Thus, we obtain a set of partial criteria characterising the efficiency of limited resource
allocation between consumers:
Moreover, similar to younger children without disabilities, children with learning problems may have difficulty coordinating multiple goals, leading them to subordinate interpersonal goals to the pursuit of a desired object in limited resource
situations (Lochman, Wayland, & White, 1993; Renshaw & Asher, 1983).
The panelists echoed the fact of limited resources
as being generally the situation experienced in their respective countries.
Addressing these issues might be challenging for single mothers, who may have limited resources
to provide for themselves and their children.
Such groups, which often have little outside financial support, can often achieve a great deal with limited resources
Countries have only limited resources
to spend on ELT.
OSHA is targeting these high-injury-rate facilities specifically because, according to Dreux, "It's an attempt at efficient utilization of their [OSHA's] limited resources
Key market-conduct priorities-- identifying issues that have the most impact on consumers (such as claims or life insurance replacement and suitability), focusing limited resources
on target exams of all companies and coordinating with other states that may have conducted exams.
Thus, the basic problem addressed by economics is how to allocate limited resources
among unlimited demands.
Forests have limited resources
like nutrients, water, and light.
Under these conditions of relative scarcity, the equitable and appropriate distribution of limited resources
becomes an ethical as well as a financial issue.
QUESTION SEVEN: GIVEN LIMITED RESOURCES AND A FIXED QUANTITY TO SPEND, SHOULD YOUR LIBRARY SPEND MORE ON SPECIAL COLLECTIONS?