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Paul Romer - Wikipedia

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Paul Michael Romer (born November 7, 1955) is an American economist, entrepreneur, and activist. He is currently Chief Economist and Senior Vice President ...

ROMER

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ROMER is part of Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence. Through a network of local service centres, production facilities and commercial operations across five  ...

Romer Labs | Food and Feed Safety | Diagnostic Solutions

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Romer Labs is a leading global supplier of diagnostic solutions for food and feed safety. We offer a broad range of innovative testing solutions and services ...

Paul Romer

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Meanwhile, I'm having my fun in conversations at the World Bank: http://live. worldbank.org/shaping-the-global-development-agenda-jim-kim-and-paul-romer.

The Trouble With Macroeconomics - Paul Romer

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Sep 14, 2016 ... Romer and Romer (1989) summarize the internal discussion at the Fed that led up to this change. Fed officials expected that the change would ...

ROMER - Metrology to go | Hexagon Metrology

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Hexagon Metrology ROMER, the originator of portable arm coordinate measuring machines for industrial metrology. Products include high accuracy arms, small ...

NYU Stern - Paul Romer - Professor of Economics

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Paul Romer, an economist and policy entrepreneur, is the founding director of the NYU Stern Urbanization Project. The Urbanization Project conducts applied ...

BRITAX Childcare - Car Seats, Strollers, Bike Seats

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Information about EMEA (Europe) | Britax Römer Childcare.

Paul Michael Romer | IDEAS/RePEc

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Paul Michael Romer: current contact information and listing of economic research of this author provided by RePEc/IDEAS.

Paul M. Romer - NBER

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equilibrium, that integration into world markets will increase growth rates, and that having a large population is not sufficient to generate growth. Paul M. Romer.