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UBS engagiert sich weiterhin dafür, auf allen Stufen des Unternehmens mehr Frauen zu rekrutieren, zu binden und zu befördern. Das Compensation Committee überprüft systematisch mögliche Lohnunterschiede zwischen Frauen und Männern in vergleichbaren Rollen. Unsere Vergütungspolitik und -praktiken sind objektiv und respektieren di The policy brief is usually said to be the most common and effective written communication tool in a policy campaign. However, in balancing all of the criteria above, many analysts also find the brief the most difficult policy tool to write. Common Structural Elements of a Policy Brief As discussed above, policy briefs directly reflect the different roles that the policy analyst commonly plays. Policy Briefs 2021. February 2021 Kamen, Anna and Stephen Henriques Student Insights from the Field: Managing a Volunteer Contact Tracing Program in Summer 2020 2020. August 2020 Zipper, David, Policy Brief: Urban Mobility Pilots 2016. February 2016 DuPont, Carolyn M., James N. Levitt, and Linda J. Bilmes, Green Bonds and Land Conservation: The Evolution of a New Financing Too
UN/DESA Policy Briefs feature synopses of key policy analysis intended to frame issues, inform decisions and guide policy action in the economic, social and environmental arena Brief Fact Summary. Plaintiff, Laura Zubulake, brought gender discrimination and wrongful termination suits against Defendants, UBS Warburg LLC et al., and she sought access to emails that were stored and archived by Defendants. Synopsis of Rule of Law. A court will weigh the cost of accessing the electronic data using a comprehensive set of. Policy Brief - Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship and the German Council on Foreign Relations. Transatlantic Action Plan: Technology. Authors: Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook; David E. Sanger | February 2021 When the Internet began to flourish in the 1990's, there was an assumption that it would foster the values that the United States and its European allies held dearest: Freedom. UBS does not sponsor, endorse or recommend any of the third party websites, or their products and services and no representation or warranty (whether express or implied) is given or made by UBS with respect to any such third parties, or their products and services, including without limitation with respect to compatibility, quality, reliability, operability or functionality Sample citation: Title, National Poverty Center Policy Brief #x. Major funding for the National Poverty Center is provided by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the.
The BRICS Policy Center is among the top 10 best think tanks in Latin America Featured in many categories in the Global go to Think Tank Index Report 201 (Bloomberg) -- India's sharp surge in Covid-19 cases will not prevent the country's markets from setting a record for initial public offerings in 2021, as a cohort of technology companies make their much-anticipated debuts later in the year, according to UBS Group AG Apr 01, 2006 In late 2005, in response to Federal Reserve, Congressional, and grassroots pressure initiated by Divest Terror, UBS adopted a uniform, worldwide economic sanctions policy that combines U.S., E.U., U.N. and Swiss measures against countries, regimes, terrorists, narcotics traffickers, This Policy Brief aims to provide a concise analysis of the international investment dispute involving Philip Morris subsidiaries and the Republic of Uruguay. It depicts the main legal and political background that preceded the case, analyzes the decision reached by the arbitral tribunal, and assesses the award's major regulatory and policy implications. It intends to contribute to the.
. By David Zipper, Taubman Center Visiting Fellow. August 2020. In recent years the adoption of smart phones, developments in autonomous vehicle technology, and improvements in battery design have enabled a variety of new urban mobility technologies to transport people and goods. Policymakers responsible for facilitating or regulating access to these vehicles. • Policy brief template p. 13-26 • Designing the brief p. 27-34 • Checking your work p. 35-36. 2. Planning your policy brief. 3. What is a policy brief? • A short document that presents the findings and recommendations of a research project to a non-specialized audience • A medium for exploring an issue and distilling lessons learned from the research • A vehicle for providing. Policy Brief The National Poverty Center's Policy Brief series summarizes key academic research findings, highlighting implications for policy. The NPC encourages the dissemination of this publication and grants full reproduction right to any party so long as proper credit is granted the NPC. Sample citation: Title, National Poverty Center Policy Brief #x. Access to Financial Services.
