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Externalities

The term 'externalities' or 'external effects' has emerged, chiefly, in the sphere of the economy. It is a term of catalytic importance. It is the cornerstone of economic science as a contribution to the synthesis of sciences, world theory, and governance in the age in which we live. External influences and externalities are catalytic, for example, in education. The same is true in the economy, however much we may wish to limit them and implement a 'closed' economy in the sense of evaluation and decisions, as regards externalities.

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INTRODUCTION TO A GENERAL, SYNTHESISED AND HOLISTIC DIATHEMATIC AND META-ECONOMIC THEORY OF EXTERNALITIES AND EXTERNAL EFFECTS_PART FOUR PDF Print E-mail
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Bl.Sun_wikipediaExternal effects and the highlighting of the human factor in democracy
The issue of externalities is also profoundly democratic, as it injects necessity and acts as a factor for promoting the necessity and need for negotiation. On this basis, it is also capable of revitalising its scientific issues and criteria, its scientific approaches and the Labour Movement –as the whole of society and the alternative movements are now beginning to bring to light core necessities for changes.

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INTRODUCTION TO A GENERAL, SYNTHESISED AND HOLISTIC DIATHEMATIC AND META-ECONOMIC THEORY OF EXTERNALITIES AND EXTERNAL EFFECTS_PART THREE PDF Print E-mail
Externalities

Einstein_commonThe theory of externalities: a gift of economic science to human civilisation? 
Instrumental priorities or performances must be accorded an immediate revising approach by the balancing priorities, which are of a superior order. The instrumental side-effects must be balanced, in an integrated and overall way.

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INTRODUCTION TO A GENERAL, SYNTHESISED AND HOLISTIC DIATHEMATIC AND META-ECONOMIC THEORY OF EXTERNALITIES AND EXTERNAL EFFECTS_PART TWO Print E-mail
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DNAExternal effects, the economy, and intellectual rights
External effects are definitive and liberating
, both for institutional and functional issues of the economy. In the case of institutional issues, in the juristic approach to property and rights, in the juristic approach to use, to dominance and function, these are concepts which carry weight.

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INTRODUCTION TO A GENERAL, SYNTHESISED AND OVERALL HOLISTIC DIATHEMATIC AND META-ECONOMIC THEORY OF EXTERNALITIES AND EXTERNAL EFFECTS_PART ONE PDF Print E-mail
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markouzePhilosophical and epistemological approach
The concept of externalities was created by the functional shortcomings of economic theory and of economic practicality as to their theoretical and functional completeness. It calls attention to the incompleteness of economic thought as a point of theoretical and functional maturation. It is the point at which the economy and economic science recognises its open-endedness, its incompleteness, entering upon the stage of interdisciplinary maturation.

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EXTERNAL EFFECTS, ECONOMY AND DISECONOMY PDF Print E-mail
Externalities

"The time will come when the price we shall pay for liberty will be liberty itself.", Vlad Ţepes, Romanian ruler
Concept and history
'External effects' is a functional concept for the utilisation of the environment and the harmonisation with it of sustainable enterprise.

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