Implementing credible austerity plans constitutes the lesser evil, even if this aggravates the cyclical downturn in the short run
This leads into the primary purpose of the paper in Section III, where I incorporate adaptation and loss aversion (or endowment effect) into a simple diagram to demonstrate that the possibility of improving happiness, even in the short run
, with income transfers is more limited than commonly believed.
printing specializes in calendar printing, sports program printing and program printing.
While financial development is detrimental to trade openness in the short run
, it ultimately contributes to trade openness in the long run.
With the fast turnaround times now possible via the Hurco CNC milling and turning cell, short run
jobs are now a new profit center for Bryco Machine.
Different researchers conducted various studies to estimate the short run
and long run income and price elasticities of electricity demand.
can be defined as any run that, including the set-up and tear-down times, lasts less than 48 hours (this is not defined by number of parts, as cycle time and mold cavitation depends on many factors).
On the next ride of the short run
, Cross turned out a 91 - the second-best score of the weekend and, added to his long run tally of 80, one point shy of tying Helmuth.
"The Jetrion 4000's combination of image quality, speed and low production costs will make it possible for us to produce millions of short run
labels at great margins," said Bob Napierala, president of True Label.
In order to remain competitive in a global market, foundry management needs to consider the advantage of automating the finishing process and still maintain flexibility in handling short run
Ultimately, these measures are in the interest of both owners and tenants, but they cost us money in the short run