Our everyday economics includes innovation, incentives, environment, regulation, gender,monopolistic competition, oligopoly ,intellectual property and cost,
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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Always controversial, the idea of daylight saving time started with railroads standardizing time and continued with a Congressional mandate.
Our everyday economics includes disposable income,competition,externalities, standardization,entrepreneurs,federal budget, R&D, labor and dependency ratios.
Decisions that relate to standardizing clock time and solar time, and global time zones create commercial negative and positive externalities.