Our everyday economics includes risk, externalities, purchasing power, complementary goods, capitalism, money supply, human capital, and innovation.
As an innovation, the bicycle was a stepping stone that helped human capital move onward to other inventions like the airplane, the auto and better roads.
Our everyday economics includes competition, progressive taxes, free trade, externalities, sunk cost, productivity, supply chain, incentives, & tradeoffs.
Replacing the inconsistencies of the current calendar, in finance and production, the 13-month calendar would create positive externalities for businesses.
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An innovation being sold to manufacturers, jars with slippery interior surfaces will create positive externalities by lessening waste and saving time.
Our everyday economics includes GDP, human capital, price system, public goods, taxes, gender pay gap, externalities, subsidies, marriage economics and ROI.
With better school attendance and learning, and then higher work productivity, the positive externalities of childhood vaccination have an economic impact.
Decisions that relate to standardizing clock time and solar time, and global time zones create commercial negative and positive externalities.