The modern stage for Keynesian intervention was set by the first Economic Report of the President for the Kennedy administration, arguing the case for significant discretionary intervention in the economy.
What does ERP stand for?
ERP stands for Economic Report of the President
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We have 316 other meanings of ERP in our Acronym Attic
- Early Receptor Potential
- Early Redemption Penalty (mortgages)
- Early Reduction Program
- Early Resource Planning
- Early Retirement Plan
- Early Retirement Programme (various locations)
- Earth Rotation Parameters
- Earthquake Response Plan
- École de Reconversion Professionnelle (French: School of Professional Retraining)
- Economic Recovery Plan (various locations)
- Ecosystem Research Program (various organizations)
- Ecosystem Restoration Program (California)
- Edilizia Residenziale Pubblica (Italian: Public Housing)
- Edmonton Research Park (Edmonton, Canada)
- Education Refund Plan (Saudi Aramco; Saudi Arabia)
- Education Reimbursement Program (various locations)
- Education Research Program (various locations)
- Educational Radio Project (NBC Radio, 1930s)
- Effective Radiated Power
- Effective Refractory Period
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Bush administration in its 2004 Economic Report of the President.
Economic Report of the President (1990) Washington: U.
According to the Economic Report of the President (1994: p.
The annual Economic Report of the President, devised by the White House's Council of Economic Advisers and endorsed by President George W.
95 Hardcover HN60 In 1967, Senator Walter Mondale introduced "The Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act, a bill that called for the creation of a Council of Social Advisers and an annual National Social Report to parallel the existing Council of Economic Advisers and the annual Economic Report of the President.
The Economic Report of the President, released in February 2006, clearly bore the imprint of Bernanke's rosy view of cause and effect in the American current and capital accounts.
According to the 1998 Economic Report of the President, the growth in single-parent families was the most important reason for increased poverty among children over the last 20 years, with out-of-wedlock births (half of which were to teens) as the driving force behind the growth in the number of single parents.