Future Survey Annual 1992

Author: Michael Marien
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9780930242435
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Future Survey Annual is prepared for a variety of people in government,
education, business, and research. Such people may be known by a variety of
titles: futurist, policy analyst, strategic planner, futures researcher, social thinker,
teacher, corporate decision-maker, non-profit sector administrator, or political
activist. Many of these people seek to "scan" the environment— to get a broad
view of what is happening and who is thinking what. And many of these people
hope to shape a ...

Future Survey Annual 1988 1989

Author: Michael Marien
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9780930242350
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BMW Z-cars have carved a huge reputation for themselves in a very short time.

Annual Housing Survey 1983

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Rural units, which were deleted in 1981 as part of the reduction of rural housing
units, were reinstated for the 1983 survey. 3. All sample housing units that were
either type A noninterviews (i.e., units eligible to be interviewed) or type B
noninterviews (i.e., units not eligible for interview at the time of survey but which
could become eligible in the future) in the 1983 survey. (For a list of reasons for
type A and type B noninterviews, see the facsimile of the 1983 AHS
questionnaire, page ...

The Future Of The Survey Of Income And Program Participation

Author: Panel to Evaluate the Survey of Income and Program Participation
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309047951
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For example, average monthly food stamp benefits by quarter reported in the
1984 SIPP panel amounted to 83–90 percent of the corresponding quarterly
totals from independent sources, whereas total food stamp benefits in 1983 from
the March 1984 CPS amounted to only 71 percent of the annual total from
independent sources. Similarly, average monthly SSI benefits by quarter from the
1984 SIPP panel averaged 90–99 percent of the quarterly totals from
independent sources, ...

The Future Of Value

Author: Eric Lowitt
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111807825X
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Most companies simply seek feedback. They request it from society by push and
pull, using one or more of three tactics: 1. An annual survey that solicits feedback
on the company's environmental and social performance. Often these surveys
are available on the company's website for a period of time and are open to the
general public. Results (or selected portions of them) are usually published in the
company's annual sustainability report. Annual surveys can also be distributed to
 ...

Annual Report Upon The Geographical Explorations And Surveys West Of The One Hundredth Meridian

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A similar method oi dividing up its area might be applied in its future survey, with
such scale for the resultant maps as shall be dictated by the wants of the
Government. summary of field and office operations. At the close of the preceding
fiscal year, the parties for field-operations had been organized and were
commanded as follows : Main and supply division. — In charge of myself,
assisted by Lieut. C. W. Whipple, Third United States Artillery, as executive officer
. First division. — Party ...

Annual Report Upon The Geographical Surveys West Of The One Hundredth Meridian In The States And Territories Of California Oregon Nevada Texas Arizona Colorado Idaho Montana New Mexico Utah And Wyoming

Author: George Montague Wheeler
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Another step has been made in the direction of a more perfect and refined
geodetic survey ; and the system once established, the results as to areas
mapped in a manner that will require no future change, except in details incident
to the development of the country, will vary, the force remaining constant,
according to the physical construction of the ever-shifting panorama of mountain,
valley, and plain found along each parallel of latitude within the longitudinal limits
of the survey. Note.