Specialists in business management suggest new corporate and national strategies to ensure economic growth in an environment of poverty among elders, pension insecurity, labor market inefficiency
, and generational inequality.
While it has been a rocky start for markets globally, the subsequent volatility has brought with it opportunity in the form of market inefficiency
The result of this market inefficiency
results in the process of arbitrage.
These findings imply that a greater degree of rent-seeking activity by division managers contributes to internal capital market inefficiency
only if the top manager is an agent.
The investigation formed part of the wider probe, in 2007, on competition in the energy sector, which had revealed that consumers and companies were penalised by market inefficiency
and high prices.
This study does that with its examination of market inefficiency
for firms accused of FFR by the SEC.
That data permitted researchers to address the Sectoral Shift Hypothesis by looking for a relationship between the timing of changes in some measure of labor market inefficiency
(often just aggregate unemployment rates) and some economy-wide index of structural change (e.
The underlying assumption in many studies on unemployment is that there is a very close correspondence between unemployment and labor market inefficiency
as witnessed in the quote by the OECD just given.
We begin by discussing the importance of market inefficiency
to diversification as well as the impact of services on market forces.
A market inefficiency
might not sound like a good idea for an investment, but it's the kind of opportunity some hedge fund managers live for.
The second financial market inefficiency
is that investors have perfect knowledge of a firm's transactions, the evaluation of which can factor in the stock price.
The advantage to the issuer here is that stock prices won't be disrupted by speculation and stock market inefficiency