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Presentation of lectures on the distance education MBAC 1002 course on Managerial Economics (Directorate of Distance Education, Pondicherry University): March 05 to 27, 2022
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Report cards not only attest to students' academic performance in a program, but they also contain several valuable insights. The study was based on the analysis of information readily available on the report cards of MBA Ist semester students. Report cards of 1301 students enrolled in Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, India (Asia's largest...
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It is increasingly being recognized that teaching principles of economics helps business administration students better understand the economic forces that helps in taking effective decisions in the real time business practices and also helps in developing and strengthening the overall analytical talent of students to solve present and future b...
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Nowadays, undergraduate programmes are accessible to most people in Ghana and the world at large. Most of these undergraduate programmes required their students to take economics at level 100 and 200. This fundamental requirement is to prepare them for their various field of study which may require them to take one or more of the following; manager...
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In this Special Issue, we focus on the impact of the platform economy on the roles of users, service operators, decision-makers and policymakers, all of which bring to the fore the context of platform governance. The goal of this special issue is to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration to identify new theoretical and empirical perspectives on...
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Annual Conference of the IUFRO Research Group 4.05.00 Managerial Economics and Accounting and its subgroups Book of Extended Abstracts Editor: Kateřina Holušová October 4-6th 2021 On-line, Brno, Czech Republic
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Which conditions treated by neurosurgeons cause the worst economic hardship in low middle-income in countries? How can public health financing be responsive to the inequities in the delivery of neurosurgical care? This review article frames the objectives of equity, quality, and efficiency in health financing to the goals of global neurosurgery. In...
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The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between developing managers and managerial economics. This study examines the contributions of managerial economics to developing managers. Current study deals with a complete critical analysis of theoretical overview based on journals, books, and other sources. Managerial performance, skil...
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The article is devoted to the issue of applying the Essential Facilities Doctrine to big data for the purpose of antitrust regulation of digital markets. The concept of big data is revealed, which currently does not have a normative legal fixation in the legislation of the Russian Federation. The article identifies the difference between big data a...
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A change in hospital has been realized. The fact and the hospital history show that there has been a system change based on humanity to a business institution with a social mission. In this case, hospital manager, besides being able to understand economics, recommends to apply business principles. It is important to understand the managerial econom...
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Which conditions treated by neurosurgeons cause the worst economic hardship among patients in low- and middle-income countries? Might a responsive health financing be the solution to the inequities in the delivery of neurosurgical care? In this review article, we attempt to answer these questions that are relevant to global neurosurgery. Based on t...
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Supply and demand are amongst the essential requirements before starting up a business. Understanding the quantity of a commodity wished to be sold by producers based on different prices and the item needed by consumers wish purchasing is essential in coming up with ideas. Based on the understanding of this and background research on costs in healt...
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MSRD is a refereed international journal the purpose of which is to present manuscripts that are concerned with case studies, empirical and descriptive policy making and prescriptive works that are linked to actual problems revenant to the Middle East and the Mediterranean countries. The journal encourages submission of both theoretical and applied...
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This study analyzes the modern paradigm of public administration and identification of trends in economic efficiency of public administration in modern conditions and the impact of certain managerial, economic, legal, institutional, political factors on it. Research methods are as follows: comparison, generalization, statistical-analytical method,...
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Pricing Strategies are crucial determinants of business success in terms of sales revenue and profitability. This article introduces some key concepts in managerial economics such as price bundling that have significant applications in sophisticated business pricing. The concepts are illustrated separately through detailed theory explanation with g...
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The article analyzes the experiences determined by biographical circumstances that encourage individuals to choose the profession of a teacher in the pursuit of their vocation. Based on people’s biographies, it can be argued that many separate stages of human life, viewed as a whole, provide a meaningful context that can help understand the phenome...
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The term “Entreprenomics” is coined to represent an established knowledge of Entrepreneurship and Economic practice packaged for students’ studies and industrial experimentation. The coined term ‘Entreprenomics’ represents a proposed scholastic field designed to be a component of applied managerial economics and Advanced Industrial Entrepreneurship...
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We discuss the key factors affecting the environmental and economic sustainability of specially protected natural areas (SPNA). Those are: regulatory and legislative; managerial; economic; environmental; and scientific and educational factors. We carried out an analysis of the factors to establish the main prerequisites and problems of assessing th...
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We introduce an agent-based model of delegation relationships between a principal and an agent, which is based on the standard-hidden action model introduced by Holmström and, by doing so, provide a model which can be used to further explore theoretical topics in managerial economics, such as the efficiency of incentive mechanisms. We employ the co...
