| | |

Archive search


Fulltext search
Advanced filter

ENGEL’S APPROACH AS A TOOL FOR ESTIMATING CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR

Renata Benda-Prokeinová, Kamil Dobeš, Ladislav Mura, Ján Buleca

Consumer’s preferences and wealth (income, resources) are viewed as exogenous quantities in the neoclassical theory. Methodological individualism, rational behaviour, equilibrium and perfect information of consumer are the further features of this concept.
more

CLASSIFICATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY EFFECTS: THE CASE OF CANADIAN CITIES

Dimitrios Giannias, Eleni Sfakianaki

Environmental amenities have been associated with economic development since earliest time; for example, Egypt and Mesopotamia developed in the river valleys of the Nile, Tigris and Euphrates in the ancient times, mainly because the environment in these valleys was favorable for agriculture. Although man-made facilities are often needed to complement a natural environment, resorts such as Greek Islands and Florida beaches are, in effect, selling a type of environment peculiar to the locality in which they are situated.
more

Models of Consumer´s Choice

Karel Šrédl, Alexandr Soukup, Lucie Severová

In the modern market economy where the supply exceeds demand, the importance of the "consumer's behaviour in the market analysis"continuously increases. Consumer’s preferences are viewed as exogenous variables in a neoclassical theory. They are not explained in a framework of the concept but are viewed as given ones.
more

?
NAPOVEDA
reguired
Language