In this article, we demonstrate how the choice of reference period
affects the conclusions drawn in relation to both these questions and discuss consequences for connecting climate model projections of global temperature change to the real world.
Panel A of Table 2 shows market capitalization for each reference period
for firms doing stock buybacks.
Because the reference period
for job search is any time during the 4 weeks ending September 15, however, the effect on unemployment appears to have been limited.
The NMW will be satisfied as long as the average pay paid over the pay reference period
either equals or exceeds the NMW.
This indicates that the same basket of goods and services worth 63 pesos in 2006 (base year) is now worth 100 pesos during the reference period
In the reference period
, technical permits were issued for 66 dwellings, with total useful floor area of 6 281 m2.
Based on its recent case law (Judgement C-214/10 of 22 November 2011), the court held that any carry-over period must ensure that the worker can have, if need be, rest periods that may be 'staggered, planned in advance and available in the longer term' and 'must be substantially longer than the reference period
in respect of which it is granted'.
A workers average working week is averaged over a period of 17 weeks, this is know as the reference period
8% over the same reference period
, the source added.
The RPA will be writing individually in the next few days to all those who received an ex- gratia payment in the reference period
(2000-2002) to advise them.
I explained that a priority was to check with farmers who were paid CAP subsidies during the reference period
that the historic data on which their entitlement will be calculated is based on the correct information.
The ``historic payments'' approach will operate by allocating entitlements (x hectares at pounds y per hectare) calculated over a three-year reference period