4 edition of Variety, equity, and efficiency found in the catalog.
Variety, equity, and efficiency
|Other titles||Product variety in an industrial society.|
|Series||Columbia studies in economics|
|LC Classifications||HC79.D6 L36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 373 p. :|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||78024616|
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This book addresses poverty and well-being, equity, and efficiency in selected African countries. The chapters focus on three main topics: studies in the measurement and analysis of well-being and vulnerability to poverty, women's empowerment, and the dynamics and determinants of income and efficiency among smallholders.
As a society, we may decide we want to alter these outcomes in a way that seems more equitable, but such changes typically come at the cost of efficiency.
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And this new edition includes "Further Thoughts on Equality and Efficiency," a paper published by. Equality and Efficiency is the perfect embodiment of that legacy, valued both by professional economists and those readers with a keen interest in social policy.
This book aims precisely to fill this gap by discussing new approaches in understanding the role of efficiency and equity concerns in competition law. Reviews 'This new book entitled Reconciling Efficiency and Equity by Damien Gerard and Ioannis Lianos is a most welcome publication from Cambridge University Press (CUP).
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There is a subfield of economics called “ welfare economics A subfield of economics that focuses on evaluating the performance of markets. ” that focuses on evaluating the performance of markets. Two of the criteria used to assess markets are efficiency and equity. Efficiency is a shortened reference to what economists call Pareto efficiency The outcome of a set.
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similar efficiency (or equity) results but with dif-ferent side effects on equity (or efficiency) and on other metaeconomic variables and values. Four recent books 5 deal with the elusive subject of welfare with an uneven emphasis on its eco-nomic aspects.
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Synopsis This book addresses poverty and well-being, equity, and efficiency in selected African countries. The chapters focus on three main topics: studies in the measurement and analysis of well-being and vulnerability to poverty, women's empowerment, and the dynamics and determinants of income and efficiency among smallholders.
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They create distances for all and shrink them for only a few. A new Missing: Variety. Economics- Market efficiency & Equity. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Pdf. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. charlotte_cox Terms in this set (18) Market Efficiency. A market is said to be efficient if the allocation of resources maximises total surplus.
Equity. Edward Elgar just published the new book "Accessibility, Equity and Efficiency" within the NECTAR series on Transportation and Communications Networks Research, edited by Roberto Patuelli, Tomaz.a.
efficiency refers to ebook size of the economic pie, equity refers to how the pie is divided. b. government ebook usually improve upon both equity and efficiency c. as long as the economic pie continually gets larger, no one will have to go hungry. d. efficiency and equity can both be achieved if the economic pie is cut into equal pieces.