8388 relations: -nomics, A Beautiful Mind (book), A Farewell to Alms, A Financial Fable, A Guide To Keynes, A History of Money and Banking in the United States, A K Bera, A Random Walk Down Wall Street, A Tenured Professor, A Tour in Scotland, 1769, A Turn in the South, A. Alan Post, A. Charles Baillie, A. D. Roy, A. Ronald Gallant, Aarhus University, Aaron Karo, Aaron Reardon, AAU Faculty of Engineering and Science, Abbas Milani, Abbottabad University of Science and Technology, Abby Joseph Cohen, ABC Scope, Abdias do Nascimento, Abdourahmane Cissé, Abdourahmane Sarr, Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani, Abdul Khalek Hassouna, Abdul Rahman (politician), Abdul W. Haqiqi, Abdullahi Dikko, Abel Caballero, Abida Hussain, Abitur, Abnormal profit, Abraham Rotstein, Absence rate, Absentee landlord, Abstract economy, Abstraction, Academic degree, Academic dress, Academic dress in the United States, Academic Earth, Academic Lyceum under Westminster International University in Tashkent, Academic Press, Academic publishing, Academic ranks in France, Academic writing, Academy, ..., Academy of Political Science, Academy of Sciences of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Accounting equation, Accounting identity, Accounting research, Accounting scholarship, Accrued jurisdiction, Achaea, Dreams of Divine Lands, Action theory (philosophy), Activism, Actuarial credentialing and exams, Actuarial science, Actuary, Ada Osakwe, Adam Budnikowski, Adam Burish, Adam Kwasman, Adam Maciejewski, Adam Smith, Adam Smith Prize, Adaptive capacity, Adaptive expectations, Additive utility, Adekunle Ajasin University, Adele Morris, Administrative Behavior, Admission to practice law, Adolf Arndt, Adolf Paschke, Adolfo Diz, Adolph Wagner, Adoption (farming and cattle raising), Adrian Augier, Adrian Darby, Adriana Benitez, Adriana Gascoigne, Adriano B. Lucatelli, Adva Center, Advanced Extension Award, Adversarial process, Adverse selection, Advice (opinion), Afanasy Shchapov, Afe Babalola, Affective forecasting, Affective science, Affine pricing, Affirmative Action Around the World, Affonso Celso Pastore, Afgansyah Reza, African Consensus, African Economic History, African Finance Journal, African Markets Overview, AfroLatinidad, Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschloss, Aga Khan Development Network, Agatha Chapman, Agbor Gilbert Ebot, Agence universitaire de la Francophonie, Agency cost, Agent (economics), Aggregate behavior, Aggregate data, Aggregate pattern, Aggregate supply, Aggregation problem, Agnes Scott College, Agneta Stark, AGORA, Agostinho Neto University, Agra College, Agrégation, Agrekon, Agricola (board game), Agricultural district, Agricultural economics, Agricultural University of Havana, Agriculture in Paraná, Agriculture in Santa Catarina, Agroecology, Agroecosystem analysis, Agronomy, Ahmad Adaya, Ahmad Tohari, Ahmad Zamir, Ahmadreza Baharloo, Ahmed Abdelkefi, Ahmed Duale Gelle, Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, Ahn Seong-eun, Aidin Bozorgi, Airline Deregulation Act, Aishah Ahmad, AISTS, Aivars Lembergs, Aix-Marseille University, Ajay Bisaria, Ajaypal Singh Banga, Ajume Wingo, Akademgorodok, Akbar Al Baker, Akhila Srinivasan, Akhtar Abdur Rahman, Akita Nutrition Junior College, Aklan State University, Aksel Magdahl, Al Haymon, Al Novstrup, Al Raja School, Al-Azhar University, Al-Azhar University – Gaza, Al-Ghazali, Al-Khair University, Al-Maktoum Institute, Alain Anderton, Alain Berset, Alain Chuard, Alain Lipietz, Alan A. Brown, Alan Budd, Alan Carlin, Alan Coddington, Alan Deardorff, Alan J. Auerbach, Alan John Kyerematen, Alan Krueger, Alan Little (academic), Alan M. Rugman, Alan M. Taylor, Alan S. Thompson, Alan Scarfe, Alan Schlesinger, Alan Sieroty, Alan Trefler, Alan Walters, Alasdair Smith, Alaskeros, Alba Vergés, Albania (periodical), Albena Denkova, Albert F. Mummery, Albert Jenks, Albert Krebs, Albert Marcet, Albert Pintat, Albert S. Rodda, Albert Turner Bharucha-Reid, Albert Winsemius, Alberto Baltra, Alberto Cinta, Alcuin College, York, Aldo C. Schellenberg, Alecu Russo State University of Bălți, Alejandro de la Fuente, Alejandro Encinas Rodríguez, Alejandro García Padilla, Alejandro Toledo, Alejandro Vanoli, Aleksandar Tomov (politician), Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Alex Anthopoulos, Alex Berenson, Alex J. Tyler, Alex Jacob, Alex Kronemer, Alex Neil (politician), Alex P. Keaton, Alex Tabarrok, Alex Tal, Alexander Gerschenkron, Alexander Hamilton Institute, Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy, Alexander Kronrod, Alexander Mirtchev, Alexander Stoddart, Alexander Van der Bellen, Alexandre Baptista, Alexandre Léontieff, Alexandre Schwartsman, Alexandre Tombini, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Alexandru Segal, Alexey Ivakhnenko, Alexis Carrel, Alexis FitzGerald Snr, Alexis Galanos, Alexis Papahelas, Alfonso Cortina, Alfonso López Caballero, Alfred F. Young, Alfred H. Conrad, Alfred Hayes (banker), Alfred Lemmnitz, Alfred Marshall, Alfred North Whitehead, Alfred P. Sloan, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Alfred Weber, Alfred William Flux, Alfredo Chiaradía, Alfredo Mantica, Algarve, Algie Martin Simons, Algorithmic mechanism design, Algorithmic trading, Ali Akbar Rashad, Ali Rahnema, Aliah University, Alice Rivlin, Alice Schroeder, Alicia Munnell, Alicios Theluji, Alija Behmen, Alipurduar College, Alix Strachey, All in the Mind (BBC radio), All Souls College, Oxford, All-pay auction, Allama Iqbal Open University, Allan Macartney, Allan MacEachen, Allan S. Detsky, Allan Segal, Allen Dale June, Allen Frances, Allie Lewis Clapp, Allied leaders of World War II, Allison Feaster, Allister Heath, Almanac, Almaty Management University, Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, Alok Bhargava, Alok Ulfat, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Alphons Kannanthanam, Alpine plant, Alternative employment arrangements, Alternatives économiques, Alvin C. Weingand, Amaechi Muonagor, Amalie Øvergaard, Amando Tetangco Jr., Ambiguity aversion, Ambika Bumb, Ambrose Madtha, Ameer Ali (academic), American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Bar Foundation, American Center Hanoi, American Economic Association, American Economic Journal, American Journal of Applied Sciences, American Journal of Chinese Studies, American Journal of Sociology, American Legislative Exchange Council, American philosophy, American studies in the United Kingdom, American University in Bulgaria, American University of Central Asia, American University of Kuwait, American University of Science and Technology, Americans for Prosperity, Amherst College, Amir Gal-Or, Amir Rapaport, Amitava Bose, Amity University, Kolkata, Ammar Siamwalla, Amnon Dick, Amnon Rubinstein, Amon Nikoi, Amos Funk, Amos Griswold Warner, Amos Hostetter Jr., Amos Tversky, Amos Wako, Amos Yudan, Amoud University, Amy Fearn, Amy Finkelstein, Amy Holmes, An Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science, An Essay on the Principle of Population, An Outline of Modern Knowledge, Ana Amélia Lemos, Ana Lucía Armijos, Ana Milena Muñoz Gómez, Anania Shirakatsi, Anannya Top Ten Awards, Anarchist economics, Anatole Romaniuk, Aníbal Cavaco Silva, Ancel Keys, Ancient economic thought, Ancient higher-learning institutions, Anders Chydenius, Anders Dahlvig, Anders Nordberg, Andhra Christian College, André Raynauld, Andre Gunder Frank, Andrea Beltratti, Andrea Fischer, Andrea Robinson (sommelier), Andreas Moleskis, Andreas Papandreou, Andrei Shleifer, Andrei Zarin, Andrew Alper, Andrew Clausen, Andrew Conru, Andrew Dickson White bibliography, Andrew Dunlop, Baron Dunlop, Andrew Fastow, Andrew Fluegelman, Andrew Forrest, Andrew Graham (academic), Andrew Green, Baron Green of Deddington, Andrew Hughes Hallett, Andrew Kamarck, Andrew Kliman, Andrew Lo, Andrew Malekoff, Andrew Oswald, Andrew Phang, Andrew Strauss, Andrew Weiss (economist), Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Andrey Illarionov, Andrey Molchanov (businessman), Andy Russell (American football), Aneel Bhusri, Anil K. Bera, Anil Rai Gupta, Animal nutritionist, Animal Spirits (book), Anindya Sen, Ankara University, Ann Lynch, Anna Ouroumian, Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, Anne Eline Riisnæs, Anne Osborn Krueger, Anne Piehl, Anne-Marie Pålsson, Annette Brooke, Annie Bersagel, Annual Review of Economics, Annunziata Rees-Mogg, Anshu Prakash, Ant tribe, Antecedent moisture, Antenor Orrego Private University, Anthony Downs, Anthony Giddens, Anthony Ludovici, Anthony Scaramucci, Anthony T. Kane, Anthony Yezer, Anthony Zinni, Anthropological theories of value, Anthropology of institutions, Anti-globalization movement, Antipsychotic switching, Antiquarian science books, Antireductionism, Antoine Augustin Cournot, Anton Martin Schweigaard, Anton Muscatelli, Anton Rop, Anton Wilhelm Amo, Antoni Castells, Antonio Cafiero, Antonio Guadagnini, Antonio Ledesma, Antonio Martino, Antonio Morales de la Peña, Antonis Samaras, Antony Davies, Antuan Ilgit, Anu Muhammad, Anushka Asthana, Anwar ul-Haq Ahady, Anya Schiffrin, Anzeiger des Westens, Aoki Shūzō, AP Economics, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, Appalachian studies, Applied Econometrics and International Development, Applied economics, Applied Economics Research Centre, Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond Stage One, Applied mathematics, Applied probability, Ara (film), Ara Abramyan, Ara Baliozian, Arab International University, Arab socialism, Arab studies, Arabic literature, Arbitrage, Arc elasticity, Arcadius Kahan, Archaeology of trade, Architectural Resources Group, Ardian Fullani, Argentine Association of Political Economy, Arguing with Idiots, Arianna Huffington, Aristos Doxiadis, Aristotle, Arizona State University, Arkadiy Ismailovich Sukhorukov, Arkansas Department of Education, Armand Călinescu, Armchair theorizing, Armen Alchian, Armin Falk, Arnaldo Anaya-Lucca, Arnaud Tsamere, Arnhim Eustace, Arno Surminski, Arnold Cook, Arnold Gay, Arnold Harberger, Arnold Heertje, Arnold Kling, Arnold Tustin, Arnold Zellner, Arsala Jamal, Arthashastra, Arthur C. Brooks, Arthur J. Gajarsa, Arthur Laffer, Arthur Lewbel, Arthur Liebehenschel, Arthur Lieutenant, Arthur Lovekin, Arthur O'Sullivan (economist), Arthur Rhys-Davids, Arthur Young (agriculturist), Articulation (sociology), Artificial chemistry, Artificial intelligence, Arul Anandar College, Karumathur, Arun Pandian, Arun Raha, Arun Sundararajan, Arunima Kumar, Arvid Harnack, Arvind Sharma, Arvind Virmani, Arya Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Aryness Joy Wickens, Asfa-Wossen Asserate, Asher Crispe, Asher Tishler, Ashoka Mody, Ashram College, Asia Times, Asia University (Japan), Asia-Africa Growth Corridor, Asian Economic Papers, Asian Politics & Policy, Asian-German Sports Exchange Program, Askar Mamin, Aslan Dzharimov, Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Asmaa bint Saqr Al Qasimi, Assar Lindbeck, Asset, Asset (economics), Asset specificity, Asset-based welfare, Association of Business Historians, Astana Economic Forum, Asterisk, Aston Group, Asymmetric cointegration, At What Cost?, Cornell, Ateneo de Manila University, Athens University of Economics and Business, Atilla Yayla, Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology, ATMOS (festival), Atrios, Attention economy, Attilio Celant, Attractor, Atul Singh, Auction, Auction theory, Audri Mukhopadhyay, Augustan