Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Positional good

  Common good - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The common good is often regarded as a utilitarian ideal, thus representing "the greatest possible good for the greatest possible number of individuals".
Another definition of the common good, as the quintessential goal of the State, requires an admission of the individual's basic right in society, which is, namely, the right of everyone to the opportunity to freely shape his life by responsible action, in pursuit of virtue and in accordance with the moral law.
Common goods should not be confused with another subtype of public goods: the collective goods (also known as social goods), which are defined as goods that could be delivered as private goods, but are delivered instead by the government for various reasons (usually social policy).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Common_good   (569 words)

 Good (economics) - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
A good in economics is any physical object (natural or man-made) or service that, upon consumption, increases utility, and therefore can be sold at a price in a market.
For example, leisure is a good, but work is a bad from the standpoint of the worker, though the money that is paid for work is a good.
A good is often thought of as only a physical product, such as in the accounting definition as an "accounting good".
www.voyager.in /Good_(economics)   (543 words)

 Articles - Good (economics)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
A good here is defined as a physical product capable of being delivered to a purchaser and involves the transfer of ownership from seller to customer, as opposed to an intangible service.
A good is held to increase the utility of a consumer, and hence a rational consumer would consume as much of it as was available.
Leisure is a good, but work is a bad from the standpoint of the worker, though the money that is paid for work is a good.
www.centralairconditioners.net /articles/Good_(economics)   (458 words)

 Abebooks: Chess Books
Good positional skills are primarily developed by experience, but they can also be learnt.
Recommended by chess coaches the world over, it presents a wide-range of specific chess positions and asks the reader to find the next move or series of moves that lead to checkmate.
The chapter on position play is particularly good.
www.abebooks.co.uk /docs/Community/Featured/chess-books.shtml   (564 words)

 Economics Interactive
For example, the legal incidence of the Social Security tax is split 50-50 between firms and their employees, but economists tend to agree that the full burden of all payroll taxes are borne by workers.
Imbalances in the current account (exports of goods and services minus imports of goods and services) are necessarily offset by compensating imbalances in the capital account, which records outflows of financial capital for the purposes of investing abroad, minus inflows of financial capital when foreign firms invest in the domestic economy.
In international trade, a boycott is a refusal to import goods from a certain nation, as occurred when an international boycott on trade with Iraq was used to try to change the policies of Saddam Hussein during 1993-2003.
www.unc.edu /depts/econ/byrns_web/Economicae/EconomicaeB.htm   (4602 words)

 Studi Galileiani
This is not to say that we should concede this, but only that the matter is undecided and good arguments exist for dropping truth-talk altogether.
As it turns out, my interlocutor could not even be bothered to check back for answers until his avoidance was pointed out to him on several occasions elsewhere; and when he at last did so it led to the sadly typical handwaving and ignorance that apparently characterises the ID debate.
There are other assumptions to identify, however: firstly, that philosophy of science is only good for something if it is able to “help society out” in the face of quackery; and, secondly, that it is reasonable to ignore the philosophy of science if it appears to “help out the quacks”.
www.galilean-library.org /blog   (3949 words)

 Features for the next Chessmaster - Topic Powered by eve community
Either fairly good tactical skill (but not flawless, to any depth!) and poor or non-existent positional understanding, or pretty good positional understanding, but flawed tactics.
But when you are entering and analyzing scholastic games, it might be good to get analysis that contemplates the level of play that could be reasonably anticipated by the level of opponent based upon their rating.
In addition to a physical clock, it would be good to be able to suppress the computer display of the moves and have a window into which the player notates the moves.
forums.ubi.com /groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/760105752/m/4861038622/p/6   (4454 words)

 The Cub Reporter: Cruz Traded   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
He might be good, but it's a crapshoot since he has no major league experience and major control problems.
I don't know how well PECOTA translates for first year major league players so it might be an interesting study to see if there is a dip in numbers during the first year and a return to form after a period of growth and adjustment.
Given his name I'd wager he'll be good for a few one-liners on the bench.
www.all-baseball.com /cubreporter/archives/012487.html   (3490 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.