Meanwhile, another study from the Political Economy Research Institute at UMass Amherst found that federal spending cuts in non-defense areas will cost Massachusetts even more jobs than cuts in military spending.
What does PERI stand for?
PERI stands for Political Economy Research Institute
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We have 19 other meanings of PERI in our Acronym Attic
- Program Evaluation & Research Group
- Project Engineering Requirements Group
- Project Engineering Review Group
- Permission Granted
- Perusahaan Hutan Negara Indonesia (Indonesian state forestry company)
- Argument of Perihelion (astronomy)
- Pea Ridge National Military Park (US National Park Service)
- Pharmaceutical Education & Research Institute
- Philippine Eye Research Institute
- Physical Education and Recreation Instructor
- Public Employees Retirement Inc.
- Public Entity Risk Institute
- Around (Prefix)
- Psychiatric Epidemiology Research Interview Demoralization Scale
- Period (US DoD)
- Plasma Enhanced Reactive Ion Etch
- Perspective Image Generation and Exploitation
- Project Earth Risk Identification Lifeline (computer game)
- Phonetic Experimental Research at the Institute of Linguistics, University of Stockholm (Sweden)
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The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, the University of New Hampshire, McKinsey & Company, the Union of Concerned Scientists, Pew Charitable Trusts and the Political Economy Research Institute have all found very large economic and job gains from replacing fossil fuels with clean, low-carbon, made-in-America energy.
The Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts Amherst published a 2001 study based on the doctoral thesis of Marc Shapiro, then a graduate student at the University of Rochester, who collaborated with Bouwes and Hassur to use a database created by RSEI in analyzing disparate impacts of air pollutants by race, ethnicity, income, education level, and employment.
The green economic initiative is based on findings in a report by the Political Economy Research Institute, a public policy research group at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.