incentives <span>margin </span> <span>markets </span> <span>scarcity </span> The term that is most closely related to trade-off, from the list above, is: scarcity. Scarcity is the condition that moves the trade-offs, it determines the quantity of each product you need or have. So, for example, if you need a product that you don't have enough and another that you have in excess, you can exchange it with someone that have interest in your product and has the one that you need.
Comparative advantage can be defined as acompany which has higher credit rating pays less to raise funds. Therefore, the "comparative advantage" argument for the popularity of interest rate swaps is that poorly rated firms may be pushed to borrowing in the based on the assumption floating rate market while their first choice is fixed is TRUE
Jonah discovered through his research that which centered around; examining the environmental impact of the ethanol earlier discussed, the product's life cycle, it's extraction and raw material processing techniques, manufacturing, distribution, use, recycling, and final disposal. The Life Cycle Analysis of Ethanol studies carried out by Jonah helped him to dispute what the manager at CornBlend Fuels told him concerning ethanol.