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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 working papers to be submitted to ICAO, shall be reviewed by the organization.
Taylor, "Macrofinancial History and the New Business Cycle Facts" NBER Working Paper No.
Partial Working Paper subscriptions, delineated by program, are also available.
Subscriptions to the full NBER Working Paper series include all 1000 or more papers issued each year.
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.
(The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series 2928.)
Can changes be made to working papers after the document completion date?
To read these and other papers in the series, go to WID's website, www.isp.msu.edu/wid, scroll down to "Publications" on the left-side menu, and select "Working Papers Series."
For participating scholars, publishing working papers is greatly streamlined.
"These are not working papers. I mean, working papers are like an officer goes out and takes notes about everything, but you can't get that, but you can get his final report, and there is none of that here," says Harris.
Auditors must document that understanding in the working papers, preferably in writing.
Until very recent years, accountants' working papers, client books, records and other documentation were created by pencil and columnar paper.

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