human value

Distortion

Other Names:
Distortions
Distorted
Distortionary
Related Problems:
Distortion
Fabricated quotations
Unfair competition
False evidence
Distortionary tax systems
Distorted media presentations
Biased recall
International aid paternalism
Distortion in international trade
Short-term profit maximization
Discrimination against women by the sciences
Recipient distortion of foreign aid
Distortion of indicators of achievement
Competitive distortion of musical pitch
Distorted exclusiveness of social groups
Misrepresentation of geographical information
Inherent patriarchal distortion of planning
Distortion of international trade by dumping
Deception by government
Deliberate lying by corporation officials
Restrictive business practices
Distortion in intergovernmental organizations by mini-state membership
Distortion of international trade through obstacles to patent protection
Distortion of international trade as a result of government participation
Preferential trade arrangements
Discriminatory exchange rate policies
Distortion of life in society
Distortion of democratic procedures within international organizations
Prohibitive death duties
Distortion of United Nations system by factional interests
World tension in oil and petroleum crises
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory application of antidumping regulations
Distortion of truth by evolution of language
Distortion of international trade by restrictive customs valuation practices
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory formulation of health and sanitary regulations for agricultural and pharmaceutical products
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory requirements with respect to product standards and measures
Ineffective university faculty members
Distortion of international trade by restrictive controls on movement of labour
Abuse of the idea of justice
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory government and private procurement policies
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory customs and administrative entry procedures
Distortion of national economies from food subsidies
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory requirements with respect to marks of product origin
Distortion of international trade by state-trading and government monopoly practices
Distortion of international trade by embargoes
Distortion of international trade by selective indirect taxes and import charges
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory formulation of equipment safety regulations
Corporation financial secrecy
Creative accounting
Distortion of international trade by export subsidies and countervailing duties
Distortion of international trade by minimum pricing regulations and other measures to regulate domestic prices
Subjects:
Distortion
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values