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division

(Act of dividing), noun allocation, allotment, apportionment, breaking, breakup, cleavage, cut, cutting, departmentalization, detachment, disaccord, disassociation, disbandment, disconnection, discord, disengagement, disharmony, disjunction, disjuncture, dispersal, dispersion, dissemination, disseverance, dissipation, dissociation, dissonance, distribution, disunion, disuniting, disunity, divisio, divorce, faction, noncooperation, opposition, parcelling, parting, partitio, partition, portioning, rationing, schism, scission, section, segmentation, segregation, sejunction, separation, severance, sharing, split, splitting, spread, sunderance, tearing, uncoupling, untying
Associated concepts: division of costs, division of damages, division of governmental powers, division of property, eqqitable division, final division and distribution, political subbivision

division

(Administrative unit), noun area, branch, cadre, canton, category, chapter, class, classification, district, group, grouping, province, region, ward, zone
See also: affiliate, alienation, allotment, apportionment, argument, article, assignment, bureau, capacity, chamber, chapter, class, classification, component, conflict, constituency, constituent, contention, decentralization, denomination, department, detail, dichotomy, difference, differentiation, disaccord, disagreement, disassociation, discord, discrimination, dispensation, dissension, distribution, equity, estrangement, faction, incompatibility, installment, kind, land, manner, member, moiety, offshoot, organ, part, place, plot, portion, province, ration, region, rubric, schism, segment, segregation, separation, severance, sphere, split, subdivision, subheading, territory, title, unit, variance

DIVISION, Eng. law. A particular and ascertained part of a county. In Lincolnshire, division means what riding does in Yorkshire.

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Here, the paper adds that if the above Keynesian perspective can be discussed with sticky prices [empirical studies (Basu, 1994; Huang, et al, 2004) supports that division of labor is generally associated with stick prices], it further enriches the Youngian-Kaldorian cumulative causation process.
The division of labor can take place within a plant or between plants; in the latter case, transport of the product is involved.
The cognitive division of labor that, for Mercier and Sperber, tacks between a rhetorical and epistemic pole, is a material signature of how the communicative labor of the general intellect is incorporated into the laws of capitalist accumulation (Greene, "Rhetorical Materialism").
outline the evolution of London's migrant division of labor, charting the emergence of a new migrant division of labor at the bottom end of the city's labor market, revealing how London's low-wage labor market continues to be characterized by national, ethnic, racial and gender divisions (global cities like London have benefited immensely from migrant labor), and highlighting the extent of London's dependence on the rest of the world for its low-paid labor supply.
Our analysis complements the growing literature on the economic impact of immigration, the effective use of immigration as a strategy for economic development, the dynamics of London's changing migrant division of labor, and the role of migrant labor in contemporary capitalism.
157) properly called the division of labor "the fundamental social phenomenon" (along with human cooperation in general).
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Key words: Division of labor, learning by doing, nature of the firm, voluntary production.
sapiens' switch to a division of labor for procuring different foods prompted population growth, the researchers say.
The theory of the division of labor implicitly assumes that households delegate their productive activities to for-profit firms.
This mundane contrast points to the prevalent division of labor, a social force so powerful yet so ordinary that most people, even the most progressive, take it for granted.

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