Category: Economic history
Category: Economic history
It is we who have done most to advance humanity . " Look at the lands where still
the church rules supreme ! Behold their backwardness . “ Look at the lands
where the pure flag of Protestantism is dominant . The psalm of life as there ' tis
Author: Henry Pereira Mendes
Category: Eretz Israel
Cornell University Library HD 1765 1936 Looking ahead on agricultural policy ;
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COLLEGES OF AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS AT CORNELL ...
Author: United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics
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CRAFTSMANSHIP Miili A MESSAGE TO AMERICAN YOUTH U. S.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Maurice J. Tobin , Secretary BUREAU OF
APPRENTICESHIP W. F. Patterson ...
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LOOKING AHEAD TO THE MEDVEDEV ADMINISTRATION MAY 8 , 2008
COMMISSIONERS Page 1 Hon . Alcee L. Hastings , Chairman , Commission on
Author: United States. Congress. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
Category: Government publications
Bureau of Labor Statistics. A Slide Series U.S. Department of Labor John T.
Dunlop , Secretary Bureau of Labor Statistics Julius Shiskin , Commissioner 1975
Preface Looking Ahead to a Career is part of a Looking Ahead to a Careerсвяч.
Author: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Category: Employment forecasting
Category: Economic development
Author: Deobold B. Van Dalen
... looking at a problem as a whole , for keeping track of changing situations and
the interrelation of policies and programs . This task must be performed by a
Federal agency near the top of the administrative structure . " Such an agency , at
Author: United States. General Accounting Office
Category: Natural resources
View: 492Problems involving materials have begun to emerge in the past few years and promise to present the United States with difficult and critical choices in the near future. GAO has conducted and summarized a staff analysis of these problems and presented a framework for their consideration. This will help in the formulation of an enlightened national materials policy. The critical questions are whether materials are available, from whom, and at what price. GAO believes that the chief concern must be assuring the availability of materials and related subjects, along with their scarcity and industrial uses, available information, the accessibility of supplies, the development of a shortage mentality, time and space considerations, domestic shortages combined with foreign abundance, and the possible effects of technological change on the future values of certain materials. The government's materials information network is deficient in the following major areas: (1) the domestic and international databases for mineral resources and reserves; (2) information on the flow of materials through the U.S. economy; (3) measurements of U.S. industrial capacity; and (4) the role of government information systems in materials research and development. Data collected by federal agencies is sometimes fragmentary, dated, or misleading; often not disseminated outside the agency; and frequently too parochial to be useful. Access to materials is being hampered by antiquated mining laws, recent trends toward the overseas processing of minerals, international commodity agreements and competition, stockpiling, and the encouragement of foreign mineral supplies by government-supported financial institutions. Intense foreign competition for materials may threaten the future U.S. access to vital supplies and efforts to enhance supplies often with other policies of environmental protection, workers' health and safety, and energy conservation. Most decisions about recovery, recycling, conservation, or substitution are governed by cost considerations. The government has never given minerals availability the attention it warrants, but the President's recently announced Nonfuel Minerals Policy Study is a positive measure to remedy this. Future planning efforts should focus on critical materials and on production and consumption, and should come under continuous scrutiny and annual review.
Author: Poor Richard Club (Filadelfia, Estados Unidos)
... the context of international commercial arbitration — and international
commercial arbitration is 1 . Osgoode Hall Law School. 95 Canadian Council on
International Law (eds.), Looking Ahead: International Law in the 21st Century,
Author: Canadian Council on International Law. Conference
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
View: 525The Canadian Council on International Law was founded in 1972 by a group of some of Canada's leading and most distinguished scholars and practitioners in international law. The Council supports the development and exchange of ideas amongst a community of persons interested in international law with particular focus on the Canadian perspective on international matters. To this end, one of the major activities of the Council is to hold an annual conference. This year's conference proceedings comprise a collection of essays written by leading academics and practitioners on the theme: Looking Ahead: International Law in the 21st Century. A wide range of subject areas is addressed, including the International Criminal Court, international legal theory, international dispute resolution, public international law, private international law, international trade law, international human rights law, international environmental law, immigration law, and technology and international law. Le Conseil canadien de droit international a andeacute;tandeacute; fondandeacute; en 1972 par un groupe d'acadandeacute;miciens et de practiciens en droit international parmi les plus distinguandeacute;s au Canada. Le Conseil appuie le dandeacute;veloppement et l'andeacute;change d'idandeacute;es au sein d'une communautandeacute; d'individus intandeacute;ressandeacute;s par le droit international, avec une concentration particuliandegrave;re sur les perspectives canadiennes vis-andagrave;-vis les affaires internationales. andAgrave; cette fin, une des activitandeacute;s principales du Conseil est d'organiser un congrandegrave;s annuel.
Gaimushō. 5 Policy Series : 9403E DS 891 .2 J34 1994 MAIN Looking Ahead A
Foreign Policy for a Changing World July 1994 Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan
Japan's Policy Series : 9403E Looking Ahead A Foreign Policy. Front Cover.
Author: Japan. Gaimushō
One of the unique books to portray a myriad of intertwined global developments that will shape the world we live in for decades to come.
Author: Mona Hammami
View: 845A visual representation of some of the world's most pressing challenges, opportunities, and evolving trends. One of the unique books to portray a myriad of intertwined global developments that will shape the world we live in for decades to come. "Looking Ahead" helps provide more clarity about the uncertain future by providing data-driven evidence. Marrying rigorous analysis with creative and artistic graphical representations, it presents the major emerging economic, demographic, societal well-being, technology, infrastructure and communications, energy, and environmental trends that we should all be aware of.
Author: William Noel Blisard
Category: Food consumption forecasting
Author: Farm Foundation (Chicago, Ill.)
American Youth Commission, Merritt Madison Chambers. B 1,339,897 American
Youth Commission Looking Ahead With Youtli. GRAD HQ 796 • A53 Guide
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Author: American Council on Education. American Youth Commission
They are typical of methods in use by aggressive Americans who looking ahead
in business . You will be pleased with the increased punch and hitting power that
you can inject into your sales and advertising plans with an Addressograph !
Author: William Kenneth Page
Category: World War, 1914-1918
... are institutions taken for granted — what are we , in this rich continent , to do to
help the coming of this new day in Latin America ? Looking ahead to Latin
America ' s new day calls to mind a very old picture - one that was enacted in real
Author: Stanley High
Category: Latin America
These are long and challenging months ahead. With faith in God, faith in our
people and in ourselves, we face those challenges with greater confidence. The
President's 1988 Year-end Report LOOKING AHEAD, MOVING FORWARD
Author: Corazon Cojuangco Aquino