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  • This is not to say that economics has a monopoly when it comes to fac-tors that affect science or in providing a lens for examining science. Other disciplines— and their foci— contribute considerably to the study of science. Sociology, for example, contributes a great deal to the understanding of how science is or ga nized and the reward structure of science. It is also not to say that science is the only factor that contributes to economic growth. Politics and values, for example, clearly play important roles....

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  • For the philosopher of history, G.W.F. Hegel, the fundamental challenge for any student of societal evolution is to apprehend in thought the spirit of the age (or the zeitgeist)—i.e., to understand the motive force of change while it is still at work (Lauer, 1974). Catching the zeitgeist ‘in the act,’ so to speak, is a matter of practical importance; for gaining such an understanding would seem to be a necessary, if not sufficient, condition for successfully shaping ‘for the better’ any future state of affairs. Hegel does not give us much cause for optimism here.

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  • The 38 essays in this book were written between the end of 1996 and the middle of 2001, and published in The Wall Street Journal, The Asian Wall Street Journal, The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Weekly Standard, Critical Review, Society, The Milken Review, and International Economy.

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  • In lecture Principles of economics - Chapter 5 you will: Examine what items are included in a firm’s costs of production, analyze the link between a firm’s production process and its total costs, learn the meaning of average total cost and marginal cost and how they are related, consider the shape of a typical firm’s cost curves, examine the relationship between short-run and long-run costs.

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  • In this chapter we discuss the types of imperfect competition and examine a particular type called oligopoly. Our goal in this chapter is to see how this interdependence shapes the firms’ behavior and what problems it raises for public policy.

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  • Chapter 3 - Demand and supply analysis: The firm. This chapter focuses on decision making by the suppliers/producers of goods and services, whereas Chapter 2 examined the role of individuals in shaping the demand for goods and services.

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  • From one of the most influential economists of the modern era, Keynes and his "General Theory" shaped economic thought and government policies for decades to come. Out of this magnum opus arose the Keynesian school of economics. Keynes argues that the level of employment in a modern economy was determined by three factors: the marginal propensity to consume (income that people chose to spend on goods and services), the marginal efficiency of capital (the rate used to see whether investments are worthy) and the rate of interest.

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  • I would like to acknowledge the contribution made to this book by colleagues in the Open University Business School who helped to shape my ideas and writing in the field of project management. Some of the material in this book was published in a similar form but in a different context as Managing Projects in Health and Social Care, published by Routledge in 2002. Acknowledgement is also due to Eddie Fisher, Stephen Oliver and others who have contributed ideas from their experience.

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  • Over the course of a few short years, electronic business has advanced from a buzzword to a thriving new channel for the delivery of goods and services and the mediation of financial transactions, shaping the destiny of numerous contemporary enterprises and significantly affecting entire economies worldwide.

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  • This paper examines how corporate financial structure shapes the impact of a financial crisis on the real sector by way of its effects on flows of funds and on corporate real expenditures. It is one of the first papers to utilize extensive cross-country flow and balance sheet data and also to examine subcomponents of GDP in the wake of banking and currency crises rather than focusing exclusively on aggregate GDP.

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  • We have found the use of the radar — our risk radar — to be a simple and useful device to allow us to present a snapshot of the top 10 strategic business risks for a company, a sector or indeed the global economy as a whole. The radar allows us to show both the scale of the challenge and its nature.

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  • Strategic decisions are rarely straightforward or simple. This is because they involve value judgments that depend to a large degree on people’s attitudes, perceptions and assumptions. This is why so many strategic decisions turn out to be ill-judged. The aim of this book is to help those who have to make strategic decisions and to throw light on the decision-making process. The first part focuses on the forces shaping major decisions, including ideas, developments and potential pitfalls.

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  • The Strategic Learning concept presented in this book owes a lot to the two great learning laboratories that have shaped my ideas. The first was my two decades as a CEO. These years infused in me a strong sense of pragmatism. Life in the trenches, I discovered, is always messy. So the most important question to ask about any business idea is simply, Does it work? In these pages, I’ve tried to capture some of the ideas that do work, so that my colleagues in business leadership may benefit from them....

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  • Fifty Major Economists provides a comprehensive and clear exposition of the ideas of those individuals responsible for shaping the discipline of economics. Numerous examples help to illustrate the key concepts and ideas of these economists. The book covers a wide range of thinkers, spanning several centuries, beginning with Thomas Mun and Adam Smith, and progressing to recent Nobel Prize winners such as Robert Lucas and Amartya Sen.

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  • To understand and master the Gemini Pattern Editor functions we must clearly define end explain the technical terms. Project A project represents a complete set of patterns that will be cut from one or more fabric types and then sewed together to create a product. In Gemini Pattern Editor program, a project represents a file that contain all information about pattern shape on all sizes, together with other important information (product technical sheet, measurement table, fabric types, size set etc). These files are saved on the computer in a file with *.gem extension.

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  • The vision shapes the strategy, which in turn shapes the plans that support it ● The time horizon decreases as you descend, with plans typically looking only one year out ● Certainty generally increases as the time horizon reduces

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  • MASSEY IS YOUR GATEWAY TO A FUTURE IN BUSINESS At Massey University we’re in the business of shaping future leaders and transforming the way the business world works. We offer our students the opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills they’ll need to excel in any area of business. Massey’s College of Business strives to create a stimulating learning and research environment to enrich our students, our partners in the community, and our people.

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  • Plastics have had a significant influence on industrial, domestic and cultural aspects of everyday life in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. They represent advances in technology, illustrated by the dramatic growth in number and type of information storage media available since the 1970s, credit and payment cards, medical applications and food containers which can be taken directly from freezer to microwave oven to dinner table. The development of plastics reflects economic history.

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