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Corresponding to Robbinsian economizing at the level of the individual, we have market general equilibrium.
We continue that tradition by examining the economic perspective on efficiency and then relating it to the strategy of economizing.
Thus, the insight of modem competitive theory is that economizing is inescapable.
Guerrilla gourmet retailers know that economizing has nothing to do with cost; it has everything to do with results.
In fact, deregulation probably has enhanced the monetary aggregates as nominal anchors for policy over the long run, by diluting the incentives for financial innovation that would facilitate economizing on holdings of monetary assets.
Such workshops have become the focal point of officials in terms of ensuring saving and economizing on water and electricity resources provided to consumers in the GCC-member States and developing work in the relevant Electricity and Water organizations in terms of domestication of knowledge and benefitting from practical applications of various concepts.
DWP officials had ignored their audit entirely for 14 months before Chick called them to order, and it's hard to imagine that a little embarrassment might have sparked a sudden interest in economizing where there never was one before.
Customers were focused on meeting production commitments, not on economizing.
The economizing value cluster includes economizing, growth, and systemic integrity.
We help our clients by economizing everywhere except where it affects the tenant.