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politician

noun campaigner, candidate, governnental leader, lawgiver, lawmaker, legislator, office seeker, officeholder, officer of state, official, partisan, party memmer, politico, public servant, representative, statesman
See also: demagogue, lawmaker, legislator
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As new leaders are being determined, now is the perfect time to be planning how you and your colleagues can raise CTE awareness with national, state and local policymakers.
Share this hard-hitting data with your local policymakers and encourage them to support initiatives that improve the sexual and reproductive health of young people.
Policymakers from the ECB, the European Commission and eurozone governments see the key to overcoming the eurozone crisis was boosting and widening Europe's fiscal rules and economic surveillance.
PolicyMaker SDK is a free software development kit that includes code for a sample application plug-in and a sample MAPI service plug-in.
a monetary policymaker with Markovswitching preferences for low inflation relative to low unemployment, and
The theoretical literature suggests that some types of uncertainty should induce the policymaker to 'do less' while other types call for no moderation in policy setting.
In the Nash game, each policymaker chooses the money stock ignoring the policy actions of the other authority.
The vast majority of policymakers are not trained as scientists.
A good way to ease a stiff meeting is to compliment your policymaker on something he or she accomplished in the past.
Economic imbalances between wealthy and emerging nations are proving one of the biggest headaches for policymakers striving to repair the world economy after the most damaging crisis in decades and reduce the risks of future shocks.
Moreover, policymakers also have to account for the risk of a "sudden stop" to economic activity, which can devastate employment, trade, and investment.
Design rainy day funds with clear, objective goals that policymakers can refer to regardless of changes in governors, legislatures, and business cycles.