literature, Augusto Álvarez Rodrich, Aurelio Peccei, Austan Goolsbee, Austin Beutner, Austin Bradford Hill, Australian Economic History Review, Australian Economics and Business Studies Competition, Austrian School, Autocatalytic set, Automotive industry in Germany, Autonomous University of Madrid, Autonomy, Autoregressive model, Auxology, Avanidhar Subrahmanyam, Ave Maria University, Average cost, Average fixed cost, Average propensity to consume, Average propensity to save, Average treatment effect, Average variable cost, Avinash College of Commerce, Avinash Dixit, Avner Greif, Axel A. Weber, Axel Börsch-Supan, Axel Kicillof, Axel Troost, Axis & Allies, Axis & Allies: Europe, Aynuru Altybayeva, Aysu, Az-Zubair Prize for Innovation and Scientific Excellence, Azerbaijan Today, Azran Osman Rani, Azzaytuna University, Åge Danielsen, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, École nationale supérieure d'informatique pour l'industrie et l'entreprise, Édouard Carmignac, Éric Laporte, Étienne Laspeyres, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, Ömer Sabancı, Údarás na Gaeltachta, Üner Kırdar, Þorsteinn M. Jónsson, Čakovec, Čedomir Đoinčević, Łukasz Sułkowski, Ōhama Domain, Ōmura Domain, Świat Nieruchomości, Šime Đodan, Željko Kopanja, Željko Rohatinski, B. B. Bhattacharya, B. Roy Frieden, B. V. Raghavulu, Babar Awan, Babson College, Baccalauréat, Bachelor of Accountancy, Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Management, Bachelor of Business Science, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Public Administration, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Bachelor of Social Science, Bachelor's degree, Backward bending supply curve of labour, Bagadhar Brahma Kishan College, Bahadir Kaleagasi, Bal Vidya Mandir Parbhani, Bal Vidya Mandir, Lucknow, Balances Mechanics, Baleshare, Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group, Balliol College, Oxford, Balogun Yakub Abiodun, Balthasar H. Meyer, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University, Bangabasi Morning College, Bank Mandiri Museum, Bank of Korea Museum, Banker to the Poor, Bankole Bernard, Barack Obama, Barack Obama Sr., Barama College, Barasat Government College, Barbados Stock Exchange, Barbara Baarsma, Barbara Bergmann, Barbara Calvert, Barbara Chernow, Barbara Fraumeni, Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Barbara Lampert, Barbara McDougall, Barbro Owens-Kirkpatrick, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, Baresan University, Barriers to entry, Barriers to exit, Barry C. Lynn, Barry Chiswick, Barter, Bas de Gaay Fortman, Bas-Lag, Base metal, Base period, Bashir Barghouti, Basic Books, Basic Economics Test, Basilio Muhate, Bass Anglers for Saltwater Conservation, Bass River, Nova Scotia, Bates College, Baxter's law, Bay City Western High School, Bay View High School (Karachi), Bärbel Höhn, Béla Balassa, Bénédicte Paviot, BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award, Beacon Hill Tunnel (Hong Kong), Beaconsfield, Quebec, Beast (comics), Beatrice Aitchison, Beatrice Weder di Mauro, Beatrix D'Souza, Beatrix of the Netherlands, Beck A. Taylor, Beck University, Beckstrom's law, Becky Anderson, Beekeeping in Ukraine, Beggar thy neighbour, Behavioral economics, Behavioral geography, Behavioral Strategy, Behavioural sciences, Behnam Malakooti, Beijing Business School, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing No. 4 High School, Beijing University of Technology, Bellaire High School (Texas), Bellman equation, Ben Aaronovitch, Ben Bernanke, Ben Fernandez, Ben Fine, Ben Finney, Ben Hill Griffin Jr., Ben McKenzie, Ben Polak, Ben Stevens, Ben Wikler, Bendheim Center for Finance, Benedictine Military School, Benefit incidence, Benefitive treasury measure, Benigno Aquino III, Benigno Aquino III presidential campaign, 2010, Benini distribution, Benjamin Anderson, Benjamin Cohen (political economist), Benjamin J. Allen, Benjamin Peterson, Bennett S. LeBow College of Business, Bennie Fowler III, Benny Rothman, Benoît Tremblay, Benoit Mandelbrot, Bent Nielsen, Bequest value, Berat Buzhala, Bergamasque dialect, Berhanu Dinka, Beriz Belkić, Berkeley Mafia, Berlin Institute for Population and Development, Bernard Baruch, Bernard Clerfayt, Bernard D. Rostker, Bernard Lonergan, Bernard Orchard, Bernard Pivot, Bernard Salome, Bernard Sévigny, Bernardo Atxaga, Bernardo Hees, Bernd Marin, Bernhard Hoëcker, Bernie Kosar, Bert F. Hoselitz, Bert Rürup, Bertil Holmlund, Bertil Näslund, Bertil Ohlin, Beta Colony, Beth E. Allen, Beth Hayes, Betterment, Betty Apiafi, Betty Jane Gorin-Smith, Beverly J. Silver, Bhabananda Deka, Bhadrak Autonomous College, Bharat Agnihotri, Bharat Anand, Bhavna Kardam Dave, Bhawal Badre Alam Government College, Bhola Nath Chalise, Bholanath College, Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bibliography of encyclopedias: business, information and economics, Bibliography of sociology, Biblioteca Central Irmão José Otão, Bidar district, Bidhannagar College, Bielefeld University, Big Cass, Big History, Bikas Chakrabarti, Bikash Bista, Bilevel optimization, Bill Belichick, Bill Browder, Bill Kelty, Bill McKenzie, Baron McKenzie of Luton, Bill Miller (investor), Bill Parkyn, Bill Weld, Billy Kidd, Billy Timmins, Bimetallism, Binary economics, Biofuel, Biofuels Center of North Carolina, Bioleaching, Biological economics, Biology and consumer behaviour, Biostatistics, Birgit Grodal, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani – Hyderabad Campus, Bishop Vesey's Grammar School, Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala, Bjørn Skogstad Aamo, Black Oceans, Blake Strode, Blase J. Cupich, Bliss point (economics), Blockchain, Bloomsbury Group, Bo Gabriel Montgomery, Board examination, Boğaziçi University, Bob Barker, Bob C. Riley, Bob Diamond (banker), Bob Jackson (priest), Bob McDermott, Bob McNamara (sports executive), Bob Prier, Bobbi Gibb, Bobby Pittman, Bobby Sager, Bobby William Austin, Bocconi University, Bogoljub Karić, Bogolo Kenewendo, Boise High School, Bojana Todorović, Bolívar Echeverría, Booth Goodwin, Bootlegging (business), Boots on the Ground, Borden Grammar School, Border Reivers (game), Borderless selling, Boris Vujčić, BOSCO-Uganda, Bosmansdam High School, Botanic Garden of the Irkutsk State University, Bouchraya Hammoudi Bayoun, Bounded rationality, Bowie Kuhn, Boyan (given name), Boyan Jovanovic, Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall, Bracketing (disambiguation), Braco (faith healer), Brad Handler, Brad Henry, Brad Seely, Bradman Weerakoon, Brady Anderson, Bram van Ojik, Branches of science, Brand community, Brand relationship, Brander–Spencer model, Brandon Lewis, Brandon Pettigrew, Branko Bokun, Brass (board game), Bratati Bandyopadhyay, Braulio Medel Cámara, Brazilian disease, Brčko, Break-even, Break-even (economics), Brenda Buttner, Brendan Whelan, Brett Wigdortz, Brian A. Murdock, Brian Berry, Brian C. Roseboro, Brian Casey (academic), Brian Courtney Wilson, Brian Daboll, Brian Jacob, Brian Kelly (editor), Brian Letscher, Brian Linder, Brian Menell, Brian Quinn (economist), Brian Rowland, Brian Skyrms, Brian Wesbury, Brigitte Granville, Bristol Grammar School, British degree abbreviations, British philosophy, British Science Association, British Sleep Society, Britta Böhler, Brno University of Technology, Broad measures of economic progress, Broad money, Broadus Mitchell, Brock Blomberg, Brock Environmental Center, Broke: Who Killed the Middle Classes?, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Bruce Carter (businessman), Bruce Donaldson (Canadian admiral), Bruce Greenwald, Bruce Karsh, Bruce Kingma, Bruce L. Benson, Bruce M. Owen, Bruce Sacerdote, Bruce Smathers, Bruce William Nickerson, Bruce Yandle, Bruges, Brunner Chair of Economic Science, Bruno Masure, Bruno Snell, Bruno Tabacci, Bryan Alberts, Bryan Caplan, Bryan Jenkins, Bu-Ali Sina University, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Budapest, Budapest Business School, Buddhist economics, Buddy Arnold, Budget crisis, Budget process, Budget theory, Built environment, BUITEMS, Bukidnon State University, Bukky Wright, Bulletin of Economic Research, Bulls Bears and the Ballot Box, Bundeswehr University Munich, Burdwan Raj College, Bureaucracy (book), Burkhard Schwenker, Burton C. Gray, Burton Weisbrod, Bushido (game), Business, Business & Information Systems Engineering, Business economics, Business education, Business ethics, Business journalism, Business Review, Business school, Business sector, Business studies, Busoga University, Butch Levy, Butterfly Economics, Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar College, Buxtehude, Byron Boston, BYU College of Family, Home and Social Sciences, C. Arden Pope, C. B. Macpherson, C. Dianne Martin, C. E. V. Leser, C. G. H. Simon, C. H. Douglas, C. S. Chellappa, C. V. S. K. Sarma, C.B.C. Monkstown, Cady Staley, Cagayan State University, Calatrava Capital S.A., Calculated Risk, Calculus, Cale Case, Calgary School, Calrossy Anglican School, Calvin Chen, Calvin College, Cambridge capital controversy, Cambridge International General Certificate of Education, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Cambridge University Lawn Tennis Club, Cameron Winklevoss, Camille Mana, Camille Zimmerman, Camilo Nogueira Román, Campaign finance, Campus of the University of California, Berkeley, Campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, Canadian Association of Gastroenterology, Canadian Journal of Economics, Canagarayam Suriyakumaran, Canatlán Municipality, Canberra College, Cand.oecon., Cand.polit., Capability approach, Capital & Class, Capital (economics), Capital (French magazine), Capital accumulation, Capital and Interest, Capital Economics, Capital flight, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, Capital services, Capital University of Science & Technology, Capitalism, Capitalist Nigger, Captain Singleton, CapX, Caraga Regional Science High School, Carbon lock-in, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Cardinal utility, Cargo, Carl B. Hamilton, Carl Brinkmann, Carl Christ, Carl Eric Stålberg, Carl Folke, Carl Friedrich Goerdeler, Carl Kaysen, Carl Menger, Carl Shapiro, Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, Carl-Einar Häckner, Carlisle Moody, Carlo Pelanda, Carlo Salvemini, Carlo Scognamiglio, Carlos Alfredo Rodríguez, Carlos Costa (banker), Carlos Hamilton Vasconcelos Araújo, Carlos Miguens Bemberg, Carlos Rivas Quiñones, Carlos Romero Barceló, Carmen Reinhart, Carmine Guerriero, Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Carole Kariuki, Carole Swan, Caroline Abel, Carolyn Jenkins, Carolyn Shaw Bell, Carrie Gracie, Carrie Snowden, Carroll C. Halterman, Carroll School of Management, Cartel, Casey Matthews, Cash, Cash-in-advance constraint, Cass criterion, Cassandra Kelly, Casualty Actuarial Society, Catalan Americans, Catharine Bond Hill, Catherine C. Eckel, Catherine Liston-Heyes, Catherine Waddams, Catholic University in Erbil, Catholic University of Angola, Catholic University of Brasília, Catholic University of Madagascar, Catholic University of Malawi, Catholic University of Pernambuco, Catholic University of Salvador, Catholic University of South Sudan, Catholic University School, Causal research, Causality, Cayetano Paderanga Jr., Caylus, Céline Yoda, CBS Roscommon, CDQ (rapper), Cecil Chisholm, Cecilia Skingsley, Cecilia Stegö Chilò, Cees Maas, Celia M. Hunter, Cellular organizational