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  • [[Category:Economics]] ... sense, the term "Chicago School" is associated with a particular brand of economics which adheres strictly to [[neoclassical economic theory]] in its economic
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  • [[Category:Economics]] ...my]] and [[economics]] from the ancient world right up to the present day. Economics was not considered a separate discipline until the nineteenth century. [[Ar
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  • [[Category:Economics]] '''Classical economics''' is widely regarded as the first modern school of [[history of economic t
    38 KB (5,925 words) - 21:24, 28 November 2008
  • [[Category:Economics]] ...e condition of willing workers lacking jobs or "gainful employment." In [[economics]], unemployment [[statistics]] measure the condition and extent of joblessn
    30 KB (4,444 words) - 00:01, 24 April 2008
  • ...ury and applied Austrian analysis to historical topics such as the [[Great Depression]] of 1929 and the history of American [[banking]]. ..., the source of [[value (economics)|value]] is not found in human [[labor (economics)|labor]], but involves a subjective construct in the human mind. Despite hi
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  • [[Category:Economics]] ...], with out-of-control inflation, and catastrophic [[depression (economic)|depression]]s. As humankind develops greater maturity, learning to live for the sake o
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  • ...y''' (January 5, 1767 – November 15, 1832) was a [[France|French]] [[economics|economist]] and [[business]]man. He had classically liberal views and argue ... [[Adam Smith]]'s book and fell in with a group of ''[[laissez-faire]]'' [[economics|economists]], known as the ''[[ideologues]]'' who sought to relaunch the sp
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  • ... process model uses the acronym "ROSIE" to define a five-step process of research, objectives, strategies, implementation and evaluation.<ref>Sheila C. Crifa ...on verbatim, or alter it as they see fit. Public relations practitioners research and write releases that encourage journalists to lift the information as di
    32 KB (4,754 words) - 08:11, 16 June 2019
  • [[Image:~SPAIN3.JPG|thumb|300px|Male Spanish officials strip search an American woman tourist in Cuba looking for messages from rebels; front p ...fic enough. The island was in a terrible economic [[depression (economics)|depression]], and Spanish general Valeriano Weyler, sent to crush the rebellion, herde
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  • ...ar reparations to the victors of World War I and the impact of the [[Great Depression]] undermined public enthusiasm for this Republic, itself hastily constructe ...e help of the President's emergency decrees. During that time, the [[Great Depression]] reached its lowpoint. In line with liberal economic theory that less publ
    57 KB (8,545 words) - 23:17, 9 August 2013
  • [[Category:Economics]] ... to its failure to avoid, with accusations of contributing to, the [[Great Depression]] and other extreme instabilities in the [[business cycle]] in the twentiet
    32 KB (4,935 words) - 20:34, 4 April 2017
  • ...who suffered with mental problems. In the past 70 years infant and child research and new discoveries in adults have led to further modification of theory. D ...the cause of neurotic symptoms&mdash;[[phobia]]s, compulsions, obsessions, depressions, and "hysterical" conversions&mdash;among others, suggesting that such pro
    47 KB (6,498 words) - 07:27, 16 June 2019
  • ...930s, which was particularly severe in Japan, is referred to as the "Showa Depression." ...War I, and the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, and the world wide economic depression of 1929 intensified the crisis. The election of Kato Komei as Prime Ministe
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  • ...s origins. [[Soviet Union|Soviet]] propaganda insisted Hitler was a Jew; research suggests that it is unlikely that he had Jewish ancestors. Historians such ...dmitted to a field hospital, temporarily blinded by a poison gas attack. Research by Bernhard Horstmann indicates the blindness may have been the result of a
    75 KB (11,534 words) - 21:02, 1 February 2019
  • ...on business cycles was one of the principles behind modern [[New Classical economics|New Classical]] [[business cycle]] theory; and he played a role in introduc ...bergen]], Ragnar Frisch was a joint winner of the 1969 [[Nobel Prize]] for Economics.
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  • ...rent success in restoring full employment after the ravages of the [[Great Depression]] (achieved mainly through the reintroduction of [[conscription]], a policy ...eich Air Ministry]], and [[Arvid Harnack]], an official in the Ministry of Economics, both self-identified communists but not apparently KPD members. The group
    79 KB (12,448 words) - 20:20, 20 June 2017
  • {{see|Economics of fascism}} ...deology as a "{{dn|Third way|third way}}" between capitalism and [[Marxian economics|Marxian socialism]].<ref>Philip Morgan. ''Fascism in Europe, 1919–1945.''
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  • ...iod, Chamberlain founded and became the first head of the [[Conservative Research Department]]. ...in was preparing Britain for the time when Britain would emerge out of the depression. By 1938 Britain was in the best position for rearmament, as thanks to this
    55 KB (8,451 words) - 16:37, 16 November 2018
  • ...tates of America|U.S.]] [[economics|economist]]. He won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1982. ...y. He combined a gift for writing with the ability to conduct innovative research. His deep understanding of the ideas of the great economists of the past ga
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  • ...h Liberation War]] in 1971, owing to the West Pakistani Army's [[Operation Searchlight]], more than ten million [[Bengal]]is fled to neighboring India. ...eople who have been uprooted from their homes come to the United States in search of safe haven. They may be detained by the U.S. government, often until the
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