The macroeconomic forecast of Sweden's National Institute of Economic Research is based on the Institute's assessment of the most probable development of fiscal policy.
What does NIER stand for?
NIER stands for National Institute of Economic Research
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We have 6 other meanings of NIER in our Acronym Attic
- Native Instruments Elektrik Piano
- Natural and Induced Environments Panel
- Network of Indian Environment Professionals (India)
- Nuclear Industry Evaluation Program
- National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (INDIA)
- National Institute for Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities (Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment)
- Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions (Duke University)
- Nakamae International Economic Research
- National Industrial Equipment Reserve
- National Institute for Environmental Renewal
- National Institute of Environmental Research (South Korea)
- Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation
- Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre
- Nansen International Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (Russia)
- Nanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences (China)
- National Imagery Exploitation System (National Imagery and Mapping Agency)
- National Industry Extension Service (Australia)
- National Institute for Environmental Studies
- Nauru Island Effect Study (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Climate Research Facility; US Department of Energy)
- Newly Industrializing Economies
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The same day, Sweden's National Institute of Economic Research (KI) said the country would likely suffer a light recession next year as its economy contracts by 0.
The four sources are: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) (April 19, 2006); Sweden's National Institute of Economic Research (NIER) (March 30, 2006); the Frankfurt based Commerzbank (April 22, 2006), and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (December 2005).