stagnation


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a lack of action or activity

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I found it frustrating that Friedman describes periods of growth and stagnation only qualitatively, because without a graph of growth rates over the period under discussion, one is at the mercy of a general description of such growth trends.
If persistent and prolonged stagnation is the "big fear" of those running today's economy how is it to be explained?
Equal accent is also laid on exploring internal elements that augment the state of stagnation, which prevents the resolution of the Palestine issue.
The Stage 1 stagnation pressure is measured using a Paroscientific (3) Model 740 with a full scale of 1400 kPa.
It suggests that during the epoch of stagnation, men who were from a physiological viewpoint moderately fertile (men with a moderate sperm count), and who were therefore induced by nature to invest more in the quality of their offspring had an evolutionary advantage over highly fertile individuals.
In the cases of Fluid A and C, the stagnation flow regions increase with <u>/R.
It also leads one to seriously underestimate the dynamism of traditional society: Hoffman is fierce with those who have characterized the period 1450-1800 as centuries of stagnation.
According to news report from Madrid, Aznar used the economic stagnation in Japan by way of example in a speech he made at an economic forum held on the outskirts of the Spanish capital.
He presents sociological explanations for spikes in growth or decline, as well as the "religious" explanations of seasons of revival and stagnation.
If history is any guide, falling to let people take advantage of such technologies will be far more risky for humanity than the timid stagnation Joy evidently prefers.
Consolidation among brokerages and stagnation in pricing in the commercial insurance industry are contributing to a turf war among brokers of all sizes, a new study says.
Smug complacency and self-satisfaction are the first symptoms of stagnation, and stagnation is a characteristic of old age.
Vasiliev urged an end to the infighting and artistic stagnation at the theater; he spoke of rejuvenating the Bolshoi by inviting such choreographers as Maurice Bejart and Jiri Kylian, directors such as Franco Zefferelli, conductors such as Mstislav Rostropovich, and all the artists who had left the theater in protest.
He reveals stagnation from the 1720s to the 1750s, which he attributes to an increase in the death rate and a decrease in immigration.
Refer ring to both birth and death, the work also alluded to a continual state of stagnation.