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Labor economics   (translated from Japanese)
Labor economics Labor economicsNow then (the wax how the け, it is, the く) with, labor market economics . work are elucidated, the fact that ...
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Labor economics   (translated from Russian)
Labor economics Labor economics - the division of the economy, which studies ... profession, in enterprise there are divisions of labor. Science study how many hours in ...
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Economics Economics (from the Greek οίκο ... trade and consumption of goods and services. Economics is said to be normative when it ... a subjective value judgment is made. Conversely, economics is said to be positive when it ... which observations to highlight is, however, normative. Economics, which focuses on measurable variables, is ...
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Productivity (economics)
Productivity (economics) In economics, productivity is the amount of output created ... sometimes called multifactor productivity, also includes both labor and capital goods in the denominator (weighted by their incomes). Unlike labor productivity, the calculation of both capital productivity ... Cambridge critique. Even measures of land and labor productivity should be used only when ...
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Keynesian economics
Keynesian economics Keynesian economics (pronounced KAYNzian), also called Keynesianism, is an ... the Great Depression of the 1930s. Keynesian economics promotes a mixed economy, where both the ... Keynesianism marked the end of laissez-faire economics (economic theory based on the belief that ... improvements in potential output, as most classical economics had believed from the late 1700s ...
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Anarchist economics
Anarchist economics Anarchism Traditions Anarcha-feminism Anarchist communism Anarcho ... the arts Anarcho-punk Anarchist theory Anarchist economics Anarchism and capitalism Anarchism and Marxism Anarchist ... Concepts Creative works Musicians Organizations Websites Anarchist economics entails theory and practice relating to economic ... usury - defining usury as profit from others' labor through rent, capital, interest, and wage-labor not paid "full" price. Finally, anarcho- ...
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Marxian economics
Marxian economics Marxian economics refers to a body of economic thought ... Marxian versus Marxist The adherents of Marxian economics, particularly in academia, distinguish it from Marxism ... and an alternative to more conventional neoclassical economics. Marx and classical economics Marx built on, and critiqued, the ...
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Labour (economics)
Labour (economics) In classical economics and all micro-economics labour (or labor) is a measure of the work done ... in terms. This article is part ofthe labor movement series Child labor Labor in ...
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Bazaar economics   (translated from German)
Bazaar economics The hypothesis that Bazaar economics comes up back Hans Werner sense , that ... costs). Ever more German enterprises shift their labor intensive portion of the creation of value ... this form of the international division of labor as problematic, because the loss leads at ... the interpretation of the actual division of labor as "Basar" economics as well as ...
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Binary Economics
Binary Economics Binary Economics is an approach to modern economic theory that looks at the ability of labor and capital to contribute to economic output ... neo-classical sense, is the ratio of labor as input to the overall output. In contrast, productiveness is the percentage of labor or capital that contributes to the ...
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