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  • surplus value
  • Her great insight is that you need new markets outside capital - because - surplus value must be extracted from the workforce - it will never be the case that all the workers can buy all the goods that are produced because the total amount of their wages will always be less than the value of these goods. (newleftproject.org)
  • thereby
  • The invention of the steam-driven power loom allowed the creation of the 'combined factory': a new generation of mills that integrated the production process under one roof, thereby ending the role of the unruly cottage weavers. (lse.ac.uk)
  • examine
  • In response to this gap, this study will empirically examine the relationships between human capital, capabilities and competitive advantage of professional service firms in the Hong Kong, China and Taiwan regions. (scribd.com)
  • Our framework will also examine how these local and international capabilities will be affected by the moderating factors of VRIOs as perceived by their firms' CEOs.Auw evaluate the human capital and capabilities (skills) of professional service firms. (scribd.com)
  • development
  • Changes in the process of managing personal development trajectory. (slideshare.net)
  • Human capital formation, life expectancy, and the process of development ," Munich Reprints in Economics 20083, University of Munich, Department of Economics. (repec.org)
  • A consequence of these conclusions is the emphasis of economic development practitioners and students on modern determinants of per capita income like quality of institutions to support free markets, economic policies chosen by governments, human capital components such as education and health, or political factors like violence and instability. (docplayer.net)
  • It uncovers the forces that have sparked the emergence of multiple growth regimes and convergence clubs, and it underlines the persistent effects that variations in pre-historical biogeographical conditions have generated on the composition of human capital and economic development across the globe. (repec.org)
  • The quick accumulation of material wealth - not based on regular subsistence work in one's own community, but on looting and robbery - facilitates the faster development of technology in those societies which are based on conquest and warfare. (libcom.org)
  • This technological development, however, again is not oriented principally towards the satisfaction of subsistence needs of the community as a whole, but towards further warfare, conquest and accumulation. (libcom.org)
  • To achieve this objective we present a detailed literature review on the implications of KM on effective human resource development, and the consequences for an organization's ability to sustain competitive position in the marketplace. (ibimapublishing.com)
  • They were rooted in the low level of development of the productive forces, commodity production geared to profit, and inadequate knowledge of the longterm impact of human intervention in nature. (mlpd.de)
  • nature
  • Yet, because the explored channel is general in nature, further empirical evidence is provided in the second part of the paper on, first, how differences in the degree of EPL gap affect OJT in a large set of European countries and, second, how differences in OJT lead to differences in general human capital skills. (springer.com)
  • and urban movements and related topics are usually discussed in post-Marxist terms, the rhetoric deployed in this article is self-consciously Marxist and designed to appeal to Marxist theorists and fellow travelers whose work remains within a "scientific" discourse hence those who are least likely to be convinced by post-Marxist discussions of the problem of capital's use and abuse of nature (including human nature) in the modern world. (libcom.org)
  • Twenty years later, o ne of the biggest gatherings of world leaders on issues related to progress of the human race without endangering its future survival (and that of the rest the so called first Earth Summit, was held in 1992, and the increasingly critical nature of the multiple degradations were recognized. (cpiml.in)
  • We all know human work adds value to nature but we are less familiar with nature's work. (h-net.org)
  • In the past new commodities have come from aspects of nature, from the human body - generating new commodities through, for instance, drugs or cosmetic surgery. (newleftproject.org)
  • The unity of man and nature is the foundation on which all human societies and their modes of production develop. (mlpd.de)
  • This metabolic process occurring between man and nature is a condition for all human life and basic to all forms of society. (mlpd.de)
  • In this book, they explore the social and technological processes through which economic value is extracted from digitally mediated work, the nature of the value created, and what prompts people to participate in the process. (mit.edu)
  • The problem is that it is a lot more difficult to achieve rapid vertical growth in a short period of time, since moving into new economic activities is, by its very nature, a comparatively slow process given that new human capital needs to be formed, experience needs to be gained, and learning-by-doing needs to take place. (blogspot.com)
  • species
  • He proffers the concept 'Capitalocene' to replace 'the Anthropocene' in a challenge to the idea that the build-up of carbon in the atmosphere is a long-term process reflecting a universal trait of the human species. (lse.ac.uk)
  • Water supports life on land as well as within the oceans of humans, animals, and plant species. (h-net.org)
  • world
  • Study of the combination of the two processes in the contemporary world may throw light on the decline of traditional labor and socialist movements and the rise of "new social movements" as agencies of social transformation. (libcom.org)
  • The human-planet has changed considerably since that first Earth Summit in 1992, and in not so hidden corners of the world - distress and anger at the killing exploitations and mind boggling disparities have grown to become a perceived threat the established world order. (cpiml.in)
  • And if we want to place the actual fact of imperialism throughout the general trajectory of the evolution of the transcendental issue which has changed the face of the world, namely capital and the process of its accumulation, we will say that imperialism is piracy transplanted from the seas to dry land piracy reorganized, consolidated and tailored to the aim of exploiting the natural and human sources of our peoples. (hcdl.ml)
  • capital's
  • For the Apocalypse approached at other times in the history of capital, when (as in the last decade) the class struggle reached a level that jeopardized capital's command. (libcom.org)
  • Rise
  • We then explain the rise of effective medicine by a learning process function of expenditures in health. (repec.org)
