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Bus/Financial - Management / mergers
|English term or phrase: asset advantage|
|How about what might be called "asset advantage"?|
Asset advantage comes from owing something that is rare, or even unique. Obviously, this includes extractive industries , such as mining, oil and gas development, and wood pulp. But less obviously, it includes industries like retailing and lodging, Sometimes, even the players within these industries musunderstand their asset advantage.
2 days17 hrs confidence:
ma ne znam, mislim da su i oni ovdje izmisljali izraz, samo predlazem
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Native speaker of: Croatian
|Notes to answerer|
|Asker: pronađoh još malo primjera evo o čemu se radi ali nemam ideju kako to na hrvatski prevesti
The ramifications of these common law principles are evident in racial and gender
income disparity. For example, the vast majority of women and people of color in many
western developed nations do not have resources, i.e., assets, which are controlled primarily
by white men. Thus, those with the major amount of assets can invest and continue to
generate income for themselves and their families, income that is not based on their own wage
work. The continuation of privileges, benefits and inheritance, in turn, creates ongoing
“entitlement,” in both a legal and sociological sense. They and their children have choices that
those without resources simply do not have.
Ignoring this asset imbalance and the privilege that comes from “asset advantage,”
mainstream legal discourse focuses on “equal opportunity” within the formal sector wage
work force for those previously discriminated against because of disability, sexual orientation,
gender or race (see generally Oliver, M. and Shapiro, T. 1995). Those without assets are
treated as if they were on an equal footing within the formal sector wage-work setting.|
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