The economic organization of society

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  • An economic system must provide the incentives to do those things that alleviate scarcity—produce more and consume less.An economic system must provide the incentives to do those things that alleviate scarcity—produce more and consume less.

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  • The quality of dialogue with partner countries (government and civil society representatives) is a key to establishing effective development cooperation policies and to their successful implementation. Partnership, ownership of development processes by the target population, and strengthening of institutional and administrative capacity to effectively manage change, are principles which are now largely shared by all donors. Two issues are given emphasis in the EC’s develop- ment policy in this regard, namely: Role of civil society.

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  • Synchronization is the economic relations of mutual interaction of man and society are directly related to the production, exchange, distribution, consumer product goods and services, to satisfy increasing demand of people in a society with limited resources.Overall economic factors of production, the conditions of human life, the relationships in the process of production and social reproduction. Speaking ultimately the economy comes to the issue of ownership and interests.

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  • Estuaries are areas of high productivity, crucial in the life histories of many fish, invertebrates, and birds, for example, and the sustainability of estuarine biodiversity is vital to the ecological and economic health of coastal regions. On the other hand, estuarine ecosystems are exposed to toxic anthropogenic effluents transported by rivers from remote and nearby conurbations and industrial and agricultural concerns.

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  • The government is taking the lead by developing a management plan for the northeast region of Alberta. This plan will look beyond oil sands development on a project-by-project basis by addressing the cumulative effects of development. This approach enables responsible resource development that incorporates creative and innovative solutions to secure economic prosperity, while maintaining the province’s commitment to environmental protection and stewardship.

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  • A distinguishing feature of the water quality problem is that environmental damages— that is, the costs to society of pollution—are highly dependent on the location of pollution sources in the hydrological, social, and economic landscape. First, the demand for water quality varies from location to location. Some waterbodies are envisioned as pristine, where recreation and species support is the overriding concern.

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  • The Co-Operative Societies today are playing vital role in strengthening the National economy. It is hardly to be emphasized that the importance of the Co-operative movement in our country has greatly increased in regard to the upliftment of the economic condition of the people in general and the weaker section of the society in particular. Their sphere of activities has by now widened to a great extent. Besides arranging for credit facilities for agricultural purposes they are catering to the other needs of the society as well.

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  • The International Master’s Program in the Economics of Culture: Policy, Government and Management is organized by CEIS- Centre for Economic and International Studies, University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in cooperation with BAICR - Consortium of Cultural Institution. The Master's program offers a training course based on transmission of knowledge and experience targeted at a new social, economic and cultural context. It provides an overview of the "culture system", of management and design of products and cultural activities.

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  • Figures from the KIEA, combined and put another way, tell us this: While women make up more than 50 percent of the U.S. adult population, and about 46 percent of the civilian workforce, they account for only about 35 percent of the people who get involved in starting businesses. (This number agrees fairly closely with other figures, not shown in the table above, which find that of all privately held firms in the U.S, about 29 percent are ―women-owned‖ and another 12 percent are ―equally owned‖ by women and men.) So women lag at the...

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  • For government, the implications are two‐fold. First, there is a need for a reconsideration of  policy  settings  in  view  of  the  current  international  climate,  particularly  in  regard  to  immigration  policy  as  it  affects  higher  education.  Second,  government  needs  to  examine  options to meet the challenges presented by the current global and domestic circumstances  facing the sector, in view of government’s goals for higher education in general. ...

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  • This landmark World Health Organization publication aims to raise public and professional awareness of the real burden of mental disorders and their costs in human, social and economic terms. At the same time it intends to help dismantle many of those barriers - particularly of stigma, discrimination and inadequate services - which prevent many millions of people worldwide from receiving the treatment they need and deserve.

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  • The International Institute for Sustainable Development contributes to sustainable development by advancing policy recommendations on international trade and investment, economic policy, climate change, measurement and assessment, and natural resources management. Through the Internet, we report on international negotiations and share knowledge gained through collaborative projects with global partners, resulting in more rigorous research, capacity building in developing countries and better dialogue between North and South.

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  • The development of a legal apparatus for the protection of property rights has evolved in tandem with the evolution and expansion of industrial society. One aspect of this development has been the emergence of a legal apparatus for intellectual property protection – a notoriously vague and often intangible area, but one that nevertheless encompasses copyright, patent, and trademark law. This trend has seen not only the consolidation of intellectual property protection at the national level, but also the emer- gence of a transnational, and increasingly global apparatus.

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  • Ebook Ten principle of ecnomics is to understand how this invisible hand works its magic. As you study economics, you will learn that prices are the instrument with which the invisible hand directs economic activity. Prices reflect both the value of a good to society and the cost to society of making the good.

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  • The Industrial Revolution demonstrated the growing ability to organize and control the production of farms, mines, and factories. What had been relatively simple tasks became increasingly precise and elaborate systems. However with the growing complexity of economic and social life came a growing need to organize and manipulate the vast torrent of information produced by society. In the 19th century, pioneers such as Charles Babbage and Herman Hollerith designed and to some extent implemented mechanical systems for data processing.

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  • Business leaders are called to engage the contemporary economic and financial world in light of the principles of human dignity and the common good. This reflection offers business leaders, members of their institutions, and various stakeholders a set of practical principles that can guide them in their service of the common good. Among these principles, we recall the principle of meeting the needs of the world with goods which are truly good and which truly serve without forgetting, in a spirit of solidarity, the needs of the poor and the vulnerable; the...

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  • The extension of national accounts to cover economic natural assets and their services (incorporated into commodities) is important but cannot deliver a sufficiently complete vision of the interaction of people and nature. For example, an enterprise holding and managing a forest will know and care about trees and timber, but much less about 'non-timber forest values', or forest water regulating functions and micro-climate effects which may be highly important for other sectors of society and for biodiversity.

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  • Society can contribute to the establishment and growth of car-sharing by supporting it in various ways. This in turn can benefit society by reducing the negative effects of car traffic on the environment and by improving urban environments generally. The support provided should not be of economic character, since most car-sharing organizations today are on firm economic footing, having achieved this on their own.

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  • I began to think about crime in the 1960s after driving to Columbia University for an oral examination of a student in economic theory. I was late and had to decide quickly whether to put the car in a parking lot or risk getting a ticket for parking illegally on the street. I calculated the likelihood of getting a ticket, the size of the penalty, and the cost of putting the car in a lot. I decided it paid to take the risk and park on the street. (I did not get a ticket.)

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  • The 250 workshop participants included: (a) general managers and high-level staff of social funds; (b) representatives of central government institutions that oversee the operations of the funds; (c) representatives of municipal governments that interact with social funds in the selec- tion and implementation of subprojects and of their regional associations; (d) representatives of nongovernmental organizations and civil society organizations that work with social funds; (e) staff of the World Bank and of other multilateral and bilateral development agencies that fi- nance, design, an...

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