Policy briefs develop information and analysis, followed by recommendations, on policy-oriented topics. They are found useful by policy makers, policy specialists, the media and interested scholars. Subscribe to Policy Briefs Publications . Policy Brief. Standards for a Secure 5G Infrastructure. March 29, 2021. Michel Girard; Policy Brief. Accelerating a Just Transition to Smart, Sustainable. policy communities. The Centre's Study Series presents in-depth analyses of major development issues. Policy Briefs and Policy Insights summarise major conclusions for policy makers; Working Papers deal with the more technical aspects of the Centre's work Developing a policy brief is one approach that health professionals may use to draw attention to important evidence that relates to policy. This article offers guidance on how to write a policy brief by outlining 4 steps: (a) define the problem, (b) state the policy, (c) make your case, and (d) discuss the impact. The steps and tips offer a starting point for health care professionals.
UN/DESA Policy Brief #86: The long-term impact of COVID-19 on poverty 15 October 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing global economic crisis are on course to reverse years of gains in the. Policy Brief on Women's Entrepreneurship. The opinions expressed and arguments employed herein do not necessarily reflect the official views of the organisation or of the governments of its member countries or those of the European Union. This document and any map included herein are without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory, to the delimitation of international. Apr 01, 2006. In late 2005, in response to Federal Reserve, Congressional, and grassroots pressure initiated by Divest Terror, UBS adopted a uniform, worldwide economic sanctions policy that combines U.S., E.U., U.N. and Swiss measures against countries, regimes, terrorists, narcotics traffickers, and proliferators of weapons of mass destruction
Health Policy Brief October 2019 Whole Person Care Improves Care Coordination for Many Californians Emmeline Chuang, PhD, Brenna O'Masta, MPH, Elaine M. Albertson, MPH, Leigh Ann Haley, MPP, Connie Lu, MPH, Nadereh Pourat, PhD SUMMARY: California's Whole Person Care (WPC) Pilots implemented under the Section 1115 Medicaid Waiver, Medi-Cal 2020, are designed to coordinate medical. Policy Brief | Edition no. 27, November 2017 | Using Evidence in Policy and Programs Using Evidence in Policy and Programs How can we ensure that services delivered to children and families are effective? This Policy Brief outlines a decision-making framework that recognises the importance of the relationship between service providers and clients, and the need for evidence-based interventions. policy brief is being produced by an institution a disclaimer may be needed. The format of a policy brief should be logical and easy to follow. It should include: 9 • Be concise and very clear • Use active not passive language (Musandu 2013). • Highlight the benefits that your recommendations will have, to the policy system, to those affected by the policy and more generally e.g.
Policy briefs can be an effective dissemination tool especially when targeting non-expert readers who rely on the credibility of the authors.3 Briefs should be focused and written in an easy-to-read, objective format. Policy briefs conclude with an evidence-based policy recommendation; although, recommendations should not extend beyond the evidence.4 Know your Audience Researchers must first. . Approach We identified the obstetric service status of each hospital in each year using hospital-reported data on the number of births, provision of obstetric services, level of maternity care, and number of obstetric. Since policy briefs include suggestions and orientation of desired actions, policy briefs are expected to be measurable, feasible, and attainable within a targeted practical state and time frame. 3. A policy brief is a focused document that is usually made for business, corporate, and professional processes. Since policy briefs are formal documents, it is essential for its content to be based.
