For a while now, the schizophrenic me personally has been debating the implications of nominal laissez-faire and real designs in the economic plan sphere (stoked by ‘Faith within an Unregulated Free Market? Don’t Fall for It’: NY Times). Remove barriers to access, lower corporate fees, permit free movement of capital, and what you have is a nominal utopia that serves the public and elevates their immediate condition of happiness.
But gets the fact of laissez faire conformed with expectations? Must we, in this point in time of rapid technologies, trade off work for a cleaner culture yet? Must we await a generation that is repulsed by the environmental damage from earlier generations before real remediation policies are implemented? If competition, free-marketplaces and democracy haven’t neutralized the ever-perpetuating and exacerbating excesses of the nominal paradigm, what can? Politicians, much less economists, are loathe to admit that the true paradigm is an all natural and credible alternative to the Nominal. What would such arrangements obtain the peoples of varied nations?
The freedom to select from a domestic nominal economy operating parallel to an internationally-mediated, real society, albeit nationally-differentiated. The opportunity to unabashedly go after the Nominal aware that it’s excesses would be countered, if not anticipated, by the Real. The opportunity to make a difference to the social people of a trading partner, while concurrently seeking nominal opportunities in that country. But more than anything else, the methods to pursue their social and strategic, long objectives unobstructed by nominal designs of the Private within the ambit of traditions, religion, principles, and culture – a goal subverted by the Nominal.
- Upon viewing the rip in the painting I shed a tear
- Tax implications and accounting specifications used
- Property confiscated under color of rules
- Quantitative Valuation and Performance Metrics
Economists have, for long, been the good friends of the Private, the Nominal, and the laissez faire, and the results of such subservience to the Rich and powerful are all around us – diabetic economists including! It’s time we as a profession admit our short-sightedness and selfish pursuits bordering on greed and suggest those politically-empowered to pursue a socially-efficient, and environmentally just paradigm.
Rs. 37,500 in those months. The majority rebate for the six months to 31st March 1999 was received in April 1999 and amounted to Rs. 4,100 in respect of buys from Tee Ltd. Rs. 3,800 according of purchases from Dee Ltd. Arvind sells all goods at a cost gives a gross profit equal to 25% of the cost of goods, before deducting either the money discount or the bulk rebate. Information from paid checks and bank or investment company claims demonstrated bank or investment company deposits from sale of Rs. 1,62,362, general overheads of Rs.
27,452 and two quarterly rent payments of Rs. Fixtures which cost Rs. 8,000 and vehicles which cost Rs. 7,600 are to be depreciated at the pace of 15% and 25 percent25 % per annum respectively. In January 1999 Arvind used wallpaper which cost before deducting either the majority rebate or the cash discount Rs. 180 in decorating his own house.
The stock held by Arvind on 30th September 1998 had a cost before deduction of any rebates or special discounts of Rs. Green, Blue, and Yellow Ltd. On 1st December 1999 Green and Yellow retired and Blue Ltd. Blue Ltd. paid Rs. 18,00,000 to Green and Rs. 18,00,000 to Yellow in full and final discharge of their claim in the partnership. This amount was brought in by Blue Ltd.
None of the asset and liabilities are to be revalued. Being capital earned by Blue Ltd. Being purchase by Blue Ltd. Ashoka Ltd. was incorporated on l. 999 with an authorized capital of Rs. 25 crores. The subscribers to the memorandum and articles of association subscribed for 1000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each. The promoters and well wishers subscribed and paid for Rs. 4,99,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each. The ongoing company took over working business of Magadha Bros. 15,00,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each at par.
The company made a public open problem of 80,00,000 collateral shares of Rs. 10 each at par, Rs. 5 being payable on software, Rs. 3 on RS and allotment. Public requested completely. Allotment monies were received from all people except holders of 500 stocks. Call monies were received from all users except holders of 800 stocks (including those who hadn’t paid allotment monies). Alter due notice, the 800 shares were forfeited on 30.9.1999. They were reissued on 31.10.1999 at Rs. 30.11.1999 of the ongoing company.