Wise, "Health and Work at Older Ages: Using Mortality to Assess the Capacity to Work across Countries" NBER Working Paper
The Aggregate Demand Channel" NBER Working Paper
The Working Paper
indicated that the Islamic finance industry would want a) to see standards on certain areas/issues to be produced more quickly, to mirror more closely the coverage of conventional counterparts, and b) more technical IFSB standards to be more "implementation-ready" with minimal further development or exercise of discretion.
The second theme on the Omani-Afro-European Civilizational Communication included four working papers
Korinek, 'Macroprudential Regulation Jersus Mopping Up After the Crash," NBER Working Paper
No 18675, January 2013; J.
In response the Holtham Commission, whose other members are David Miles, a member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, and Paul Bernd Spahn, Professor Emeritus of Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, sent their working paper
to Mr Osborne.
In a working paper
, he concluded that the approach shows much promise for statistical agencies and should be further studied.
05-5--The Responsibility to Protect: East, West, and Southern African Perspectiveds on Preventing and Responding to Humanitarian Crises by principal author Greg Puley.
In the study, written up in a November 2003 CEC working paper
, the researchers examined the effects of air pollutants and ozone on the respiratory health of children in the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez, which lies just across the border from El Paso, Texas.
Memphis, TN: The University of Memphis Center for Research on Women, Working Paper
2001-11 provides the first empirical analysis of the relative accuracy of various capital adequacy ratios and three sub-debt yield spreads (spreads over U.
It produced a working paper
, "A Fair and Just Workplace: Principles and Practices for Catholic Health Care" (www.