Policy makers are targeting poor handoffs and communication among clinicians as major sources of economic inefficiency
discussed the monetary implications of his theory that application of 19th century political economist Henry George's land tax ideas would allow for the social appropriation of natural resources and help eliminate inequality and economic inefficiency
Lieberman characterizes the current proposal as "raising taxes on energies that work in order to subsidize energy sources that don't work," referring to the economic inefficiency
of biofuel and wind power.
Consequently, there is a structural economic inefficiency
associated with the health choices made by these working families; this leads to a strong tendency to over-consume because the cost in foregone future cash income is not evident, and there is a reduced consumer incentive to seek value for money.
This finding is also consistent with our belief that studies such as ours that attempt to measure economic inefficiency
should measure it against the best-practice, or world, frontier.
The revolution has run its course, grounding itself on the shoals of economic inefficiency
and the oppressive society the fundamentalists have imposed.
Constantinescu is brutally honest about economic inefficiency
With the cold war over, and their own economies sputtering, Western nations have become less tolerant of waste and economic inefficiency
in aid-receiving countries.
In order to minimize economic inefficiency
, the system should permit businesses to recover fully the taxes embedded within their purchases.
Other arguments about the dehumanizing effects of slavery on slaveholders, about the natural rights of men, "equality, and independency"; about the economic inefficiency
of slave labor; and about the needless suffering of slaves, including "the poor, wretched, and helpless females," occur as well (78-80).
One general criticism, among many others, levelled at such enterprises included the charge of economic inefficiency
The energy sectors of South Asia have many features in common, including public ownership and management, poor governance and, consequently, economic inefficiency
-- including system insolvency," according to Bob Beckman, USAID regional coordinator and program manager for SARI/E-II.