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What does PRR stand for?

PRR stands for Policy Research Report (Worldbank)

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RECENTLY, in commenting on the relative economic performance of UK countries since devolution, Professor John McLaren of Glasgow University, who led the Centre for Public Policy Research report, concluded that while Scotland's economic performance was moving closer to the UK as a whole, Northern Ireland and Wales continued to lag behind, with evidence that Wales had fallen back relative to the UK.
A new health policy brief released by the University of California, Los Angeles, Center for Health Policy Research reports that older lesbian, gay, and bisexual Californians are more likely than their heterosexual peers to have diabetes, hypertension, physical disability, self-assessed poor or fair health, and psychological distress.
The Public Policy Research report offers a range of ideas in order to boost race relations.
The panel mentions "Aid, Policies, and Growth," by Craig Burnside and David Dollar, in the American Economic Review, 2000 (which has 743 citations in Google Scholar); and "Growth Is Good for the Poor," by David Dollar and Aart Kraay, in the Economic Journal, 2004 (893 citations in Google Scholar), as well as the 2001 World Bank Policy Research Report, Globalization, Growth, and Poverty.
The Institute of Public Policy Research report into the economic impact of the 2012 Olympic Games in London is a salutary reminder to politicians not to overplay the impact of luring such a prestigious event to this country.