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  • 61 Supply-side economics — is an arguably heterodox school of macroeconomic thought that argues that economic growth can be most effectively created using incentives for people to produce (supply) goods and services, such as adjusting income tax and capital gains tax rates …

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  • 62 The Natural Economic Order — is the most famous book of Silvio Gesell. PUBLISHED REFERENCES TO GESELL S THEORY John Maynard Keynes: General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (1936): Gesell s main book is written in cool, scientific language; though it is suffused… …

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  • 63 Gold standard — For other uses, see Gold standard (disambiguation). Under a gold standard, paper notes are convertible into pre set, fixed quantities of gold. The gold standard is a monetary system in which the standard economic unit of account is a fixed mass… …

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  • 64 Quantitative easing — Part of a series on Government …

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  • 65 Deflation — For other uses, see Deflation (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Disinflation. Economics …

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  • 66 Criticism of fractional-reserve banking — Main article: Fractional reserve banking Criticisms of fractional reserve banking have been put forward from a variety of perspectives. Critics have included mainstream economists such as Irving Fisher,[1] Frank Knight[2] and Milton Friedman.[3]… …

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  • 67 Austrian Business Cycle Theory — The Austrian business cycle theory is the Austrian School s explanation of the phenomenon of business cycles (or credit cycles ). Austrian economists assert that inherently damaging and ineffective central bank policies are the predominant cause… …

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  • 68 Great Depression — This article is about the severe worldwide economic downturn in the 1930s. For other uses, see The Great Depression (disambiguation) …

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  • 69 Exchange value — In political economy and especially Marxian economics, exchange value refers to one of four major attributes of a commodity, i.e., an item or service produced for, and sold on, the market. The other three aspects are use value, value and price.… …

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  • 70 Charles Bosanquet — (23 July 1769 – 20 June 1850) was born at Forest House, Essex, the second son of Samuel Bosanquet and Eleanor Hunter. He married Charlotte Anne Holford on 1 June, 1796 and fathered seven children, three of whom survived him. He served as sub… …

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  • 71 Simon Clement — (1654? 1730?)Simon Clement spent his early career as a stock jobber and merchant. He served in Vienna as secretary to the Earl of Peterborough on his embassy to the Emperor from 1711 12, later acting as Peterborough’s “charge d’affaires” in… …

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  • 72 Futures contract — Financial markets Public market Exchange Securities Bond market Fixed income Corporate bond Government bond Municipal bond …

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  • 73 amount — ▪ I. amount a‧mount 1 [əˈmaʊnt] noun [countable, uncountable] a quantity of something: • debts that vary in amount • Figures show a big rise in the amount of money in the economy. • You must pay the full amount in advance. • a cheque in… …

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  • 74 Divisia monetary aggregates index — In econometrics and official statistics, and particularly in banking, the Divisia monetary aggregates index is an index of money supply. It is a particular application of a Divisia index to monetary aggregates. Background The monetary aggregates… …

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  • 75 European Union — <p></p> <p></p> Introduction ::European Union <p></p> Preliminary statement: <p></p> The evolution of what is today the European Union (EU) from a regional economic agreement among six neighboring… …

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  • 76 HMS Lutine (1779) — The Lutine was a Magicienne class frigate of the French Navy, launched in 1779, captured by the Royal Navy, recommissioned as HMS Lutine , and lost in 1799. The Lutine Bell from the ship is preserved at Lloyd s of London. Lutine was originally a… …

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  • 77 business cycle — a recurrent fluctuation in the total business activity of a country. [1920 25] * * * Periodic fluctuation in the rate of economic activity, as measured by levels of employment, prices, and production. Economists have long debated why periods of… …

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  • 78 Nueva economía clásica — La Nueva economía clásica o Nueva macroeconomía clásica es una escuela del pensamiento macroeconómico que se basa principalmente en el análisis de la vertiente monetarista de la Economía neoclásica, especialmente tal como ese monetarismo fue… …

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  • 79 Futures exchange — Financial markets Public market Exchange Securities Bond market Fixed income Corporate bond Government bond Municipal bond …

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  • 80 Divisia monetary aggregates — The monetary aggregates currently in use by the Federal Reserve (and most other central banks around the world) are simple sum indices in which all monetary components are assigned a unitary weight, as followsM {t}=sum {j=1}^{n}x {jt}where x {jt} …

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