  • The rise in effective medicine can then be linked to the take-off of the eighteenth century through life expectancy increases, and fostered capital accumulation. (repec.org)
  • threat
  • The work of bees in producing honey has long been recognized but their work in enabling the pollination of crops has received much attention only recently because of the threat this process experiences due to the use of pesticides. (h-net.org)
  • forms
  • instead here it is the product of specific processes of mobilisation of finance capital and information technology that set out to create internet platforms to claim and reorganise old forms of work. (criticallegalthinking.com)
  • he alters the forms of the natural materials and creates the various usevalues, or useful articles, for human society. (mlpd.de)
  • Resources
  • Additional sessions of the Human Resources workshop "Retiring From UC" are open for enrollment. (berkeley.edu)
  • The New Economy is moving beyond bulk-material manufacturing to designing new technologies, beyond processing physical resources to processing knowledge, beyond applying raw energy to applying ideas (Lang, 2001). (ibimapublishing.com)
  • But the problem for countries like Latvia is they do not have the latent human resources to really get the benefits from this "inputs accumulation" process. (blogspot.com)
  • labor
  • To the extent that training at the workplace helps accumulating these skills, dualism in the labor market may not only hinder temporary workers' specific human capital but may also lead to a negative "value-added" effect (i.e., in addition to the skills achieved through education and other observable characteristics) on their accumulation of general human capital. (springer.com)
  • Flexible and lean organizations reduce waste and increase the productivity of both labor and capital by integrating 'thinking' and 'doing' at all levels of their operations. (ibimapublishing.com)
  • An exploration of a new division of labor between machines and humans, in which people provide value to the economy with little or no compensation. (mit.edu)
  • The computerization of the economy-and everyday life-has transformed the division of labor between humans and machines, shifting many people into work that is hidden, poorly compensated, or accepted as part of being a "user" of digital technology. (mit.edu)
  • benefits
  • The workshop provides an overview of benefits paid by the UC Retirement Plan - including lifetime monthly retirement income or a lump-sum cashout, disability benefits, survivor income, death benefits, and the Capital Accumulation Provision for some. (berkeley.edu)
  • productivity
  • While despoiling both the natural and the built environment, capital has also achieved levels of productivity and the capacity to expand use values never before imagined. (libcom.org)
  • natural
  • In the 1980s it had to be assumed that the "changes man causes in the natural environment [have] turn[ed] into an accelerated phase of destruction of soil, water, air, flora and fauna, affecting all fundamental conditions of human life. (mlpd.de)
  • finance capital
  • That's a complicated phrase to use: people used to talk about finance capital and industrial capital, as if they were two quite distinct things, which they probably were 100 years ago, but the reality is that industrial capital behaves more and more like finance capital. (newleftproject.org)
  • public
  • Lepak & Snell (2002) have already tried to measure the distinctiveness of human capital for the commercial and public organizations. (scribd.com)
  • work
  • The researchers, however, lament the high turnover rate of appointed program managers, which has made it quite difficult to provide and see through such advisory work, i.e. as they had to resume the process with each newly appointed team. (pep-net.org)
  • health
  • Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are chemical substances that persist in the environment, bioaccumulate through the food web, and pose a risk of causing adverse effects to human health and the environment. (diva-portal.org)
  • Contrary to popular belief, the NHS is not dedicated to satisfying the human need for health care, or the eradication of disease. (worldsocialism.org)
  • effective
  • This paper could serve as a frame of reference for researchers, and could enable practitioners to gain better understanding of key requirements for maintaining competitive performance in this 21st century via effective integration of KM and human capital initiatives. (ibimapublishing.com)
  • Business
  • Business services processes annual purchases of goods and services valued in excess of $425 million, negotiates and executes all revenue-generating contracts for the campus, manages an equipment inventory of $570 million, and oversees a fleet of 655 vehicles. (berkeley.edu)
  • other than products (or services) and business processes (Porter. (scribd.com)
  • food
  • Reproduction involves conversion of foraged food into sexually mature offspring, a process requiring both fertility and investment per offspring (intergenerational transfers). (pnas.org)
  • They bring up children and run a full food processing set-up, looking after the home vegetable garden, producing meals, collecting water, hauling fire wood, producing yogurt, cheese other types of dairy, vegetable and cane sugar based sweets and food preparation and herbal concoctions for the ailing. (h-net.org)
  • and tall grain silos and food processing facilities, many abandoned. (libcom.org)
  • study
  • IDENTITY / DECEMBER AND AGENCY 2005 IDENTITY AND AGENCY IN EMERGING ADULTHOOD: Two Developmental Routes in the Individualization Process SETH J. SCHWARTZ University of Miami School of Medicine JAMES E. CÔTÉ University of Western Ontario JEFFREY JENSEN ARNETT University of Maryland The study of emerging adulthood the prolonged transition to adulthood extending into the 20s is a rapidly growing area of research. (docplayer.net)
  • This study examines three psychological aspects of identity formation (style, status, and process) in relation to personal agency associated with the individualization process. (docplayer.net)
  • issues
  • Although identity issues are prominent during this period, the role of personal agency and individualization in the identity formation process during these years is not well understood. (docplayer.net)
  • Water
  • Even some parts of Mumbai, the country's financial capital, get a mere two hours of daily water supply. (scribd.com)
  • itself
  • Through an exploration of networked agency, ANT gave us a subject to avoid the human connotations of the actor - the actant , the thing in itself. (criticallegalthinking.com)
  • people
  • St. John's Shelter for Women and Children in Sacramento, California's capital, turns away 350 people a night. (libcom.org)
  • Activity theory holds that the human mind is the product of our interaction with people and artifacts in the context of everyday activity. (mit.edu)