Boston University and National Bureau of Economic Research
The National Bureau of Economic Research
defines a recession as a period of significant decline in total output, income, employment, and trade, usually lasting six months to one year and marked by widespread contractions in many economic sectors.
Warshawsky, a visiting researcher at the National Bureau of Economic Research
and former director of research at TIAA-CREF, the New York-based company that specializes in retirement programs for college and secondary-school educators.
According, to the National Bureau of Economic Research
the recession in the United States began last spring.
Statistics from America's National Bureau of Economic Research
suggested that a US recession "began recently".
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Citing a study by the University of Chicago and National Bureau of Economic Research
, a group called Americans for Tax Reform warns that new schemes to impose sales tax collection to e-commerce could cause the market to shrink significantly, spelling trouble for many online ventures.
In 1990, for example, Philip Morris gave $20,000 to the Southern Governors Association, $12,000 to the National Governors Conference, and $10,000 to the National Bureau of Economic Research
The other is the principles and practices of the institution where I spent most of my working life studying business cycles and inflation, the National Bureau of Economic Research
Takeovers, according to a study by the National Bureau of Economic Research
(NBER), reduce corporate overhead.
NEW YORK -- Medidata Solutions (NASDAQ: MDSO), a leading global provider of SaaS-based clinical development solutions, announced that a National Bureau of Economic Research
(NBER) research project will use industry benchmark cost data from Medidata Grants Manager([R]) and Medidata CRO Contractor([R]) to investigate the major causes of increasing drug development costs.
The study, which the National Bureau of Economic Research
published in October, also noted that longer paid maternity leave "had little effect on a wide variety of outcomes, including children's school outcomes, parental earnings and participation in the labor market in the short or long run, completed fertility, marriage or divorce.