The Julius Shiskin Award is cosponsored by the Washington Statistical Society, the National Association for Business Economics, and the Business and Economics Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association.
What does NABE stand for?
NABE stands for National Association for Business Economics
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We have 13 other meanings of NABE in our Acronym Attic
- National Association of Buy, Here-Pay Here Dealers
- Naval Advance Base Depot
- Net Acid Back Diffusion (gastroenterology)
- Not A Big Deal
- National Amateur Ballroom Dancing Association
- Native American Business Development Center
- North Africa Business Development Forum
- National Area Based Development Programme (Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development; Afghanistan)
- Nonadiabatic Bohmian Dynamics (physics)
- National Association for Bilingual Education
- National Association of Business Economists
- North American Bookdealers Exchange (Cottage Grove, OR)
- North Atlantic Bloom Experiment
- Not Another Batch Encoder (UNIX)
- National Association of Bail Enforcement Agents
- Native American Business Enterprise Center (Bismarck, ND)
- Northeast Agricultural Biological Engineering Conference
- Northern Adelaide Business Enterprise Centre (Gawler, South Australia, Australia)
- National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (Washington, DC)
- Nationales Beobachtungsnetz für Luftfremdstoffe (Swiss National Monitoring Network for Air Pollution)
Samples in periodicals archive:
forum of economic experts organized by the National Association for Business Economics Tuesday afternoon.
Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, the Chief Economist of Ford Motor Company, will represent the National Association for Business Economics on the NBER Board, succeeding Harvey Rosenblum.
Meanwhile, the National Association for Business Economics cut its forecast for real gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the US to 2.
Forecasters at the National Association for Business Economics predict the economy will expand at only a 3 per cent pace in the first quarter of this year.