As noted above, Mises considered the "fundamental theorem of modern economics" diminishing marginal utility, which can be deduced from a person economizing
with homogeneous units of a good Although diminishing marginal utility is accepted by all modern economists, Mises was the first to perceive the implication of its reasoning for making economizing
decisions about the use of resources in society and its application to this problem in socialism Concerning the proposal of mathematical economists to solve the problem of economizing
in socialism, Mises (1978, p.
All chillers are fed by cooling towers provided with fully integrated waterside economizing
Iranian and German officials negotiated economizing
on water and energy consumption, improving efficiency in the existing power plants, building new power plants, constructing recyclable energy power plants and the issue of new energies.
In addition to budget trimming and a general openness to economizing
, we've been more motivated to reach what were, in the past, difficult decisions.
"You've got to be flexible and adapt," Cien says of Copley's approach during a time when many newspapers are economizing
Williamson observed that economizing
has received inadequate research attention: "first-order economizing-effective adaptation and the elimination of waste--has been neglected" (1994: 364).
: It costs about $85,000 annually to operate one center.
She demonstrated her flair for economizing
recently when she cancelled the ABT fall tour to the Orange County Performing Arts Center.
A new line of pump tanks for central chillers and cooling towers has pump suction legs that are angled to prevent vortexing and pump cavitation, allowing for operation at lower fill levels, thereby economizing
water and chemical usage.
In addition to economizing
on space, these new devices offer the ultramodern look that many expect from 21st century devices--or what shows like The Jetsons taught us to expect, at any rate.
on the need for agreement, you're economizing
on the need for consensus and the need for gatekeepers and tastemakers, roles intellectuals have traditionally filled.
Under the influence of social Darwinism and scientific racism and intent on economizing
whenever their own welfare was not at stake, policymakers and public servants assigned to care for Native populations doled out insufficient, contaminated food rations only to those deemed deserving; herded children off to poorly maintained boarding schools where they were likely to fall ill and die, mostly from tuberculosis; and managed medical care facilities and programs under the leading assumption that Native people's ill-health stemmed from an inherent biological and cultural inferiority.