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property

see ASSET.

property

Any tangible or intangible thing that is or may be owned by someone.

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Though, sustainable natural resource management (NRM) can contribute to poverty reduction, other aspects must also be considered, including the distribution of property rights between and within communities and households and the level of collective action so as to get a better understanding of the issues related to poverty reduction.
Over 25 years ago, Murray Rothbard noted that, "For not only are there no human rights which are not also property rights, but the former rights lose their absoluteness and clarity and become fuzzy and vulnerable when property rights are not used as the standard" (Rothbard, 1982, p.
Intellectual property rights have been recognized as part of the infrastructure supporting investments in Research and Development (R&D) leading to innovation and subsequent economic growth.
As the first federal marine fisheries to implement tradable property rights, they remain of central interest in assessing the relative merits of both regulatory regimes in fisheries.
Without a sales agreement that transfers rights to the employer, a question arises as to how a provision in an employment or noncompete agreement could convert clients or customers to a property right of the corporation--if the right legally belongs to the employee.
ChinaJoy and CGDC are industry events to which the ChinaJoy Organizing Committee owns independent intelligence property right, and its legal rights shall not be violated.
The appropriation of biological resources and knowledge through patents and intellectual property rights without fair compensation is considered biopiracy, and the rosy periwinkle discoveries are frequently cited by the media and in nongovernmental organization literature as examples.
Enhanced ability for women to exercise their property rights in practice; and
The IPRI uses three primary areas of property rights to create a composite score: Legal and Political Environment (LP), Physical Property Rights (PPR), and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).
He vigorously defended the importance of private property rights for economic growth and progress, In this article, I review his arguments and his evolution from a radical liberal to a conservative liberal (in the European sense of the word).
Formal property rights facilitate development of capital markets.
95), he proposes an ingenious and feasible way of protecting the commons by giving it property rights.

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