PCDI

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AcronymDefinition
PCDIProfessional Career Development Institute
PCDIPrinceton Child Development Institute (Princeton, NJ)
PCDIPostdoc Career Development Initiative (Netherlands)
PCDIProwers County Development, Inc. (Lamar, CO)
PCDIPer Capita Disposable Income
PCDIPatient-Centered Data Input
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"Dublin, Limerick, Kildare and Wicklow are the only counties where per capita disposable income exceeded the State average in 2016 with Carlow, Cork and Waterford just below.
Automotive OEM coatings is expected to register the highest growth in passenger cars, owing to rise in per capita disposable incomes and growth in consumer preference towards new models with low emissions and high fuel efficiency.
As shown in Table 2 and Figure 2, per capita disposable income, population structure, and population size play positive roles in changing urban residential C[O.sub.2] emissions (their cumulative effect values are greater than 1).
Savings is the difference between per capita disposable income and per capita consumption expressed as a proportion of per capita disposable income.
Demand for plus-size women's clothing is expected to increase strongly through 2019, according to researcher Ibis World, due to factors including rising per capita disposable income, a decline in healthy eating, greater designer collaboration and greater availability of premium products.
There is a low level of volatility in the per capita disposable income of the people in developed nations.
First and foremost, growth in labour productivity is directly connected with growth in real per capita disposable income.
This trend, coupled with per capita disposable income growth of 1.5 percent per year, will push industry revenue up at an average annual rate of 3.7 percent, to $31.2 billion by 2016.
The "urban per capita disposable income" stood at 20,000 yuan in 2011, about 14 per cent higher than in the previous year.
"Industry revenue declined during the recession when corporate profits and per capita disposable income fell, causing private investment in computers and software to decline," says IBISWorld industry analyst Kevin Culbert.
The urban per capita disposable income and rural per capita net income reached 21,810 Yuan and 6.977 Yuan, respectively, up by 8.4 percent and 11.4 percent in real terms after adjusting for inflation.