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short run

[′shȯrt ′rən]
(metallurgy)
Pertaining to a mold or casting filled only partially with molten metal.
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This leads into the primary purpose of the paper in Section III, where I incorporate adaptation and loss aversion (or endowment effect) into a simple diagram to demonstrate that the possibility of improving happiness, even in the short run, with income transfers is more limited than commonly believed.
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The findings suggest that while unexpected inflation has a positive impact on real stock returns in the short run, it tends to affect real stock returns in a negative way in the long run.
Once the challenge is better understood, it is easy to see why it pays to find a molding partner who specializes in short run to make low-volume parts, rather than continuing to rely on a standard molder.
In the short run, the elasticity of supply measures the increase in occupancy associated with a 1% increase in rents.
Thus, the Federal Reserve does influence the market rate in the short run.
In the short run, the shift from double declining balance to 150% declining balance for short-lived equipment reduces deductions.
In particular, history suggests that attempts to stimulate economic activity in the short run without regard to the possible inflationary consequences result eventually in higher inflation and the depressing corrective actions that I mentioned earlier.
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So when this opportunity came up to help us do our short runs, and it required no plates, we jumped at the chance to turn our outdated flexo press into a profitable and flexible, short run, four-color process digital printing workhorse.
The purpose of this paper is to point out a common oversimplification in the principles of economics course, involving one of the most basic concepts that we teach: the distinction between short run and long run in the theory of the firm.