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Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.), ISSN 0008-5472, 08/2015, Volume 75, Issue 15 Supplement, pp. 1943 - 1943
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2008, ISBN 0230220703, xii, 170
An examination of the elements explicit to the Japanese post war governing system that enable the national ministries to extend their administrative authority... 
Government business enterprises | Japan Economic conditions | Government corporations | Industrial policy | Structural adjustment (Economic policy) | Management science | Civil service reform | Public administration
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by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
Snyder was born in 1869 in Cedar Falls, Iowa: he died in Santa Barbara, California, in 1943... 
Book Chapter
by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
Book Chapter
by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
... in the macroeconomy’ (Press Release announcing the Nobel Prize, 2011).Thomas Sargent was born in Pasadena, California on 19 July 1943, the son of an insurance salesman... 
Recursive dynamics | Vector autoregressions | Sargent | Blattberg | Santa Fe Institute | Complexity | Minsky | Simon | Ljungqvist | Muth | Distributed lags | Hansen | B31 | General equilibrium theory | Time series econometrics | Marcet | Lucas | Adaptive expectations | Bounded rationality | Wallace | Observational equivalence | Lévy stable distributions | Optimal control | McGrattan | Rational expectations | Roll | Sims | Econometrics | Marimon
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by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
Michael Spence is a pioneer in the economics of information. His most famous work is on signalling. Spence’s fundamental insight is that individuals can take... 
Asymmetric information | Productivity | Statistical discrimination | B31 | Signaling | Akerlof, G | Education | Adverse selection | Information economics | R&D subsidies | Advertising | Spence, A. M
Book Chapter
Pittsburgh post-gazette (Pittsburgh, Pa. 1978), ISSN 1068-624X, 08/2013
  According to the University of Arizona's website, "Reconstructing Memory: Lo Stenditoio/The Drying Room," explores "the transparency and fragility of the... 
Artists
Newspaper Article
by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
Shackle was born in Cambridge. Financial circumstances compelled him to take an external degree while working first as a bank clerk and then as a schoolmaster;... 
Kaleidics | B31 | G. L. S | Probability | Rational expectations | Possibility | Post Keynesian economics | Shackle
Book Chapter
Gastroenterology (New York, N.Y. 1943), ISSN 0016-5085, 2010, Volume 138, Issue 5, pp. S-43 - S-43
Journal Article
by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
Signalling refers to any activity by a party designed to influence the perception and thereby the actions of other parties. This presupposes that one market... 
Warranties | Introductory pricing | Limit pricing | Signalling and screening | Uniqueness | Political competition | Signalling | Pooling equilibrium | Asymmetric information | Separating equilibrium | Screening | Multiple equilibria | Single-crossing conditions
Book Chapter
by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
Seligman was born in New York City on 25 April 1861 and died on 18 July 1939 at Lake Placid, New York. An economist of unusual erudition, energy and... 
B31 | Inheritance tax | Adams, H. C | Taxation criteria | Seligman, E. R. A | Land tax | Progressive taxation | Proportional income taxation | Public finance
Book Chapter
by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
Imperfect competition has been an important branch of economic theory, at least since Cournot’s (1838) model of duopoly. A more recent development is spatial... 
Book Chapter
by Burmeister, Edwin and Tribe, K and Fong, Nathan M and Schefold, B and Fisher, Malcolm R and Fischer, Stanley and Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim and Whitaker, J. K and Hendry, David F and Phillips, Peter C. B and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and Adams, F. Gerard and Simon, Herbert A and Lee, Ronald D and Richard Savage, I and Karni, Edi and Bridel, P and Schmidt, K and Hébert, R. F and Hébert, R. F and Sowell, Thomas and Castelot, E and Sowell, Thomas and Cramp, A. B and Kærgård, Niels and Sandelin, Bo and Sæther, Arild and Montani, Guido and Classen, Wolfgang-Dieter and Recktenwald, H. C and Kuran, Timur and Schwödiauer, G and Schefold, B and Rosenberg, N and Bombach, Gottfried and Spiegel, Henry W and Langholm, Odd and Whited, Toni M and Hoxby, Caroline and Mosak, Jacob L and Walker, James R and Worswick, G. D. N and Heertje, Arnold and Aghion, Philippe and Lipsey, Robert and Reiter, Stanley and Diamond, Arthur M and Mäki, Uskali and Adelman, Irma and Skinner, Andrew and Michalopoulos, Stelios and Papaioannou, Elias and Gordon, Barry and Andolfatto, David and Diamond, P and Shi, Shouyong and Wright, Randall and Hylleberg, Svend and Balestra, Pietro and Bohm, Peter and Alexeev, Michael and Gide, C and Moon, Hyungsik Roger and Perron, Benoit and Thorp, Rosemary and Cain, Glen G and Black, S and Heckman, James J and Cho, In-Koo and Sargent, Thomas J and Monro, D. H and Coats, A. W and Scherer, F. M and van Damme, Eric and Powell, James L and Anand, Sudhir and De Marchi, N and Blackorby, Charles and Primont, Daniel and Russell, R. Robert and Starr, Ross M and Berger, James O and Hong, Yongmiao and Groenewegen, Peter and Petit, Pascal and Earl, Peter and Adrian, Tobias and Ashcraft, Adam B and Kanbur, Ravi and Hart, Sergiu and Baucells, Manel and Lejano, Raul and Qin, Cheng-Zhong and Starr, Ross M and Dubois, Pierre and Durlauf, Steven N and Newman, Peter and Erwin Diewert, W and Sugihara, Shiro and Sent, Esther-Mirjam and ...
2/2018, ISBN 9781349951888
French statesman, financier and economist, born in Paris in 1826; died there on 22 April 1896. He was the son of Horace Emile Say, the grandson of... 
B31 | Say, (J.-B.) L | Say, J.-B | Public works | Turgot, A. R. J
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The ‘small-world hypothesis’ expresses the idea, long an article of popular belief, that every individual in a given population can reach every other via some... 
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