PISU

AcronymDefinition
PISUProject Implementation Support Unit (UN Development Programme)
PISUPakistan International Students Union
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(13) For an understanding of how channels of competition and of demonstration/imitation operate, see Gorg and Greenaway (2004), and Kneller and Pisu (2007).
Pisu (2009) "Imports and Exports at the Level of the Firm: Evidence from Belgium," World Economy, Vol.
Alem disso, foi possivel identificar a relacao entre o volume ofertado de emprestimos e o spread e se obteve evidencia de que os desequilibrios no mercado de credito contem informacoes sobre a inflacao futura, resultados nao obtidos em Mello e Pisu (2010).
Pisu. "Imports and Exports at the Level of the Firm: Evidence from Belgium." World Economy, 32(5), 2009, 692-734.
As an extension of her vision, Sisulu appointed high-level advisors and staff in her Ministry, including a Presidential Intelligence Support Unit (PISU).
Le angustie di Maria Brunetti (Isa Miranda), insidiata da Don Pancho Rivera, che vorrebbe farla cantare in un locale equivoco, sono risolte dal matrimonio con lo stimabile dottor Casati e dalla nascita del figlio Giovanni/Juan (Mario Pisu) il cui decesso, avvenuto con valore nel 1916 sul fronte europeo, chiude frettolosamente l'opera.
(3) See Sourafel Girma, Richard Anthony Kneller, and Mauro Pisu, "Exports versus FDI: An Empirical Test," Review of World Economics, July 2005, pp.
Spillovers, considered as direct and indirect benefits from BLs to local economy, were observed in the programs evaluated, although the literature (Girma & Pisu, 2008) is controversial on how to identify them and their direct relation with BLs.