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alienation, economics, fascism, inequality, monopoly capital, occupy movement, political science, socialism, tea party
Casinos, data envelopment analysis, gaming and gambling, urban economics
Keywords: Baran ratio, Dobb-Sweezy debate, economic surplus, capitalism, feudalism, GDP, national income
Casinos, Tax revenue, Life Cycle Theory, Regional Development
disasters, disaster relief, emergency management, FEMA, infrastructure, United States Federal Emergency Management Agency, urban sprawl
bureaucracy, economic systems, managers, productivity
urban sprawl, fire safety, fire response, property losses, loss of life, wildfires
Baran Ratio, Brenner Debate, capitalism, Dobb-Sweezy Debate, feudalism, socialism, technology
data envelopment analysis, Marxian economics, neoclassical economics, over production, over investment, stagnation thesis, surplus value, under consumption, x-inefficiency
income inequality, rate of exploitation, surplus value, top 1 percent, 99 percent
traffic fatalities, emergency medical services, EMS, ambulances, urban sprawl, response delays
gambling, horse racing, parimutuel wagering, tax revenues, thoroughbred industries
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economic development, enterprise zones, industrial incentives, research design
Capitalism, Feudalism, Dobb-Sweezy Debate, Econometrics, Productivity, Surplus Value, and Transition Debate
big business, corporations, entrepreneurship, innovation, monopoly capital, research and development
Big Business, Corporations, Entrepreneurism, Household Debt, Monopoly Capital, Small Business
entrepreneurship, community, small business, span of management, worker co-operatives.
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