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Balisacan also sought the help of the business and labor sectors in crafting policies and programs aimed at improving labor market efficiency.
Section 2 describes the foreign exchange market efficiency theory and the theory of uncovered interest-rate parity.
These pillars include: reports issued by international organizations, the infrastructure, macroeconomic environment, health and primary education, higher education and training, , financial markets development, technological readiness, market size, goods market efficiency, business sophistication, innovation, in addition to the labour market efficiency pillar.
Taiwan's Competitiveness Rankings in the 12 GCI Criteria (2008 & 2009) Criteria 2009 2008 Growth Institutions 38 40 2 Infrastructure 16 19 3 Macroeconomic stability 25 18 -7 Health & primary education 15 20 5 Higher education & training 13 13 0 Goods market efficiency 14 14 0 Labor market efficiency 24 21 -3 Financial market sophistication 54 58 4 Technological readiness 18 15 -3 Market size 17 16 -1 Business sophistication 13 12 -1 Innovation 6 7 -1 Source: CEPD GCI Rankings of World's Leading Economies (2008 & 2009) Economy 2009 2008 Switzerland 1 2 United States 2 1 Singapore 3 5 Sweden 4 4 Denmark 5 3 Finland 6 6 Germany 7 7 Japan 8 9 Canada 9 10 Holland 10 8 Hong Kong 11 11 Taiwan 12 17 South Korea 19 13 China 29 30 India 49 50 Russia 63 51 Source: WEF
The goal of independence is "to support user reliance on the financial reporting process and to enhance capital market efficiency.
By creating a universal infrastructure for electronic trading over the Internet, FLIRT will push the industry towards increased market efficiency and enhanced liquidity.
But supporters say narrower spreads will increase market efficiency, boost trading volume and improve liquidity.
Dwyer and Wallace [Journal of International Money and Finance, 1992] argue that the alleged inconsistency between cointegration and market efficiency relies on a definition of efficient markets where changes in asset prices are unpredictable.
Ewing thus challenges the Thatcherite market-efficiency principle, which regards union collective bargaining and the strike as obstacles to market efficiency.
In August 2006, Judge Shira Scheindlin of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York denied the motion for class certification, concluding that plaintiffs had failed to demonstrate market efficiency.
The Sultanate was also ranked 30th in capital market efficiency and 51st in technological readiness compared to 59th last year.