Loss of Christmas: Comment." American Economic Review, 88(5), 1998, 1350-5.
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.
In reality, it is impossible to fully eliminate deadweight
We first discuss the case of non-homogeneous consumers with a rectangularly (uniformly) distributed linear demand curve for which we derive the basic results of tax revenues, consumer surplus, and deadweight
Taxes, Organization Form and the Deadweight
Loss of the Corporate Income Tax, Journal of Public Economics, Vol.
Regardless of where the locus of monopoly might be housed, economists have been unanimous in their depiction of copyright as providing a monopoly deadweight
loss on the consumption side of this market.
Based on deadweight
tonnage, arrange the tanker categories in order from smallest to largest carrying capacity.
There are various ways to describe economic efficiency, but in discussions of tax policy, economic efficiency is commonly defined in terms of the deadweight
loss of taxation.
This essay examines an important way in which antitrust law still ignores the core reason that economists condemn monopoly and price fixing: deadweight
The uncertainty of the realization of force for the national deadweight
force standards at NIST is discussed, as well as the uncertainties associated with NIST's voltage-ratio measuring instruments and with the characteristics of transducers being calibrated.
The new ships (big, double-hulled boats in the Suezmax, Aframax, Panamax, Products and GLP classes) will add 3 million deadweight
tons to Transpetro's cargo transport capacity.
As far back as the early 1960s the iron ore carriers coming into this dock had a habit of pushing water out of the dock entrance and these were only 15,000 tonne deadweight
ships with, I believe, six feet either side.