what are the similarities of economic growth and development
both are economical changes or scaling up.
The stock market is characterised by non-uniform commodities (shares in different companies) each with a monopoly supplier. If anything it's an example of monopolistic competition, not perfect competition.
No, Net Amount is the amount before VAT is added. Once VAT is added it then becomes the Gross Amount. Net price is exclusive of VAT
one dime is Rs.4.70p.(10 CENTS)
people must learn new skills and learn to be selfemployed to counteract unemployment
There are two components of return. These are followings: 1. Yield 2. Capital Gain
Eradicate corruption. Eradicate extremist groups.
Transparency, safety and equality of freedom are necessary for the stability and consistency required to overcome poverty.
Traffic exchanges are an easy and affordable way to put eyeballs on your websites. You already know you can get great results from manual traffic exchanges like Soaring4Traffic and ProClickExchange. People sometimes ask me about "autosurfs" or auto traffic exchanges. I own manual exchanges, so I'm biased, I'll say that straight out, but here is my take on auto traffic exchanges.
Most people want to use autosurfs because less work is required to use them. Sites are rotated automatically on a fixed timer for your viewing pleasure. You don't have to click surf icons to view the next site and earn credit; your account is credited automatically with each new site. In fact, you don't even have to sit and watch the sites go by either. That's the big draw of autosurfs. You turn them on and forget them. Now, that can save the traffic exchange user some serious time. Turn on a few autosurfs, then concentrate on writing email copy, working on a new splash page or making a few phone calls. Advertise, earn advertising credits, and work all at the same time! Autosurfs are fantastic for multitasking. Or are they?
The main draw of using an autosurf is the automation of the site rotation. Why is automation attractive? It frees you up to do other things. If you are doing other things, you aren't viewing the sites. So you don't see the sites, big deal. You still earn credits, and that's what you need, so you can keep your site in rotation, right? What is the main goal of using a traffic exchange? Earning credits is important, but credits are useless if your sites rotate on computer screens that nobody is watching. You want to show your site to people who need your products and services, to people who will opt-in to your email list. If you aren't watching the sites rotate, who do you think would?
But hey, like I said, I'm biased, so put it to the test yourself. Track your results in the autosurfs. Compare the results to what you get in manual traffic exchanges. Heck, compare them to your results everywhere else you advertise. You should know what kind of return you get from your various promotional efforts.
Another great way for natural traffic is backlinking. Getting higher ranked in the search engines is great for increasing traffic. This is basically having your site added to other high pagerank websites to be crawled by search engines. The object is building links month to month, creating a higher chance you be found all over the web. Autosurfing is time consuming and your site is only seen by other people wanting you to see their website. Most with no interest in anyone elses promotions. HigherMyPageRank.som is my favorite backlink spot around. I highly suggest it!
Internal Linking is also one option to that. Reciprocal linking is now penalized by Google Penguin update. Getting links from pages High on there domain authority and also from the businesses in the same verticals as they are the preferred ones in terms of PR of ones home page.
Inflation is a necessary evil for the development of an economy. Inflation is unavoidable but it must be kept in control.
Inflation is NOT unavoidable. In fact, there have been several recent periods where deflation has occurred.
Inflation is generally a side-effect of a growth-based economy with a fiat currency. Inflation itself can be caused by several factors: a too-fast expansion of the money supply, fluctuation in consumer demand, and changes in supplies of goods or services.
While most people thing of inflation as "evil", the consensus of economists is that a small (<2-3%), consistent amount of inflation is actually "good" - it allows for adjustments in the labor market during small downturns, avoiding recessions, and it avoids a monetary liquidity problem which would cripple a central bank's ability to properly adjust the monetary supply.
In addition, moderate amounts of inflation (5-10%) can also serve a useful purpose: moderate inflation reduces debt loads (as debt fails to accumulate interest faster than inflation reduces the real value of the debt), and encourages spending rather than saving.
That said, without commensurate (or at least moderately similar) rise in income levels, inflation (of any kind) does lower the standard of living of the population.
Shared or Joint monopoly refers to anticompetitive behaviour by firms, normally an oligopoly, in order to secure monopoly profits for the firms as a group. Essentially, shared monopoly requires some form of collusion but stops short of being a formal cartel. It is therefore similar to tacit collusion. In a shared monopoly firms may not compete for the same customers and have instead local monopolies.
That depends on who it is redistributed to. If wealth were redistributed to individuals (say for example to make people's shares more equal), but remained privately owned and controlled by individuals, that would not be socialism. But if it were redistributed to collective ownership in any form, or retained in government ownership, or if its use were controlled by the government despite different assets nominally belonging privately to individuals that would be socialism.
Whether the USA needs socialism, and whether socialism goes against human nature, and whether redistributive change is counterproductive to the entire society are questions that are not related to which forms of redistribution are socialist.
NOTE: it is well worth paying close attention to the difference between a redistribution of wealth and a redistribution of income.
