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Abstract Any system of economies that can be stated in terms of a principle product and a currency that denominates this product cannot be stable and efficient since the risk cannot be “diversified away.” Rather, a system of economies can only be stable and efficient if the value of one of the currencies necessarily opposes the critically constrained product and its currency.
UVA-WISE The East Asian Financial Crisis Panic, Failed Policies, and Foreign Influence Gabriel Hawkins 12/12/2014 This paper examines the causes of the East Asian Financial crisis, demonstrating that the failures of capitalism and the quasi-liberalized economies of the countries affected were not significant enough to result in the economic crisis that followed.
Economies of scale are achieved;
Economies of Scale, Density and Scope An important factor determining the cost per unit of providing postal services is the way that costs change when output changes.
the usedup goods, the devastation of parts of the country, the loss of manpower, these are the real costs of war to the economies.… Like a huge conflagration the war has devoured a huge part of our national wealth, the economy has become poorer.
To expose to Israeli companies, entrepreneurs and investors the range of business opportunities in Poland, in order to encourage cooperation, business relations and investments in Poland, which is one of Europe's leading economies.
Measurement becomes more complex in many emerging and frontier economies, as data are often incomplete or missing entirely.
The main reasons that I point to are that the world economies are slowing and the stock markets are falling, like our own.
The average across the economies of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - a club of mostly rich nations - was over 34%.
We believe emerging markets in Asia and Africa offer better growth opportunities supported by high single digit growth in their economies in real terms.
One time, during Mises's seminar at New York University, I asked him whether, considering the broad spectrum of economies from a purely free market economy to pure totalitarianism, he could single out one criterion according to which he could say that an economy was essentially "socialist"