Alaska's Permanent Fund Dividend: Examining its Suitability as a Model Exporting the Alaska Model: Adapting the Permanent Fund Dividend for Reform Around the World, Karl Widerquist, associate professor at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar (SFS-Q), thinks so.
What does PFD stand for?
PFD stands for Permanent Fund Dividend
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- Parker Fire District (Parker, CO)
- Partial Fractions Decomposition (calculus)
- Partido Fuerza Democrática (Democratic Force Party, Costa Rica)
- Partners for Development (Silver Spring, MD)
- Partnerships for Finance and Development
- Passive Frequency Doubler
- Patron Fare Display
- Pelvic Floor Disorder
- Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Penticton Fire Department
- Personal Flotation Device
- Personal, Fatigue and Delay
- Pfund (German: Pounds)
- Phase Frequency Detector (electronics)
- Phase Frequency Discriminator
- Philadelphia Fire Department
- Phoenix Fire Department (Phoenix, AZ)
- Physical Facilities Department
- Physical Fitness Diagnostic (US Air Force ROTC)
- Pittsburgh Fire Department
Samples in periodicals archive:
carrier Alaska Airlines (NYSE: ALK) said it has launched its Permanent Fund Dividend sale this week, featuring savings on air fares, vacations packages and 25 % off freight shipping within the state of Alaska.
However, outside the Permanent Fund dividend cross-checking there's no other way to independently verify residence.
Over the last half decade, a number of new challenges have arisen: -- much higher heating-fuel prices; -- more complex and costly drinking-water regulations; -- reductions in the state's Power Cost Equalization subsidy; -- increased sanitation system insurance costs; -- reductions in government-provided capital projects funding; -- termination of the Municipal Revenue Sharing Program; -- a declining salmon-fishing industry that has resulted in less income for rural residents; and -- decreased Permanent Fund Dividends, on which many Alaskans rely for income.
Jeff Hadland uses data from the Alaska unemployment insurance system plus other administrative data sources, including the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend application form, to study the extent of inter- and intra-State migration among Alaskan youth and their participation in post-secondary education.