ESI

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AcronymDefinition
ESIElectronically Stored Information
ESIEdge Side Includes (markup language)
ESIElectronic Supplementary Information
ESIElectrospray Ionization
ESIEssential Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters)
ESIEnvironmental Services, Inc. (Jacksonville, FL)
ESIEpidural Steroid Injection (medical)
ESIEnergy Systems, Inc. (various locations)
ESIElectrical Systems, Inc. (various locations)
ESIEpidural Steroid Injections
ESIExpress Scripts, Inc.
ESIÉcole Supérieure de l'Immobilier (French real estate school)
ESIEuropean Software Institute (Bizkaia-Spain)
ESIEarth Similarity Index
ESIÉcole de Ski Internationale (French: International Ski School)
ESIElectro Scientific Industries (Portland, OR)
ESIElectricity Supply Industry (sector)
ESIEnvironmental Sustainability Index
ESIEquipment Systems, Inc. (various locations)
ESIEducational Services, Inc. (ITT Technical Institute; Carmel, IN)
ESIEmotional-Social Intelligence
ESIEnterprise Software Initiative (US DoD)
ESIExtremely Sensitive Information
ESIEmployer-Sponsored Insurance
ESIEnvironmental Sensitivity Index
ESIEngineered Solutions, Inc. (various locations)
ESIEnterprise Software Initiative
ESIEthernet Serial Interface
ESIExternal Security Interface
ESIEnhanced System Intelligence
ESIE-Store Image
ESIEuropean Software Institute
ESIEnd System Identifier
ESIEdge Side Includes
ESIElevate Salon Institute (beauty schools)
ESIExcess Share Insurance
ESIEducation Systems, Inc. (enrollment management software developer)
ESIEnd System Identifier (ISO)
ESIEmployment Services, Inc. (various locations)
ESIEurope Sud Immobilier (French: Southern Europe Real Estate)
ESIEmbedded Systems Institute (Netherlands)
ESIEngineering Systems Inc. (national forensic engineering, failure analysis, accident investigation company)
ESIEffective School Improvement
ESIEconomics, Statistics and Informatics (educational department)
ESIEconomic Strategy Institute
ESIElectrical System Integration
ESIElectrical Supply Industry (sector)
ESIEnviroSolutions, Inc. (Virginia waste management company)
ESIEntertainment Services, Inc. (various locations)
ESIEnvironmental Solutions International
ESIElectronic Signatures and Infrastructures
ESIEmergency Services International (est. 1999)
ESIEurop Service Industrie (French industrial machinery company)
ESIEcoTopia Science Institute (Japan)
ESIEarly Supplier Involvement
ESIEducational Support and Innovation (various universities)
ESIEnergy Services Incorporated
ESIEarly Stage Investigator (US NIH)
ESIElection Science Institute (San Francisco, United States)
ESIExtended Source Index
ESIEmployee State Insurance (India)
ESIExternal System Interface(s)
ESIElectron Spectroscopic Imaging
ESIEnvironmental Sustainability Initiative (various locations)
ESIEnergy System International (France)
ESIExecutive Software International (California)
ESIEmployee Satisfaction Index
ESIEmployment Status Indicator (UK)
ESIEspecially Sensitive Information
ESIEchellette Spectrograph and Imager (Keck Observatory)
ESIEnhanced Serial Interface
ESIEvent-Semantic Interaction (graphical user interfaces)
ESIEscadron Special d'Intervention (French: Special Squadron of Intervention; Belgian counter-terrorist group)
ESIEducational Services Institute
ESIEngineers and Surveyors Institute (Chantilly, VA)
ESIEcological Site Inventory (EPA)
ESIExport Slaughter Interval (Australia)
ESIExpanded Site Investigation
ESIEthernet Service Interworking (Ciena)
ESIEletrodos Seletivos a Ions (Ion Selective Electrodes)
ESIEAD System Interface
ESIElectrical Safety Inspector
ESIEarly Sepsis Indicator (hematology test)
ESIEnergy Savings Insurance
ESIEnvironmentally Sensitive Index
ESIÉlégance Sportivité Italienne (French sports club)
ESIExplosives Safety Inspection
ESIEquine Studies Institute
ESIExternal Synchronization Interface
ESIEmergency Services Interface
ESIElectronic Security Industry
ESIExternally Specified Index
ESIEffective Solutions Inc.
ESIExtremidad Superior Izquierda (Spanish: Left Arm)
ESIEnterprise Services Infrastructure
ESIEspresso Services Inc. (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
ESIEscuela Superior Internacional (Guatemala school)
ESIExtra Sensitive Information
ESIEnvironmental Science, Inc.
ESIEconomic Stress Index
ESIExecutive Systems, Incorporated
ESIElectronic Salesmasters Incorporated (Beachwood, OH)
ESIExternally Specified Indexing
ESIEdge Sports Inc.
ESIEuropean Simulation Internet
ESIEssential Sustainment Item
ESIEngineers Supplemental Instructions
ESIElectrostatic Spark Ignition
ESIEnergy Solution Insulation, Inc. (Saginaw, Michigan)
ESIEmployee Skills Inventory/Index)
ESIÉquipements Spécialisés d'Intervention (French: Specialized Response Equipment)
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The writer is the president of the Economic Strategy Institute and former US trade negotiator.
Aaron told business leaders, academics and reporters gathered at the Economic Strategy Institute, a private think tank, that restrictive trade practices in both Japan and China have created two markets that represent more than two-thirds of the record 164 billion dollar trade deficit for the United States in 1998.
To find dissenters, you have to call up smaller outfits like the Economic Policy Institute and the Economic Strategy Institute, or maverick economists like Charles McMillion of MBG Information Services.
But Krugman gives short shrift to the differences among them--Reich, for example, is a supporter of free trade, whereas Clyde Prestowitz of the Economic Strategy Institute is a skeptic--lumping them all into a more or less monolithic group.
In addition, although the globalization of manufacturing is proceeding faster, a June 1995 Economic Strategy Institute study places it in badly needed perspective.
In a report issued at mid-year by the Washington D.C.-based Economic Strategy Institute, the U.S.
firms were the exception to these trends, increasing more than 30% in 1991, according to a study by the Economic Strategy Institute (ESI), Washington, DC.
This YaleGlobal series analyzes the US effort to jumpstart manufacturing, and in the second article, Clyde Prestowitz, president of the Economic Strategy Institute, argues that the US needs to join other economic powerhouses, including China, Japan and Germany, in developing an industrial policy to compete in global markets.
According to the Economic Strategy Institute, the ratio of CEO pay to that of the average company workers rose from 60 times to 172 times between 1978 and 1995.
Speaking to the Economic Strategy Institute in Washington, Foley said ''market opening and deregulation of the Japanese economy can be very helpful'' toward lessening Japan's trade surplus with the United States.
Yet, as Economic Strategy Institute economist Lawrence Chimerine has begun observing, macroeconomists have overlooked the extent to which cause and effect have operated in the opposite direction, with faltering industrial competitiveness leading to reduced savings and investment.
In a speech to the Economic Strategy Institute last May, he argued that the country should establish a national system of "performance based assessments" whereby children would earn merit badges by demonstrating competence in a series of skills, leading, ultimately, to a "certificate of initial mastery."