According to Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, full economic recovery is
anticipated to be reached in the state by mid-2013. The state has surpassed the national
average for rate of job growth during 2012, with net growth of 37,300 jobs between
September 2011 and September of 2012. Locally, the department estimated
that metro Denver (including Boulder County) experienced net job growth of 34,500
positions, further driving demand for apartments.
as expressed in our mission statement, RREEF Real Estate
seeks to provide our clients with superior long-term returns
while appropriately managing risks to our clients. this goal
directly aligns with our commitment to continuously seek
improvement in the environmental performance of our
assets under management across a variety of value drivers.
being sustainable enhances operating efficiency,
increasingly satisfies investor considerations and
mandates, promotes compliance with growing regulations
and mitigates risks.
This paper analyses the equilibrium level of private credit to GDP in 11
Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries on the basis of a number
of dynamic panels containing quarterly data on CEE economies, emerging
markets and developed OECD countries. In doing so, we propose a unify-
ing framework which includes factors driving both the demand for and the
supply of private credit.
The agency believes that NCAP has helped make significant safety improvements by providing
consumers with independent information that they can use in their purchasing decisions. This
information has helped drive consumer demand for safety and manufacturers have responded by
building vehicles that exceed Federal motor vehicle safety standards, thereby contributing to
NHTSA’s mission of reducing death and injuries from motor vehicle crashes.
As brands give more weight to social data in making
business decisions, they will also demand greater
transparency in the collection of data and greater quality
in the insights. Rather than just being alerted of a crisis,
marketers need to understand the longer-term implications,
and the underlying factors driving that outcome. This can
only be achieved when starting with a robust dataset. The
current generation of technology can help aggregate the
data, but it is not yet effective at assessing more subjective
aspects, like sentiment.
In my first article for the ECMRA Newsletter, I argued that marketing, NOT cost-cutting, is the TRUE basis of SUSTAINABLE competitive advantage, because it is through marketing that you understand how to respond to those factors that are really driving the demand for what you have to offer.