LFP

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AcronymDefinition
LFPLigue de Football Professionnel (League of Professional Football; France)
LFPLondon Free Press (Canada)
LFPLocal Field Potential
LFPLiga de Futbol Profesional (Spanish soccer league)
LFPLabor Force Participation
LFPLarge Format Printer
LFPLake Forest Park (Washington)
LFPLISP and Functional Programming (conference)
LFPLooking for Player (gaming)
LFPLink Fault Pass-Through
LFPLarry Flynt Publications (est. 1976)
LFPLocal Food Plus (Canada)
LFPLooking for Party (MMORPG gaming)
LFPLibrary Freedom Project
LFPLow Frequency Power (electronics)
LFPLearning from Practice
LFPLondon Film Production (London, England, UK)
LFPLes Figues Press (nonprofit literary press; Los Angeles, CA)
LFPLocal Funding Partnerships (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)
LFPLithology and Fluid Prediction (petroleum science and engineering)
LFPLinear-Fractional Programming (mathematics)
LFPLong Fat Pipe
LFPLogistics Funding Profile
LFPLiver Function Panel (blood test)
LFPLead-Free Primer (Ammunition)
LFPLogical Floorplan File (related to Xilinx FPGA)
LFPLead-Free Projectile
LFPLarge Format Photographer
LFPLow Frequency Prediction
LFPLoad File Path
LFPLaunch From Pier
LFPLogistics Funding Plan
LFPLoadmaster Forward Panel (C-17)
LFPLithiated Iron Phosphate (battery)
LFPLínea Fija Prepago (Guatemala)
LFPLimited Failure Population
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The focus of these earlier analyses was on how to better understand the evolution of labor force participation rates within different demographic groups.
Across most countries, men's labor force participation rates varied little--most countries had rates between 70 and 73 percent.
Key words: female labor force participation, labor supply, labor force participation over the business cycle
July also saw the Philippines' labor force participation rate of youth expand to 38.3% from 36.8% a year ago.
According to the survey women's labor force participation faces specific barriers, 24.9 percent in Urban areas of Punjab whereas 43.4 percent of women were in labor force.
To determine the labor force participation rate in America, the researchers identify the working-age population (age 16 and over) who are either working or actively looking for work.
The factors which determined labor force participation of females in the economy were investigated by Malik et al.13 The authors collected primary data and applied regression techniques in this study.
McCarty (1990) focused on the labor force participation of married females.
Labor force participation started declining in the U.S.
A rise in opioid prescription rates may be linked to the decline in the labor force participation rate in the United States, according to a Princeton University economist, Alan Krueger.
The labor force participation rate for working-age people with disabilities increased from 31.5% in February 2017 to 33.6% in February 2018 (up 6.7%; 2.1 percentage points).
Wascher (2014), 'Labor force participation: Recent developments and future prospects', Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Fall, 2014(2), 197-255.