interindustry

interindustry

(ˌɪntərˈɪndəstrɪ)
adj
occurring or existing between two or more industries
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Empirical results of the study show the existence of considerable embodied technical progress and the interindustry externality of capital investments positively affecting productivity growth.
Chapters are: trade liberalization, export behavior, and enterprise wage determination; wages and the ouseo of social networks; interindustry income inequality; who enters high-income industries?
In this issue of the Survey of Current Business, we are pleased to publish an article by economists from CMS and Inforum (the Interindustry Forecasting Project at the University of Maryland) that develops supply-side health care data, reconciling widely used statistics from BEA and CMS.
It is well known that large interindustry wage differentials remain even after attempts have been made to control for a wide array of individual characteristics.
International experience demonstrates the importance of cross border cooperation (CBC) on water at various levels: international, national, interindustry, as well as at the users level to achieve sustainable development goals.
The economic model and expert advice used for the projections were provided by the University of Maryland's Interindustry Forecasting Project (Inforum).
private and public building construction, an indicator for roofing and siding contractors, is forecast to grow at an annual compound rate of 10 percent between 2011 and 2016 (by Interindustry Economic Research Fund, Inc.
director of research at Interindustry Economic Research Fund, Inc.
10 at a two-day forum hosted by the UA's RFID Research Center, the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions Association and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
VICS is short for the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions Association, an organization founded in 1986 to promote greater collaboration and use of business process standards in the retail industry.
The four-month study, commissioned by the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Standards Committee (VICS) and the American Apparel & Footwear Association, is of interest to grocery companies because it sheds some light on the usefulness of item-level tagging and points to some crucial differences between the grocery industry and other retail markets.
The gathering will integrate the Retail Systems Conference & Exposition with the VICS (Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Standards) Collaborative Commerce Conference.
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