structure, Celso Furtado, CEMFI, Censoring (statistics), Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Center for Economic and Social Development, Center for Mind and Brain, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics, Center for Union Facts, Center for Vision and Values, Centerville High School, Central Bank of Madagascar, Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Central European Labour Studies Institute, Central European University, Central Peel Secondary School, Central University of Ecuador, Central University of Finance and Economics, Central University of Nicaragua, Centre for Comparative Welfare Studies, Centre for Development Studies, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Centre for Military and Strategic Studies, Centre for New Development Thinking, Centre for Public Opinion Research, Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters, Centre for Strategic Research and Analysis, Centre of Full Employment and Equity, Centre Party (Sweden), Centro Desportivo Universitário de Lisboa, Centro Universitário das Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas, CEPES, CEREMADE, CERGE-EI, Certification for Aquaculture Professionals, Certified Financial Planner, Certified International Investment Analyst, Cesar Maia, Cesare Beccaria, CESifo Economic Studies, Ceteris paribus, CEU Center for Network Science, CEVRO Institute, Chad Anderson (businessman), Challenge (economics magazine), Chambered long barrow, Chandler Owen, Chandrajit Banerjee, Chandrakala A. Hate, Chandril Bhattacharya, Changchun University of Science and Technology, Chaos theory, Chaovarat Chanweerakul, Charles A. Ott Jr., Charles Bettelheim, Charles Boynton Knapp, Charles Chuka, Charles Cobb (economist), Charles Cooley, Charles D. Neff, Charles Dallara, Charles Djou, Charles Dupin, Charles E. Lindblom, Charles Elworthy (scientist), Charles Engel, Charles F. Manski, Charles Fourier, Charles Gide, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Charles H. Percy, Charles Hallac, Charles Horioka, Charles III University of Madrid, Charles Krauthammer, Charles McCall, Charles N. Millican, Charles O. Rossotti, Charles Osgood, Charles P. Neill, Charles P. Oman, Charles R. Schwab, Charles Sanders Peirce, Charles Shor, Charles W. Maynes, Charles Wyplosz, Charlie Bean, Charlie Ross (state senator), Charniele Herring, Chashme Buddoor (1981 film), Chatri Sityodtong, Chaturon Chaisang, Cheikh Anta Diop, Chemical engineering, Chen Deming, Chen Gongbo, Chen Yin (TV presenter), Cherokee Male Seminary, Cheshire High School, Chester See, Chet Edwards, Chibamba Kanyama, Chicago Boys, Chicago Options Associates, Chichester High School For Girls, Chicken (game), Chief analytics officer, Childhood studies, Chilean presidential election, 2009–10, Chileans, Chimanbhai Patel, Chimi Yangzom Wangchuck, China Agricultural University, China Economic Review (journal), China Foreign Affairs University, China University of Petroleum (Beijing), China University of Political Science and Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese Americans, Chinese intellectualism, Chinese Library Classification, Chinesisch-Deutsches Hochschulkolleg, Ching He Huang, Chinmaya PU College, Chip Reese, Chittagong College, Choi Kyoung-hwan, Chose Promise, Chowdhury Irad Ahmed Siddiky, Chris Blattman, Chris Boucher, Chris Buttars, Chris Capuano, Chris Dudley, Chris Garcia, Chris Hann, Chris Harman, Chris Harrell, Chris Jones (cricketer), Chris Kahl, Chris Langewis, Chris Lee (New York politician), Chris Moorman, Chris Romer, Chris Ruane, Chris Sanford, Chris Toshiro Todd, Christendom College, Christian de Boissieu, Christian Democracy (Italy), Christian Dumolin, Christian Giordano, Christian Hellwig, Christian Homburg, Christian Jakob Kraus, Christian Krell, Christian Ngan, Christian views on poverty and wealth, Christian W.E. Haub, Christiane Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, Christianity, Christianity in Europe, Christine Chapman, Christine Hardman, Christoph Badelt, Christoph Chorherr, Christoph Deutschmann, Christoph Heusgen, Christopher A. Pissarides, Christopher Flavin, Christopher J. Mayer, Christopher Jones (biologist), Christopher Polhem, Christopher R. Hill, Christopher T. Whelan, Christopher Thornberg, Chu Kochen Honors College, Zhejiang University, Chuck Dietrich, Chung Mong-joon, Chung Un-chan, Chung Yong-jin, Chung-Ang University, Cielito Habito, CIFAD, City, City rhythm, City University College (Ethiopia), City-As-School High School, Civic Democratic Party (Czech Republic), Civil defense, Civil society, Civil–military relations, Civilizing the Economy, Clara Jusidman, Claremont Colleges, Claremont Graduate University, Clarivate Citation Laureates, Class analysis, Classical economics, Clate Mask, Claude Forget, Claudia Maria Buch, Claudio Demattè, Clay High School (Portsmouth, Ohio), Clay Local School District, Clayton Daley, Clayton M. Christensen, Clean Slate Program, Cleon F. Thompson, Cliff effect, Climate change and poverty, Climate change denial, Cliometrica, Clive Betts, Clive Spash, Clocky, Club good, Clustering (demographics), Clyde Martin, Co-operative economics, Coastline (magazine), Cobb–Douglas production function, CODESUP, Coercive monopoly, Cognitive bias mitigation, Cognitive psychology, Cognitive science, Coláiste Éamann Rís, Coláiste Chroabh Abhann, Cole South, Colectivo 60, Colegio de San Bartolome de Novaliches, Colin Camerer, Colin Dunne, Collège des Ingénieurs, Collective laissez faire, Colleen Bell, College of Arts and Sciences (Case Western Reserve University), College of Horticulture, College of the Atlantic, College of the Holy Cross, College Scholastic Ability Test (South Korea), Colleges and Schools of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Collusion, Colon classification, Colorado Model Content Standards, Columbia Business School, Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Commerce, Commercial Revolution, Commercial speech, Commission on Money and Credit, Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs, Commodity money, Commodity value, Common good, Common good (economics), Common land, Common Proficiency Test, Common sense, Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet, Common-pool resource, Commonwealth, Community, Community College Leadership and Administration: Theory, Practice, and Change, Community Forests International, Community-based economics, Commuting zone, Company town, Comparative analysis, Comparative election campaign communication research, Comparative statics, Comparison of Dewey and Library of Congress subject classification, Compass International School, Compensating variation, Competition, Competition (economics), Competition (The Spectacular Spider-Man), Complementary good, Complete information, Complete market, Complex system, Complexity, Complexity economics, Composite good, Compound interest, Computational economics, Computational finance, Computational informatics, Computer simulation, Computer-supported collaboration, COMREFAS, Concavification, Conceptual framework, Conceptual model, Conchita Carpio-Morales, Concord-Carlisle High School, Concordia University, Concours général, Conditional factor demands, Condo hotel, Conflict economics, Congressional Debate, Congruence principle, Connel Fullenkamp, Conor Simpson, Conscription in Denmark, Conservation biology, Conservation medicine, Conservative democracy, Conservative Party (Norway), Consilience, Conspicuous consumption, Constant elasticity of substitution, Constantin Dan Vasiliu, Constanza Báez, Constitutional economics, Constitutionalism, Construction contract, Consumer behaviour, Consumer confidence index, Consumer culture theory, Consumer debt, Consumer demand tests (animals), Consumer economics, Consumer education, Consumer sovereignty, Consumer unit (economics), Consumerism, Consumption distribution, Consumption function, Contemporary Accounting Research, Contemporary Economic Policy, Contemporary History Institute, Contemporary Review of the Middle East, Contestable market, Continental education system, Continuity and Change, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Contour line, Contour set, Contract theory, Controversy, Convergence (economics), Convex preferences, Conway's Game of Life, Cooper Pillot, Coordination failure (economics), Coordination good, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, Coral Gables Senior High School, CORE Project, Corina Crețu, Cormac Ó Gráda, Cormac Kinney, Cornelius Castoriadis, Cornell College, Cornell University Department of History, Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Corporate nationalism, Corporation, Corrado Gini, Corrective rape, Correlation does not imply causation, Correspondence (mathematics), Corvinus University of Budapest, Cost, Cost curve, Cost of capital, Cost-of-production theory of value, Cost-sharing mechanism, Costas Lapavitsas, Costas Meghir, Cottage Economy, Cotuit Hall, Council for Economic Education, Courage Quashigah, Courtaulds, Covenant Christian Academy (Georgia), Coventry House Publishing, COWI A/S, Cowles Foundation, Craig Button, Craig Kinsley, Craig Littlepage, Craig S. Morford, Crandell Addington, Crazy Rich Asians, Creative destruction, Creative industry in Brazil, Creativity, Creativity, Inc., Credentialism and educational inflation, Crime, Crime science, Crisis (Fleetway), Cristóbal Montoro, Cristina Narbona, Critical theory, Critical-Creative Thinking and Behavioral Research Laboratory, Criticism of college and university rankings (2007 United States), Criticism of non-standard analysis, Criticisms of neoclassical economics, Cross elasticity of demand, Cross section (geometry), Cross-cultural studies, Cross-sectional regression, Cross-sectional study, Crowding out (economics), Crown Jewel Defense, CUCEA, Cultural bias, Cultural dissonance, Cultural economics, Culture of Rome, Italy, Culture of the United Kingdom, Culture speculation, Culturology, Cumberland School of Law's Center for Biotechnology, Law, and Ethics, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute, Currency Wars, Current account, Curtis Marsh Jr., Curwin Friesen, Customer, Cuvillier Verlag, Cycle of poverty, Cynthia Chua, Cynthia Glassman, Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, Czesław Bobrowski, Czesława Pilarska, D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics, D. G. Ruparel College of Arts, Science and Commerce, D. Mark Kennet, D.A.V Public School Sahibabad, Dacology, Dagmar Hülsenberg, Dahrendorf hypothesis, Daisaku Ikeda, Dalandanan National High School, Dale Meyerrose, Dale T. Mortensen, Dalian Polytechnic University, Dalian University of Foreign Languages, Dalvík, Dalvíkurbyggð, Damascus University, Dan Cramer, Dan Eggen, Dan Gross (activist), Dan Johnson (economist), Dan Sullivan (American senator), Dan Tichon, Dana Bible, Daniel A. Levinthal, Daniel Akenine, Daniel Akerson, Daniel Alcides Carrión National University, Daniel B. Klein, Daniel Bahr, Daniel C. Ferguson, Daniel Cates, Daniel Cohen (economist), Daniel Diermeier, Daniel F. Spulber, Daniel J. Caron, Daniel Kahneman, Daniel Lalín, Daniel Lian, Daniel M. Hausman, Daniel Shilkov, Daniel Trefler, Daniel W. Drezner, Daniele Archibugi, Danielle Smith, Daniyal Akhmetov, Dankwart Danckwerts, Danny Lopez (businessman), Danny Quah, Danny Schechter, Dariusz Jemielniak, Darla Moore School of Business, Darul 'Uloom Karachi, Daryl Melham, Das Kapital, Data envelopment analysis, Dattatreya Gopal Karve, Dave Berkus, Dave