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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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Subscriptions to the full NBER Working Paper series include all 1000 or more papers issued each year Subscriptions are free to Corporate Associates.
Viswanathan, "Household Risk Management," NBER Working Paper No.
Ernst & Young will participate with a working paper focused on flexibility in the smart city, while Essnet broadband company with present a working paper titled 'telecommunications Industry in promote the ability to face the disasters'.
The working papers will review the investment strategy and the available business opportunities for private sector.
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.
Canada, Japan and Switzerland have expressed an interest in exchanging audit working papers with the EU member states.
The Executive Committee of the American Accounting Association is pleased to participate in the FERF/AAA working paper series," says Dr.
Working papers exiting at the documentation completion date are effectively "frozen.
Working Paper 279: Marianne Mollman, WHO CAN BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF AID AND LOAN CONDITIONALITIES?
Its initial focus will be on working papers from the humanities and social sciences.

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