Business Organizations - Economic Organizations
World List of Departments and Schools of Information
Studies, Information Management, Information Systems, etc.
"The aim of this list is to cover Departments, Schools and
courses in the 'information sector' in general."
Maintained by [Retired] Professor Tom Wilson, Department of
Information Studies, University of Sheffield.
World Directory of Development Organizations and Programs
"The directory contains basic information on known organizations - mainly NGOs - and their activities for development.
- Cooperating for Development Home Page
See Also Business Administration > Marketing Associations
Electronic Commerce Institute
"...was founded in 1990 by the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal in order to promote and accelerate the use of electronic commerce within companies...is a convenient source of information on ECI programs. Visitors to the site will also find articles on topics of interest, links to many other e-commerce sites, FAQs and discussion groups, plus e-commerce implementation guides and information on EDI."
FREE - Foundation for Research on Economics & the Environment
"...advances conservation and environmental values by applying modern science and America's founding ideals to policy debates. We are intellectual entrepreneurs, explaining how economic incentives, secure property rights, and responsible prosperity can foster a healthy environment."
International Compliance Association (ICA)
"The International Compliance Association supports and educates compliance professionals in the fight against terrorist financing, corruption, money laundering and financial crime."
The Urban Institute
A Nonpartisan Economic and Social Policy Research Organization
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