Bentley sponsored and hosted an ASUG (Americas' SAP Users' Group) New England Chapter meeting. The day-long meeting provided more than 100 attendees from large local companies with sessions aimed at enhancing and expanding their companies’ use of SAP. The meeting also provided information about SAP’s University Alliance, an organization that supports the integration of SAP into college curricula.
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In this National Review piece, Economics Professor Scott Sumner is credited with resurrecting neomonetarism philosophy and nominal GDP targeting.
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