Cummings, Dave Freudenthal, Dave Morin, Dave Norris (Louisiana politician), Dave Schulthise, Dave Spence, David A. Dodge, David A. Gross, David Aaronovitch, David B. Audretsch, David Bernhard, David Berri, David Blanchflower, David Bradford (economist), David Brailer, David Canning, David Card, David Carew, David Cass, David Cay Johnston, David Chandler Thomas, David Chilton, David Chilton (businessman), David Cuddy, David Cutler, David D. Friedman, David D. Nelson, David Daokui Li, David Darst, David Davidson (economist), David Dodd, David Easley, David Ebersman, David Emerson, David F. Swensen, David Fasenfest, David Figlio, David Fleming (writer), David Folkerts-Landau, David Ford, David G. Rand, David Gale, David Greenaway (economist), David Hadley, David Hammerstein Mintz, David Hartman (TV personality), David Hemenway, David Holt (psychotherapist), David Hughes Parry, David I. Meiselman, David Ignatius, David J. Saposs, David Johnson (company director), David Kibikyo, David Klein (economist), David Krikorian, David Laibman, David Laibson, David Landes, David Leckie, David M. Kennedy (historian), David M. Overton, David Marciano, David McClain (president), David McSweeney (politician), David Mustard (economist), David Neumark, David Omand, David Orrell, David Osborne, David R. Henderson, David Rosenbaum (journalist), David S. C. Chu, David S. Evans, David Schmeidler, David Schreck, David Soskice, David Steelman, David Sullivan (businessman), David T. Johnson, David Taylor (football administrator), David Tepper, David Thesmar, David Triesman, Baron Triesman, David Utrilla, David VanHoose, David Vines, David Warsh, David Wessel, David Williams (card game player), Davis Rich Dewey, Dawat University, Débora Giorgi, Düren, De Economist, Dean Allison, Dean Baker, Dean Fuleihan, Dean Lowry, DeAnne Julius, Death of a President (2006 film), Death of Luis Andres Colmenares, Debreu theorems, Debt-to-GDP ratio, Debunking Economics, Decentralization, Decision rule, Decision-making, Decision-making models, Deconvolution, Deepali Pant Joshi, Defence Services Academy, Definitions of economics, Deflation, Deindustrialization, Deirdre Connelly, Deirdre McCloskey, Dejan Šoškić, Della Moneta, Demand, Demand curve, Demand set, Demand shock, Demand vacuum, Dematerialization (economics), Dembo M. Badjie, Demerit good, Demidov Prize, Democracy and the Common Wealth, Democracy Matters, Democritus University of Thrace, Demographics of Chile, Demography, Demonstration (protest), Denise Maerker, Dennis Jett, Dennis P. Lockhart, Department of International Development (King's College London), Department of Trade and Industry (Philippines), Dependency ratio, Depreciation (economics), Depression (economics), Derek Falvey, Derick Milton Latibeaudiere, Dermot Nesbitt, Derrick Gosselin, Deshbandhu College, Deshbandhu College for Girls, Design brief, Design for X, Design life, Desmond Choo, Developing by working, Development anthropology, Development economics, Development studies, Devil's Bridge, Dharshini David, Diamond coconut model, Diana Williams, Diane Karusisi, Diane von Fürstenberg, Diário Económico, Dicționar enciclopedic român, Dichotomous preferences, Dick Bulterman, Dick Murphy, Dickinson System, Didier Ruef, Didier Sornette, Die Karpathen, Diederich Hinrichsen, Diederik Aerts, Diego Bossio, Diego Gambetta, Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, Differential equation, Differential geometry, Differentiation (sociology), Diffusion, Diffusion (business), Digos City National High School, Dilawar Figar, Dimensionless quantity, Diminishing returns, Dimitri B. Papadimitriou, Dimitrie Gusti, Dimitris Dimitrakos, Dionisio Meade y Garcia de Leon, Diplôme d'études universitaires générales, Diplomat, Dirk Bergemann, Disability-adjusted life year, Disadvantaged, Discards, Discipline (academia), Discounted utility, Discouraged worker, Discrete choice, Discrete time and continuous time, Disequilibrium macroeconomics, Dishoarding, Disintermediation, Dispersed knowledge, Distribution (economics), DIT University, Divestment, Divide and rule, Dividend puzzle, Divine coincidence, Division of Lindsay, Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Djuan Rivers, Dmitri Shepilov, Docnet, Doctor of Commerce, Doctor of Governance, Doctor of Science, Dokkyo University, Dom Bosco Catholic University, Domingo Cavallo, Dominic F. Pileggi, Dominic Pagon, Don Bosco Bandel, Don Vaughan (ice hockey), Don Watkins, Donald Abel, Donald Andrews, Donald Dewey, Donald F. Turner, Donald G. Saari, Donald J. Boudreaux, Donald Jacobs, Donald Kohn, Donald L. Hallstrom, Donald Trump, Dong Junshu, Donna Nelson, Doorbuster, Doreen Bogdan-Martin, Doreen Liu, Dorothy Brady, Dorothy Kenyon, Dortmund, Double degree, Double diversion, Doug Bandow, Doug Cloud, Doug Henwood, Douglas Bernheim, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Douglass North, Dov S. Zakheim, Dov Seidman, Dr Manmohan Singh Scholarship, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar (film), Drew Fudenberg, Du Bois Review, Duane Larson, Dušan Bajatović, Dušan Radonjič, Dubai English Speaking College, Dublin School, Dumping (pricing policy), Duncan K. Foley, Durability, Durable good, Dustin Moskovitz, Dutch book, Dutch disease, Duty (economics), Duval-Leroy, Dvorak Simplified Keyboard, Dwayne Benjamin, Dyal Singh College, Delhi, Dyal Singh College, Karnal, Dylan Fernandes, Dylan Schmorrow, Dylan Smith (businessman), Dynamic density, Dynamic epistemic logic, Dynamic inconsistency, Dynamic programming, Dynamical systems theory, Dystopia, E. Claiborne Robins School of Business, E. Gerald Corrigan, E. K. Hunt, E. Robert Kinney, E.B. Harris, EAFIT University, Earl Chudoff, Earl I. Anzai, Early life and career of Barack Obama, Earth Economics, Earth system science, Earthquake engineering, Ease of doing business index, East Asian Economic Review, East Asian studies, East China University of Science and Technology, East West University, East–West dichotomy, Easterlin hypothesis, Eastern Economic Journal, Eastman Narangoda, Eastwood College, Eat the Rich (book), Eatonia, Eberhard Gothein, EBS University of Business and Law, Ecodynamics, Ecole Supérieure de Gestion et de Technologie (ESGT-Benin University), Cotonou, Ecological economics, Ecological effects of biodiversity, Ecological interface design, Ecological model of competition, Ecological resilience, Econ, Econ Journal Watch, EconLit, Econodynamics, Econography, Econometric Theory, Econometrica, Economic and Labour Relations Review, Economic and Social Research Council, Economic collapse, Economic democracy, Economic determinism, Economic Development and Cultural Change, Economic Development Quarterly, Economic discrimination, Economic epidemiology, Economic equilibrium, Economic expansion, Economic geography, Economic graph, Economic growth, Economic history of Africa, Economic history of Chile, Economic history of Taiwan, Economic history of the world, Economic ideology, Economic indicator, Economic Inquiry, Economic interventionism, Economic Justice, Economic law (disambiguation), Economic methodology, Economic miracle, Economic model, Economic Modelling, Economic nationalism, Economic Notes, Economic Outlook, Economic Policy (journal), Economic policy of Donald Trump, Economic policy of the Bill Clinton administration, Economic problem, Economic progressivism, Economic puzzle, Economic region of production, Economic Social Legal Pathways, Economic sociology, Economic surplus, Economic system, Economic Theory (journal), Economica, Economics, Economics & Sociology, Economics (disambiguation), Economics (textbook), Economics and Human Biology, Economics Bulletin, Economics education, Economics Education and Research Consortium, Economics film, Economics handbooks, Economics imperialism, Economics in One Lesson, Economics Letters, Economics Network, Economics of defense, Economics of fascism, Economics of Governance, Economics of location, Economics of marriage, Economics of networks, Economics of science, Economics of Strategy, Economics of Transition, Economics terminology that differs from common usage, Economist, Economistic fallacy, Economy, Economy and Society, Economy of Alberta, Economy of Antigua and Barbuda, Economy of communist Czechoslovakia, Economy of Fiji, Economy of Kuwait, Economy of Mauritius, Economy of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Economy of Salt Lake City, Economy of Sarajevo, Economy of Serbia and Montenegro, Economy of Tanzania, Economy of the Isle of Man, Economy of the Northern Mariana Islands, Economy of Vanuatu, Economyths, Econophysics, Econstor, EconTalk, ECOPEACE Party, Ecosystem management, Ecosystem services, Ecotourism, Ed Crane (political activist), Ed Emmett, Ed Jew, Ed Lucas (baseball), Ed Savitz, Eddy Cue, Edgar Berger, Edgar L. Feige, Edge of chaos, Edgeworth box, Edgeworth conjecture, Edgeworth paradox, Edgeworth's limit theorem, Edith Abbott, Edith Penrose, Editorial URSS, Edmond Dantès, Edmund C. Moy, Edmund de Unger, Edmund Ezra Day, Edmund L. Andrews, Edmund Phelps, Eduard Gaugler, Eduardo Costantini, Eduardo Malapit, Education in Gabon, Education in Georgia (U.S. state), Education in Ghana, Education in Israel, Education in Karnataka, Education in Lahore, Education in Lebanon, Education in Moldova, Education in Mongolia, Education in Myanmar, Education in North Korea, Education in Pakistan, Education in Portugal, Education in Romania, Education in the Empire of Japan, Education in the Netherlands, Education in the Polish People's Republic, Education in the Republic of the Congo, Education policy, Educational capital, Edward B. Montgomery, Edward C. Harwood, Edward Elgar Publishing, Edward Glaeser, Edward Gramlich, Edward H. Cook, Edward Iacobucci, Edward J. Green, Edward J. Zore, Edward John Ray, Edward L. Morse, Edward Lazear, Edward Lipiński, Edward M. Hundert, Edward M. Miller, Edward McCaffery, Edward R. Dewey, Edward Ronald Walker, Edward Schreyer, Edward Thomas Devine, Edward Werner, Edward Witten, Edwin Kuh, Edy Korthals Altes, Effect of taxes on employment, Effective competition, Effective demand, Effective rate of protection, Efficient cake-cutting, Efthymios Mitropoulos, Egan Junior High School, Egon Balas, Ehud Kalai, Eileen Claussen, Eileen M. Crimmins, Eileen Tabios, Einar Hjörleifsson Kvaran, Einstein Papers Project, Eitan Ben Eliyahu, Eivind Brydøy, Ekkehart Schlicht, El Iberoamericano, Elaine Bennett Research Prize, Elaine Chao, Elaine Didier, Elasticity (economics), Elasticity of a function, Elbert Dijkgraaf, Electoral system, Elefant (band), Elements of national security, Elements of the Philosophy of Right, Eli Berman, Eli Noam, Eli Siegel, Eligio Ayala, Elinor Ostrom, Eliot Janeway, Eliot Ness, Elisabeth Altmann-Gottheiner, Elisabeth Gürtler, Elise Andaya, Elise Brezis, Elisha Pazner, Eliza Roszkowska Öberg, Elizabeth Bailey, Elizabeth Baker (economist), Elizabeth Hawes, Elizabeth Hoffman (professor), Elizabeth Parr-Johnston, Elizabeth Snowden, Ellen Margrethe Løj, Ellen van Langen, Eller College of Management, Elly Blanksma-van den Heuvel, Elman Rustamov, Elphinstone College, Elsa Artadi, Elsa Patricia Galarza Contreras, Elvia Carrillo Puerto, Embeddedness, Emecé Editores, Emil Lederer, Emil Sonderegger, Emile Cambry Jr., Emilio Lozoya, Emilio Zebadúa, Emissions trading, Emma Georgina Rothschild, Emmanuel Agbeko Gamor, Emmanuel Kasonde, Emmanuel Katongole (businessman), Emmanuel Noi Omaboe, Emmanuel Saez, Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile, Emmanuelle