disequilibrium

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disequilibrium

a loss or absence of equilibrium, esp in an economy
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She also said that it is an essential sector that contributes to achievement of sustainable development and economic equilibrium. I.Y.
Trade and currency wars are not to be welcomed in a world where the economic equilibrium is already fragile.
It is harmful in the sense that it renders the economic equilibrium that it has achieved fragile.
Forget inflation, the people numbers are enough to disturb the economic equilibrium.
There is extensive social cohesion within the European Union, as well as an economic equilibrium - compared to the lack of social mobility, extreme inequality, economic exploitation, proliferation of food banks and rich gated estates that exist within the Imperial British State.
They focus on the 2012 Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) Model Form International Operating Agreement and address differences between a civil law and common law system; the relationship between parties, with emphasis on partnership, agency, and fiduciary duties; the liabilities of the operator; default mechanisms and enforceability issues; exclusive operation; assignment and withdrawal of the agreement; force majeure; economic equilibrium; and host government instruments.
The committee will attempt to reach an amicable settlement between the parties of those agreements in a manner that achieves economic equilibrium between the parties, on the basis of applicable laws and the preservation of public funds.
The economic equilibrium we live should be regarded, above all, as a phishing equilibrium, in which small-time individual dishonesty can morph into something more systemically important when it is carried on by business organizations under intense competitive pressure.
In these seventeen chapters, Tieben mainly addresses three related issues: the meaning of economic equilibrium, the reason for its persistence and dominance in economic analysis, and its role in controversies among various schools of economic thought (pp.
Tieben's book begins with some introductory chapters which survey the various definitions of economic equilibrium and associated concepts, such as statics and dynamics, along with a study of the role and function of equilibrium from a methodological perspective (particularly with reference to what Tieben terms the 'neoclassical' equilibrium models).
He revealed that the priorities of the coming stage based on justice between the centre and state according to the criteria of sustainable and balanced development to select national and state projects of short and medium levels to remove the differences and to realize the desired economic equilibrium.
These policies, which have relied on deficit financing, generalized controls, and a disregard for basic economic equilibrium, have almost unavoidably resulted in major macroeconomic crises that have ended up hurting the poorer segments of society.

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