Loss of Diwali," MPRA Working Paper, 2006.
Second, within the crop-producing sector, a necessary condition for large deadweight
losses is for farmers to significantly alter the mix of crops as a result of the incentives provided by the programs.
But it is very probable that these projects are projects with the highest deadweight
A field deadweight
tester must be perfectly level in order to deliver an accurate reading.
Now that we have determined the maximum possible tax revenue for the case of the rectangularly distributed demand functions, we proceed to determine the associated deadweight
In such a world, the deadweight
losses associated with copyright no longer apply.
He could have asked: Can tax rules reasonably be designed to reduce the deadweight
loss from tax planning?
Part I provides a brief overview of basic economics and the concept of deadweight
These machines were constructed about the year 1965, becoming operational following the completion of the deadweight
mass determinations in 1966.
Aframax: a petroleum tanker with capacity of between 75,000 and 120,000 deadweight
These tankers will be phased out according to the following timetable:* category 1 vessels (oil tankers of 20,000 tonnes deadweight
and above carrying crude as cargo, and of 30,000 tonnes deadweight
and above carrying petroleum products which do not comply with the requirements for protectively located segregated ballast tanks): phase-out in 2005 or in 2007 at the latest if they pass a tighter inspection scheme (CAS- Condition Assessment Scheme);* category 2 vessels (the same as category one but they do comply with the protectively located segregated ballast tank requirements): phase-out in 2010 or 2015 at the latest under the CAS;* category 3 vessels (single-hull tankers of 5,000 tonnes deadweight
and above but less than the tonnage specified for Category 1 and 2): phase-out in 2015.
It is 950 feet long and has a displacement of 58,000 deadweight