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7 hours ago A society without laws would have no way to solve the social issues which arrive within their collective arrangement. That is because such a society …

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6 hours ago Why they are useful and good to have.If we didn't have the laws are world would be a bad place to be in but luckily we have laws and they keep us protected and safe.People that don't follow the rules are not very good people and need to learn how to.THe crazy people who try to kill our country they have a hard time because of the army and the

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8 hours ago Why Are Laws Important? The law is important because it serves as a norm of conduct for citizens and residents. It acts as a guideline for acceptable behavior, and ensures equality within communities and social groups by an outline for the consequences of law violations. Laws communicate what is accepted in each society. Without laws, citizens

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9 hours ago To understand the role of the federal courts in interpreting the U.S. Constitution, it’s important to understand what a law is, and where our laws come from. This page defines law, and the rule of law and provides provides historical background on the creation of the Constitution, and the three branches of government.

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Just Now Why is law important? 1.It helps to regulate society. It give us patterns of expected social conduct and consequences for breaking. the laws. It therefore outlines our rights and responsibilities. 2. They allow for just and fair treatment for all. We are all equal before the law. 3.

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7 hours ago It is difficult to drum up widespread, grassroots political support for the rule of law. In the eyes of many people, the rule of law does not put food on the table. Worse still, the law can be a source of oppression. Governments and law-enforcement officials can and do commit crimes. The role of law in our Apartheid history is an awful example.

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2 hours ago 3. Your school will be dealing with many suppliers, and will be buying lots of goods and services. Education law can also help you make sure that the contracts you negotiate and sign are legal, and in your best interests. 4. Unfortunately pupil discipline is becoming more of an issue in modern education. It is important that you know what you

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4 hours ago The labor demand and labor supply curves intersect at a wage of $30 and an employment level of 150 person-hours per day. Assume that this graph illustrates a perfectly competitive labor market. (supply-demand cross at 150,30) Suppose a minimum wage law required the wage to be at least $20 per hour in this market.

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7 hours ago Reasons why women should have rights. Women have the same ability as men and should therefore have the same rights as men.For a long time human rights have been based on gender,whereby most human rights are only guaranteed to men.Womens rights therefore help women get aquire the same rights as their male counterparts

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6 hours ago Why is law necessary? The term, law, is a word that is universally known. Laws are principles being promulgated to define and establish relationship of things, people and matter that exist in the world. In the general sense of the word, laws are a systematic process that contains rules, regulations and policies that is imposed in institutions, organizations or countries.

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6 hours ago Laws are important for protecting the health, safety and well-being of the public. They are enacted to punish behavior that threatens others in society, and they give victims some degree of protection. The legal system strives to create a society that is just, equal and fair. It imposes moral and ethical standards that people must abide by.

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1. The Harm Principle. Laws created under the harm principle are written to protect people from being harmed by others. Laws against violent and property crime fall into this category.
2. The Parental Principle. In addition to laws intended to discourage people from harming each other, some laws are written to prohibit self-harm. Parental principle laws include compulsory school attendance laws for children, laws against neglect of children and vulnerable adults, and laws banning the possession of certain drugs.
3. The Morality Principle. Some laws are based not strictly on harm or self-harm concerns but also on promoting the personal morality of the law's authors.
4. The Donation Principle. All governments have laws granting goods or services of some kind to its citizens. When these laws are used to control behavior, however, they can give some people, groups, or organizations unfair advantages over others.
5. The Statist Principle. The most dangerous laws are those intended to protect the government from harm or to increase its power for its own sake. Some statist principle laws are necessary: Laws against treason and espionage, for example, are essential to the stability of the government.

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Just Now Functions of Law. Law fulfills several important functions, but these four are the most important: Laws protect individual rights and liberties. The Bill of Rights was added to the U.S. Constitution to guarantee several important protections. The laws protect individuals from other individuals, from organizations, and even from the government.

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8 hours ago Let us now try to understand, why does the law of demand operate, i.e. why does a consumer buy more at lower price than at a higher price. The various reasons for operation of Law of Demand are: 1. Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility: Law of diminishing marginal utility states that as we consume more and more units of a commodity, the utility

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4 hours ago Why is Environmental Law Important? Laws are put in place for many reasons. Some are for the public good, health, and protection. Others are put in place to avoid other forms of harm. Environmental laws are enacted inside borders and as transborder measures for many reasons with public health and resource protection being amongst the most common.

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4 hours ago Laws help to maintain the ethics of people. Laws are in place to assist us in surviving as a society and helps to get rid of the social barriers. Without laws, we would sink into anarchy without doubt. In a world without laws, you may feel free but would it be absolutely chaotic and full of crime.

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7 hours ago Why study law: Top 10 benefits of becoming a lawyer . law graduates are capable of doing many important roles in various professions. With such compelling benefits, it comes to reason that obtaining a law degree is not easy. The standards are high and outstanding academic performance is expected.

