Measurement of productivity

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  • CNC controllers, working as a brain for manufacturing automation, are high valueadded products accounting for over 30% of the price of machine tools. CNC technology is generally considered as a measure of the level of manufacturing technology of a nation, and is currently led by major advanced countries such as USA, Japan, and Germany.

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  • Food availability, access, stability and utilization are all part of the multi-dimensional nature of food security. The “availability” aspect, discussed here, refers to the availability of sufficient quantities of food of appropriate quality, supplied through domestic production or inputs. Productivity is usually considered the ultimate benchmark when comparing the performance of agricultural systems. For example, those involved in agricultural research and development want to know how much yield would be reduced if conventional agriculture were converted to organic agriculture.

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  • To meet the growing demand for safe vegetables, the assessment of understanding and awareness of risk producers of plant protection drugs increasingly are concerned, so that, with appropriate measures of hazards and reduce harmful levels of chemicals in the product. Therefore, this study was to assess the awareness of local people about the risks of plant protection drugs

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  • Since 2005, the international development perspectives have broadened, with new funding sources, partnerships and configurations of stakeholders. Global public-health initiatives such as the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) and the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) have matured their operations and increasingly become significant sources of revenue for national health budgets in many low-income countries.

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  • As well as pioneering a new, broader definition of environmental goods and services, this report has  expanded the scope of analysis to include activities within the broader environmental supply chain as  well as activities across the full environmental value chain ‐  including R&D, design and development,  installation,  manufacturing,  supply,  distribution,  retail,  maintenance,  operations,  consultancy  and  support services.

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  • Other than this, automation and optimization of production engineering was attempted in various fields. Okumoto et al. (2005D) optimized the block allocation on the assembly area using simulated annealing method. Wibisono et al. (2007) optimized block division planning using genetic algorithm and product model. Universal Shipbuilding Corporation (2008) developed a high performance NC Printing Machine, which enables fast printing irrespective of the number of characters and lines to be printed.

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  • The International Biological Programme (IPB), a world-wide plan of coordinated research on the biological basis of productivity and human welfare, covered terrestrial and aquatic environments, and ran for almost a decade from 1964. Recognising the need for guidance in methodology, the IBP arranged for the publication of a series of handbooks on techniques with the aim of achieving comparability of results all over theworld. One of these handbooks dealt with the study of marine benthos.

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  • Nowadays, the rapid growth of power electronics in industry and the presence of products based on electronic components in enterprises, institutions, shops, small businesses, residences, etc. and transport systems has been welcomed by the people who already use it due to its increased productivity within all areas.

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  • Job creation is only one measure of economic vitality, but it is crucial for several reasons. Jobs provide a living for people, and when there are not enough of them, as in recent years, the society and economy take multiple hits. The unemployed suffer. Demand for social-welfare payments goes up, putting an added strain on public budgets, while demand for goods and services in the marketplace goes down, putting a damper on growth. Conversely, when jobs are being created at a strong rate, these dynamics are reversed and we get an upward spiral. ...

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  • This paper analyzes factors that may enhance a firm’s propensity to implement cleaner prod- ucts and production technologies rather than end-of-pipe technologies. While both of these two fundamental types of abatement measures mitigate the adverse environmental impacts of production, cleaner production technologies are frequently more advantageous than end-of- pipe technologies for both environmental and economic reasons.

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  • Measures of quality of life assess a range of social, economic, and environmental factors. New Zealand sits in third place in the OECD in the United Nations Human Development Index (UNHDI). This index focuses on life expectancy, education, and income. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s quality of life index also gave a relatively high ranking to New Zealand, putting us in 14th place in the OECD in 2005. This index is based on a range of factors: material wellbeing; health; family life; community life; climate and geography; job security; political freedom; and gender equality.

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  • Chapter 10 Measuring a Nation's income has objectives: How gross domestic product (GDP) is defined and calculated, the breakdown of GDP into its four major components, the distinction between real GDP and nominal GDP, whether GDP is a good measure of economic well-being.

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  • Bài viết thể hiện ý tưởng về lượng hóa hiệu quả sản xuất, là tiền đề cho Charnes, Cooper và Rhodes (1978) tìm ra phương pháp tính hiệu quả kĩ thuật, hiệu quả phân phối, hiệu quả kinh tế.

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  • Study Objectives: Understand the concept of Gross Domestic Products, three approaches to measure GDP, how to calculate the economic growth rate, explain shortcomings of GDP as a measure of welfare.

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  • Chapter 4 describe the process for obtaining and recording resources needed for an early-stage venture, describe and prepare a basic balance sheet, describe and prepare a basic income statement, explain the use of internal statements as they relate to formal financial statements, briefly describe the cost of production schedule and the inventories schedule,...and another content.

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  • Leverage is the use of fixed costs relative to variable costs. Operating leverage pertains to the mix of fixed and variable costs of production. Financial leverage pertains to the capital structure (how the company finances its business). This chapter define and explain leverage, business risk, sales risk, operating risk, and financial risk and classify a risk, given a description.

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  • Objective of the dissertation: Evaluation on epidemiologic and pathological characteristics and measures of disease prevention caused by Histomonas meleagridis in raising chickens in two provinces Thai Nguyen and Bac Giang, contribute to improving the chickens husbandry productivity in areas.

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  • In Figure 1, we plot the ratio of economy-wide after-tax corporate profits to GNP. These data are available in the Survey of Current Business National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA) for 1929 and after (U.S. Commerce 1929—2000). Prior to 1929, we apply the methodology of the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to construct our own measures of after-tax corporate profits. (See U.S. Commerce 1985 and our Data Appendix for details.) The results are in Table 1. In 1929, the BEA reports after-tax profits equal to 8.8 percent of GNP.

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  • After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Consider why an economy’s total income equals its total expenditure, learn how gross domestic product (GDP) is defined and calculated, see the breakdown of GDP into its four major components, learn the distinction between real GDP and nominal GDP, consider whether GDP is a good measure of economic well-being.

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