Policies

Some articles on policies:

Thaification - Policies - Education
... The second set of policies consists of policies applied nationally, but that disproportionately affect the fringe groups ...
Thaksinomics - Overview
... Thaksinomics is a populist set of economic policies aimed at Thailand's rural people, who make up the majority of the country's population ... The policies of Thaksinomics have included A four-year debt moratorium for farmers, combined with orders to Thailand's state-owned banks to increase loans to farmers ... Although it is a continuation of the Democrat-initiated policies of the late-'90s, Thaksin has consistently pushed for the privatization of the state-owned electricity company EGAT ...
Organization Of Iranian People's Fedaian (Majority) - History - The Nineties
... The congress mainly focused on re-examining the Organization’s past policies, political situation, and internal relations ... The 1990s brought about profound changes in the Organization's views and policies ... The first congress rejected the policies which guided the OIPFM to overwhelmingly support the Islamic Republic and concluded that those policies damaged the morale of the independent left in the ...
Canadian American Association Of Professional Baseball - Policies and Practices - Policies
... Several league policies serve to prevent dominance by owners who can out-spend their opposition ...
Life Insurance - Criticism
... provisions) make it difficult, life insurance policies have been used to facilitate exploitation and fraud ... After the contestability period ended on the policies, the women are alleged to have had the men killed via hit-and-run car crashes ... portion of policy holders will seek to redeem the cash value of their insurance policies before death ...

Famous quotes containing the word policies:

    To deny the need for comprehensive child care policies is to deny a reality—that there’s been a revolution in American life. Grandma doesn’t live next door anymore, Mom doesn’t work just because she’d like a few bucks for the sugar bowl.
    Editorial, The New York Times (September 6, 1983)

    Give a scientist a problem and he will probably provide a solution; historians and sociologists, by contrast, can offer only opinions. Ask a dozen chemists the composition of an organic compound such as methane, and within a short time all twelve will have come up with the same solution of CH4. Ask, however, a dozen economists or sociologists to provide policies to reduce unemployment or the level of crime and twelve widely differing opinions are likely to be offered.
    Derek Gjertsen, British scientist, author. Science and Philosophy: Past and Present, ch. 3, Penguin (1989)

    A nation’s domestic and foreign policies and actions should be derived from the same standards of ethics, honesty and morality which are characteristic of the individual citizens of the nation.
    Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)