The incorporation of the nontradeable
commodity into the budget constraint does not matter in E and, therefore, we have p * [z*.sub.h]= 0 for the group's excess demand [z*.sub.h] [[SIGMA].sub.i[member of]h]= ([x*.sub.i] - [w.sub.i]).
The importance of Nontradeable
goods prices in cyclical real exchange rate fluctuations.
The low-income areas that experienced more loan growth fared worse during the crisis, especially in nontradeable
goods and services.
Under the demand spillover described above, employment in both the tradable and the nontradeable
sectors responds positively to a demand increase that arises from the foreign exchange market.
Under the proposal as it's currently written, investors could not hold alternative investments such as nontradeable
REITs and shares of business development companies (BDCs) in tax-free retirement accounts.
According to Barney (1986), organizational knowledge is a nontradeable
, firm-specific asset that is not easily imitated.
Third, the smaller the tradeable goods sector relative to the nontradeable
goods sector, the more difficult it is to expand exports.
In September this year Pakistan decided to replace tradeable list, known as positive list currently comprising 1,958 items, with nontradeable
list, known as Negative list by February 2012.
As an extension to Grossman and Helpman (1991), Coe and Helpman (1995) found it more practical to consider both tradeable as well as nontradeable
inputs of goods and services.
One would expect that a regime in which this kind of leveraging of the police power is allowed would produce stringent land-use regulation which the State then waives to accomplish other purposes, leading to lesser realization of the land-use goals purportedly sought to be served than would result from more lenient (but nontradeable
) development restrictions.