Mexico is the eleventh largest economy in the world, with a Gross Domestic Product of $2.41 trillion (2017). It is also considered an emerging market, with a GDP per capita of $19,500 (2017), on par to medium-income economies such as Iran ($20,000) or Lebanon ($19,500). Its GDP composition includes 64% towards services, 31.6% to industry and only 3.9% to agriculture.
Unlike other emerging markets, whose economies run on commodities, Mexico has a diversified, manufacturing and export-oriented economy, being an active rival of China for access to the North American, Eastern Asian and European markets. Its exports accounted for $407 billion, and its imports for $417 billion during 2016, setting Mexico as the 12th/13th largest exporter/importer in the world, respectively. The largest Mexican exports include crude machinery and equipment (37%), and motor vehicles and parts (25%), while the largest imports also include machinery and machine parts (39%), as well as motor vehicles and parts (10%).
Some of the largest challenges to Mexico's economic potential include market inefficiencies, corruption and security issues; especially those found in Mexico's southern region which still lags in terms of economic advancement and governance. For example, the state of Oaxaca has the health, education and income of the Sub-Saharan country of Botswana, while Mexico City, capital of the country, has the quality of life of Quebec in Canada, or Aragon in Spain (GDP Per capita: $34,223).
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Macroethics is a new domain of ethics formulated by analogy with macroeconomics. Rather than addressing the rationale and effects of individual actions, it considers effects of entire social systems of morality, with particular attention to moral ironies and externalities. Most of Western ethics is micro in its approach. Aristotle addresses some macroethical issues; as do Mencius and Confucius, Aquinas and some other Catholic thinkers. Recently there are several contributions in the area, including a systematic framework for doing macroethics in Gowri's The Irony of Insurance (PhD diss, USC 1997, proposes that private insurance tends to reduce risk pooling within communities).
The world's best macroethicist is Joseph Furtenbacher, who says he wishes someone equal or better would show up so he can cut back on his 16/7 work schedule...
Then you can understand about the economic nature. that mean you will be full
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Indian Mercantile law is primarily an adaptation of the English Law. The different Indian acts follow, to a considerable extent, the English mercantile law with some reservations and modifications necessitated by the peculiar conditions prevailing in India.
The enormous efficiency of specialization allows the intricate networking of trade among people and nations that we see today. very few of us produce a single furnished good; we make but the tiniest fraction or what we consume we might teach a small part of one college's curriculum, or empty coin from parking matter or separate the genetic material of fruiting files, in exchange of this specialized labor we still receive income adequate to buy goods from over the world.
Advantage economics engage in specialization and division of labor, which increases the productivity of their resources.
Explain what happens if the market price starts too high or too low? i belong to Pakistan so i definitely try to think about the specialization in agriculture because my country has 70% dependency on agriculture... cost of production of agriculture products are far less than other countries... so my area will be agriculture.
the perils of specialization are its disadvantages... in some cases monopolies generated through this type of specialization.
strategic mgt audit is a technique of measuing the orgnisation 's performence
Sorry to say but the above answer is completely misleading and incorrect. The major functions of accounting are
1. recording business transaction
2. Classifying and summarizing business transactions in a meaningful manner
3. Analysing and interpreting data in order to retrieve meaningful information.
4. Communicating the information to the relevant stakeholders
So how much is a human life worth? According to research by Stanford economists, a year of human life is worth about $129,000. Wolfram Alpha tells us that the average age of a person named Brad is 35 years, and that the average life expectancy for a human male (worldwide) is about 69 years. Assuming that procuring a loaf of Brad involves cutting down a Brad in his prime, we would be depriving him of 34 years of life - a value of $4,386,000.
Next we must decide if a "loaf" is a unit of volume, or a unit of weight. In the UK, government regulation defines a loaf by weight: 400 grams is a "small" loaf, and 800 grams is a "large" loaf. So let's go with weight, and let's split the difference and assume that we want a medium sized loaf of Brad... that's 600 grams, or about 1.3 pounds.
Since the average weight of a human male is 166 pounds (according to Wolfram Alpha), we can assume that Brad should sell for about $26,421 per pound - which, using our previous loaf weight of 1.3 pounds, sets the price for a loaf of Brad in 2010 at $34,348.
Finally, inflation must be factored in. According to an inflation calculator at westegg.com, what cost $34,348 in 2009 would have cost $8,710.72 in 1975.
Thus, it is safe to say that a loaf of Brad in 1975 could be purchased for $8,710.72.
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Brad - in 1975 - was a rarity in Ireland, and research in the vaults of the Natural History Museum, cross-referenced with the data from the Irish maternity hospitals, show that a loaf of baby-Brad was retailing at £459.25.
However, as the questioner has not specified if the Brad in question is an adult or a child, we need to cross-reference again, this time with the League of Irish Undertakers. Their files tell us that - at death - the average Brad cost £2,749.37.
Therefore, the answer to the question depends on how mature the Brad in question is required to be. The maturity/price is a sliding scale.
This answer - obviously - only applies to Irish Brads.
When Ireland joined the European Monetary Union, it became illegal to trade in male humans for fun or profit.
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