1 edition of Economics, efficiency and management found in the catalog.
Economics, efficiency and management
|Statement||by James Bates.|
|Series||Queen"s University of Belfast, new lecture series -- no.31|
|Contributions||Marjory Boyd (Belfast),|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Economics and Ecosystems demonstrates how the concepts of economic efficiency, sustainability and equity can be applied in ecosystem by: Principles of Management Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Private and Public Sector the authors show the relationship between management and economics and within this framework present the key areas of management activity.
The book explains the connections between these areas and provides tools and instruments for successful management. Decentralized management: Achieving economic efficiency within an organization. (1). If there is a competitive market for an item, the transfe price (i.e., a price charged for the sale of an item within an organization) should be set equal to the market price.
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Economics, in efficiency and management book and organizational analysis, a measure of the input a system requires to achieve a specified output.A system that uses few resources to achieve its goals is efficient, in contrast to one that wastes much of its input.
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Using a conceptual background that is supported by extensive fieldwork and empirical observations, such as the analysis of flows, ports and the strategies. In microeconomics, economic efficiency is, roughly speaking, a situation in which nothing can be improved without something else being hurt.
Depending on the context, it is usually one of the following two related concepts: Allocative or Pareto efficiency: any changes made to assist one person would harm another.; Productive efficiency: no additional output of one good can be obtained without.
modern economics" and author of the famous book "An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations", spawned the discipline of economics by. economy, to achieve efficiency, must decide what combination of goods and services can be produced.
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Get this from a library. Economics, efficiency and management: an inaugural lecture delivered before The Queen's University of Belfast on 23 February [James A Bates]. A key point to understand is the idea that economic efficiency occurs "when the cost of producing a given output is as low as possible".
There's a hidden assumption here, and that is the assumption that all else being equal.A change that lowers the quality of the good while at the same time lowers the cost of production does not increase economic efficiency.
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• This kind of economy also fares poorly in terms of economic efficiency. As was the case with the Soviet Union, central planners erred greatly in terms of what society needed.
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