Economic surplus

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Economic surplus

For any entity, the difference between the market value of all its assets and the market value of its liabilities.

Economic Surplus

The value of a company or other organization's total assets less its total liabilities.
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Economic surpluses of specialized pig and poultry farms are more volatile than supluses in other production lines.
22--is linked to the poor classes in western Bolivia, and he is going to redistribute the economic surpluses from the sale of natural gas from the bottom up," he said.
Barter remained a growing enterprise through economic surpluses, recessions, geographic relocations and the rise and fall of the dot-com phenomena.
He argues (citing Paul Wheatley) that economic surpluses were channelled through temples (cf.
The democratic, industrialized economies are in crisis because of the ways in which they are absorbing and/or falling to absorb their growing economic surpluses.