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Working Papers

Special certification that some jurisdictions require before a person under age 18 may work. The working papers attest that the minor will abide by applicable laws, such as not working during school hours. See also: Child labor.
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The second theme on the Omani-Afro-European Civilizational Communication included four working papers.
Yu, "International Financial Integration and Crisis Contagion," NBER Working Paper No.
BGL s managing director Ron Lesh said, TAG has provided audit working papers for over 10 years for BGL s Simple Fund Desktop.
The conclusive working paper discussed the outcome of the 10th Conference for Water Desalination in Arab countries which was held in Riyadh, KSA, and discussed successful experiences in order to benefit from them.
For those in Busan, our working paper series has some key reading material, just out.
He said 36 working papers and pieces of research will be presented at the conference while 18 others focusing on the experiences of other countries will be presented at special workshops to be held for Border Guards personnel.
Conditions under which access to the auditor's working papers may be granted to others.
What new concepts, if any, does the automation of working papers and transaction data impose on the audit process?
Price Waterhouse TeamMate is designed for internal and external auditors to best manage the working paper process, including preparation, review, report generation and storage, Price Waterhouse officials said.
EconLit also incorporates the Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics (AWPE) database licensed from Cambridge University Press.
The third theme will address the health and environmental issues related to Radio-communication stations, which will be discussed through working papers dealing with studies and guidelines of the World Health Organization, the standards and guidelines of the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), the principles of measurement of electromagnetic fields and procedures for the licensing of stations and communication towers in the United States, as well as procedures governing the environmental regulations for licensing communications stations.
Many of the studies taking place through the NBER's Aging Program are distributed initially as NBER Working Papers, examples of which are noted below.

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