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  • ...g the basis of economic models from the [[labor theory of value]] to the [[utility]] of [[goods]], [[Neoclassical economics]] sought to erect a positive, math ==The marginal revolution==
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  • ... having difficulties, he continued his scientific activity, feeling that research, not jewelry, was his real calling. He published several papers in [[probab ...titute of Economics at the University of Oslo and became its Director of Research. He also founded the first econometric laboratory there. He became a full p
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  • ...'' First, he provided systematic clarification of the theory of [[marginal utility]], and second he advanced a new reconstruction of [[welfare economics]] and ... search for 'conspiracies,' as misguided as the results often are, means a search for motives, and an attribution of individual responsibility for the histor
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  • ...e Rosen Publishing Group, 2004. ISBN 082393828X), 52</ref> although some researchers, such as Karl Julius Beloch, argue that the dispatch of such a great fle ...a.org/sol-bin/search.pl?login=guest&enlogin=guest&db=REAL&field=adlerhw_gr&searchstr=alpha,4202 Aspasia]</ref><ref name="P32">Plutarch, ''Pericles,'' [[s:Liv
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  • For many countries, ecotourism is not simply a marginal activity to finance protection of the [[natural environment|environment]], ...ckley, "Research note: A framework for ecotourism, " ''Annals of Tourism Research'' 21(1994), issue 3:661–669. </ref> The tourist industry and governments,
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  • ...is more famous, however, for encouraging [[U.V. Swaminatha Iyer]] to go in search of Tamil books that had been lost for centuries. [[Gopalakrishna Bharathi]] ...hical undertone. Madhaviah tells his story in a more realistic way, with a searching criticism of upper caste society, particularly the sexual exploitation o
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  • ...red the public arena in fields such as politics, business and scientific research. Contemporary Indian feminists are fighting for individual autonomy, politi ...of oppression from that of white women.<ref name=walker>Alice Walker. ''In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens.'' (Phoenix, 2005. ISBN 9780753819609)</ref>
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  • ...cks showed that [[value]] could be understood without having to quantify [[utility]]. He also contributed to [[welfare economics]], developing a way to compar ...rummond Professor of [[Political Economy]] (1952-1965), and finally as a research fellow of [[All Souls College]] (1965-1971).
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  • ===Search and destroy=== ...nt," and pledged himself to devoting the rest of his term in office to the search for peace in Vietnam. Johnson announced that he was limiting bombing of Nor
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  • ...fe in a philosophical sense, but some studies bear on related questions. Researchers in [[positive psychology]] study factors that lead to life satisfaction ...(and every other type of animal as well). Again, science is limited to the search for elements that promote the purpose of a specific life form (individuals
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  • ...n|buffalo]] and the removal of the [[Native American]]s to reservations on marginal land in the mid-nineteenth century. Much of the Great Plains became open ra ...previously farmed in similar circumstances in what is now [[Ukraine]] were marginally more successful than the average homesteader.
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  • ...ave few, if any, legitimate uses. These may only be produced or used for research, medical, pharmaceutical or protective purposes (that is, testing of chemic ...elopment of modern chemical warfare in World War I, nations have pursued research and development on chemical weapons that falls into four major categories:
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  • ...cotland|Scottish]] patriot. Wayne, being a playboy, was a man of gentry. I searched for a name that would suggest colonialism. I tried Adams, Hancock … the ...aid.<ref name = "vapzdg">Daniels (1999), 29.</ref> Batman's characteristic utility belt was introduced in ''Detective Comics'' #29 (July 1939), followed by th
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  • ...t known for a series of novels and the modernist play, ''Six Characters in Search of an Author.'' This play demonstrates the impact of [[relativism]] in mode ...o Niccomedi'' staged, at the Valle di Roma, the play ''[[Six Characters in Search of an Author|Sei Personaggi in Cerca d'Autore]]''. It was a clamorous failu
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  • ...icipal boroughs). From its 1860 78 km² (30.1 mi²), these limits expanded marginally to 86.9 km² in the 1920s, and in 1929 the Bois de Boulogne and Bois de V ... des Hautes Études Commerciales,'' ESSEC, INSEAD, etc.), world famous [[research laboratories]] (in [[Saclay]] or [[Évry]]), the largest [[sport stadium]]
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  • ...nded [[Joseon]].<ref name="Joongang126">Pyun-soon Jang, 123-132 </ref> In search of a justification for its rule given the lack of a royal bloodline, the ne ...rs, who had a maximum range of about 500 m. Still, the bow had significant utility with a short reload time (six arrows could be shot while an arquebus/musket
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  • ...ortation center. Other key industries include information technology and research, government services, mining, and tourism. Utah is home to five national pa ...ur trader]]s traveling throughout the west established their own trails in search of [[beaver]] for pelts to be made into popular hats in [[U.S.]] and [[Euro
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  • ...ion, or "productive agency," arguing instead that value derives from its [[utility]], or capacity to satisfy the desires or needs of the consumer (Say 1803). # higher wages result in higher average and marginal costs of production,
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  • Civilians interned by the Japanese were treated marginally better than the prisoners of war, but their death rates were the same. Al ...leksandr Solzhenitsyn, who later wrote ''The Gulag Archipelago,'' is being searched at a checkpoint.]]
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  • ...wide variety of civilian and commercial applications as well. They include search and rescue, emergency medical service, [[firefighting]], commercial aviatio ...d wing aircraft. Sikorsky is reported to have delayed his own helicopter research until suitable engines were commercially available. Improvements in [[fuel]
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