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During 2016, the CBA currency reserves increased by 0.
The NFL and NFLPA signed a new CBA on August 4, 2011 (National Football League, 2011).
As a part of SB 467, the Legislature included a provision that would give the CBA the authority to include permanent practice restrictions as part of a disciplinary action against a license.
What has enabled CBA to become one of the most widespread methods in political decision-making?
Each year prior to the CBA, a 'call for nominations' shall be provided to the collective bargaining members a minimum of 15 days prior to the scheduled start of the CBA.
Many objections to CBA of financial regulation that have been offered in the literature are not really objections to conceptual CBA as a decision procedure, but rather are objections to particularly stilted forms of CBA6 (7) or are objections to particular institutional mechanisms for bringing about some form of CBA.
CBA offers enormous prospects for innovation in learning, testing, and assessment such as self-evaluation, useful feedback, space and time flexibility, and multimedia usage.
quantified CBA on independent financial agencies, while also attempting
In a previous issue of Regulation, University of Chicago professors Eric Posner and Glen Weyl argue that the time has come to require CBA by the independent financial regulatory agencies ("The Case for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Financial Regulation," Winter 2013-2014).
The CBA expects annual inflation to grow to the top of the admissible range by
If a new CBA were reached that was of the same duration as the current CBA (5 years), the amount totals $3.