health policy makers. An expansion of day surgery will have profound implications for the design of health facilities and the composition of the health care workforce. To take one obvious example, increased day surgery Policy brief 1 1 Some of the material for this Policy Brief has been drawn from the book Day Surgery Policy Briefs are essays on current public policy issues in health, education, taxes, social welfare, housing, and related research done by or on behalf of the Center for Policy Research at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Policy Brief No. 56/2020 Full Paper Health Have, Health Have Nots in a Time of COVID-19. Thirty-Second Annual Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on. Dive Brief: With e-commerce up dramatically, some 80,000 — and as many as 150,000 — U.S. stores could close over the next five years, according to a report from UBS analysts led by Michael. * cfo: expect slightly higher operational costs in h2 than in h
The Policy Brief Series . The Policy Brief series showcases high quality, policy-relevant research on issues relating to forced migration and international refugee law. The views ed expressin the Policy Brief represent those of the authors and not the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law. Policy Briefs are available online at www. Policy Brief Presidential Executive Actions Halting High Skilled Immigration Hurt the US Economy UC Davis Global Migration Center By Giovanni Peri, University of California, Davis Chad Sparber, Colgate University To download this brief, visit globalmigration.ucdavis.edu July 2020. These conclusions are driven by evidence from three related lines of research that have emerged over the last. This Policy Brief highlights the impact of COVID-19 on persons with disabilities and in doing so, outlines key actions and recommendations to make the response and recovery inclusive of persons with disabilities. While the brief contains specific recommendations focusing on key sectors, it identifies four overarchin
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What should be included in a policy brief? A policy brief, as described above, should include the following: Key messages - one page of bullet points summarising the most important take-home messages from the policy brief, including the problem description, options for addressing the problem and implementation considerations; Executive summary - a summary (e.g. three pages) of each section. UBS Group is planning on offering digital currency investment to its wealthy clients. The firm is looking into several alternatives, fearing it may lose clients if it fails to offer crypto investments. An increasing number of investment firms are considering offering crypto assets. According to. Aurich-Beerheide, Patrizia, Martin Brussig, Andrea Gabler, Boris Ivanov, Johannes Kirsch, Sandra Kotlenga, Philipp Langer, Barbara Nägele, Nils Pagels, Friedhelm Pfeiffer und Laura Pohlan (2020), Öffentlich geförderte Beschäftigung zur Förderung der Teilhabe von Langzeitarbeitslosen, ZEW policy brief Nr. 20-04, Mannheim A French judge has handed UBS Group AG a fine and damages of 4.5 billion euros ($5.1 billion), the largest penalty ever meted out to a Swiss bank, after it was found guilty of helping conceal its. Bradley Charles Birkenfeld (geboren am 26. Februar 1965 in Brookline, Massachusetts) ist ein US-amerikanischer Bankmanager und Whistleblower, dessen Enthüllungen bei der Regierung der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika zu einer massiven Betrugsuntersuchung gegen die Schweizer Bank UBS und anderen Banken geführt hat, die Steuerhinterziehung durch US-Steuerzahler ermöglicht haben
Die UBS Group AG ist eine Schweizer Grossbank mit Sitz in Zürich. Sie zählt zu den weltweit grössten Vermögensverwaltern. Ursprünglich war der Name das Akronym aus französisch Union de Banques Suisses bzw. italienisch Unione di Banche Svizzere, später dann auch englisch Union Bank of Switzerland. Heute steht UBS offiziell als Eigenname ohne weitere Bedeutung (siehe auch den Abschnitt. Mirroring a national trend, 45% of California youth between the ages of 12 and 17 report having recently struggled with mental health issues, with nearly a third of them experiencing serious psychological distress that could interfere with their academic and social functioning, according to a UCLA policy brief released today. The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research study also highlights the. & Policy Centers R www.ruralhealthresearch.org H R C Funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy A Consortium of University of North Dakota Center for Rural Health & NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis Shawnda Schroeder, PhD, Mandi Leigh-Peterson, MA. Page 2 April 2017 Rural and Urban Utilization of the Emergency Department for Mental Health and Substance Abuse POLICY BRIEF.
SINGAPORE as a wealth centre is gaining ground at a surer pace, capturing the rise of South-east Asia's new companies and more family offices setting up in the region, said a top executive from UBS on Wednesday. Read more at The Business Times POLICY BRIEF. Next, rural residents have less access to cancer screening services. Screening rates are lower in rural areas partially because finding and getting to providers can be challenging.12 As is the case with prevention, cultural values can also be a barrier to screening. Third, it is harder for rural residents to get cancer treatment and the follow-up care one needs after surviving. Policy Briefs; SPARC and its consortium of technical partners has produced a series of policy briefs based on the application of the functional framework for describing purchasing systems, and a set of benchmarks to track progress on strengthening governance arrangements and purchasing functions. The series describes the application of the framework in countries of sub-Saharan Africa and.