Latraverse, Emmett J. Rice, Emotion, Empire: Total War, Empirical legal studies, Employee compensation in the United States, Employer of last resort, Emre Aydın, Enciclopedia Combi Visual, Enclosure, End the Fed, Endogenous growth theory, Endowment effect, Energies (journal), Energy crisis, Energy economics, Energy in Africa, Energy intensity, Energy Research & Social Science, Energy system, Engaged Buddhism, Engel's law, Engineering, Engineering economics, Engineering management, Engineering physics, England, Enid Charles, Eniola Badmus, Enrico Moretti, Enrique Herrscher, Enrique V. Iglesias, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship ecosystem, Entropy, Environment and Planning, Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Defense Fund, Environmental economics, Environmental engineering science, Environmental governance in China, Environmental Research Letters, Environmental social science, Environmental Values, Environmentalism, Environmentally honest market system, Epistemic modal logic, Epistemological pluralism, Epsilon, Equation, Equilibrium Point Society, Equity (economics), Equivalisation, Eran Segal, Erasmus Research Institute of Management, Ercandize, Erciyes University, Eric A. Spiegel, Eric Bolling, Eric Bond, Eric Chester, Eric Erlandson, Eric Fisher Wood, Eric Forth, Eric Hanushek, Eric Haseltine, Eric Householder, Eric Karros, Eric Maskin, Eric Molson, Eric Pratt, Eric S. Rosengren, Eric Schansberg, Eric Van Rompuy, Erich Böhme, Erich Neumann (politician), Erik Angner, Erik Brynjolfsson, Erik Prince, Erik S. Reinert, Erik Scavenius, Erik Swoope, Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, Erin Burnett, Erna Solberg, Ernest Angelo, Ernest C. Pasour, Ernest Untermann, Ernesto Cordero Arroyo, Ernie Renzel, Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden, Ernst-Schneider-Preis, Erwin Huber, Erwin Wickert, Escola de Economia de São Paulo, Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini, Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, Eskerê Boyîk, Esmond Birnie, Essay on the Nature of Trade in General, Essence of Decision, Estanislao Rodríguez-Ponga, Estelle Akofio-Sowah, Esther Duflo, Estimation, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Eta, Ethan Kaplan, Ethical consumerism, Ethics, Ethics (journal), Ethnography, Ethnoichthyology, Eucalyptus, Eugen Kogon, Eugen Nesper, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, Eunice High School (Bloemfontein), Eurasia Foundation, Eureka College, Eurfyl ap Gwilym, EuroFaculty, Europa Universalis III, Europa-Institut, Europe Engulfed, European Academy of Sciences and Arts, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, European Central Bank, European College of Parma, European Culture and Economy, European Economic Review, European Investment Bank, European Joint Master degree in Economics, European Journal of Comparative Economics, European Single Market, European studies, European University at Saint Petersburg, European University Institute, European University of Tirana, Eva Altmann, Eva Lang, Eva Mueller, Evan Parke, Evans Hall (UC Berkeley), Evdokiya Maneva, Evelyn Matthei, Evening economy, Events leading to the Falklands War, Everett M. "Busy" Arnold, Evgeny Lykov, Evgeny Vinokurov, Evidence under Bayes theorem, Evidence-based practice, Evolutionarily stable strategy, Evolutionary economics, Ewen McQueen, Ewout Irrgang, Exame, Excess burden of taxation, Excess supply, Excludability, Exclusion principle, Exogeny, Expansión (Mexico), Expansion path, Expected return, Expected utility hypothesis, Expected value, Experience good, Experiment, Experimetrics, Expo Real, Exponential discounting, Exponential function, Exponential growth, Exponential utility, Exponentiation, Export-oriented industrialization, Express FM, Extended order, Extensive growth, External independent evaluation, Externality, Extreme physical information, Ezra Solomon, Fabian Ribauw, Fabrizio Cerina, Fachhochschule Kiel, Factor cost, Factor endowment, Factor market, Factor payments, Factor price equalization, Factors of production, Faculdades Integradas Rio Branco, Faculties and institutions of University of Ruhuna, Faculties and Schools of the University of the Fraser Valley, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Faculty of Politics and Government, Central University of Chile, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, Fad, Faerûn, Fahrenheit (Taiwanese band), Fair division, Fairfax, Virginia, Fairfield University College of Arts and Sciences, Fairland University, Faisal Al-Shalan, Faisal Arefin Dipan, Faisal Islam, Faisal Mushtaq, Falconhouse Grammar School, False economy, Family economics, FAO Country Profiles, Farallon Capital, Farhad Rahbar, Farhad Sepahbody, Farmer School of Business Building (Miami University), Farmers' Alliance, Farooq Leghari, Farooq Naek, Faruk Gül, Fathallah Sijilmassi, Fatos Nano, Fausto Bertinotti, Favourite-longshot bias, Faye Duchin, Fáy András Economic High School, Federal budget (economics), Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Federal University for Latin American Integration, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Federal University of Bahia, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Federal University of Goiás, Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Federal University of Santa Maria, Federal University of São João del-Rei, Federal University of São Paulo, Federal University of Uberlândia, Federal Urdu University, Federico A. Cordero, Fela Durotoye, Feldstein–Horioka puzzle, Felipe Pazos, Felix Kübler, Felix Rexhausen, Felix Tretter, Feminist economics, Feminist science fiction, Feminist theory, Ferdinand A. Hermens, Ferenc Gyurcsány, Fernand Ouellet, Fernando Alvarez (economist), Fernando Buesa, Fernando de Santibañes, Fernando González (writer), Fernando Lorenzo, Fernando Marino, Fernando Medina (politician), Fernando Teixeira dos Santos, Fernando Vianello, Fertility, Fibonacci retracement, Fibre-reinforced plastic tanks and vessels, Field research, Fields of Science and Technology, Filip Friedman, Filip Jan Rymsza, Filipino women writers, Finance, Finance Commission, Financial capital, Financial econometrics, Financial economics, Financial engineering, Financial law, Financial Revolution, Financial thriller, Finanzarchiv, Finn E. Kydland, FIOD-ECD, First-hitting-time model, Fiscal burden of government, Fiscal capacity, Fiscal incidence, Fiscal multiplier, Fiscal policy, Fiscal Studies, Fischer Black, Fischer Black Prize, Fisher equation, Fisher hypothesis, Fisher separation theorem, Fisheries science, Fixed capital, Fixed investment, Fixed point (mathematics), Flensburg, Flint School, Float (money supply), Florence Nsubuga, Florida Atlantic University College of Business, Florida International University College of Arts and Sciences, Florida State University, Florida State University College of Social Sciences, Floyd Brown, Folk economics, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Food distribution, Foodways, For a New Liberty, For the Win, Forced saving, Fordism, Foreign policy of the Donald Trump administration, Foreign policy of the Ronald Reagan administration, Foreign portfolio investment, Forensic accounting, Forensic economics, Forest product, Forestry, Forlì Branch of the University of Bologna, Formal epistemology, Forward Degree College, Fouad Kamal Hussein, Fouad Laroui, Foucault's lectures at the Collège de France, Foundation for Economic Education, Foundation Public School, Foundation University of Health Sciences, Fourth Great Awakening, Fragile state, Fragmentation (economics), Fran Quinn, François Chesnais, François Gény, François Quesnay, François Simiand, Frances P. Ruane, Francesco Paolo Cantelli, Francesco Parisi, Francesco Saverio Nitti, Francine D. Blau, Francis Idachaba, Francis Odega, Francis Wayland, Francis Wilson (economist), Francisco Labastida, Franco Bernabè, Franco Modigliani, FrancoAngeli, Frank Anscombe, Frank Chaloupka, Frank Cowell, Frank E. Baxter, Frank Farry, Frank Fetter, Frank Heemskerk, Frank L. McVey, Frank Land, Frank Lautenberg, Frank Lorenzo, Frank Moore Colby, Frank Moulaert, Frank N. Newman, Frank Oppenheimer, Frank P. O'Hare, Frank P. Ramsey, Frank Rutherford, Frank Stilwell (economist), Frank T. Rothaermel, Franke Wilmer, Frankfurt International School, Frankfurt School, Frans Peter von Knorring, Frans Schartaus gymnasium, Frans Weekers, Frans Weisglas, Franz Josef Strauss, Franz Voves, Franz Xaver von Funk, Franziska Maichle, Frédéric Passy, Freakonomics, Fred Foldvary, Fred K. Schaefer, Fred Mukisa, Fred Penner, Fred T. Goldberg Jr., Frederic Mishkin, Frederic Pryor, Frederica Academy, Frederick Hertz, Frederick Leith-Ross, Frederick Macaulay, Frederick Soddy, Frederik Kortlandt, Free contract, Free entry, Free market, Free migration, Free scientific research, Free Trade Reimagined, Freida Pinto, Frictionless market, Fridtjof Frank Gundersen, Frieda Wunderlich, Friedhelm Gehrmann, Friedrich August Freiherr von der Heydte, Friedrich Hayek, Friedrich Heckmann, Friedrich Karl von Koenig-Warthausen, Friedrich L. Sell, Friedrich List, Friedrich Pollock, Friedrich von Wieser, Frisch Medal, Fritz Eberhard, Fritz Grobba, Front organization, Fuad El-Hibri, Fuerteventura, Fukuda Doctrine, Fukue Domain, Fukui Domain, Fukuoka Domain, Fukuyama Domain, Full Employment Abandoned, Funai Domain, Function of several real variables, Functional currency, Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado, Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Fundamental human needs, Fungibility, Fuqua School of Business, Fusae Ohta, Future-oriented agent, Futures studies, Fuzzy concept, Fuzzy-trace theory, G. Marthandan, G. Warren Nutter, G. William Miller, Gabdulkhay Akhatov, Gabibulla Rabadanovich Khasaev, Gabriel Quadri de la Torre, Gabriel Ste-Marie, Gabriele Hooffacker, Gachon University, Gadi Shamni, Gadjah Mada University, Gaetano Filangieri, Gaetano Mosca, Gail Katz, Gains from trade, Galal Amin, Galen University, Galilee Basin, Game, Game theory, Gameplay of Stars!, Games and Economic Behavior, Gaming Research Center, Gandhi Nagar Public School Moradabad, Gandhian economics, Gansu, Gardens Commercial High School, Gareth Myles, Garett Jones, Garrett Wang, Gary Becker, Gary H. Stern, Gary Hoover, Gary Libecap, Gary North (economist), Gary Perlin, Gary Rodkin, Gaspar Martins, Gaspare Manos, Gauhati University, Gaurav Keerthi, Gautam Bambawale, Gavar, Gavar State University, Gavin Clydesdale Reid, Gábor Rekettye, Gérard Roland (economist), Göran Bronner, Gösta Bagge, Gösta Rehn, Günter Fronius, Günther Maleuda, GCE Advanced Level in Sri Lanka, GDP deflator, Geary–Khamis dollar, Geduldig v. Aiello, Geeta Menon, Gelsenkirchen, Geminiano Montanari, Gen. T. de Leon National High School, Gender Development Index, Gender HCI, Gender in public administration, Gender Parity Index, Gene Gutchë, General Algebraic Modeling System, General equilibrium theory, General rating of city appeal, Generalized expected utility, Generalized Ozaki cost function, Generalized second-price auction, Geneva Declaration on the Future of the World Intellectual Property Organization, Gennady Lebedev, Gennady Stolyarov II, Genoeconomics, Gentrification, Genuine progress indicator, Geoffery Merszei, Geoffrey A. Jehle, Geoffrey Colvin, Geoffrey Hoyle, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, Geoffrey Jones (academic), Geoffrey Knauth, Geoffrey Onegi Obel, Geoffrey Sampson, Geographic