human value


Related Problems:
Restriction of free market competition by transnational corporations
Loss of water to industrial uses
Increasing proportion of land surface devoted to urbanization
Corporate smear campaigns
Religious rivalry
Culture-denying competition
Unbridled competition
Declining international competitiveness
Export credit competition
Inadequate adjustment assistance to industries and labour affected by export competition
Interspecific competition
Unbridled academic competition
Intraspecific competition
Superpower rivalry
Ineffective university faculty members
Unbridled economic competition in communist systems
Competition between reason and faith
Reduction in demand for primary commodities due to technological change
Competition for scarce patients
Unbridled competition for land
Proliferation of strategic nuclear weapons
Misuse of international forums
Unbridled competition in capitalist systems
Unfair competition
Import competition from low-wage countries
Unbridled competition among international NGOs for scarce resources
Unconstrained free trade
Restricted growth in export markets
Discrimination against men in sports
Unfair contests
Intranational competition
Unbridled economic competition
Commercialization of universities
Political rivalry
Unbridled competition among international organizations for scarce resources
Decline in commercial competition due to entrance barriers
Discrimination against women in sports
Unbridled competition among government agencies
Labour displacement due to import competition
Unbridled competition among states
Identifying competition
Identifying competition
Resolving competing land use requirements
Fostering competition
Strengthening technological competition
Fostering creative corporate competition
Encouraging individual competitive acts
Stimulating creative local competition
Enabling competitive wage initiatives
Deregulating commerce
Reducing national rivalry
Reducing rivalry among international organizations
Investigating academic competition
Curtailing unfettered competition
Reducing intensity of academic competition
Reducing intensity of economic competition
Reducing intensity of political competition
Reducing intensity of competition for aid funding
Reducing intensity of competition for scarce resources
Reducing intensity of competition in capitalist systems
Reducing intensity of competition among social agencies
Reducing intensity of competition among missionary bodies
Reducing intensity of economic competition in communist systems
Encouraging academic competition
Encouraging political competition
Encouraging competition between states
Encouraging competition in capitalist systems
Competing for exports
Decreasing competition for export markets
Providing impartiality of competition judges
Abstaining from fair competition judges
Limiting technical innovation
Increasing competition from low-wage countries
Lowering competition from low-wage countries
Ensuring fair competition
Safeguarding competition
Promoting gymnastics competition
Restricting competition
Meeting competition
Obstructing free competition
Promoting open competition
Promoting free competition
Freeing competition
Conditions of trade
Type Classification:
C: Constructive values