postdepression

postdepression

(ˌpəʊstdɪˈprɛʃən)
adj
1. (Economics) economics pertaining to or denoting the period after an economic depression
2. (Medicine) med relating to occurring in the period after a patient has recovered from depression
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It was designed by architect Frank Behry and the building itself is a work of art - a huge, metallic structure at the forefront of the city's postdepression regeneration.
In the postdepression era, Bell Labs became a magnet for young scientists and engineers from across the country and it remained so throughout its existence.
It tells the inspirational story of Jimmy Gralton, who helped poor young people in postdepression Ireland by running a community and dance hall.
Although prominent accounting scholars and practitioners in postdepression 1929 focused on the use of historic cost, the paper discusses the decision of the IASB/FASB to move reliability to a secondary characteristic in its recent conceptual framework.
2002) conducted a randomized clinical trial with 145 individuals who were depressed and who were at least 3 months postdepression, placing the participants into either a treatment-as-usual group or into an MBCT group.
The HAM-D was chosen to measure pre- and postdepression scores, as it is an outcome measure that is primarily used in clinical trials.
For me to become empowered postdepression, I have to move through anger.
When expatriates renewed connections between the United States and Ireland later in the century, the continuing lapse in migration and reduced remittances attested to the slackness of these postdepression ties.
David Wheelock examines how experience with the gold standard led to the willingness of the Federal Reserve Board and the government to adopt the Bretton Woods system in the 1940s and then abandon the Bretton Woods system in the 1970s, and the inflationary bias produced by postdepression monetary policy.
In a postdepression era still reeling from mistrust of banks, Penick says his father taught him that a banker's job was one of community service to help build business confidence and trust in bankers.