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  • When we work in the market we can take advantage of the division of labour.

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  • It is not enough to say that specialisation and the division of labour yield enormous economic benefits.

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  • The division of labour, the specialisation of it and the trade in the resultant production makes everyone richer.

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  • As Adam Smith pointed out, the bigger the market, the greater the scope for the division of labour.

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  • Signs of division of labour come only with the arrival of modern humans into Europe around 40, 000 years ago.

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  • This article is based in part on a blog post that appeared on Division of Labour in August 2008.

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  • That it was division of labour which gave modern humanity its edge over the Neanderthals is not a completely new idea.

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  • Your argument and the statistical assessment squarely reflects the Islamic point of view on the division of labour between men and women.

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  • Then came that development of the grid which meant that it was better, more efficient, to go with the division of labour.

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  • Co-operation would nonetheless quickly break down if individuals could enjoy the advantages of division of labour without making a contribution of their own.

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  • The assumption is that the brothers have worked out a division of labour, in which Fidel will expound on global issues and let his brother govern.

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  • Yet modern man engages in the sharing of tasks and in an extremely elaborate division of labour with strangers that is, with genetically unrelated members of his species.

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  • Joint leadership may also work well in the tech world because there is an obvious division of labour between technologically minded product managers and sales and marketing types.

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  • What of the advantages of specialisation and division of labour?

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  • The requirements for such co-operation, and hence for modern economic life, which is founded on specialisation and an infinitely elaborated division of labour, are more demanding than you might suppose.

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  • The limitation to how much division of labour you can get, how much specialisation, and thus how much increased production you can have to trade is the size of the market.

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  • Ever stronger trade links between rich and would-be rich countries will mean a reshuffle in the division of labour around the world, creating new jobs and destroying or displacing existing ones.

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  • Dr Kuhn and Dr Stiner suggest that division of labour actually originated in a warmer part of the world Africa seems most likely where plant foods could be gathered profitably all year round.

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  • The efficient division of labour requires a tight schedule.

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  • How far will this digital division of labour go?

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  • For a real solution to its problems, Airbus must take more drastic action, such as doing away with the politically motivated division of labour between German, French, Spanish and British production sites.

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  • What it does do, though, is shift the power to plan the day from the consultant to the hospital manager - and in most other organisations this division of labour, makes perfect sense.

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  • The division of labour runs thus: the younger Takenaka, Kenji, chisels the cherry-wood blocks to old designs and new ones of his own invention, while his father Seihachi runs off the prints by hand, one by one.

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  • But the division of labour is fuzzy.

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  • But for strategists grappling with the diminished safety of the world's seas off east Africa and in other perilous spots such as South-East Asia and the waters of Nigeria figuring out a sensible and workable division of labour between navies and private firms is not easy.

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  • What this suggests is a natural division of labour: a trouser maker could assemble average-sized khakis in volume in Mexico, but make special sizes such as narrow waists or long inseams in the United States, offering fast turnaround for retailers and less risk of overstocking.

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  • But as humans brought the idea of division of labour north, the female side of the bargain gave the species a significant advantage by providing fallback foods when big game was scarce and allowing more people to inhabit a given piece of land in times of plenty.

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  • Go back all the way to Adam Smith and the point of trade is the division and specialisation of labour that it allows.

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  • Bureaucracies have flourished because their efficient and rational division and application of labour is powerful.

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