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Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001

Contents: The complete manual in one PDF file (885 K pdf file).
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Table of Contents


Foreword


Preface

Chapter 1: Introduction. Summarizes the scope
and purpose of the GFS system and provides a broad overview of the contents
of the manual.

Chapter 2: Coverage of the GFS System. Defines
the general government sector as a set of resident institutional units,
where an institutional unit is defined as it is in the 1993 SNA. It also describes the central, state, and local government subsectors and
the extension of the general government sector to the public sector by
including government financial and nonfinancial corporations. The annex
discusses the nature and classification of Social Protection
Schemes.

Chapter 3: Flows, Stocks, and Accounting Rules. First describes the flows and

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NOTICE: Change to ASAPS’ Annual Statistics Survey Methodology

ASAPS opted to change its survey methodology in 2018, which is why there are apparent differences between prior reports and ASAPS’ latest report for the 2017 calendar year. The statistics now only include board-certified plastic surgeons, whereas prior surveys also included dermatologists and otolaryngologists. The Board opted to remove the other specialties in order to:

  • Best represent the specialty of plastic surgery to media, industry and board-certified plastic surgeons.
  • Put forth our specialty’s actual numbers in terms of procedures performed, etc.  (It was suspected that including dermatologists and otolaryngologists deflated the surgical numbers and inflated the nonsurgical numbers). Both proved true and certain surgical procedures believed to have been on the decline or leveling out, are on the rise, (e.g. facelifts which increased by 22% last year).
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Countries Compared by Government > Government type. International Statistics at NationMaster.com

Afghanistan

Islamic republic

Albania

parliamentary democracy

Algeria

republic

American Samoa

NA

Andorra

parliamentary democracy (since March 1993) that retains as its chiefs of state a coprincipality; the two princes are the president of France and bishop of Seu d’Urgell, Spain, who are represented in Andorra by the coprinces’ representatives

Angola

republic; multiparty presidential regime

Anguilla

NA

Antarctica

Antarctic Treaty Summary – the Antarctic region is governed by a system known as the Antarctic Treaty System; the system includes: 1. the Antarctic Treaty, signed on 1 December 1959 and entered into force on 23 June 1961, which establishes the legal framework for the management of Antarctica, 2. Recommendations and Measures adopted at meetings of Antarctic Treaty countries, 3. The Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Seals (1972), 4. The Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (1980), and 5. The Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty (1991);
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Lawyers

All lawyers must have a law degree and must also typically pass a state’s written bar examination.

Lawyers must have a law degree and must also typically pass a state’s written bar examination.

Education

Becoming a lawyer usually takes 7 years of full-time study after high school—4 years of undergraduate study, followed by 3 years of law school. Most states and jurisdictions require lawyers to complete a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA). ABA accreditation signifies that the law school—particularly its curricula and faculty—meets certain standards.

A bachelor’s degree is required for entry into most law schools, and courses in English, public speaking, government, history, economics, and mathematics are useful.

Almost all law schools, particularly those approved by the ABA, require applicants to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). This test measures applicants’ aptitude for the study of law.

A

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