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What are royalties?
Royalties are sums paid to a creator or participant in an artistic work based on sales of the work.
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Define fixed cost.
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In economics, fixed costs, indirect costs or overheads are business expenses that are not dependent on the level of goods or services produced by the business.
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Explain the term rationing.
Weegy: Rationing; The artificial restriction of raw materials, goods or services. Rationing commonly occurs when governments fear a shortage and want to make sure people have access to necessities, such as after a natural disaster or during a war. Governments can also impose rationing in the face of failed policies such as central planning, or may be forced to use rationing as a result of shortages. User: what is a supply shock Weegy: Supply shock is a sudden change of the price of a commodity or service. (More)
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a share representing a portion of ownership in a corporation
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A share representing a portion of ownership in a corporation. TRUE.
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What is a two-tier wage system?
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A two-tier wage system refers to pay structure in which different wage scales are set for senior workers and for new workers.
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A two-tier wage system is a pay structure in which different wage scales are set for senior workers and for new workers. Found usually in firms with strong union presence.
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A glass ceiling is a political term used to describe "the unseen, yet unbreakable barrier that keeps minorities and women from rising to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder, regardless of their qualifications or achievements."
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