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The Working Paper observes that the implementation of standards often needs to be accompanied by institutional development.
Their needs-based working paper concluded that Wales would gain around pounds 400m from a new model that took into account factors such as deprivation and the cost of delivering public services.
Naik, "Risks in hedge fund strategies: Case of convertible arbitrage," Working Paper, Georgia State University and London Business School, 2005.
So the CEC can only issue a call for action, as it did in the Ciudad Juarez working paper.
Working Paper 280: Jeanne Gazel & Pat Naidoo, STRIKING THE ROCK WITH IMPUNITY: THE CONSEQUENCES OF GENDERED PRACTICES IN 21st CENTURY SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA.
Onis (2002), "Soft Budget Constraints, Government Ownership of Banks and Regulatory Failure: The Political Economy of the Turkish Banking System in the Post-Capital Account Liberalization Era", Bogazici University, Economics Working Paper, ISS/EC 02-02.
The leaders hope their dialogue will be duplicated at the local level and that the working paper will provide a basis for discussion by bishops, health care leaders, women religious, representatives of organized labor, and others interested in Catholic teaching on the rights of workers.
No such statement, record, schedule, working paper, or memorandum covered by this section or in [section] 4.
Yao, "Mortgage Rates, Household Balance Sheets, and the Real Economy," NBER Working Paper No.
The Saudi Chambers Union will also present a working paper on 'The Economic Conditions at the GCC States' followed by a working paper by Muscat Securities Market on the 'Role of MSM in Economic Diversification in the Sultanate'.
The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) Working Paper on Financial Consumer Protection in Islamic Finance (WP-03) lists some important findings from behavioural economics on the relevance of financial consumers' information-processing capabilities and cognitive biases in ensuring the effectiveness of consumer protection measures.
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