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  • [[Category:Economics]]]] 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]] The '''Historical school of economics''' was an approach to academic [[economics]] and to public administration that emerged in nineteenth century [[Germany
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  • ...ophy]], and [[law|legal theory]]. He developed and extended the [[Austrian economics]] of [[Ludwig von Mises]], in whose seminar he was a main participant for m ..., 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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  • ...d without having to quantify [[utility]]. He also contributed to [[welfare economics]], developing a way to compare the impact of different policies, regarding ...rrow]], for his contributions to general economic equilibrium theory and [[welfare theory]].
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  • ... Philosophy]], [[Social Philosophy]], [[Philosophy of Law]], [[Ethics]], [[economics]]| insurance]]. Bentham also coined a number of terms used in contemporary economics, such as "international," "maximize," "minimize," and "codification."
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  • ...[economics|economist]]. He was joint winner of the 1977 [[Nobel Prize]] in Economics with the [[Sweden|Swedish]] economist [[Bertil Ohlin]] for their breakthrou ...ffects on economic welfare of various kinds of trade policy, including the welfare effects of regulation of trade.
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  • [[Category:Economics]] ...e condition of willing workers lacking jobs or "gainful employment." In [[economics]], unemployment [[statistics]] measure the condition and extent of joblessn
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  •, the NHS. Consequently, Lloyd George is credited as the founder of the welfare state<ref>"Lloyd George Lloyd George: Founder of the Welfare State] Retrieved May 6, 2007</ref>.
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  • ...>National Geographic, [ Inside Mecca], '''' Retrieved November 9, 2007.</ref> This par ...nsequences for the Nigerian economy. The creation of the National Pilgrims Welfare Board with zonal offices has already been noted. Each zonal office of the B
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  • |[[Working animal|pack animal]], draught, hunting, herding, searching/gathering, watching/guarding, [[meat]] ...odor problems, the potential for [[groundwater]] contamination, and animal welfare concerns.
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  • ...'' to ensure the smooth running of the empire—but also looking after the welfare of visiting ambassadors from tributary nations. The Chinese concept of cour ...n)'' unique to Qing government. This institution originated to oversee the welfare of Qing's Mongolian allies. As the empire expanded, it took over administra
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  • ...remonies as a waste of government funds which could be better spent on the welfare of the people. Mohists favored a meritocracy led by a virtuous monarch and ...itures must be eliminated in order to have more resources to devote to the welfare of the people. Seeking always to bring wealth to the people and order to so
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  • | MottoEnglish = Let the welfare of the people be the supreme law :"The welfare of the people shall be the supreme law"
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  • ...eligion to the Hindu is the eternal search for the divine [[Brahman]], the search to find the One truth that in actuality never was lost, only hidden. ...Mission, which works internationally, sponsoring educational, medical, and welfare work. Vivekandanda taught that karma-yoga calls for selfless service to hel
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  • on the [[community|communities]] and families. Generally, it involves a search for a match, exchange of information, background checks, determining the ma ...=1#page_scan_tab_contents ''Watta Satta'': Exchange Marriage and Women’s Welfare in Rural Pakistan] Retrieved February 22, 2017.</ref>
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  • ...nce Party]]. While president, he dealt in autocratic fashion with severe [[economics|economic]] problems and challenges to his power, aligning his country again ...ted Missions to the Copperbelt (UMCB). He was then assistant at an African welfare center and Boarding Master of a mine school in Mufulira. In this period, he
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  • ...tish colonial government the powers of arrest and detention, conduction of searches and seizures without warrants, restriction of public gatherings and censo The Directive Principles commit the State to promote the welfare of the people by affirming social, economic and political justice, as well
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  • ...eflavík. <ref>Jim Garamone, September 29, 2006. [ Last U.S. Service Members to Leave Iceland Sept. ...nly [[Capitalism|capitalistic]] but supports an extensive [[Social welfare|welfare state]]. Social expenditure is, however, below that of mainland [[Scandinav
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  • ...d mobilizing mass support, he closely followed the administration of state welfare and development programs. Saddam became personally associated with Ba'athist welfare and economic development programs in the eyes of many Iraqis, widening his
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  • ...bor reform, right of civil-service associations, local municipality social welfare relief (split between Reich and States) and important national health insur ...e=klemperer>Klemens Von Klemperer, ''German Resistance against Hitler: The Search for Allies Abroad, 1938-1945'' (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992, ISBN 978-019
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