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Economic decisions in space and time

Robert W. Grubbstro m

Economic decisions in space and time

theoretical and experimental inquiries into the causes of economic motion.

by Robert W. Grubbstro m

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Published by BAS in Gothenberg .
Written in English


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SeriesGothenberg studies in business administration -- 19
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Open LibraryOL14596926M

Space Strategy in the 21st Century book. Theory and Policy. Space Strategy in the 21st Century. DOI link for Space Strategy in the 21st Century. but it becomes difficult to identify and execute long-term programs and projects and to optimize the use of space for security, economic, civil, and environmental ends. Strategy is essential for. Rocket flights get cheaper by the mids, driving demand to space; the first space hotels open by , with the first space-based music video and .

space economics and commerce appear in the research and trade literature, each of which sheds light on different aspects of the subject. the Uses and abuses of economic data. to gauge the economic impact of space activities, it is frequently desirable to provide quantitative measures. 7. as with many other efforts to quantify social activities.   Andrews (Andrews Space, Seattle) and colleagues Gordon Woodcock (Space America Inc.) and Brian Bloudek have been putting together a scenario for near-term commercialization of space, one that takes a hard-headed look at the economic drivers that humans need to make their presence beyond Earth sustainable.

You face scarcity of money, time, and space in your stomach, and must therefore make a choice of just one item on the menu. Your decision to order the sandwich has an explicit cost of $7 and an opportunity cost of the value of your second best choice. You don’t get to eat the salad. As we expand human presence into the solar system through robotic and crewed exploration, NASA is also looking at ways to encourage commercial use of space.


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