A number of asset managers have cautioned about investing in cryptocurrencies, including UBS Wealth Management, Pimco, T. Rowe Price, and Glenmede Investment Management. We expect more stringent policy and regulatory controls ahead for crypto as it becomes more mainstream, said UBS. Asset Managers Caution of. A Center Policy Brief Immigrant Children and Youth: Enabling Their Success at School (April, 2011) Abstract A great deal has been written about immigrant children and youth. This brief focuses on implications for school improvement policy and practice. Discussed are (1) different reasons families migrate, (2) concerns that arise related to immigrant students, (3) prevailing school practices. The National Poverty Center's Policy Brief series summarizes key academic research ﬁ ndings, highlighting implica-tions for policy. The NPC encourages the dissemina-tion of this publication and grants full reproduction right to any party so long as proper credit is granted the NPC. Sample citation: Title, National Pov-erty Center Policy Brief #x. Policy Brief Gerald R. Ford School of. For the first set of CSW Policy Briefs, we partnered with Michelle Johnson, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Welfare and a CSW Faculty Affiliate, on the development of a call for graduate student policy brief submissions in the area of Food In/Security: Local, National, or Global Problems and Solutions. Several students submitted briefs and three were selected for.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) × Menu. OECD.org; Data; Publications; More sites. OECD Better Life Inde policy dialogue meetings, and are published in a range of high-quality products for the research and policy communities. The Centre's Study Series presents in-depth analyses of major development issues. Policy Briefs and Policy Insights summarise major conclusions fo Research Policy Briefs. Reports. India as the Engine of Recovery for South Asia: a Multi-Sectoral Plan for India's Covid-19 Diplomacy in the Region. Centre for Policy Research, 19 August 2020. By Shyam Saran, Gautam Mukhopadhaya, Nimmi Kurian, Sandeep Bhardwaj. Crammed In Or Shut Out? Implications of Delhi's Homeless Shelter System's Floor Space Constraints - with Attention to the Potential. A policy brief is a short document that either advocates for a particular position or objectively describes a policy issue and the options available. You may have to write a policy brief for a class assignment, or while working for a corporation or nonprofit organization. A policy brief is typically fewer than 1,000 words and uses facts and figures to present the issue to readers who want a. 10 pages; policy briefs are typically 2-4 pages). Paper Begins with An abstract (typically between 150-250 words). An executive summary (length depends on the length of the report but typically between 1-4 pages). Formatting Formal and plain. Attempts made to make policy writing appealing. For your purposes this may include using short paragraphs, including headings and subheadings if.
RAND research briefs present policy-oriented summaries of individual published, peer-reviewed documents or of a body of published work. 2021 Post 9/11 Trends in Medical Separation and Separation for Service Members with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury May 10, 202 6 IMPACT OF COVID-19 | UNITED NATIONS POLICY BRIEF: COVID-19 AND THE NEED FOR ACTION ON MENTAL HEALTH Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of health. Despite the impact of mental health conditions on individuals, families and society, there has been little investment in mental health, particularly in community-based services A Center Policy Brief A look at California Assembly Bill 114: Transition of Special Education and Related Services Formerly Provided by County Mental Health Agencies* (August, 2013) *This brief was prepared for the Center by Janelle Lawson. The Center is co-directed by Howard Adelman and Linda Taylor and operates under the auspices of the School Mental Health Project, Dept. of Psychology, UCLA.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Office of the Associate Director for Policy PREVENTING SUICIDE IN RURAL AMERICA THE DATA Suicide is one of the top ten leading causes of death in the United States and was responsible for almost 45,000 deaths in 2016.1 Many more people are hospitalized as a result of nonfatal suicidal behavior (i.e., suicide attempts) than are fatally injured, and an. Policy Brief The National Poverty Center's Policy Brief series summarizes key academic research findings, highlighting implications for policy. The NPC encourages the dissemination of this publication and grants full reproduction right to any party so long as proper credit is granted the NPC. Sample citation: Title, National Poverty Center Policy Brief #x. The Causes of Racial.
Policy Brief on Youth Entrepreneurship. The opinions expressed and arguments employed herein do not necessarily reflect the official views of the Organisation or of the governments of its member countries or those of the European Union. This document and any map included herein are without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory, to the delimitation of international. This Policy Brief continues the series of reports from the RUPRI Center updating the number of pharmacy closures in rural America with annual data. See our website for other analyses of trends and assessment of issues confronting rural pharmacies. Key Findings • Over the last 16 years, 1,231 independently owned rural pharmacies (16.1 percent) in the United States have closed. The most. Vancouver: Vancouver Centre for Human Development and Research. 3 UNAIDS, WHO and OHCHR POLICY BRIEF : DISABILITY AND HIV with intellectual impairments and those in specialized institutions, schools or hospitals being at particularly high risk.9 There is also evidence that in some cultures, persons with disabilities are raped in the belief that this will cure an HIV-positive individual.