- n. Plural form of policymaker.
“One challenge for policymakers is that half the country thinks the federal government can balance its budget by simply cutting wasteful spending.”
“The dilemma for U.S. policymakers is that their hopes of gaining political traction in Pakistan, and increased Pakistani military cooperation against insurgents, are undercut by the highly unpopular air attacks inside Pakistani territory.”
“One of the big challenges facing scientists, researchers and policymakers is how to feed an expected 9 billion people by 2050 – amid economic troubles, competition for natural resources and rising temperatures.”
“Equally as important, policymakers from the White House on down have to get off the sidelines and update old policies to reflect today's drastically different technologies.”
“The short-term aim of policymakers is to try to keep the deflation of the real estate bubble from causing more collateral damage than necessary, while the longer-term goal should be to make the housing sector less prone to bubbles, i.e. reduce price increases to something sustainable.”
“A popular standard among school policymakers is a "Warm, Safe, Dry" classroom.”
“But Latin American policymakers learned some lessons over the past decade, and that is why the region has weathered the global financial crisis in much better shape than Spain.”
“The potential implications of this academic literature for policymakers is huge, should they take up the core concepts.”
“If Latin American policymakers truly want to reduce their countries 'abortion rates, they must focus their attention on improving knowledge about and access to a wide range of family planning methods.”
“Assume that the objective of policymakers is low inflation and that they announce such a policy.”
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