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productive

Economics
a. producing or capable of producing goods and services that have monetary or exchange value
b. of or relating to such production
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"We have been incredibly encouraged by both the buy-in to this initiative by both athletes and coaches, but also the productiveness of each of the camps to date.
Oh, and I should mention the OVF's Productiveness Program,
This difference has a massive impact on the students' willingness to be active participants in their education and therefore their educational outcomes and productiveness in society.
where [N.sub.SP]--number of stuff supplied projects at IEA sphere; [N.sub.T]--total number of projects at the enterprise; differential of work productiveness growth rate and average wages ratio (Savitskaia, 2002):
Determining the cost and productiveness of the troops in Afghanistan, the businessman turned President of the United States is now interested in withdrawing those troops from this costly war.
"The first reason for the intense cultural productiveness found in little states lies thus in the fact that the absence of power will almost invariably turn rulers who might otherwise have become common arsonists and aggressors into patrons of learning and the arts." A second reason is that a small state loots and interferes less in individuals' lives, leaving them more "time and leisure without which no great art could be developed."The third reason is the intellectual sterility of a large state, as much of its energies must be devoted to maintaining itself.
To understand the magnitude of the posited growth, it is necessary to focus on the first and second fundamental principles set forth above, and to consider the growth and distributive implications that flow from the difference between the widely understood concept of "productivity" and the less widely understood concept of productiveness. (111)
2) You must have heard of people making resolutions - like getting rid of a bad habit of taking up a new hobby - on New Year's Eve that they intend on following through for the rest of the upcoming year; but did you know the ancient Persians gave gifts of eggs on the eve, which symbolized productiveness.
'Water is more valuable than land, because when water is applied to land it increases its productiveness at least six-fold', Mr.
Four-day workweeks are proven to provide health benefits to employees and increase overall productiveness.
The productiveness of a website is determined by how well it addresses the needs and requirements of that particular business it is representing.