FEA

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AcronymDefinition
FEAFinite Element Analysis
FEAFire Emblem Awakening (gaming)
FEAFederal Enterprise Architecture
FEAFaculty of Economics and Administration (various universities)
FEAFront End Assembly
FEAFoundation for Educational Administration (New Jersey)
FEAFlorida Education Association
FEAFestivals and Events Association (various locations)
FEAFour-Engine Aircraft
FEAForeign Exchange Adjustment
FEAFacility Engineering Associates (Washington, DC)
FEAFuture Educators of America
FEAFront End Analysis
FEAFar Eastern Affairs (Russian Academy of Sciences)
FEAFlat Epithelial Atypia (pathology)
FEAFast Ethernet Adapter
FEAFront End Application
FEAFédération des Entreprises d'Artisanat (French: Federation of Craft Enterprises; Morocco)
FEAFaculté d'Economie Appliquée (French: Faculty of Applied Economics)
FEAFunctional Economic Area
FEAFundamental Evangelistic Association (Fresno, CA)
FEAFederal Energy Administration (US government)
FEAFrance en Action (French: France in Action)
FEAFederation of Exchange Accommodators
FEAField Emitter Array (micropropulsion systems on-a-chip)
FEAFédération Européenne des Aérosols (French: European Aerosol Federation; Belgium)
FEAFunctional Economic Analysis
FEAFraternity Executives Association
FEAFederal Executive Association
FEAForeign Economic Administration
FEAFaculty Excellence Advocate (Michigan State University)
FEAFuneral Ethics Association
FEAFairfax Education Association
FEAFédération Européenne d'Aïkido (French: European Federation of Aikido; martial arts)
FEAFunctional Entity Action
FEAFalange Española Auténtica (Authentic Spanish Falange; Spanish extreme right wing party)
FEAFrance Europe Automobiles
FEAFellow of the English Association (UK)
FEAFédération Européenne Airplane (French: European Airplane Federation)
FEAFederation of European Aerosol Associations
FEAForum des Éducatrices Africaines (French: Forum for African Women Educators)
FEAFree Enterprise Alliance (Associated Builders & Contractors)
FEAFailure Effect Analysis
FEAFaculdade de Administração, Economia e Contabilidade (University of San Paolo, Brazil)
FEAFast Ethernet Alliance
FEAForwarding Engine Abstraction (computing)
FEAFront End Assessment
FEAFar End Alarm (Alcatel)
FEAFinancial Executives Association
FEAFormation Égletons Ambition (French: Egeltons Training Centers; Egeltons, France)
FEAFluid Experiment Assembly
FEAFinancial Exposure Authorization
FEAFinanced Employee Agent (insurance)
FEAFinancial Engines Advisors LLC
FEAFire and Explosion Assessment (hazard prevention)
FEAFire Engineering Associates Ltd (UK)
FEAFundación La Era Agrícola (Spanish: Fund of the Agricultural Era)
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It says: "In times of recession, the need for devolution to sub-regions, including counties, functional economic areas, local council partnerships and individual local authorities becomes more obvious and more urgent." It said that, even within individual regions, there are marked differences between how local areas may fare.
Examples of such efforts include Karl Fox's Functional Economic Areas (FEAs), the Bureau of Economic Analysis's (BEA) Economic Areas, the Rand/McNally Basic Trade Areas (BTA), and the USDA Commuting Zones and Local Labor Market Areas (Killian and Tolbert 1992).
According to Fox (1974), Functional Economic Areas are relatively self-contained labor markets consisting of a cluster of several counties with commuting patterns focused on a central city.
Parr's metropolitan-area-based-regions are very similar to Functional Economic Areas, and in this paper, the cubic spline functional specification is used to estimate the FEAs' residential density functions.(4)
Other cities of the UK understand the importance of functional economic areas, agglomeration and their contribution to sustainable economic growth.
The most proactive and successful of Welsh local authorities are those that look beyond their own boundaries and collaborate regionally to set strategies that cover functional economic areas.
For business, the most proactive and successful local authorities to work with are those which look beyond their own boundaries and collaborate with neighbouring councils to set strategies that cover functional economic areas.
Functional economic areas such as city regions are a natural starting point as some issues require a more strategic approach than is offered by a purely local approach.
I pondered briefly whether there was any link between them and then reflecting back to the City Region statement I wondered about policy aspiration and implementation, the sort of thing manifested by the recent Northern Economic Futures Commission report which recognises the importance of functional economic areas, aligning governance and actions to correspond to the geographical realities of modern economic life.
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