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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

Synonyms for appraise

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

consider in a comprehensive way

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The appraisements of the entrepreneurs and the ensuing process of entrepreneurial selection ensures that, at every moment in time, those individuals who are best equipped to draw on their thymological experience and speculate about future conditions are at the helm, taking decisions about the allocation of the available resources.
MISES ON SUBJECTIVE EXPECTATIONS: UNCERTAINTY, THYMOLOGY AND APPRAISEMENT
Granting that the appraisements are reasonable both to the Kiowa-Comanches and to the Apaches and, granting that the law is fixed as specified above, the three men, in my opinion are acting in good faith and are doing the best possible under the circumstances.
At the same time, Cloud agrees with government officials that only 80 acres would be available if indeed the number of acres was set and the Apaches and Kiowa-Comanches accepted the land appraisement.
The present study suggests a novel evaluation approach integrating AI methods for the machine-aided appraisement of weight training exercises.
Extraordinary profit for appraisements of intangible and material assets
This statute does not apply to first-sale appraisements, but applies a double penalty when, for example, a related-party importer does not declare an assist, one of the required additions to the price paid or payable.
Then we have 'Criticism' which presents extracts from a wide range of critical appraisements of the work at the time of publication and later, and this is followed by chronologies, bibliographies and indices.
The Colonial Office, attempting to regulate the whole process, demanded a range of other data, including lists of appraisements and public sales to ensure that the Abolition Act and local ordinances were properly applied.
Not the valuations but the appraisements are transferred from the goods of the first order to those of higher orders.
However, their appraisements of the original demand and supply schedules led them to revise these original valuations, giving rise to "momentary valuations" and a "momentary supply schedule" that prevails at the moment when the sellers decide to exchange their horses for sums of money offered by the buyers.
Economic problems of the socialist order result from the absence of competitive entrepreneurial appraisements.
The constellation of market prices that continually develops, and which serves as the basis of economic calculation, coordinates at every moment the reallocation of resources, such that inputs are always being dedicated to their most valuable uses as determined by entrepreneurial appraisements of relative future output prices.
10 Moreover, appraisements involved in bidding are probably always unique to the individual bidder since they involve attempts to judge the future structure of prices in the market and the prospective net gain involved in employing the capital goods in a particular entrepreneurial strategy.
When the economy is subject to an expansion of credit brought about by a central banking authority, entrepreneurial appraisements are to some extent falsified, because the value of all stages of production becomes distorted.