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We introduce an agent-based model of delegation relationships between a principal and an agent, which is based on the standard-hidden action model introduced by Holmström and, by doing so, provide a model which can be used to further explore theoretical topics in managerial economics, such as the efficiency of incentive mechanisms. We employ the co...
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This systematic literature review critically analyzes studies on the determinants of short selling and the implications for information distribution, real economic decisions, financial reporting, and external auditing. We select and review studies within a research framework, identifying two of the most important areas in the literature: short sell...
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Current research into video game business management is sparse. What research does exist focuses on the creative process of video game development; however the business side can longer be neglected, with individual game development project budgets in excess of US $100 million in some cases. Business management decisions are made by publishers and d...
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This paper examines economic and other developments affecting the Maine lobster industry over the past decade and one-half. Special emphasis is given to the effect of recent tariffs imposed by China and the European Economic Union, in addition to what has mostly been (so far) favorable climate change. Specific questions raised and answered pertain...
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The Master of Business Administration (MBA or M.B.A.) degree originated in the United States in the early 20th century when the country industrialized and companies sought scientific management.[1] The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business administration such as accounting, applied statistics, human resources, business comm...
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A new direction of scientific research related to outlining a new segment of the shadow economics is discussed: the shadow economics in the domain of information and communication technologies or the shadow digital economics. The task is to form a scientific understanding of the main trends, directions and prospects of the development of the global...
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Although online business degrees and student enrollments have increased, course quality and outcomes remain a challenge. We designed a collaborative learning activity at a large public university involving student-produced materials in an online managerial economics class. The activity included two parts: student production of a problem-solving vid...
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Some moments in the history of the formation of the concept and the modern components of the mechanism of industrial corporations sustainable development, which comprehensively combines the managerial, economic, social and environmental aspects have been presented in the paper. The experience of disclosing information in the field of sustainable de...
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This volume gathers selected peer-reviewed papers presented at the XXVI International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IJCIEOM), held on July 8-11, 2020 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The respective chapters address a range of timely topics in industrial engineering, including operations and process management, glob...
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Introduction Urban studies have often investigated phenomena through quantitative approaches. They have just studied the urban phenomena solely, and their relationships with the subjects have been discounted. That is while urban, and its phenomena usually have different layers which cannot be understood only through quantitative approaches. Because...
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well, executive management is a strategic interaction to our level of knowledge of management, level of information science, and managerial economics conventional to the corporate social responsibility and social performance responsibility in improving the formation and performance of profitability based on efficient utilization of information and...
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the dimensions of brand impact on sports, economic and professional experts, managers and experts in Kermanshah province. Method: This is a descriptive-survey research. The statistical population consisted of 120 experts, managers and experts in sport and economic in Kermanshah province who were...
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Theoretical basis This descriptive case study applies economic concepts to an issue of public policy, and helps build students’ critical thinking, analytical and quantitative skills. The case addresses a variety of topics typically taught in microeconomics and public economics courses. Topics most prominently represented in the case include elastic...
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This paper reviews foreign methods for assessing an organizational climate, i.e. a complex of organizational, managerial, economic, socio-psychological, and other conditions. Organizational climate affects staff creativity and organizational innovation. The authors propose methods and tools for assessing the creative and innovative climate of Russi...
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Urbanization bubble is a new concept in urban planning issues for examining sustainability at various levels of social, economic, environmental, and management. So far, no common definition provided for urbanization bubble that indicate a lack of research in this field. This research aimed at assessing futures studies of urbanization bubble in Tehr...
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Demand is one of most important aspect of managerial economics since a firm would not be survive if a sufficient demand for its product did not exist. This chapter analyzes the factors that determine of spesific goods that consumers wil purchases in a particular market or from individual firm or group of firms.
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The electric industry became an international business since the first commercial ventures started to use it for lighting and power. Back then, the industry resorted to any business model available to investing abroad: free-standing companies, multinational investment by manufacturing firms of electricity equipment, investment trusts, or consortia...
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Introduction: Using intelligent systems in the health system, especially artificial intelligence systems, is increasing and becoming more important. Therefore, the health system staff should choose strategies to increase their ability to use intelligent systems in the health system and to solve their challenges. The purpose of this study is to inve...
