4.11 Fair farmers, self-interested students? Significantly reduce all forms of violence and related death rates everywhere. Promote the rule of law at the national and international levels and ensure equal access to justice for all. 16.4 Investment, firm entry, and the price-setting curve in the long run. By 2030, significantly reduce illicit financial and arms flows, strengthen the recovery and return of stolen assets and combat all forms of organized crime. Bookmarks are saved in your browser cache. 377 0 obj << /L 582 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 421 /E 566 /I 598 /S 395 /T 500 >> stream 0000009730 00000 n 0000012764 00000 n 0000006759 00000 n 0000031628 00000 n Continents by population. Strengthen relevant national institutions, including through international cooperation, for building capacity at all levels, in particular in developing countries, to prevent violence and combat terrorism and crime. Broaden and strengthen the participation of developing countries in the institutions of global governance. 0000009681 00000 n 20.9 Why is addressing climate change so difficult? From 3-D printed skyscrapers to e-courier delivery companies, Dubai's tech innovations are leading the world. Global Innovation Indexの意味や使い方 世界の技術革新力ランキング - 約1161万語ある英和辞典・和英辞典。発音・イディオムも分かる英語辞書。 19.5 Endowments, technology, and institutions, 19.6 Inequality, endowments, and principalâagent relationships, 19.7 Putting the model to work: Explaining changes in inequality, 19.9 Explaining recent trends in inequality in market income, 19.10 Redistribution: Taxes and transfers, 20âCapstone: Economics of the environment, 20.1 Recap: External effects, incomplete contracts, and missing markets, 20.3 The abatement of environmental damages: Cost-benefit analysis, 20.4 Conflicts of interest: Bargaining over wages, pollution, and jobs, 20.5 Cap and trade environmental policies, 20.6 The measurement challenges of environmental policy, 20.7 Dynamic environmental policies: Future technologies and lifestyles. EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Research and Innovation 2012 Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities EUR 25252 Global Europe 2050 GlobalEurope 2012-B5_Interieur_120508.indd 1 14/05/12 16… 0000022305 00000 n 16.6 Technological change and income inequality. 0000001577 00000 n LIONS LIVE was aimed at anyone in the global creative community who believes in. Here you can see what you can do to contribute. 16.7 How long does it take for labour markets to adjust to shocks? Goal 16 in action To promote justice and strong institutions, we all have to take action. 0000010192 00000 n The price-setting curve: Wages and profits in the whole economy, 9.6 Wages, profits, and unemployment in the whole economy, 9.7 How changes in demand for goods and services affect unemployment, 9.8. 0000009780 00000 n 15.6 Expected inflation and the Phillips curve, 15.9 The exchange rate channel of monetary policy, 15.10 Demand shocks and demand-side policies, 15.11 Macroeconomic policy before the global financial crisis: Inflation-targeting policy, 15.12 Another reason for rising inflation at low unemployment, 16âTechnological progress, employment, and living standards in the long run, 16.1 Technological progress and living standards, 16.2 The job creation and destruction process, 16.3 Job flows, worker flows, and the Beveridge curve, 16.4 Investment, firm entry, and the price-setting curve in the long run, 16.5 New technology, wages, and unemployment in the long run, 16.6 Technological change and income inequality. 19.4 How much inequality is too much (or too little)? 19.3 What (if anything) is wrong with inequality? 0000010497 00000 n Looking backward: Baristas and bread markets, 10.2 Borrowing: Bringing consumption forward in time, 10.3 Impatience and the diminishing marginal returns to consumption, 10.4 Borrowing allows smoothing by bringing consumption to the present, 10.5 Lending and storing: Smoothing and moving consumption to the future, 10.6 Investing: Another way to move consumption to the future, 10.9 The central bank, the money market, and interest rates, 10.10 The business of banking and bank balance sheets, 10.11 The central bankâs policy rate can affect spending, 10.12 Credit market constraints: A principalâagent problem, 10.13 Inequality: Lenders, borrowers, and those excluded from credit markets, 11âRent-seeking, price-setting, and market dynamics, 11.1 How people changing prices to gain rents can lead to a market equilibrium, 11.2 How market organization can influence prices, 11.4 Prices, rent-seeking, and market dynamics at work: Oil prices, 11.6 Changing supply and demand for financial assets, 11.9 Non-clearing markets: Rationing, queuing, and secondary markets, 12âMarkets, efficiency, and public policy, 12.1 Market failure: External effects of pollution, 12.3 External effects: Policies and income distribution, 12.4 Property rights, contracts, and market failures, 12.6 Missing markets: Insurance and lemons, 12.7 Incomplete contracts and external effects in credit markets, 12.9 Market failure and government policy, 13âEconomic fluctuations and unemployment, 13.2 Output growth and changes in unemployment, 13.4 Measuring the aggregate economy: The components of GDP, 13.5 How households cope with fluctuations, 14.1 The transmission of shocks: The multiplier process, 14.3 Household target wealth, collateral, and consumption spending, 14.5 The multiplier model: Including the government and net exports, 14.6 Fiscal policy: How governments can dampen and amplify fluctuations, 14.7 The multiplier and economic policymaking, 14.9 Fiscal policy and the rest of the world, 15âInflation, unemployment, and monetary policy, 15.2 Inflation results from conflicting and inconsistent claims on output, 15.3 Inflation, the business cycle, and the Phillips curve, 15.4 Inflation and unemployment: Constraints and preferences. Global Innovation Index. 0000006943 00000 n 0000006982 00000 n Everyone can help to make sure that we meet the Global Goals. By 2030, provide legal identity for all, including birth registration. 4.13 Social interactions: Conflicts in the choice among Nash equilibria, 5âProperty and power: Mutual gains and conflict, 5.2 Evaluating institutions and outcomes: The Pareto criterion, 5.3 Evaluating institutions and outcomes: Fairness, 5.7 Economically feasible allocations and the surplus, 5.8 The Pareto efficiency curve and the distribution of the surplus, 5.10 Bargaining to a Pareto-efficient sharing of the surplus, 5.11 Angela and Bruno: The moral of the story, 5.13 A policy to redistribute the surplus and raise efficiency, 6âThe firm: Owners, managers, and employees, 6.1 Firms, markets, and the division of labour, 6.2 Other peopleâs money: The separation of ownership and control, 6.6 Work and wages: The labour discipline model, 6.7 Wages, effort, and profits in the labour discipline model, 6.8 Putting the model to work: Owners, employees, and the economy, 6.9 Another kind of business organization, 6.10 Principals and agents: Interactions under incomplete contracts, 7.2 Economies of scale and the cost advantages of large-scale production, 7.3 Production: The cost function for Beautiful Cars, 7.4 Demand and isoprofit curves: Beautiful Cars, 7.5 Setting price and quantity to maximize profit, 7.6 Look at profit maximization as marginal revenue and marginal cost, 7.9 Using demand elasticities in government policy, 7.10 Price-setting, competition, and market power, 7.11 Product selection, innovation, and advertising, 8âSupply and demand: Price-taking and competitive markets, 8.1 Buying and selling: Demand and supply, 8.5 Competitive equilibrium: Gains from trade, allocation, and distribution, 8.10 Price-setting and price-taking firms, 9âThe labour market: Wages, profits, and unemployment, 9.1 The wage-setting curve, the price-setting curve, and the labour market, 9.2 Measuring the economy: Employment and unemployment, 9.3 The wage-setting curve: Employment and real wages, 9.5.
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