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One of the sub-topic of business growth

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    Economies of scale is also known as...

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    A health technology assessment can examine the consequences of applying a health technology with regard to: Please select from the following:

Development economics is a branch of economics which deals with economic aspects of the development process in low income countries. Study development economy in a fun way in this quiz and get your results at the end of the...

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    T or F: When measuring income inequality, the source, location and occupation are considered

Having stability in a business or governmental setting is important. Knowledge of the three pillars of sustainability comes in handy while planning for the now and the future. That is social, environmental, and economic...

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    What is economic sustainability?

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    Directions (Q. 1 – 5): The passage given below is followed by a set of five questions. Choose the most appropriate answer to each question. During the 1960’s and 1970’s the primary economic development strategy of local governments in the United States was to attract manufacturing industries. Unfortunately, this strategy was usually implemented at another community’s expense: many manufacturing facilities were lured away from their moorings elsewhere through tax incentive and slick promotional efforts. Through the transfer to jobs and related revenues that resulted from this practice, one town’s triumph could become another town’s tragedy. In the 1980’s the strategy shifted from this zero-sum game to one called “high-technology development,” in which local governments competed to attract newly formed high-technology manufacturing firms. Although this approach was preferable to victimizing other geographical areas by taking their jobs, it also had its shortcomings: high-tech manufacturing firms employ only a specially trained fraction of the manufacturing workforce, and there simply are not enough high-tech firms to satisfy all geographic areas. Recently, local governments have increasingly come to recognize the advantages of yet a third strategy: the promotion of homegrown small businesses. Small indigenous businesses are created by a nearly ubiquitous resource, local entrepreneurs. With roots in their communities, these individuals are less likely to be enticed away by incentives offered by another community. Indigenous industry and talent are kept at home, creating an environment that both provides jobs and fosters further entrepreneurship. Question: The primary purpose of the passage is to

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