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  • ... ones; it is compatible with [[full employment]]. (It is sometimes called "search unemployment" and is seen as largely voluntary.) It arises because either e ...s a small percentage of the unemployment, however, since workers can often search for new jobs while employed—and employers can seek new employees befo
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  • {{Infobox Non-profit | Non-profit_name = Creative Commons
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  • ...opium consumption within her border, saw no problem exporting the drug for profit. The Opium Wars and the unequal treaties signed afterwards led in part to t ...rops). The product was then sold at auctions in [[Calcutta]], often with a profit of 400 percent.
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  • into a new or existing [[market]], whether for a [[profit]] or not-for-profit outcome. [[Business]] entrepreneurs often have strong beliefs about a marke ...ent]] on land, and [[wages]] to laborers, and what remains is his or her [[profit]].
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  • ...roup-members who don’t contribute to the provision of goods from sharing profits gives rise to the possibility that rational members will prefer to withhol According to Best,<ref>D. Best, 2006. [http://www.
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  • ...nizer whose epochal voyage west across the [[Atlantic Ocean]], in 1492, in search of a direct sea route to the Indies, established permanent European contact ... enabled [[Portuguese]] explorers to venture down the African coastline in search of a sea route to India. By the mid-fifteenth century, the historic barrier
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  • ...e of price differentials for [[profit]]. This is also known as a "riskless profit." ...y of forms. Arbitrage is not illegal, although the temptation to make easy profit has led some to use confidential information about forthcoming situations f
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  • ...the chief port of [[Java]], and back (1595&ndash;1597), which became quite profitable. ...herlands the following year, but with enough spices to make a considerable profit.
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  • ...or archiving [[academic journal]]s, founded in 1995. It provides full-text searches of [[Digitizing|digitized]] back issues of several hundred well-known jou ...w W. Mellon Foundation]], but is now an independent, self-sustaining [[non-profit organization]] with offices in [[New York City]] and [[Ann Arbor]], [[Michi
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  • ...ns can gain competitive advantage over companies that invest more of their profits for conservation and helping the local communities. ...ckley, "Research note: A framework for ecotourism, " ''Annals of Tourism Research'' 21(1994), issue 3:661–669. </ref> The tourist industry and governments,
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  • ...guiding moral imperative. Competition would emerge and serve as a check to profiteering and unfair pricing. Smith made compelling arguments for the free mark ...e more land use, increasing food production costs and therefore decreasing profits. The fourth alternative was that technology advanced faster than populatio
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  • ...l value of their labour, in order to enable the capitalist class to turn a profit. ... but the ownership of ''productive'' property or property which produces a profit for the owner, such as corporate ownership, share ownership, land ownership
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  • ...cant finds. His work inspired other trained archaeologists to continue the search for people and places recorded only in [[myth]] and [[legend]], and brought ... genius for language and a business acumen that permitted him to establish profitable businesses--in California during the Gold Rush days and later in Russia
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  • ...the enterprise of slave trade and human trafficking is found in the huge [[profit]]s that derive from the use of power over vulnerable and/or weaker populati "Research based on case studies of victims of trafficking in 3 EU Member States, i.e.
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  • ...ompson would make money from his writing. The gang demanded a share of the profits and Thompson ended up with a savage beating, or '[[stomp (strike)|stomping ...n trail and attend the [[1968 Democratic Convention]] in [[Chicago]] for research purposes. From his hotel room in Chicago, Thompson watched the clashes betw
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  • revenue = {{profit}} US$ 291.438 Billion ''(2007)''|>ZenoBank, [ Company Profile for BP PLC (BP).] Retrieved October 10, 2008.</ref>|
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  • ...d to raise wheat instead of sheep and employ more labor than he would find profitable."<ref name = "McGann-p30">Herbert Kitschelt, Anthony J. McGann. ''The R ...rprise, because "the State pays for the blunders of private enterprise…. Profit is private and individual. Loss is public and social."<ref>Gaetano Salvemin
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  • ...ntified five major types: academic, for profit (business), government, non profit, and other. <ref>Victoria Irons Walch, 2006. Archival Census and Education ...uate students and those wishing to view rare or historical documents for research purposes. Many academic archives work closely with [[alumni]] relations to
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  • ...s capitalism and what are its key features? (The answer is: companies, the profit motive, competition, and private property.) What are the ethical justificat ...e, is that business has other social obligations in addition to pursuit of profits. The main reason in favor of the broad view is that, as a matter of fact,
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  • ...8)''<ref name=zenobank>[ Company Profile for Wal-Mart Stores Inc (WMT)]. ''zenobank''. accessdate 20 |revenue = {{profit}} [[United States dollar|US$]] 387.69 Billion ''(2007)''<ref name="yahoo_fi
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