The Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute conducted a county-by-county economic analysis of vote centers and found that, compared with precinct voting, vote centers are expected to be cheaper by 29 percent to 54 percent, depending on the county.
What does IFPI stand for?
IFPI stands for Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute
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We have 19 other meanings of IFPI in our Acronym Attic
- Institut Français pour la Performance Énergétique du Bâtiment (French: French Institute for Building Energy Performance)
- Institute for Federal Printing and Electronic Publishing (US Government Printing Office)
- Idaho Fuels Processing Facility
- Interim Fuel Participation Factor (shipping)
- Ituri Forest Peoples Fund (Democratic Republic of Congo)
- Individual Flight Plans from this Point
- International Food Products Group
- Institute of Financial Planners of Hong Kong
- Imaging Fabry-Perot Interferometer
- Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute (New Zealand)
- Interactive Forecast Preparation Implementation (computer forecasting protocol)
- International Federation of Phonogram & Videogram Producers
- International Federation of Pirates Interests
- International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (London, England, UK)
- International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (various locations)
- Intrinsic Fabry-Perot Interferometer
- Inward FDI Potential Index (foreign direct investment; measure of a country's attractiveness for investment)
- International Federation of the Phonographic Industry Hong Kong
- International Federation of the Phonographic Industry
- tiImpeach for Peace and Justice (anti-Bush/Cheney)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A recent Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute briefing spells out the situation in depressing detail.
His findings focused on the decline in Indiana's per capita personal income relative to the nation (the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute also released its income study about the same time) and the significant job losses Indiana has suffered since January 2000.
But an Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute study published in 1998 appeared to point the finger at our economy, instead.
The findings echo those of a 1999 study by the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute that brought the issue of the brain drain to the forefront.
The Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute, in support of the OBannon administration's "Energize Indiana" initiative has put forth one method, and it's a perfectly reasonable one.
The Indiana Technology Partnership and TechNet Indiana asked the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute to develop a relatively simple, sustainable and relevant set of metrics that will accurately measure our progress.