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Timpane, Michael – 1978
Educational productivity offers a perspective but not a solution for many of the problems in American education. Because education produces several different products, several kinds of educational policy outcomes can be defined as productivity increases. These include improving classroom methods, curriculum structure, curriculum content,…
Descriptors: Education, Educational Planning, Educational Policy, Efficiency
Economic Research Service (USDA), Washington, DC. – 1987
Mandatory restrictions on agricultural production continue to be suggested as an alternative policy for reducing price-depressing surplus production, increasing farm income, and cutting farm program costs. A mandatory production control program (MPCP) can be implemented through two methods: (1) acreage allotments, which restrict individual farmers…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Agricultural Production, Agriculture, Consumer Economics
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Lepkowski, Wil – Chemical and Engineering News, 1977
Describes a train of thought which advocates the use of the second law of thermodynamics in energy and economic policy considerations. (CP)
Descriptors: Economics, Efficiency, Energy, Policy Formation