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But the tragic dynamic they act out--in which love and success and approval are seen as scarce goods for which women must compete to the death--is rooted in social, economic, and historical conditions this film never dares to examine.
The world wanted our scarce goods, so we did not have to learn much about other cultures.
Similarly, sellers often allocate scarce goods to steady customers when supplies are tight--rather than charge the customers higher prices--to reward and reinforce customer loyalty during downturns.
Hoppe also argues that externalities caused by one's property upon someone else's do not fall within the liability of the owner: Nobody can be the owner of the value or price of scarce goods, which depend on the subjective valuations of other individuals.
Sellers can use auction and exchange services to optimize prices for scarce goods, rapidly distribute excess inventory, and generate new revenue channels through a broad customer base using the Concur Commerce Network.
Using Bidland's AuctionSite(SM) Builder technology, a MasterlineNet client can create a working auction in as little as an hour to reduce surplus inventory, offer scarce goods to the highest bidder and drive "sticky" traffic to their Web sites.
Later, Marlowe more accurately describes buying as "a way of negotiating the competition for scarce goods without physical violence.