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a stable state characterized by the cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces

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a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates

a sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head

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When the pulpwood market is oligopsonistic and the sawlog market is competitive, the dual market equilibrium generates market prices of [W.
In addition to the latest ChainLinks Retailer Demand and Market Equilibrium Indexes, this report includes a review of current trends and detailed market statistics (including retail vacancy levels, average asking lease rates and absorption trends) for more than 50 major U.
In the literature, the meaning of market equilibrium is typically presented as self-evident, (2) and the concept of disequilibrium is more often discussed.
As for our main argument, the free flow of people is necessary to achieve labour market equilibrium when the domestic market cannot attain it on its own.
These results show how elasticity values can affect market equilibrium.
Given the information provided, it is a simple matter to calculate the market equilibrium quantity and price, along with the total external damage, consumer surplus, producer surplus, net social benefit and deadweight loss at that equilibrium.
In the present article, we will examine the relation between Pareto-optimal allocations and market equilibrium allocations.
The initiative by Lulu Hypermarket to fix the prices of 32 food commodities emphasises the vital role that the private sector can play in contributing to price stability, maintaining market equilibrium and contributing effectively to the development of society and the national economy," he said.
The insurance market equilibrium is an equilibrium concept especially suited for problems of insurance, where contracts that are not traded dynamically (personal insurance) coexist with actively traded financial ones (bonds and stock company shares).
Hence, the market equilibrium of the Southern goods is given by
In market equilibrium, a CEO's pay changes one-for-one with aggregate firm size, while changing much less with the size of his own firm.
The beef industry is astonished at the impact that persistently hot weather has had on beef consumption and is anxious that finishers themselves do as much as they can to restore market equilibrium as quickly as possible.
Commission representative Jean-Marc Gazagnes said a 39% price cut is essential to maintain market equilibrium, and that raising compensation to 80% could lead to over-compensation and perverse effects on the market.
Zame, 1996, "The Existence of Security Market Equilibrium with a Nonatomic State-Space", Journal of Mathematical Economics, 26:63-84