economic value

  1. the amount (of money or goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else
    he tried to estimate the value of the produce at normal prices
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How To Use economic value In A Sentence

  • The worst of the fallacy is the assumption that “worth” means only economic value, without any other factor interfering, and, as you note, that “worth” based on economic value in the current cultural environment somehow trumps any other consideration. Matthew Yglesias » Hispanics and Crime
  • I want to plant the slopes of the hills with trees of economic value.
  • Money is supposed to convey information about the economic value of a product or service.
  • Also in the early 1980s Dr. Myers documented the economic value of species and their genetic resources as start-point materials for pharmaceuticals including anti-cancer drugs, new foods, natural pesticides, and raw materials for industry ranging from oils and gums to plastics and latexes. Contributor: Norman Myers
  • Particularly in this society, where consumption drives the economic system and where economic values shape even family and church decision-making, the idolatrous dimension of mammon is both ubiquitous and subtle.
  • The nelumbos differ from the nymphaeas in their botanical make-up and they are grown in eastern countries on account of the economic value of the roots and seeds which are eaten.
  • Bamboo is an important forest resources, with wide distribution, growing faster, uses more advanced features of ecological and economic value, known as "green gold.
  • As noted elsewhere in the blogosphere, the enhanced economic value delivered by residents and businesses who pioneered the area and created a viable community that forms the basis for the desirability of the underlying land in the first place is reduced to a preferentially and not adversarially assigned value. Has the Court "erased the Public Use Clause from our Constitution"?
  • This expansion is a microcosm of the U.S. financial sector, with ballooning assets of indeterminable true economic value.
  • The price of wheat middlings might have a greater impact on the comparative economic value of DF than the cost per unit of the feedstuffs that the DF replaces in the diet of the cow.
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