1. In trade policy, this refers to special advantages, such as lower-than-MFN tariffs, accorded to another country's exports, usually in order to promote that country's development. See GSP. 2. In trade theory, this refers to the attitudes of consumers toward different goods, as represented by a utility function. Some propositions in trade theory u...Found on http://www-personal.umich.edu/~alandear/glossary/p.html
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When their child transfers from one phase to another (e.g. from primary to secondary), parents may specify, in order of preference, the schools they would like their child to attend.
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A property of the agents (individuals) in many economics models. The property is the ability to compare any two bundles of goods and to prefer one over the other. Usually this ability is presumed to be stable over time. The ability is presumed to be behind the observed behavior of individuals who make choices, and we can then make theories about th...Found on http://www.econterms.com/glossary.cgi?query=preferences
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