27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New research produced by Harvard's Institute of Politics (IOP), the University of Pennsylvania's Fels Institute of Government and the American Education Foundation (AEF) finds state and local governments are carrying over $7 trillion in debt.
What does IOP stand for?
IOP stands for Institute of Politics (Harvard University)
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- Input Output Processor
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- Installation Operating Program
- Institute of Oriental Philosophy (Japan)
- Institute of Packaging (UK)
- Institute of Paper
- Institute of Philosophy
- Institute Of Physics
- Institute of Plumbing
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WILL WROBLESKI: The one-time executive director of the New Hampshire Republican Party--fired by former GOP Chair Jack Kimball in a move that ultimately led to Kimball's ouster--is the organizer of a forum on national security at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St.
to say, ÔLook, we can't stand for this,'" she said during an interview with MSNBC of New York is calling for criminalizing any sort of political incitement and was recently named director of Harvard Institute of Politics, said.
We are confident our students, faculty and university community will enjoy engaging with Gordon Brown, a prominent international leader with experience at the highest levels of government and public service," said Institute of Politics interim director John Culver.
Debbie Walsh, Director Center for American Women and Politics Eagleton Institute of Politics Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ
95 Paperback JK2488 Rosenthal (Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers) examines how state legislatures work, how they govern, and the different problems they confront.
Criticism of a senate bid cites her lack of public experience, but she has maintained some executive, though at times honorary, roles -- including president of Kennedy Library Foundation, director of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and an adviser to the Harvard Institute of Politics.
New Jersey licenses more professionals than most, if not all, the other states," said John Weingart, the assistant director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University.