ICEG

AcronymDefinition
ICEGInternational Center for Economic Growth
ICEGInternational Campaign to End Genocide (est. 1999)
ICEGIntracardiac Electrogram
ICEGIsland Conservation and Ecology Group
ICEGInternational Congress on English Grammar
ICEGInternational Conference on Electronic Governance
ICEGIron Creek Energy Group, LLC (Cody, WY)
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ICEG. 2002: Inflation and disinflation in Central and Eastern Europe A Report by the ICEG European Center, p.
In Strategic Foreign Assistance (SFA), we reviewed the extraordinary record of the International Center for Economic Growth (ICEG), which supported economists in all global regions to promote economic policy reform.
A key to ICEG's success was its ability to achieve "local ownership" of international ideas: When the studies are done by economists in Mexico or Indonesia or India--rather than by USAID or the World Bank--local policymakers will often take note and implement reforms.
The International Campaign to End Genocide (ICEG), Genocide Watch (2004) 'ICEG Letter to Prime Minister of Ethiopia: Massacres of Annuak in and around Gambela', 8 January.
Applications can be obtained by writing to International Communications & Education Group (ICEG), 2737 Devonshire Pl.
Proceedings of the International Conference of E-Governance (ICEG 2007), Hyderabad, India, 29-30.
(4) International Center for Economic Growth European Center--Quarterly report on the New Member States, ICEG EC, Autumn 2006.
Paper presented at the EU High Level Conference Exchange Rate Strategies During EU Enlargement, organized by the ICEG Europe, Budapest, November 27-30.
After a significant jump in the early 1990s due to price and trade liberalisation and large currency devaluations, inflation in central Europe has followed two broad patterns (see ICEG European Centre, 2002).