NIPFNon-Industrial Private Forest
NIPFNational Industrial Policy Framework (South Africa)
NIPFNational Incontinentia Pigmenti Foundation
NIPFNorfolk Island Police Force (Australia)
NIPFNational Intelligence Priorities Framework
NIPFNational Injury Prevention Foundation (Thinkfirst; Warrenville, IL)
NIPFNonspecific Interstitial Pneumonia and Fibrosis
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Several studies (Binkley 1981, Dennis 1989, Hyberg and Holthausen 1989, Carien 1990, Kuuluvainen and Salo 1991) focused on NIPF owners using cross-section or time-series data, whereas others utilized data over a larger region or country using panel data (e.g., Bolkesj et al.
According to the NIPF, information about the "intentions" of the Turkish government is given the second-highest priority while information about the military and its infrastructure, foreign policy goals and energy security are given the third-highest priority rating.
She will compete at the NIPF 3 lift in April and speaking about her weekend success, she said: "It was the cherry on top of an already incredible day.
The adoption first of micro-economic reforms targeting the economy's high cost structure, followed by more robust industrial policy interventions that culminated in the NIPF (DTI 2007) and the annual IPAP plans, suggested that: "From an austere outward-looking state, the South African state slipped into Keynesian mode" (Hirsch 2005: 87).
Nonetheless, the president's panel recommends more oversight of the NIPF process and particularly the lower-tier priorities, implying that the NSA in some cases may be overdoing it.
The NIPF, which was developed under the DCI and adopted by the DNI
La capacidad de los propietarios NIPF para adaptarse a estas continuas demandas de la sociedad en relacion con los recursos forestales varia, sin embargo, notablemente de una region a otra e, inclusive, dentro de una misma region forestal.
Forest Ownership in Arkansas National Forest 12% Individual (NIPF) 35% Coporate (NIPF) 6% Farmer 17% Forest Industry 25% Other Public 5% Source: USDA Forest Service Note: Table made from pie chart.
It also attempts to provide incentives for nonindustrial private forest (NIPF) landowners to plant and manage forests for carbon sequestration, and other environmental and economic purposes.
Factor shares for three distinct land ownerships (industrial private forest - IPF, nonindustrial private forest - NIPF, and public forest) are empirically estimated to show that actual resource use and factor returns are the result of growing stock management intensity.
* encouraging a relatively high level of harvest from nonindustrial private lands (NIPF).