AREC

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AcronymDefinition
ARECAgricultural and Resource Economics
ARECAll-Russia Exhibition Center (Moscow, Russia)
ARECAmateur Radio Emergency Communications
ARECAlabama Real Estate Commission
ARECAssociation of Research Ethics Committees (UK)
ARECAgricultural Research and Education Center (American University of Beirut; Lebanon)
ARECArizona Real Estate Center
ARECAgricultural Research & Extension Center
ARECAssociation of Romanian Engineers in Canada
ARECAcademic Records Evaluation Center (Sacramento, CA)
ARECAging Research and Education Center (University of Texas)
ARECAir Resource Element Coordinator
ARECAir Element Coordinator
ARECAgoria Renewable Energy Club (Belgium)
ARECArmenian Religious Education Council
ARECAssociate Real Estate Council (Cornell University)
ARECAmerica's Real Estate Connection
ARECApplied River Engineering Center
ARECAssociation for Rural and Environment Care
ARECAdaptive-Reference Echo Cancellation
ARECArmy Reserve Executive Council
ARECAssociate of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation
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Unpublished Master's thesis submitted to the University of Alberta, Canada in partial ulfillment of the award of MSc Agricultural and Resource Economics.
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Perloff is a former member of NBER's Board of Directors and a Professor in the Agricultural and Resource Economics Department at the University of California, Berkeley.
Smith is a professor of agricultural economics at Montana State University, Bozeman, and a visiting scholar at AEI; Goodwin is a professor in the Departments of Economics and Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
in Agricultural and Resource Economics with specializations in Ag Business and Marketing Economics, Ag Production and Finance Economics, International Development Economics, and Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
Using the Western and Central Pacific tuna fishery as a case study, Petersen (School of Agricultural and Resource Economics, U.
He is a Fellow of that organization, and a Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.
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