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  • {{History of economic thought}} ...de]] policy to further the national interest. The modern political economy of [[Adam Smith]] appeared during the [[industrial revolution]], when technolo
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  • {{History of economic thought}} ...ht|economic thought]]. The term "classical" refers to work done by a group of economists in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Its major developers
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  • ...that are essential to economic health will become clearer. The development of the monetarist approach can be seen as an important step in that process, a ...h and sought a stable equilibrium between the supply of and the demand for money to bring about such well-being.
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  • ...r]], the growth of [[London]], [[fiscal policy|fiscal theory]], [[monetary theory]], [[national income|national income accounting]], [[economic statistics]]| ...minent under King [[Charles II of England|Charles II]] and King [[James II of England|James II]], as did many others who had served Cromwell.
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  • {{History of economic thought}} ...malism and willing to forgo careful general equilibrium reasoning in favor of more results-oriented partial equilibrium analysis.
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  • ...nstead that value derives from its ability to satisfy the desires or needs of the consumer. ... insurance company in [[Paris]] run by Clavière (later to become Minister of Finance).
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  • ...historical topics such as the [[Great Depression]] of 1929 and the history of American [[banking]]. ...e that needs to be changed, for as Rothbard himself recognized, the source of [[value (economics)|value]] is not found in human [[labor (economics)|labor
    36 KB (5,352 words) - 15:33, 31 October 2018
  • ...mist [[Bertil Ohlin]] for their breakthrough work in developing the theory of [[international trade]]. ...various kinds of trade policy, including the welfare effects of regulation of trade.
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  • {{epname|Hoffa, James}} | name = Jimmy Hoffa
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  • :''This page is about the number and digit 0. For other uses of 0 or "zero," see 0'' ...es. It plays a central role in [[mathematics]] as the [[identity element]] of the [[integer]]s, [[real number]]s, and many other [[algebra]]ic structures
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  • ...nt of two relativistic (100[[GeV]]) [[gold]] ions in the [[STAR detector]] of the [[Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider]]. Electrically charged particles are ...[nature]], but can be created and detected during energetic [[collision]]s of other particles, as is done in [[particle accelerator]]s.
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  • ...roller/subjectidsearch?id=8282&startid=3163&width=4&height=2&idx=2 Picture of ‘Michael Faraday’ - British Library Images Online.] [[British Library]] ...mphry Davy]] is considered the equivalent of his doctoral advisor in terms of academic mentorship.}}
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  • ...can Biography]]'' for 1934, called Peirce "the most original and versatile of American philosophers and America's greatest logician"<ref>Joseph Brent (19 ...nce and epistemology. He, in turn, saw logic as a branch of [[semiotics]], of which he is a founder. In 1886, he saw that logical operations could be car
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  • |residence = [[Image:Flag_of_India.svg.png|20px|]] [[India]] |nationality = [[Image:Flag_of_India.svg.png|20px|]] [[India]]n
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  • [[image:Pythia1.jpg|thumb|right|250px|The only surviving image of the Pythia from the ancient world. Berlin Museum (Berlin Mus. 2538).]] ...ry B.C.E.<ref>Catherine Morgan. ''Athletes and Oracles: The Transformation of Olympia and Delphi in the Eighth Century B.C.E.'' (Cambridge University Pre
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  • ... first decade of the twentieth century and continues through the aftermath of [[World War II]]. ...ishima also acted in several movies and co-directed a movie based upon one of his works. Mishima was nominated three times for the [[Nobel Prize]] for li
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  • ... the [[Israelite]]s from [[ancient Egypt]]. It begins on the fifteenth day of [[Nisan]] (on the [[Hebrew calendar]]), normally in the early spring. ...the Pharaoh finally allowed the Israelites to leave Egypt. The ritual meal of the [[Passover Seder]] commemorates this event.
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  • [[Image:Charles II of England.png|thumb|right|280px|[[Charles II of England]]]] ... a periodical artform. The dates for "Restoration literature" are a matter of convention, and they differ markedly from [[literary genre|genre]] to genre
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  • | caption = A scattering of round-brilliant cut diamonds shows off the many reflecting facets. ... America, ''GIA Gem Reference Guide'' (Carlsbad, CA: Gemological Institute of America, 1995, ISBN 0873110196).</ref>
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  • | date_of_birth = January 31, 1797 | place_of_birth = Vienna
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