welfare economics

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welfare economics

n (functioning as singular)
(Economics) the aspects of economic theory concerned with the welfare of society and priorities to be observed in the allocation of resources
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Tenders are invited for labour supply for water supply system daily maintenance
Summary: Overseas Labour Supply offers training centres to ensure workers adapt to the occupational needs of the UAE.
Sun Seyha, who owns a pharmaceutical company called Tigon Pharma, said he was shocked to see documents on social media that named him as the owner of CJ Labour Supply shortly after the Ministry of Labour announced that it shut down the agency for allegedly lying about receiving a licence to send workers to Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Japan.
Dubai: In 2008, Abdul Raheem quit his fish cutting job at the Deira Fish Market to start a labour supply business and nine years later, fate has brought him back to the fish market, but this time as the owner of the entire fish cutting section at the newly opened Waterfront Market.
"We need to be prepared to explore all the possible options in maintaining access to horticulture's vital labour supply.
It was reported by UK daily the Guardian that BK Gulf's migrant workers in Qatar "allege that they have been exploited and mistreated by labour supply companies hired by the firms to furnish construction sites in Doha with cheap manual workers".
"Labour Supply, Commodity Demand, and the Allocation of Time." Review of Economic Studies, 43(3), 1976, 389-411.
(1999): "Labour supply and employment probabilities in Italy: a gender analysis in a regional perspective", Economia & Lavoro (XXXIII, n.3-4), 189-207.
The neoclassical theory of labour supply cannot unambiguously explain the reversal in the decline of the average weekly hours of work, that is a phenomenon common in almost all OECD countries (OECD 2004; Virtanen et al.
Binomial Logit regression method is employed to estimate the determinants of rural labour supply model.
Cheung said the impact on unemployment will depend on the pace of job creation relative to the growth in labour supply.
(10.) Eric French, The Effects of Health, Wealth, and Wages on Labour Supply and Retirement Behaviour, 72 REV.

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