committees
AERCArctic Environment Research Center (Japan)
AERCAssociation of Ecosystem Research Centers
AERCAgricultural Engineering Research Center (Republic of China)
AERCAnchorage Equal Rights Commission (Alaska)
AERCAboriginal Environmental Reclamation Corporation (Ohsweken, ON, Canada)
AERCAlabama Emergency Response Commission
AERCAssistant Emergency Relief Coordinator
AERCAlbany and Eastern Railroad Company
AERCAlkylphenols and Ethoxylates Research Council
AERCArchitectural-Engineering Resource Center (US Army Corps of Engineers)
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In collaboration with the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), UNU-WIDER has Visiting Scholar positions reserved for researchers from African countries who are based at either African or non-African institutions.
The two most important, complex, and developed partnerships in which CFNPP is involved are the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) and the Strategies and Analysis for Growth and Access in Africa (SAGA) program.
In collaboration with the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), UNU-WIDER has a number of PhD Internship positions reserved for economists from African countries who are studying at either African or non-African institutions.
UNU-WIDER recently held a very successful conference in Nairobi with the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) on the macroeconomics of aid under our ReCom programme.
The purpose of the recent ReCom conference, held in Nairobi by the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) and UNU-WIDER, was to focus not just on the macroeconomics of aid but on the bigger macroeconomic picture, particularly in Africa.
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