economics

[ ek-uh-nom-iks, ee-kuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF economics

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The liberal party appears to be vanquished in the sphere of economics.

Nothing can permanently prevent the operation of this first law of economics.

Economics are stubborn things and cannot be successfully dealt with emotionally.

Especially were they burdened with books on economics and political science.

The final topic in the course is the formulation of a definition of economics.

Vocational economics is the economics of the craftsman and of the shop.

Humility, contentment, may be a Christian virtue, but in economics 'tis a deadly sin.

Their economics were yet at the stage of scratching the earth and feeding the pigs.

The mechanization of economics had become a common possession for everybody.

With a shock, Trask recalled that he was a professor of economics.

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