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Institute for Society, Culture and Environment Annual Report 2011
(The Research Institutes of Virginia Tech: Institute for Society, Culture and Environment, 2011-08)
Institute for Society, Culture and Environment Annual Report 2012
(The Research Institutes of Virginia Tech: Institute for Society, Culture and Environment, 2012-08)
Crimes of Occasion, Desparation, and Predation Against America's Elders
(The MetLife Mature Market Institute, 2011-06)
Assessing the Potential Economic and Poverty Effects of the National Greening Program
(Virginia Tech, 2015-11-10)
This presentation assesses the potential economic and poverty effects of the National Greening Program in the Phillipines in 2012-2050.
Potential Fresh Apple Imports from China: A Preliminary Case Study
(Virginia Tech, 2010-02-26)
This presentation considers the benefits of and possible obstacles to fresh apple imports from China.
The United States WTO Complaint on China’s Agricultural Domestic Support: Preliminary Observations
(Virginia Tech, 2017-01-26)
This note provides some preliminary observations on the complaint initiated in September 2016 by the United States about China’s agricultural domestic support under the rules for dispute settlement of the World Trade ...
Potential Effects of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) on the Philippine Economy
(Virginia Tech, 2015-12-01)
This presentation estimates the potential effects of the reduction in RCEP tariffs and non-tariff barriers (NTBs) in the Phillipines.
Cost and Benefit Analysis of Possible Philippine Participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
(Virginia Tech, 2014-09-04)
The objective of this presentation was to quantify the effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on trade, especially in terms of Philippine participation.
A Modeling Framework for Evaluating Economic Impacts of APHIS Import Regulations
(Virginia Tech, 2012-09-27)
This presentation covers economics in regulatory decision making, a model framework, and a case study of the American beef market.
Physical Activity Among Virginia High School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015
(Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
Children and adolescents should participate in a daily minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity. Physical activity helps build and maintain healthy bones and muscles. It helps reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases, ...