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9 hours ago A more recent study by the EPA estimated that the environmental benefits to Americans from the Clean Air Act will exceed their costs by a margin of four to one. The EPA estimated that “in 2010 the benefits of Clean Air Act programs will total about $110 billion. This estimate represents the value of avoiding increases in illness and premature

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1 hours ago Price’s Law says, “half of the publications come from the square root of all contributors.”. However, it is often used to support the idea that, “a few people generate half the results.” [1][2][3] [4] This general truism was related to his work in “Bibliometrics,” where he looked at the exponential growth of science, the half-life

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Just Now The natural law is also naturally known, by natural human reason and experience. We don't need religious faith or supernatural divine revelation to know that we're morally obligated to choose good and avoid evil or to know what "good" and "evil" mean. Every culture in history has had some version of the Ten Commandments.

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1. The law of supply and demand, one of the most basic economic laws, ties into almost all economic principles in some way. In practice, supply and demand pull against each other until the market finds an equilibrium price. For many simple markets, this inverse relationship holds true. If the cost of a shirt doubles, consumers buy fewer shirts, all else being equal. If the shirts go on sale, consumers tend to buy more. However, multiple factors can affect both supply and demand, causing them to increase or decrease in various ways. There are several practical issues with the simple supply and demand model as depicted in the graph below. In addition to the theoretical existence of goods that actually rise in demand as the price goes up (known as Giffen and Veblen goods), a basic microeconomics chart like this one cannot possibly contain all of the various variables at work that impact supply and demand. Nevertheless, it is typically the case that price and quantity are inversely related...

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8 hours ago There are several factors that explain why the demand curve slopes downward or why the law of demand showing an inverse relation between the price and quantity is valid?. Reasons for Law of Demand. Substitution Effect: The Substitution effect is seen when the quantity demanded for one commodity changes due to the change in the price of other closely related commodity.

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8 hours ago (1)- The law of one price is an economic theory in which the price of a given security, commodity or an asset has the same price while exchange rates are taken into consideration. The law of one price is another way of stating the concept of purchasi… View the full answer

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3 hours ago Not all people were treated equally under Hammurabi’s laws. For example, while “an eye for an eye” applied if a free man was the victim of an assault, slaves were dealt with differently: Law 199. If he puts out the eye of a (free) man’s slave, or breaks the bone of a (free) man’s slave, he shall pay half his price.

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1. Where: 1. QxS– Quantity supplied of commodity/good x by the producers 2. Φ– Function of 3. Px– Price of commodity/good x

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8 hours ago This book primarily handles issues and contemporary practices aligned to business ethics with a brief perspective on the HR practices to make ethics in business stronger. Business ethics Overview Functional business areas Finance paradigm Human

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3 hours ago THE INCIDENCE OF SEXUAL assault in the United States is alarming. Every year, an estimated 300 000 women are raped 1,2 and 3.7 million are confronted with unwanted sexual activity. 3 In addition, of the approximately 900 000 children who are maltreated each year, 9% are sexually abused. 4. The physical and mental health problems experienced by survivors make sexual

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Just Now New laws. The Government introduces most plans for new laws, with many included in the Queen's Speech at the opening of each session of Parliament, and changes to existing laws. However, new laws can originate from an MP or a Lord. Emergency issues such as the threat of terrorism, pressure on the Government to update old laws and case law in

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1. It’s like having another set of parents who think you’re purely awesome. Your in-laws love you almost like they gave birth to you (except not because that would mean you’re in an incestuous relationship, ew).
2. They will probably babysit for free. I haven’t produced any children yet, so I have yet to find out if my mother-in-law will be cool with hanging out with my future babes.
3. They will do most things for free, actually. In-laws are just as altruistic as your own parents, if not more. If your car breaks down and no one else is around, your in-laws will totally help you out.
4. Holidays are so much better with them around, especially if your parents aren’t close to you. I’m basically the only family my husband has here in California, and that can be kind of lonesome for him sometimes.
5. They most likely will take your side if you go to them for advice about your relationship. Obviously, if you’ve like, burned your house down in a jealous rage don’t expect any sympathy from anyone.
6. Because hanging out with them is like hanging out with older, wiser versions of your SO. My parents are really Russian and really intense, and my husband's mom is really into those white, chalky angel figurines and has an entire collection at her house.
7. You get to look through old photos of your boo with them. Who else will procure an endless supply of dorky high school photos and insanely sweet baby pictures for you to wade through?

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5 hours ago Minimum wages have been defined as “the minimum amount of remuneration that an employer is required to pay wage earners for the work performed during a given period, which cannot be reduced by collective agreement or an individual contract”. 1 This definition refers to the binding nature of minimum wages, regardless of the method of fixing them. Minimum wages can be …

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Just Now Discuss the reasons why governments sometimes choose to control prices and the consequences of price control policies. So far in this chapter and in the previous chapter, we have learned that markets tend to move toward their equilibrium prices and quantities.

