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VŠE 2AJ20X (angličtina)

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Word-building

Glossary: test_12-14

an official list of companies
point that represents such a combination we cannot obtain because of the limited amout of money
the percentage change in quantity demanded equals the percentage change in demand
a firm thattakes the form of an independent legal entity with ownership divided into equal shares and owner's liability limited to his/her investment in the firm
the percentage change in quantity demanded divided by the percentage change in price
a schedule or a curve that shows various combinations of two products a consumer can purchase with a specific money income
a business organisation owned and run by a society of persons or of groups of persons whose aim is not to make a profit but to give benefits to the members
a group of persons elected by the memers (shareholders) of a company to carry on the management of the company, often called simply “the board”
a person or group of persons recognised by law as having a separate legal eistence with his or its own rights and duties
a curve which curves inwards
the percentage change in quantity demended is greater than the percentage change in price
an unincorporated (unregistered) association of two or more persons carrying on buseness together for the purpose of making a profit
the fact that the losses of owners of the business are limited to the value of their investment
shows a system of indifference curves
the fact that if the business goes bankrupt, the owner is personally liable for the debts of the firm
a curve which curves outwards
(see Joint stock company) - a form of business organisation which has its capital divided into many small units of stock or into shares so that they may be bought by small and large investors. The financial liability of members is limited by law.
a curve that shows all combinations of two products which bring the same utility to the consumer
a limited company which must not invite the public to subscribe for its shares of debentures, and does not allow its members to transfer their shares without the agreement of the other shareholders
in Britain, a state-owned organisation that manages a nationalised industry or a public service; in the USA any corporation (company) in which the government owns a controlling interest
(see Sole trader) - a form of businness organisation where the entrepreneur owns his own business, manages its affairs, provides the capital and bears all the risks
a form of businness organisation where the entrepreneur owns his own business, manages its affairs, provides the capital and bears all the risks
the amount of one good the consumer must sacrifice to increase the quantity of the other good by one unit without changing the total utility
the percentage change in quantity demanded is lower than the percentage change in price
a limited company which can offer its shares and debentures to the public, there is normally no limit to the right of its members to transfer their shares to other persons
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