Arbitration, Microeconomics

Arbitration

The use of a third party to describe between two sides dead locked in a negotiation. The arbitrator's decision can be binding or not binding, as before agreed upon by the negotiating parties.

Posted Date: 10/15/2012 2:23:19 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Arbitration, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Arbitration, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Arbitration Discussions

Write discussion on Arbitration
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Economies of scale are advantages obtained from a company becoming large and diseconomies of scale are additional costs inflicted because a firm has become very large.  The causes

All about matter

Problem 1: (a) Explain the meaning of poverty. Briefly explain how poverty is measured? (b) Clearly explain the relationship between Poverty, Inequality and Economic Growt

supply and demand



Negative profit  FC + VC > R(q) MR > MC    Indicates higher profit at the higher output - Question: Why is profit negative when the output is zero? - Outp

Criteria of a Good Forecasting Method: 1. Simplicity : and Ease of Comprehension: Management must be able to understand and have confidence in the techniques used compli


What is meant by dumping? Dumping is when a producing country dumps goods on foreign markets at a price lower than either the price on the home market or below the cost (HL: ma