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economic rent

the rent of a DWELLING based on recouping the costs of providing it plus a profit sufficient to motivate the landlord to let it.
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The structure of a tax determines whether it taxes only economic rents (or "above normal" returns) or whether it also taxes the normal rate of return.
"The board is therefore exploring the feasibility of a CVA in order to expedite the rationalisation of its property portfolio, with the clear objective of establishing a right-sized estate of contemporary stores, on economic rents, complemented with a compelling online offer," he said.
royalties have historically been directed, at least in part, at capturing economic rents. (47) John Orchard, in his analysis of the history of mineral rents, argued that in the United States, royalties were "partly compensation for the mineral removed and partly surplus or economic rent arising through superiority of some mines over others." (48) He quoted the secretary of the American Institute of Mining Engineers explaining U.S.
The concept of sustained competitive advantage is associated with the idea of corporate success in terms of above-normal performance (i.e., economic rents) for an indefinite period of time.
If, however the government is assumed to be nonbenevolent, then the grabbing hand of government intervenes to create economic rents. In this case, corruption causes economic freedom.
A federal government system, along with political reforms, reduces the economic rents created by the bureaucrats in various government levels.
Acemoglu and Robinson (2006) stress that new technologies and improvements in institutions are often blocked due to the fear of losing power, not the economic rents.
He offered three separate economic rents for the property: monthly rent for the retail space; monthly rent for the car service area; and monthly rents for the apartments.
It is apparent from Smith and Yandle's contribution that wherever economic rents can be created, we will find willing suppliers (elected officials and regulators) and willing demanders (Bootleggers).
Given data on the costs associated with distilleries and feedstocks, we are then able to calculate and simulate the county-level economic rents from different policies.
A major theme is the role of economic rents from natural resources in shaping the current economic situation.
The attempt to control economic rents (through price controls for existing units) while preserving market forces at the margin (through exemption of new construction) is remarkably similar to the policies enacted by Congress in 1973 and 1975 in reaction to the off price shock of 1973--that is, putting price controls on "old oil" while keeping world market prices for "new oil" and imports.
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