104) included both the Economic Record and the Australian Economic Papers in his list of top-tier journals, and Kalaitzidakis, Mamuneas and Stengos (1999) arbitrarily added the European Economic Review to their core journals list.
What does AEP stand for?
AEP stands for Australian Economic Papers (publication; Wiley)
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We have 357 other meanings of AEP in our Acronym Attic
- Associations des Étudiants de Polytechnique (Polytechnic Student Association)
- Asymptotic Equipartition Property
- Ateliers Electriques de Paris (French: Electrical Shops of Paris)
- Atmospheric Entry Program (US NASA)
- Atomic Energy Project
- Attestation d'Etudes Politiques (French: Certificate of Political Studies; various universities)
- Auditory Evoked Potential
- Augmentation Enhancement Package
- Aumônerie de l'Enseignement Public (French: Chaplaincy of Public Education)
- Austin Entrepreneurship Program (Oregon)
- Automatic Electric Pistol (Airsoft)
- Automatic Engagement Planner
- Automatisme Electricité Plomberie (French electrical and plumbing company)
- Automobiles Europe Prototypes (French: European Automotive Prototypes)
- Average Error Percent
- Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Jorge Newberry (Airport Code)
- Advances in Engineering Plasticity and Its Applications (Asia-Pacific Symposium)
- American Environmental Protection Agency (not official; also seen as US EPA; aka United States Environmental Protection Agency)
- Animal Enterprise Protection Act of 1992
- Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessment (Arizona State Board of Education)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1997), "Quantity Precommitment and Bertrand Competition Yield Cournot Outcomes: A Case with Product Differentiation", Australian Economic Papers, Vol.
Given the restrictive assumptions of a LES and of full tax shifting introduced in the previous chapter, the fifth chapter, which is essentially the author's 1998 Australian Economic Papers article, is quite repetitive with respect to equations presented in the fourth chapter, with, however, inconsistent notation in some expressions.