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  • 1 Capital intensity — is the term in economics for the amount of fixed or real capital present in relation to other factors of production, especially labor. At the level of either a production process or the aggregate economy, it may be estimated by the capital/labor… …

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  • 2 Capital intensity — Капиталоёмкость …

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  • 3 Показатель капиталоемкости (CAPITAL INTENSITY RATIO)  — Показатель, который определяет отношение основного капитала (основных производственных фондов) к чистому доходу, прибыли или к стоимости произведенной продукции. Этот показатель связан только с имуществом, зданиями и оборудованием. Предприятия,… …

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  • 4 Capital deepening — is a term used in economics to describe an economy where capital per worker is increasing. It is an increase in the capital intensity. Capital deepening is often measured by the capital stock per labour hour. Overall, the economy will expand, and …

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  • 5 Capital (economics) — In economics, capital or capital goods or real capital refers to items of extensive value. The term can also be applied to the amount of wealth a person controls or is capable of controlling.Capital goods may be acquired with money or financial… …

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  • 6 Capital, Volume I — is the first of three volumes in Karl Marx s monumental work, Das Kapital, and the only volume to be published during his lifetime. Originally published in 1867, Marx s aim in Capital, Volume I is to uncover and explain the laws specific to the… …

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  • 7 Organic composition of capital — Part of a series on Marxism …

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  • 8 Cambridge capital controversy — The Cambridge capital controversy was a 1960s debate in economics concerning the nature and role of capital goods (or means of production). The name arises because of the location of those most involved in the controversy: the debate was largely… …

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  • 9 Labor intensity — is the relative proportion of labor (compared to capital) used in a process. The term labor intensive can be used when proposing the amount of work that is assigned to each worker/employee (labor), emphasizing on the skill involved in the… …

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  • 10 Коэффициент оборачиваемости капитала (CAPITAL TURNOVER RATIO)  — Соотношение годового объема реализации и инвестированного капитала. При оценке этого соотношения инвестированный капитал обычно вычисляется как сумма акционерного капитала и долгосрочных обязательств. См. также Показатель капиталоемкости (Capital …

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  • 11 Sequoia Capital — Tipo Privada Fundación 1972 Fundador(es) Don Valentine Sede Menlo Park, California …

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  • 12 Conversational Capital — Conversational Capital: How to Create Stuff People Love to Talk About   …

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  • 16 Exogenous growth model — The Exogenous growth model, also known as the Neo classical growth model or Solow growth model is a term used to sum up the contributions of various authors to a model of long run economic growth within the framework of neoclassical… …

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  • 17 Service system — A service system (or customer service system, CSS) is a configuration of technology and organizational networks designed to deliver services that satisfy the needs, wants, or aspirations of customers. Marketing, operations, and global environment …

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  • 18 Neoclassical growth model — See also: Ramsey growth model The neoclassical growth model, also known as the Solow–Swan growth model or exogenous growth model, is a class of economic models of long run economic growth set within the framework of neoclassical economics.… …

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  • 19 Austrian School — Part of a series on Libertarianism Austrian School …

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  • 20 Tendency of the rate of profit to fall — The tendency of the rate of profit to fall (TRPF) is a hypothesis in economics and political economy, most famously expounded by Karl Marx in chapter 13 of Das Kapital Vol. 3. It was generally accepted in the 19th century. Economists as diverse… …

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