mobility, Geographical regions of Turkey, Geography, Geography of Brazil, Geometric series, Geoponici, Georg Friedrich Knapp, Georg Helm, Georg Wassilko von Serecki, George A. Peapples, George Ainslie (psychologist), George Akerlof, George Anyona, George Barker (Virginia politician), George Boyer, George Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll, George Dantzig, George Edward Cheney, George Fay, George G. Lundberg, George Galster, George Goschen, 1st Viscount Goschen, George Hilton (historian), George Kuznets, George Lindemann, George Loewenstein, George McGovern, George P. Shultz, George Reisman, George Robertson, Baron Robertson of Port Ellen, George S. Oldfield, George Selgin, George Stigler, George Strake Jr., George W. Barnwell, George W. Bush presidential campaign, 2000, George W. Taylor (professor), George Will, George Zimmer, George-Marios Angeletos, Georges Bataille, Georges Dionne (professor), Georges Jacobs, Georges Pauget, Georges Romme, Georgetown College (Georgetown University), Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgian International Academy, Georgina Wilson, Georgios Vernicos, Georgism, Geraint Johnes, Gerald Ford, Gerald Hassell, Gerald J. Lynch, Gerald McEntee, Geraldine Emma May Jebb, Gerardo Ruiz Mateos, Gerd Roellecke, Gerhard Eichelmann, Gerhard Schick, Gerhard Zeitel, German Academic Exchange Service, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv), German Economic Review, German Historical School, German model, German National Library of Economics, German philosophy, German Studies Association, German University of Administrative Sciences, Speyer, German-Arab Friendship Association, Gerontechnology, Gerrit Ybema, Gerry Harvey, Gertrud David, Gettysburg College, Ghislain Deslandes, Giammaria Ortes, Gian Rinaldo Carli, Giannini sextuplets, Gideon Polya, Gies College of Business, Giffen good, Gift, Gilbert N. Lewis, Gilbert schema for Ulysses, Gilbert Slater, Gilberto Arias, Gilles Paquet, Gilles Saint-Paul, Gini coefficient, Giorgos Markopoulos, Giornale degli economisti e annali di economia, Giovanni Arrighi, Girish Mishra, Gladys L. Palmer, Glenn Hubbard (economist), Glenn M. Wise, Glenn MacDonald, Global Apollo Programme, Global catastrophic risk, Global city, Global commons, Global game, Global health, Global Insight, Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, Global Mayors' Forum, Global studies, Globalization and Its Discontents, Globalization and World Cities Research Network, Gloria Salguero Gross, Gloria Stella Díaz, Glossary of areas of mathematics, Glossary of civil engineering, Glossary of economics, Glossary of engineering, Glossary of geography terms, Glossary of structural engineering, Glyn Davies (economist), Goalpara College, Goblet d'Alviella, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Gold in the mine, Gold standard, Golden Public School, Gajsinghpur, Golden Rule savings rate, Golden State Exams, Gong Byeong-ho, Gonzalo García Núñez, Goodhart's law, Goods, Goods and services, Gord Kluzak, Gordie Lockbaum, Gordon Newton, Gordon Thiessen, Gordon Tullock, Gorman polar form, Gossen's second law, Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Gothenburg University Library, Gottfried Feder, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Government Arts College, Ooty, Government Arts College, Rajahmundry, Government Autonomous College, Rourkela, Government College Hayatabad Peshawar, Government College Peshawar, Government College University (Lahore), Government Degree College Badaber Peshawar, Government Degree College Naguman Peshawar, Government Girls' Postgraduate College, Rampur, Government of Cúcuta, Government of Experts, Government Post Graduate College (Chakwal), Government Post Graduate College (Sahiwal), Government Post Graduate College (Swabi), Government Post Graduate College Nowshera, Government Rajindra College, Bathinda, Government Saadat College, Government spending, Government Superior Science College Peshawar, Government Victoria College, Palakkad, Government-granted monopoly, Govt. Science College, Chatrapur, Govt. Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Mohila College, Graças Foster, Graduate School of Economics, Finance, and Management, Graduate unemployment, Graeme Moodie, Graeme Revell, Graeme Snooks, Graham Loomes, Graham v. John Deere Co., Grand strategy wargame, Grande Fratello (season 3), Grandes écoles, Granger causality, Grant Reuber, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, Graphics, Grass (card game), Great Acceleration, Great Books of the Western World, Great Lakes Regional University, Great Leap Forward, Great Rationality Debate, Great Recession, Greed versus grievance, Greedonomics, Greek letters used in mathematics, science, and engineering, Green Economics Institute, Green economy, Green Hope High School, Green libertarianism, Green Mountain High School, Green Party of Canada candidates, 2006 Canadian federal election, Green Party of Manitoba candidates, 2003 Manitoba provincial election, Greenberg & Lieberman, Greenhills College, Greg Fischer, Greg Mankiw, Greg Palast, Greg Quinn (Missouri), Greg Van Roten, Gregory Berns, Gregory Chow, Gregory F. Casagrande, Greifswald, Gresham's law, Gresham's School, Greta Kuckhoff, Greystanes High School, Grigoriy Mihaylovich Naginskiy, Grinnell College, Gross National Happiness, Gross output, Gross private domestic investment, Gross substitutes (indivisible items), Gross value added, Grosvenor Grammar School, Groupe des Dix, Growth accounting, Growth and Change, Growth Fetish, Growth in a Time of Debt, Grumbach, GSM London, GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development, Guesstimate, Guglielmo Tagliacarne, Guido de Marco, Guido di Tella, Guido Mantega, Guillermo Söhnlein, Guillermo W. Méndez, Guinness Pakru, Gunnar Myrdal, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Gus O'Donnell, Gust De Muynck, Gustav Cassel, Gustav von Schmoller, Gustavo Ferraro, Gustavo Piga, Guy Bujold, Guy Stroumsa, Guyana Stock Exchange, Gwyn Hughes (cricketer), Gymnasium (school), Gyula Lóránt, H. D. Karunaratne, H. M. Posnett, Haas School of Business, Habib Essid, Hacktivism, Hafed Al-Ghwell, Haider A. Khan, Haim Jelin, Haim Laskov, Hajime Kawakami, Hakim Ben Hammouda, Hal Bidlack, Halil İbrahim Akça, Halliburton Co. v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc., Hamada Domain, Hamburg Aviation, Hamline University School of Business, Han Seung-soo, Hanif Ramay, Hanna Verboom, Hannam University, Hans Bergström, Hans Blokland (politician), Hans Delbrück, Hans Ehrenberg, Hans Hagnell, Hans Nieland, Hans Reidar Holtermann, Hans Schaul, Hans Schenk, Hans Sennholz, Hans Staudinger, Hans van den Doel (Labour Party), Hans van der Noordaa, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Hans-Paul Bürkner, Hans-Ulrich Wehler, Hans-Werner Sinn, Hans-Wolfgang Arndt, Hansung University, Hany Abdel-Aziz, Happiness economics, Happy Palace Grammar School, Happy Planet Index, Harbin Engineering University, Hard and soft science, Hard power, Haris Vlavianos, Harlem Renaissance, Harmonies of Political Economy, Harold Davis (American football), Harold Demsetz, Harold E. Jones Child Study Center, Harold Gilliam, Harold Hotelling, Harold Johnson (sportscaster), Harold L. Sirkin, Harold Mowery, Harold T. Martin III, Harriet Shaw Weaver, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, Harry Bedford (politician), Harry Cleaver, Harry Gordon Johnson, Harry J. Holzer, Harry Magdoff, Harry R. Clements, Harry Rowen, Hartpury College, Harvard Business School, Harvard Girl, Harvard University Asia Center, Harvey C. Barnum Jr., Harvey S. Rosen, Harvie Ward, Hastings Environmental Law Journal, Hasunoike Domain, Havatzalot Program, Havering Sixth Form College, Hawa Ndilowe, Hawassa University, Hayao Miyazaki, Hazim al-Shaalan, Håvard Alstadheim, Héctor Valdez Albizu, Höhere Berufsfachschule für Wirtschaftsinformatik, Hōjō Domain, Health economics, Health policy, Health services research, Health Utilities Index, Heather Boushey, Hebei University, Hebei University of Economics and Business, Heckman correction, Hector Olea, Hedayat Amin Arsala, Hedonic damages, Hedonic game, Hedonic regression, Hedonology, Hefei University, Hegelianism, Hegemonic stability theory, Heidi Hartmann, Heidi Shierholz, Heikki H. Herlin, Heiner Flassbeck, Heinrich Bernhard Oppenheim, Heinrich Freiherr von Stackelberg, Heinrich Friedrich Karl vom und zum Stein, Heinrich Lades, Heinrich Popitz, Heinrich von Pierer, Heinz Arndt, Heinz College, Helen Makower, Helen O'Bannon, Helene Marsh, Helga Schubert, Helir-Valdor Seeder, Helmut Heiderich, Helmut Müller, Helmut Schmidt University, Helping behavior, Hempfield High School, Henan Agricultural University, Henan University of Economics and Law, Henric Sanielevici, Henrik Lax, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Henry Calvert Simons, Henry Chesbrough, Henry Mora Jiménez, Henry N. Butler, Henry S. Reuss, Henry Sanderson Furniss, 1st Baron Sanderson, Henry Staunton (businessman), Henry Woodhouse (forger), Henryk Broder, Herb Gallagher, Herb Grubel, Herbert A. Simon, Herbert Büchs, Herbert Belter, Herbert Gintis, Herbert Scarf, Herbert Thambiah, Herd behavior, Herfindahl index, Heritage science, Herman A. Berliner, Herman K. van Dijk, Herman Van Rompuy, Hermann Budzislawski, Hermann Kasack, Hermann Otto Solms, Hermann Scheer, Hermann-Böse-Gymnasium, Hermann-Josef Tenhagen, Herminio Aquino, Hernán Lorenzino, Herndon High School, Hero, Hersh Shefrin, Herson Capri, Hervé Déry, Hesiod, Heterodox economics, Heterogeneity in economics, Hicks-Tinbergen Award, Hicks–Marshall laws of derived demand, Hidayatullah National Law University, Hidden Agenda (1988 video game), Hideki Fujisawa, High-speed rail in China, Higher Attestation Commission, Higher education in Portugal, Higher education in the United States, Higher Technical Examination Programme, Higher Technological Institute, Hilda Ochoa-Brillembourg, Hilde Behrend, Hina Rabbani Khar, Hip Hop Caucus, Hirado Domain, Hiroko Ōta, Hirose Domain, Historian, Historiography in the Soviet Union, History, History of artificial intelligence, History of calculus, History of capitalism, History of capitalist theory, History of direct democracy in the United States, History of ecology, History of economic thought, History of geography, History of Hydro-Québec, History of insurance, History of Islamic economics, History of Ohio Wesleyan University, History of Oregon, History of philosophy in Poland, History of Political Economy, History of political science, History of probability, History of science, History of Somalia (1991–2006), History of Spain, History of statistics, History of Tbilisi, History of the Constitution of the Roman Republic, History of the petroleum industry in Canada (natural gas liquids), History of the University of Michigan, History of Tibetan Buddhism, Hit-and-run tactics, Hitoyoshi Domain, Hla Myint, Hoarding (economics), Hoërskool Jim Fouché, Hoesung Lee, Holbrook Working, Hold-up problem, Holger Görg, Hollie McNish, Holmström's theorem, Holy Trinity Diocesan High School, Homa Katouzian, Home equity, Homer Hoyt, Homer Rainey, Homo economicus, Homo Oeconomicus, Homo reciprocans, Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education, Honor society, Hooghly Women's College, Hooman Radfar, Hoop Dreams, Horst Ehmke, Horst Köhler, Horst Siebert, Hospodářské noviny, Hossein Askari (economist), Hot money, Hotelling's law, Houdek (soil), House, Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey, Housemaid Debate, Houston Advanced Research Center, How Much Is Enough? (book), How to Argue with an Economist, Howar Ziad, Howard B. Bromberg, Howard Jonas, Howard Lutnick, Howard Raiffa, Howard Rich, Howard T. Odum, Howard Weiss, HP SPaM, Hu Angang, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Hubertus van der Vaart, Hudson Institute, Hugh Acheson, Hugh Hambleton, Hugh Pym, Hugo Diemer, Human Action, Human behavior, Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Human behavioral ecology, Human capital, Human ecology, Human nature, Human Poverty Index, Human science, Humanistic capitalism, Humanistic economics, Humanomics, Humans Need Not Apply, Humayun Kabir, Humboldt University of Berlin, Hun Sen, Hunan University of Commerce, Hungarian Americans, Hunger's Rogues, Hunter College, Hunter L. Hunt, Hussein Bakry Gazzaz, Hustler, Hutton Grammar School, Huw Dixon, Hyman Minsky, Hyperbolic absolute risk aversion, Hyperbolic coordinates, Hyperbolic discounting, Hysteresis, Hysteresis (economics), Hyun-Song Shin, I. M. Rubinow, Ian Diamond, Ian Lloyd (politician), Ian Martin (UN official), Ian Shepherdson, IB Group 3 subjects, IB Group 5 subjects, Ibadan, Ibmec, Ibn Khaldun, Ibrahim Baylan, Ibrahim Oweiss, Ideal type, Identity line, IEEE P1906.1, IFP School, Igwe Aja-Nwachukwu, Ijeoma Oluo, Ike Awgu, Il Foglio, Ilda Figueiredo, Ile-de-France Region Waste Management Observatory, Illicit financial flows, Illinois's 8th congressional district election, 2006, Imam Hossein University, Imam Sadiq University, Immanuel Wallerstein, Immortal Technique, Imperfect competition, Imperial College Press, Implicit cost, Implicit function, Import ratio, Import substitution industrialization, Impulse response, Imtiaz Alam Hanfi, In Praise of Idleness and Other Essays, In Search of Marco Polo, Ina Garten, Inalienable possessions, Incentive, Incentive-centered design, Inclusive capitalism, Income, Income distribution, Income–consumption curve, Incomes policy, Index (economics), Index of branches of science, Index of civics articles, Index of economics articles, Index of politics articles, Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare, India Unbound, Indian Citation Index, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, Indian Institute of Management Shillong, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Indian Statistical Service, Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, Indifference curve, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Indirect utility function, Individual capital, Individualism and Economic Order, Indonesian language, Indonesian State College of Accountancy, Indradeep Sinha, Indraprastha College for Women, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial district, Industrial ecology, Industrial organization, Industrial Relations (journal), Industrial society, Industry classification, Inequality of bargaining power, Inequity aversion, Inertial inflation, Inferior good, Infinite divisibility, Inflation, Inflationary gap, Influence: Science and Practice, Influences on Karl Marx, Info-gap decision theory, Information asymmetry, Information economy, Information good, Information policy, Information Systems Research, Information technology consulting, Information-based complexity, Infosys Prize, Infrastructure bias, Ingeman Arbnor, Ingo Friedrich, Ingrid Woolard, Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Inner Mongolia University of Technology, Innovation, Innovation economics, Innovative University of Eurasia, Innsbruck, Input–output model, INSEAD, Inside Apple, Inside lag, Instapundit, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals, Institut d'études politiques de Lyon, Institut d'études politiques de Strasbourg, Institut supérieur du commerce de Paris, Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, Institute for Financial Management and Research, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Institute for Public Policy Research, Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration, Institute for Research on Poverty, Institute for Sales and Account Management, Institute for Structural Research, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Institute of Competition Law, Institute of Economic Growth, Institute of West Asian Studies, Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Institution, Institutionalist political economy, Instituto Millenium, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Insurance, Intangible good, Intelligent agent, Intensity of preference, Interactive Museum of Economics, Interdisciplinarity, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program, Intereconomics, Interest rate, Internal balance, Internalization, Internalization theory, International business development, International Christian University, International Christian University – Kyiv, International College, Beirut, International Conference on Game Theory at Stony Brook, International development, International development consulting, International Economic Review, International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, International Energy Agency, International Finance (journal), International Finno-Ugric Students’ Conference, International Fiscal Association, International Journal of Central Banking, International Journal of Manpower, International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, International Labour Review, International legal theories, International political economy, International Publishers, International relations, International Review of Law and Economics, International School of Software, Wuhan University, International Science and Research University, International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications, International Small Business Journal, International Society for Justice Research, International studies, International trade theory, International University College of Turin, International University of Japan, International University of Management and Administration, Internationalization, Internationalization of Higher Education, Interrupted time series, Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum, Intertemporal budget constraint, Intragovernmental holdings, Intransitivity, Intrinsic theory of value, Invasion, Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Without Work, Invention, Inventory bounce, Inverse demand function, Investment goods, Investor's Business Daily, Ion Oncescu, Iranian presidential election debates, 2013, Irena Ponaroshku, Irena Szewińska, Irene Calvert, Irene Runge, Irene Shubik, Iron law of wages, Irrationality, Irving Fisher, Irving R. Levine, Irwin Schiff, Is Geography Destiny?, Isa Mustafa, Isaac Alfie, Isabel Paterson, Isabel Sawhill, Isabella Clara Eugenia, Isaiah L. Kenen, Isam al Khafaji, ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon, ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute, Islamic economics, Islamic embroidery, Islamic Golden Age, Islamic studies, Islamic University of Gaza, Islamic University, Bangladesh, Isle of Man Treasury, ISM University of Management and Economics, Ismail Serageldin, Isocost, Isoelastic utility, Isolde Liebherr, Isotropy, Israel Kirzner, Israel Nogueda Otero, Istanbul Bilgi University, Istituto agronomico per l'oltremare, Italian society of economics demography and statistics, Itzhak Gilboa, Itzhak Ilan, Itzik Kornfein, Ivan Bardin, Ivan Kostov, Ivan Lesay, Ivan Neill, Ivan Peronko, Ivan Smiljanić (rower), Ivo Belet, IZA Journal of Migration, J curve, J. B. Prashant More, J. B. Sumarlin, J. Barkley Rosser Jr., J. Bradford DeLong, J. D. Trout, J. Donald R. de Raadt, J. J. Jelincic, J. Mahendran, J. Patrick Doyle, J. Patrick Lewis, J. Randolph (Randy) Lewis, J. Soedradjad Djiwandono, Jack D. Steinhilber, Jack Higgins (cartoonist), Jack Hillen, Jack Kiefer (statistician), Jack Kingston, Jack Manning (actor), Jack Markell, Jack Ryan (character), Jack Speiden, Jack Swarbrick, Jack Woolams, Jackalyne Pfannenstiel, Jacob A. Frenkel, Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, Jacob Viner, Jacqueline Novogratz, Jacques Braunstein, Jacques Claude Marie Vincent de Gournay, Jacques de Mahieu, Jacques Drèze, Jacques Ellul, Jacques Jiha, Jacques Mairesse (economist), Jacques-André Istel, Jacquin Strouss Lucena, Jaffar Public School, Jagannath Barooah College, Jagannath Sarkar, Jagdish Narain Sapru, Jaime de Marichalar, Jair Lynch, Jake Anderegg, Jake Burton Carpenter, Jake Madoff, Jakob B. Madsen, Jama Masjid Rahmaniya, Bhairahawa (Nepal), Jambi University, Jambo (board game), James Alm, James B. Bullard, James B. Duke Professor, James B. Thayer, James Blunt, James Briden, James Broselow, James Burnham, James C. Miller III, James D. Montgomery (economist), James Emman Kwegyir Aggrey, James F. Amos, James F. Rinehart, James G. MacKinnon, James Hargest College, James Ibori, James L. Allen, James Laurence Laughlin, James M. Hamilton, James M. Johnson (judge), James M. Lindsay, James Madison College, James Madison High School (Brooklyn), James McDonald (economist), James McIntire (politician), James Michaels, James Michel, James Mill, James Morgan (journalist), James Mutende, James Mwangi, James O'Shaughnessy, James P. Grant, James P. Hoffa, James P. Quirk, James Prescott Joule, James Sherwood, James Shikwati, James Spriggs Payne, James T. Laney, James Thornton (health economist), James White (New Mexico politician), James Wyckoff, Jami Miscik, Jamia Islamia Darul Uloom Madania, Jamie Chung, Jamie Rivera, Jamiluddin Aali, Jan Švejnar, Jan Beyer Schmidt-Sørensen, Jan Bidrman, Jan Eliasson, Jan Haaland, Jan Kouwenhoven, Jan Luiten van Zanden, Jan Neruda Grammar School, Jan Pen, Jan Pronk, Jan Tinbergen, Jan van Houwelingen (politician), Jan Wejchert, Jan-Benedict Steenkamp, Jan-Erik Lane, Jane Fraser (banking), Jane Jacobs, Japan and the World Economy, Japan–Taiwan relations, Japanese asset price bubble, Japanese newspapers, Japanese yen, Japfü Christian College, Jasmina Tešanović, Jason Brennan, Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University, Javier Fernández Aguado, Javier González Fraga, Javier Maroto, Javier Perez-Capdevila, Jawaharlal Nehru College, Jay Faison, Jay Furman, Jay Inslee, Jay Wright Forrester, Jayaram, Jayme Illien, János Kornai, Jára Cimrman, Jérôme de Bontin, Jörg Guido Hülsmann, Jörg Huffschmid, Jørn Rattsø, Jürgen Hardt, Jürgen Mulert, Jean Baucus, Jean Baudrillard, Jean Boyle, Jean Drèze, Jean Mohr, Jean Tirole, Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Jean-Claude Bastos de Morais, Jean-François Rischard, Jean-Pierre Hansen (CEO), Jean-Pierre Van Rossem, Jean-Robert Tyran, Jeanne Bonds, Jeanne Lapauze, Jeb Hensarling, Jeff Fortenberry, Jeff Greene, Jeff Immelt, Jeff Luhnow, Jeff Stibel, Jeff Weiner, Jeffery Cohelan, Jeffi Medina, Jeffrey A. Goldstein, Jeffrey Evans, 4th Baron Mountevans, Jeffrey Frankel, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, Jeffrey Miron, Jeffrey Sachs, Jeffrey W. Johnson, Jeffrey Wooldridge, Jeffrey Yi-Lin Forrest, JEL classification codes, Jenni Hogan, Jennifer 8. Lee, Jennifer Hunt, Jennifer Kotwal, Jenny Scott, Jens Lehmann, Jens Ludwig (economist), Jered Carr, Jeremy Allaire, Jeremy Lin, Jeroen van der Veer, Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology, Jerry A. Hausman, Jerry Fishman, Jerry Jasinowski, Jerry Jordan, Jerry Mander, Jesús Federico Reyes Heroles, Jesoni Vitusagavulu, Jesse Boone, Jesse R. Pitts, Jesse Shapiro, Jessica Wooley, Jewel