ERCEG


Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
ERCEGEuropean Research Council Expert Group
References in periodicals archive ?
First, Habib Al Fardan's dangerous header off an inch perfect Erceg cross, agonisingly missed the target after which Saeed Jassim saw his header saved by Al Wasl goalkeeper Yousef Al Zaabi, following an Ismail Al Hammadi corner.
The 24-year-old oozes confidence, and stared down Said as he prepared to take the 65th minute penalty, after Ashley Williams dived in on Erceg.
Ronald Erceg then dragged a shot wide after a cross-field pass before Everton finally created an opening after 21 minutes.
According to Erceg, the increased security around the store remains a concern.
Agradezco a Tam Bayoumi, Bill Cline, Chris Erceg, Patrick Honohan, Narayana Kocherlakota, Jesper Linde, Thomas Philippon, David Stockton, Angel Ubide, Nicolas Veron y David Vines por sus comentarios y sugerencias a un borrador anterior.
I do not find the evidence on cyclical versus structural changes in labor force participation in Erceg and Levin (2013) as persuasive as the other empirical work I have reviewed.
In contrast, Erceg and Levin argue that most of the decline since 2007 has been cyclical, and they point to several recent papers that reach a similar conclusion.
But key to the retailer's store brand-related marketing efforts is an educational process that begins with top management and filters downward into the stores, Erceg noted.
Erceg (7) showed that mean BF% calculated by BIA was not significantly different from Dual Energy X-ray Absorbtiometery (DEXA) & Hydrostatic Weighing.
Erceg M, Kujundzic-Tiljak M, Barbic-Erceg A, Coric T, Lang S.
Kelly O'Hara lofted a long pass down field that Kiwi defender Abby Erceg failed to control running back toward her own goal and Morgan ran onto it before calmly taking it round a stranded Jenny Bidon in the New Zealand goal.