What does EPO mean in Law?
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What does EPO mean?
- EPO is a Belgian publisher of non-fiction books. It publishes approximately 25 books a year in Dutch and French, mainly centered around politics, history and sociology. These books tend to be of progressive nature. The publisher is closely linked to the Workers Party of Belgium. Belgian and international authors who were published by EPO include Manuel Abramowicz, Jan Blommaert, André van Bosbeke, Krista Bracke, Lucas Catherine, Noam Chomsky, Hans Depraetere, Jenny Dierickx, Eduardo Galeano, Ivo Hermans, Peter Tom Jones, Els Keytsman, Jaap Kruithof, Ludo Martens, Michael Parenti, Marc Spruyt, Paul Van Nevel, Robert Van Yper, Peter Vermeulen, Jan Willems, and Howard Zinn.
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EPO also stands for:
- Eccentric Position Optimization
- Education and Public Outreach
- Education Process Outsourcing
- Educational Passport Options
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