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market economy

an economic system in which production and allocation are determined mainly by decisions in competitive markets, rather than controlled by the STATE.
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That's the free market economics that have given us cancelled Ryanair flights, rip-off power prices and broadband charges to make an Opec oil cartel blush.
If British voters were more attentive to the immorality of these superficial gurus, they would be less easily confused by such a version of market economics.
Based in New York, the new role is in addition to his current responsibilities as global head of Market Economics. With the new role, Paul will report to BNP Paribas Group chief economist William De Vijlder, and locally to Bob Hawley, head of Fixed Income Americas.
| TOKYO, Mar 24 (KUNA) -- China's manufacturing activity growth fell to an eight-month low in March as its economic growth momentum continued to slow down, preliminary results of a business survey by Market Economics and HSBC Ltd.
An introduction contextualizes and summarizes the contributions, which are organized into categories of agricultural market economics, environmental economics methodology, emissions trading, and energy economics analysis.
He has implemented this philosophy in corporate, government, and non-profit organizations through the careful design of culture, organizational structure, and internal market economics.
In "Internal Market Economics: Practical Resource-Governance Processes Based On Principles We All Believe In", successful entrepreneur and businessman N.
In "Internal Market Economics: Practical Resource-Governance Processes Based On Principles We All Believe In", author Dean Meyer draws upon his years of experience and expertise to deftly write a compelling 396 page compendium on just how entrepreneurs and managers can utilize market economic concepts to advance their organizational goals and strategies through the judicious application of basic principles with respect to governance and decision making.
Depending on Walvis Bay port's capacity, ongoing exploration success and overall market economics, the project could ultimately be expanded to around 7.5 million tonnes per annum of magnetite product.
Even I'm not stupid enough to argue that a Lada or a Trabant is better than a Nissan, but introducing free market economics to situations where there can never be a free market is as stupid as nationalising car production.
We did not have such a rapid rise in recent years," said Desislava Nikolova, chief economist at Institute for Market Economics.
You could argue it lays the foundations for civilised economics in a globalised world and while not denying market economics, it resists the notion that it should be governed by its own laws with no moral constraints.