For reasons of space, this article will not explain the entire list of indicators used in the research to gauge the stringency
of safeguards in the PFIs studied, first at the level of institutional policies or strategies, then at the level of projects financed by the PFIs in question.
He compares the group's stringency
to acquiring a taste for Guinness Extra Stout, and wants to give the organization (and Extra Stout) every benefit of the doubt.
Our empirical model extends the literature by adding a fourth endogenous variable: environmental policy stringency
In 1912 I made a speech predicting that that would be done, and, further, that the Money Trust would cause a money stringency
in order to force its bill through Congress.
the fiscal stringency
policies that sent this economy into its first tailspin and which are now being repeated by the Koizumi reforms).
and tight monetary policy have brought inflation expectations below the country's 35% target for end-2002.
Yet, the government said that lower consumer prices helped the real purchasing power of households in ''a time of stringency
The Environmental Protection Agency is still preparing estimates of the benefits and costs of its proposed emissions caps -- information essential to evaluate their stringency
NOVELLE" IS RATHER an ambitious subtitle, traditionally requiring the utmost narrative stringency
How are the ide als of their founders standing up to economic stringency
and the modern student way of life 40 years on?
The broadly claimed methods result in a substantial reduction in the non-specific signal in the assay as compared with conventional nucleic acid probe based hybridization assays to thereby improve the performance of the probe based assays far beyond that obtainable by mere optimization of stringency
This study examined the stringency
of regulatory policies in New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Maine and measured differences in how these policies were perceived by loggers and sawmillers in these states.