Taylor, Ji Chaoding, Jianghan University, Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, Jianqing Fan, Jianwei Huang, Jiaozi (currency), Jiří Buquoy, Jilin University, Jill Tiefenthaler, Jim Cairns, Jim Kremmel, Jim Puplava, Jim Rodnunsky, Jim Silva, Jim Tomlinson, Jim Wallace, Baron Wallace of Tankerness, Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Maymann, Jisshu Sengupta, Jiwaji University, Jnana Sweekar PU College, Joachim Merz, Joan Muysken, Joan Sardà i Dexeus, Joan Walters, Joann Weiner, Joaquín Lavín, Joaquim Levy, Joash Mayanja Nkangi, João Bosco Mota Amaral, Jocelyn Wang, Jock R. Anderson, Jody Wagner, Joe Koshansky, Joe Lieberman, Joe Morrissey, Joe Nixon, Joe Robbie, Joel Waldfogel, Joey Santiago, Johan Bergqvist, Johan Christian Fabricius, Johan Daisne, Johan de Witt, Johan Forssell (politician, born 1979), Johan Galtung, Johan Norberg, Johann Heinrich von Thünen, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Johannes Nider, John A. List, John Abbott College, John Angus Weir, John Asimakopoulos, John B. Cobb, John B. Taylor, John Bates Clark Medal, John Bellamy Foster, John Bello, John Bonacic, John Broome (philosopher), John Burr Williams, John C. A. Barrett, John C. Goodman, John Carpenter (game show contestant), John Cogliano, John Connally, John D. FitzGerald, John D. Kasarda, John Ddumba Ssentamu, John Duffy (economist), John E. Floyd, John Edward Brownlee, John Elway, John Exter, John F. Helliwell, John F. Kennedy School of Government, John F. Sattler, John Fishwick, John Flemming, John Forbes Nash Jr., John Franklin Crowell, John Fritchey, John Gavin, John Goscha, John Gosden, John H. Langbein, John H. Makin, John Hajnal, John Haltiwanger, John Hamre, John Hanford, John Harsanyi, John Henry Richardson, John Howard Lindauer, John J. Donovan, John J. Stuhr, John K. Castle, John Kennedy (Louisiana politician), John Kennedy College, John Kenneth Galbraith, John Locke, John Lott, John M. Abowd, John MacBain, John Maclean (Scottish socialist), John Matshikiza, John McFetridge, John McKissick, John Mills (businessman), John Moore (economist), John Morgan (economist), John Murtha, John Neville Keynes, John O'Shea (humanitarian), John Olumba, John P. White, John Paul Jones Arena, John Paul Vann, John Pluthero, John Preston McConnell, John R. Commons, John Richardson (businessman), John Rickard (academic), John Ridpath, John Roper, Baron Roper, John Roth (businessman), John Rust, John S. Service, John Safer, John Schmitt (economist), John Stuart Mill, John Tree, John von Neumann, John W. Dorsey, John W. Rogers Jr., John W. Snow, John Whitehead (New Zealand), Johnnie Walker (film), Jon Anderson (athlete), Jon Blaalid, Jon Denning, Jon Gerrard, Jon Hippe, Jon Lansman, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Jonah Rockoff, Jonas Andersson (swimmer), Jonas Söderlund, Jonathan Baron, Jonathan Coulton, Jonathan Gruber (economist), Jonathan I. Schwartz, Jonathan Landgrebe, Jonathan Leape, Jonathan Meese, Jonathan Moakes, Jonathan Morduch, Jonathan Rapping, Jonathan Somen, Jonty Usborne, Joop den Uyl, Joop Wijn, Jordi Pigem, Jordon Dizon, Jorge Alberto Uribe, Jorge Remes Lenicov, Jorge Serrano Elías, Jorgovanka Tabaković, Jornal da Globo, Jos Punt, José Andreu García, José Antonio Ocampo, José Batlle y Ordóñez, José González-Lander, José Guadalupe Osuna Millán, José Javier Pomés Ruiz, José Julián Sidaoui, José Luis Machinea, José Luis Sampedro, José Luna, José Manuel Barroso, José María Álvarez-Pallete, José Mentor Guilherme de Mello, José Scheinkman, Jose Encarnacion Jr., Jose Nandhikkara, Jose V. Romero Jr., Josef Wiederkehr, Josef Zieleniec, Joseph Bertrand, Joseph D. Reid, Joseph E. Potter, Joseph F. Bruno, Joseph Haslag, Joseph Höffner, Joseph Henrich, Joseph Hugh Allen, Joseph Kofi Adda, Joseph Mucheru, Joseph Nation, Joseph Salerno, Joseph Schumpeter, Joseph W. Barr, Joseph W. Willard, Josephine Roche, Josh Gare, Josh Sims, Joshua Angrist, Joshua D. Wright, Joshua M. Epstein, Josiah Warren, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Administrative Sciences, Journal of Applied Philosophy, Journal of British Studies, Journal of Business Cycle Research, Journal of Consumer Policy, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Developing Societies, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Economic Geography, Journal of Economic Growth, Journal of Economic Issues, Journal of Economic Literature, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Journal of Economic Surveys, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Journal of Forecasting, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Journal of Housing Economics, Journal of Human Capital, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, Journal of International Development, Journal of International Economics, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Investment Management, Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Libertarian Studies, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of Moral Theology, Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Population Economics, Journal of Private Enterprise, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Journal of Sports Economics, Journal of the European Economic Association, Joy Fahrenkrog, Joya de Nicaragua, Jozo Tomasevich, Juan Andrés Fontaine Talavera, Juan Camilo Mouriño, Juan Carlos Monedero, Juan José Ibarretxe, Juan Manuel Villasuso, Juan María Fernández y Krohn, Judhajit Bagchi, Judith Andre, Judith Chevalier, Judith Martin, Judy Lewent, Julia Bodmer, Julian Burnside, Julian Darley, Julian Le Grand, Julian McGauran, Julian Simon, Juliana of the Netherlands, Julianne Malveaux, Julie A. Nelson, Julie Kocurek, Juliette Powell, Julio Garavito Armero, Julius Hobson, Julius Leber, Julius Oketta, Juliusz Leo, Jun Senoue, June Nash, Junior college (Singapore), Junior College of Commerce Nagasaki University, Juniper Advisory, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, Jurgen Brauer, Jurimetrics, Just price, Just-in-time teaching, Justen Ericksen, Justin Yifu Lin, Justus Haucap, Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia, Jytte Guteland, K. Balakrishna kurup, K. Veeramani, Kabakumba Masiko, Kadambari Jethwani, Kaduna State University, Kai Twilfer, Kaila Yu, Kajsa Ollongren, Kakutani fixed-point theorem, Kale Kayihura, Kalervo Oberg, Kalim Siddiqui, Kalman filter, Kalman Mann, Kalyani Bondre, Kamala Nehru College, Kameshwar Poolla, Kamidia Radisti, Kan Mukai, Kanō Jigorō, Kansas State University College of Agriculture, Kantakuzina Katarina Branković Serbian Orthodox Secondary School, Karachi Grammar School, Karatsu Domain, Karen B. Stewart, Karen Buck, Karen L. Haas, Karen Mulder, Karen Sheriff, Karin Kock-Lindberg, Karl Bittel, Karl E. Mundt, Karl Kautsky, Karl Knies, Karl Korsch, Karl Marlantes, Karl Menger, Karl Rathgen, Karl Schiller, Karl Shell, Karl Volk, Karl Widerquist, Karl-August Fagerholm, Karl-Heinz Gerstner, Karla Gallardo, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karnati Lingaiah, Karunasena Kodituwakku, Kasetsart University, Kashima Domain, Kassel v. Consolidated Freightways Corp., Katalin Bogyay, Kate Raworth, Katharine Abraham, Katharine Elizabeth Dopp, Katherine Baicker, Kathleen Carley, Kathleen Hogan, Kathleen J. Stebe, Kathleen Murphy (executive), Katholieke Hogeschool Vives Noord, Kathryn L. Shaw, Kathryn M. Dominguez, Katie Derham, Katina Schubert, Katrina Ligett, Katrine Marçal, Katsuaki Watanabe, Katty Kay, Kazbek Tambi, Kazimierz Pułaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Kálmán Mizsei, Kütahya Dumlupınar University, Kārlis Balodis, Keith Ellison, Keith Gottfried, Keizai, Keizō Hayashi, Kelley School of Business, Kelly McDowell, Kelvin Lancaster, Kemal Kozarić, Ken Kwaku, Ken MacKinnon, Ken Wu, Kenan Crnkić, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Charbatia, Kenji Miyamoto (politician), Kenneth C. Griffin, Kenneth D. West, Kenneth E. Boulding, Kenneth E. Brailsford, Kenneth Fisher, Kenneth Kannappan, Kenneth Lay, Kenneth Norrie, Kensuke Kita, Kent Courtney, Kent Smetters, Kevin Hansen (volleyball), Kevin Keasey, Kevin McCabe (economist), Kevin P. Byrnes, Kevin Phillips (political commentator), Kevin Warsh, Keynes College, Kent, Keynes: The Return of the Master, KG College Pampady, Khalid Mahmood (Norwegian politician), Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Khalil Sehnaoui, Khariar College, Kharkiv National University of Economics, Khartoum, Khmelnytskyi National University, Khoder Nasser, Khudoyor Yusufbekov, Khurshid Ahmad (scholar), Kibbutz communal child rearing and collective education, Kidderpore College, Kieran West, Kiki Sugino, Killer bees (business), Kim Bobo, Kim Chin-kyung, Kim Geun-tae, Kim Hawtrey, Kim Henry, Kim Jun-young, Kim Seong-su, Kim Swales, KIMEP University, Kinetic exchange models of markets, King Edward VI College, Stourbridge, King effect, King Faisal International Prize, King Juan Carlos Prize in Economics, King's Ely, King–Plosser–Rebelo preferences, Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, Kinked demand, Kinky Business, Kinnaird College for Women University, Kira Ein Hund Namens Money, Kirbyjon Caldwell, Kirill Dmitriev, Kishor Phadke, Kishwar Naheed, Kit Fine, Kitchen sink regression, Kitsuki Domain, Kittiratt Na-Ranong, Kjøpstad, Kjell Ingolf Ropstad, Klaas Knot, Klaus Bender, Klaus Brockhoff, Klaus Töpfer, Klaus Wälde, Klaus-Peter Siegloch, Klaus-Peter Willsch, Klára Dobrev, Knaster–Kuratowski–Mazurkiewicz lemma, Knightian uncertainty, Knowledge regime, Knowledge society, Knowledge spillover, Knut Blind, Knut Borchardt, Knut Sydsæter, Kobe University, Kodjo Akolor, Kojin Karatani, Kokrajhar Government College, Kokugakuin University, Kokura Domain, Kondratiev wave, Konrad Seitz, Konstantin Malkov, Konstantin Sonin, Kool Out Entertainment, Korea University, Kori Udovički, Kosali Simon, Kostas Axelos, Koszalin University of Technology, Kotaro Koizumi, Kozminski University, Kragerø, Kraków University of Economics, Krannert School of Management, Krišjānis Tūtāns, Kristal University, Kristenn Einarsson, Kristin Folkl, Krystal Ball, Krzysztof Obłój, Kshama Sawant, Kulada Charan Das Gupta, Kumamoto Domain, Kunio Maruyama, Kurgan State University, Kurseong College, Kurt Langendorf, Kurt Richebächer, Kurume Domain, Kurume University, Kuvempu University, Kuwait Economic Society, Kuznets curve, Kyiv National Economic University, Kyiv School of Economics, Kyklos (journal), L. Randall Wray, La Gran Colombia University, La Salette of Roxas College, LA to Vegas, Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century, Labor demand, Labor theory of value, Labor unions in the United States, Labour economics, Lado Papava, Laetitia Darche, Lafayette M. Hershaw, Laffer curve, Lagos State University, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore College of Arts and Sciences, Lai Chun Yuen Opera House, Laima Andrikienė, Lake Illawarra High School, Lakshmibai College, Lalit Narayan Mishra, Lamar University, Lambung Mangkurat University, Lampung University, Lancaster High School (New York), Lance Clow, Lance Fortnow, Land (economics), Land Economics, Lane Technical College Prep High School, Lanfains, Langport, Language tax, Lans Bovenberg, Lara Dutta, Larry J. Sechrest, Larry Kissell, Larry Miller (athlete), Larry Whitty, Baron Whitty, Lars Heikensten, Lars Lagerbäck, Lars Ljungqvist, Lars Pålsson Syll, Lars Wohlin, Lars-Hendrik Röller, Lasse Heje Pedersen, Latent variable, Lateral expansion, