JCER

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JCERJapan Center for Economic Research
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In a press release, JCER, which has been behind other pro-Obama efforts since 2008, stated that it is supporting the President's re-election.
"Recognizing that the Jewish community is not one-size-fits-all, JCER is creating cross-platform initiatives to develop the community's narrative about Obama and to shore up support for his campaign in key swing states," the statement read.
White, Deductions for Nonbusiness Expenses and an Economic Concept of Net Income, in JCER, supra note 156, at 353-54.
This work has been done in collaboration with economists at the Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER).(39) Japan already has one of the oldest populations in the world, and the projections for the future elderly population are as high as in any country in the world.
Yamaga (2001), "Impact of new rental house law on rent", JCER Economic Journal, March.
[84]Japan Center for Economic Research, JCER Report, Vol.
Prison offiomen 298 (H Kala 69, Jcers are restricted by law from taking industrial action but union officials have balloted members on doing so.