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Introduction. Innovative development is an integral and active part of all spheres of life of a society and, in particular, the enterprise as its primary link. The importance of innovation development for enterprises can not be overemphasized: only through innovation can the competitiveness of products be ensured both on the domestic and on the wor...
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Chapter Six- Managerial Economics pages 130-156 explains the scope of managerial economics (operational issues and environmental issues); gap between theory and practice; GDP; methods of calculating GDP; GNP; fiscal policy; monetary policy; inflation; unemployment; the Philips curve; consumer price index; classical and Keynesian economical models;...
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This paper analyzes the cost asymmetry through managerial expectations in a nonlinear regression function. Two development determinants, asymmetry co-integration and managerial expectations are also considered. The results revealed that managerial expectation had an impact on the wholesale cost asymmetry response. The managerial optimism is pronoun...
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Managerial Economics: Concepts and Tools is intended as a textbook for Managerial Economics courses in Business and Management postgraduate progammes. It can also be used by practicing managers interested in learning how economic concepts could be utilized in their decision making. In a simple and easy to understand manner, the book explains how se...
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Mergers and Acquisitions Training, M and A Course is reply to the present most imperative focused instruments utilized by partnerships in a quickly changing worldwide business landscape. Learn Merger and Acquisition with recreation process from end-to-end. Learn about integrating organizations from a holistic view including: Valuation Negotiat...
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The finacial crysis of 2008 is presented from an Economical perspective, with the main focus set on Spain, Ireland, Greece and The Netherlands. The paper dives into causes, effects and lessons learned.
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Urbanization bubble is a new topic in urban planning issues for examining sustainability at various levels of social, economic, environmental, and management. Until now, a common definition of urban bubbles has not been presented, indicating that there are not many studies in this area. This research was aimed at considering the future situation of...
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In this paper we discuss the relevance of the concept of Antifragility, introduced by Nassim Taleb, to the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ). As defined, “Antifragility is a property of systems that increase in capability, resilience, or robustness as a result of stressors, shocks, volatility, noise, mistakes, faults, attacks, or failures....
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The application of the theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ) to face complex problems in the current scientific and industrial environment is an active research field. The TRIZ capacity to produce valuable technological solutions is an attractive resource to impel the innovation process and technical performance. The intensification of the res...
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Poor performance of irrigation networks necessitates their improvement. One of the measures for performance improvement is application of automatic systems such as hydro-mechanical gates. The decision-making process for application of automatic systems is a complicated task. Reasons for this complexity are the wide range of existing technologies to...
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We use microeconomic analysis, elementary game theory and simulation-based inference to derive optimal pricing strategies under five different regimes of price discrimination. Using principles of quasilinear utility, we present the three classic degrees of price discrimination and two more recent variants: intertemporal price discrimination and pri...
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Aim of this work is to shed light on sustainable value and develop a model, based on vSa and translated at applicative level through the system dynamics methodology, and through which it will be possible, once contextualized, to simulate the behaviours of business organizations interested in measuring sustainable value. According to the above-menti...
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Introduction Allocate fixed resources among competing users is a challenge in terms of hospital management in order to obtain the best performance considering strategic objectives. In order to address this need, a system of evaluation in an important research and teaching hospital was designed. This study describes resource allocation criteria in a...
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Purpose: Based on a review of recent literature, this paper presents the association between tax planning and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Four dimensions of CSR were applied for this study: managerial, economic, social, and environmental. The study verifies the relation between CSR and tax planning in the aforementioned dimensions. Desig...
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Over the past few years, Japanese agricultural holdings have been facing challenging conditions in terms of fluctuating food demand as well as a decline in food prices. This paper clarifies managerial survivability from two standpoints: temporary and permanent, applying two analytical methods. First, we employ ʻExpense-income analysisʼ to investiga...
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Lecture, Managerial economics and business strategy in forest industry -course, University of Helsinki, 16 February 2017
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Research and Development Station for Cattle Arad is a public institution of national interest and its main activity is research and development in biotechnology and livestock breeding. The purpose of this paper is to analyze and improve through recommendations, the management applied on the livestock-breeding farm from the station. We are showing a...
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In order to develop an integrated multimodal transportation, freight shippers and carriers, operators of multimodal transport in particular, must create and develop business strategies bringing together managerial, economic, technological and human resources. Additional investments are expensive for the companies, especially in the areas where quic...
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This case study focuses on e-commerce price-setting practices and provides an opportunity to review the underlying principles of price discrimination as well as other pricing strategies. Its instructional value extends beyond its focus on the growing specialty tea market. The case is designed to address a number of learning outcomes in a managerial...
