The study has been published in the American Economic Review.
What does E-AER stand for?
E-AER stands for American Economic Review (Electronic Web Edition)
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- Sentry; AWACS (Airborne Early Warning and Control System) Aircraft
- Enterprise Fourth-Generation Language
- Sixth Enlisted Rank (US DoD)
- Enhanced 911 Services
- Estrogen-Androgen Preparation
- Emergency Airworthiness Directive
- Enterprise Application Development
- Elektronische Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (Electronic version of the German historical biographical encyclopedia)
- Enhanced Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation (voice compression, ITU-T G.727)
- Enhanced Access Grant Channel (computer networking)
- Electronic Advance Passenger Information System
- Electronic-Advanced Passenger Information System (US FEMA)
- Enhanced Address Resolution Protocol
- En Route Automated Radar Tracking System (US DoD)
- e-Awareness Seminar Series for Asian Parliamentarians
- Electronic Businesses and Governments
- Enhanced Brigade
- Electron Beam (Evaporation)
- Excessive-Bit Error Rate
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Nationwide, a 2011 study of the S&P Composite 1500 companies by American Economic Review found that women accounted for 47 percent of the overall workforce from 1997 to 2009 but held only 6 percent of corporate CEO and executive roles.
He is a Fellow of the Econometric Society and currently serves as the co-editor of the American Economic Review.
In a 2000 paper published in American Economic Review, they studied every proposed deal since deregulation and concluded that the motivation for the acquirers was a desire to expand their more-profitable international routes.
In a paper published in the American Economic Review 13 years ago, Greif elaborated more on this point than he does in his most recent book.
Research cited in the American Economic Review found that their use resulted in "3,500 additional poisonings of children under age 5 annually from [aspirin-related drugs] .
A new study published in the American Economic Review explores what the authors refer to as a “beauty premium.
David, "Economic History: A Necessary Though Not Sufficient Condition for an Economist: Clio and the Economics of QWERTY," The American Economic Review, vol.