economy with production quotas an economy in which production is governed by quotas. Controlled economies and monopolies are the opposite of market competition.
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- See also competition
In market-based outsider systems, ownership is dispersed and completely separated from control, companies benefit from sophisticated capital markets and thus incur lower debt-to-equity ratios, stakeholders are rarely formally represented and do not participate in company management.
By Fahad Toonsi
Thus, in order to eliminate global financial imbalances, there has to be a shift between savers and spenders. Households in the spending countries need to save to bring down their debt burden, whereas households in saving countries need to spend more—not least so that the former spender economies
By Gabriel Stein
The Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 was passed in the context of a series of high-profile corporate scandals, a brief recession, and the events of 9/11. These factors were cited by President George W. Bush as a threat to investor confidence and the US economy overall. He also declared: “This law says to every dishonest corporate leader: you will be exposed and punished; the era of low standards and false profits is over; no boardroom in America is above or beyond the law
By David A. Doney
The natural response is going to be to want to limit “hot money” flows into their economies by applying measures such as capital controls, taxes on foreign investment, and perhaps even currency controls.
By Paul Brain, Laurie Carroll
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