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This teaching case study focuses on e-commerce price-setting practices and provides an opportunity to review the underlying principles of price discrimination as well as other pricing strategies. Its instructional value extends beyond its focus on the growing specialty tea market. The case is designed to address a number of learning outcomes in a m...
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Work presented at the International IUFRO Symposium - Advances and Challenges in Managerial Economics and Accounting - IUFRO Unit 4.05.00 – Managerial economics and accounting in Vienna. Overview on the planned expenditure for forestry measures in the next RD programming period 2014-2020 at European and National (focus on Italy) level.
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Presentation given at the International IUFRO Symposium ”Advances and Challenges in Managerial Economics and Accounting” in Vienna, Austria.
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The present book entitled “Fundamentals of Agribusiness Management” mainly prepared as per ICAR syllabus for the aspirants of agricultural business management discipline for Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Senior Research Fellowship (SRF), and National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by ICAR New Delhi. The main purpose is to assist the studen...
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Wireless Personal or Body Area Networks (WPANs or WBANs) are the main mechanisms to develop healthcare systems for an ageing society. Such systems offer monitoring, security, and caring services by measuring physiological body parameters using wearable devices. Wireless sensor networks allow inexpensive, continuous, and real-time updates of the sen...
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The Book analyzes, on the one Hand, Strategies drawn from Game Theory, Management, managerial Economics and managerial Psychology. On the other Hand, it is a Question of presenting the fundamental Principles, the main Fields of Application of the experimental Method in Psychology and Economics - experimental Psychology, economic Psychology, experim...
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Introduction Recent years we have seen the expanding gap in competitiveness of Russian companies comparing to their international rivals. The underdevelopment of Russian domestic production led to the significant share of import in Russian economy. The import share in different sectors ranges from 25 to 70% and has been growing every year starting...
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Domain 3 of the Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education (CAPE) 2013 Educational Outcomes recommends that pharmacy school curricula prepare students to be better problem solvers, but are silent on the type of problems they should be prepared to solve. We identified five basic approaches to problem solving in the curriculum at a pharmacy sch...
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The article deals with the application of generalised social responsibility concept in the ecotourism case study, which is based on the review of studies and original ideas of article authors. The chosen managerial, economic, environmental and socio-cultural aspects and concepts of their operability are discussed. The generalized findings on the co...
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Managerial economics textbooks rarely include empirical examples of demand estimation of any commodity from real data, perhaps because in reality one must consider coupled demand systems. We suggest that on a national level and over a short time, the price–volume data for onions provide a bona fide example of a single-commodity demand curve. Since...
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This article gives answers to following important questions: "what is sustainability of farming enterprises" such as individual and family farms, agri-firms of different types, agri-cooperatives, etc.", "what are the mechanisms and modes of governance of sustainability of farming enterprises", and "how to evaluate the sustainability level of farmin...
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The article is focused on the areas of management in aviation companies by way of applying selected methods of managerial economics, applicable under the constantly changing conditions entailing high level of risks. Attention is paid separately to the characterizing the external environment, applying the systems-based views, balance sheet analysis...
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Problem setting. Crime is one of the oldest existing forms of social life, despite the burning desire of human to destroy it. World history persuades explicitly that cruel, inhumane punishment punishments are inefficient to prevent crime. It’s necessary to rebuild human behavior, and this is possible through the elimination of various stimuli that...
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Aircraft fleets employed for student training in collegiate aviation programs are operated to varying degrees of efficiency, a metric that is influenced by such factors as scheduling, weather, and maintenance requirements. Recent research focusing on the utilization rate of the Cirrus training fleet at Purdue University indicated an average rate of...
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This presentation provides an overview of historical changes in international volunteer cooperation organizations (IVCOs) from the late 1950s to 2015, and to illustrate how IVCOs have been situated within national development plans and international development cooperation policy objectives over time. 1.Historical overview of international volunte...
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Turkey is a big country with a population approaching 78 million. The 50.2% population of it men and 49.8% are women. According to the data 2014, Turkey is located in the category of developing countries with 10.518 dollars national income. But, young people potential and geopolitics position can not be converted to advantage for country’s economy....
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This paper investigates the impact of fiscal and Monetary Policies on Unemployment Problem in Nigeria and covers the periods 1980 to 2013. To achieve this, fiscal policy was captured here by government expenditures and revenues respectively while monetary policy was proxied by broad Money Supply (M2), Interest and Exchange rates respectively. The m...