social products


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social products

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merit goods

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public goods

the GOODS and SERVICES that are provided by the state for the benefit of all or most of the populace (education, health, housing, etc.). Unlike PRIVATE PRODUCTS, there is no direct link between the consumption of a social product and payment for it. Social products are paid for out of general taxation and not by individual consumers buying in the market place. See also COLLECTIVE PRODUCTS.
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Based on feedback from existing franchise clients, we looked at the evolution of social products including features like LinkedIn's Company Pages and Groups API that support franchise development and consumer social media management already serviced by the platform.
The creation of joint ventures and cooperatives has intensified, new jobs have been created, and the range of social products has expanded.
Lefebvre believes that each society has made a definite social space in its history in which all the various needs of society (economical to social products) has been provided [10].This attention shows that how a public space is produced via social processes and how it forms our political and social behavior.
Political parties are social products that belong to the millions of people who created them."
For example, the First Insure umbrella, with its own products and services, looks to fill the void in the demand for social products, specifically relating to health issues that affect many people in the UAE.
Also in 2012, Richard Gingras, Google's head of news and social products and Boston College alumnus (class of 1973), made the university circuit with stops at Harvard and MIT before heading back west to Stanford.
and is associated with an early-stage company providing an application platform for creating social products and services, argues that the Internet of the future, or the Live Web, will link devices, online personas, and non-Internet items like a car or house and use event-based applications that operate on real-time data in the cloud, working for people directly, such as through an alarm clock that sets itself based on a person's past behavior.
He immediately formed part of CEO Nick Barron's new leadership group, with Chapman's focus being to integrate digital media across all offices in the region and build on MediaCom's search, display, mobile and social products.
According to Justin Kistner, Director of Social Products at Webtrends, ads should be changed 2-3 times a week on Facebook to keep click through rates high.
She is skeptical of the more radically chic claims of postmodernism--that there is no such thing as historical proof, or that individual identities are mere historical and social products. She encourages female graduate students to avoid the ghettoization of pure women's studies and to take on subjects where gender is not the central theme.
Sokratis Papafloratos, TrustedPlaces's chief and co-founder, will head Yell's social products in the UK.TrustedPlaces, set up in 2006, has now some 700,000 unique visitors monthly.
Civil rights are exclusive by nature (limited access to social products) while social rights are inclusive (generalized rights to social products).

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