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1. Law is a social science grows and develops with the growth and development of society. New developments in society create new problems and law is required to deal with those problems. According dictionary definition of Law, it means a rule established by authority or by custom. It regulates the behaviors of a community, Country, etc. In other words, it is the legislative pronouncements of the rules which should guide one’s action in society. To say, it is a rule of action to which human beings conduct must conform.

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1. International labour standards are first and foremost about the development of people as human beings. In the Declaration of Philadelphia(1944), the international community recognized that “labour is not a commodity”. Labour is not an inanimate product, like an apple or a television set, that can be negotiated for the highest profit or the lowest price. Work is part of everyone’s daily life and is crucial to a person’s dignity, well-being and development as a human being. Economic development should include the creation of jobs and working conditions in which people can work in freedom, safety and dignity. In short, economic development is not undertaken for its own sake, but to improve the lives of human beings. International labour standards are there to ensure that it remains focused on improving the life and dignity of men and women. Decent work resumes the aspirations of humans in relation to work. It brings together access to productive and suitably remunerated work, safety at...

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9 hours ago Of course, you’d rather buy it from me for $800, but there are three reasons why my charging a higher price isn’t obviously wrong. First, remember, you don’t have to buy it from me for $1,300. If that’s more than you think the generator is worth, you’re free to walk on by.

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9 hours ago The first law of thermodynamics suggests that we can't get something for nothing. It allows us to build an apparatus that does work, but it places important restrictions on that apparatus. It says that we have to be willing to pay a price in terms of a loss of either heat or internal energy for any work we ask the system to do.

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5 hours ago At once, this demonstrates the ability to understand the infinite, to manipulate natural laws, to create and – ultimately – free will. Everything about our existence speaks to the fact that we have free will. Now for the most important aspect of free will. It is free will. That means you control what you think and believe.

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1 hours ago 1. Law plays an important indirect role in regard to social change by shaping a direct impact on society. For example: A law setting up a compulsory educational system. 2. On the other hand, law interacts in many cases indirectly with basic social institutions in a manner constituting a direct relationship between law and social change.

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5 hours ago A pickle or wedge of cheese would be sold at an inflated price accompanied by a free drink—the law, of course, banned only the sale of alcohol. Despite the persistent difficulties in enforcement, and varying degrees of control imposed by the states, the first wave of the temperance movement (1825 to 1855) did accomplish dramatic reductions in

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2 hours ago Answer: What is price fixing, and why is it against the law? This is really two questions. And the only reason I am answering it is to give my own summary opinion regarding the second one. Far too many Quora questions of the “What is _____?” …

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6 hours ago The Law of One Price in International Trade: A Critical Review Dragan Miljkovic The law of one price (LOP) is one of the most frequently tested economic laws. Although called a law, it has probably been violated more than any other economic law (on the basis of the results of numerous empirical studies).

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7 hours ago Predatory or Below-Cost Pricing. Can prices ever be "too low?" The short answer is yes, but not very often. Generally, low prices benefit consumers. Consumers are harmed only if below-cost pricing allows a dominant competitor to knock its rivals out of the market and then raise prices to above-market levels for a substantial time.

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4 hours ago The current system does not tie service to ability to pay. So the most important mechanism for determining free market price is not available. There is no reason to expect efficiency here, and no reason to think that the market in organs will be adopted as long as we have this approach.

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1 hours ago “Not only does the universe have its own laws, all of them indifferent to the contradictory dreams and desires of humanity, and in the formulation of which we contribute not one iota, apart, that is, from the words by which we clumsily name them, but everything seems to indicate that it uses these laws for aims and objectives that transcend and always will transcend our understanding.”

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3 hours ago Trade Policy. Policymakers must be constantly reminded of the benefits of free trade and the costs of protectionism. Free trade is the extension of …

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4 hours ago The prices are low. A high-school essay or a research paper delivered in two weeks will cost you $10.80 per page, and the price for a …

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Is it legal for a firm to price below its own costs?

Sometimes the low-pricing firm is simply more efficient. Pricing below your own costs is also not a violation of the law unless it is part of a strategy to eliminate competitors, and when that strategy has a dangerous probability of creating a monopoly for the discounting firm so that it can raise prices far into the future and recoup its losses.

How does the law of supply work for a decrease in prices?

The law works similarly for a decrease in prices. The law of supply depicts the producer’s behavior that when the price of a good rises, the tendency is to increase supply because there is now more profit to be earned. On the other hand, when prices fall, the producer will decrease production due to a reduced economic opportunity.

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Generally, low prices benefit consumers. Consumers are harmed only if below-cost pricing allows a dominant competitor to knock its rivals out of the market and then raise prices to above-market levels for a substantial time.

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