History of Economics Review, No. 31, Winter, 2000 adam smith and the theory of value: Chapter Six ConsideredHistory of Economics Review, No. 31, Winter, 2000 adam smith and the theory of value: Chapter Six Considered
Adam. At the same time, his work contains "dangerous" elements: one interpretation places Smith squarely in the line of descent that leads to Marx
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Work in progress. Do not quote!! Winners and Losers from Globalization: Why both European and us farmers were angry in the Grain Invasion era, 1870-1900Work in progress. Do not quote!! Winners and Losers from Globalization: Why both European and us farmers were angry in the Grain Invasion era, 1870-1900
Winners and Losers from Globalization: Why both European and us farmers were angry in the Grain Invasion era, 1870-19001
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Arab-Israeli ConflictArab-Israeli Conflict
However, the Arab people did not live in a single country. The entire Arab world was divided into more than ten countries. There is a country in West Asia which is not Arabic. It is called Israel. The people living in Israel are known as
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Oil and the Politics of Cartels I. Cartel Politics & the Collective Action ProblemOil and the Politics of Cartels I. Cartel Politics & the Collective Action Problem
A. Oil before opec from World War I through the early 1950s, the "seven sisters" oil mncs formed the key producers’ cartel
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A retrospective Look at Rescuing and Restructuring General Motors and Chrysler February 19, 2015A retrospective Look at Rescuing and Restructuring General Motors and Chrysler February 19, 2015
U. S. government, the analysis used to evaluate their request, and the steps taken by the government to rescue them. The paper also summarizes the performance of the U. S. auto industry since the bailout and draws some general lessons from
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Heather E. HodgesHeather E. Hodges
The article also examines the demographic, partisan, and ideological correlates of opinion on energy issues. It concludes with a discussion of how energy disasters influence both public opinion and public policy
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The Vietnam War had profound effects on the usa and the people of South-East AsiaThe Vietnam War had profound effects on the usa and the people of South-East Asia
Using these four passages and your own knowledge, assess the view that the war in Vietnam had a more lasting impact on the usa than on the people of South-East Asia
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Mutualist Political Economy By Kevin A. CarsonMutualist Political Economy By Kevin A. Carson
Chapter One: The Marginalist Assault on Classical Political Economy: An Assessment and Counter-Attack 10
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Chapter 1 exercises decide whether each of the following statements is true or false and explain whyChapter 1 exercises decide whether each of the following statements is true or false and explain why
Fast-food chains like McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s operate all over the United States. Therefore the market for fast food is a national market
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The Price of Oil: Is History Repeating Itself?The Price of Oil: Is History Repeating Itself?
China, who is now the world’s largest importer of oil following the United States; and there is uncertainty over oil supplies because of war and terrorism
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Technical Appendix on the Oil Market: The Economic Consequences of a War with IraqTechnical Appendix on the Oil Market: The Economic Consequences of a War with Iraq
The model is a full-employment model that calculates the terms of trade effects along with the effects of substitution of other inputs for oil. The investment-output ratio is assumed to be constant over time
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