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Scimago, an independent research organization and an international evaluation and ranking platform, has projected in its recent publication how the world will perform in research by 2018 based on their past performance.
The Police Executive Research Forum, a Washington-based independent research organization that surveys local and state police, released a study in January that showed "44 percent of police departments reported increases in crimes they believed could be attributed to the economic crisis," US media reported.
Personal information provided will be kept strictly confidential and tabulations will be completed offsite by an independent research organization.
based Investor Responsibility Research Center, an independent research organization.
The survey, mandated by Council, was undertaken by an independent research organization under the supervision of a special AICPA/state CPA society task force.
4-H camps chose a unique way of organizing campers' and parents' responses to the survey by examining how the responses corresponded with some of the developmental asset categories identified by the Search Institute, a nonprofit, independent research organization that focuses on the developmental needs of youth.
The center is an independent research organization funded exclusively by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The survey was conducted for the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) by the independent research organization of Rivel Research Group headquartered in Westport, Connecticut.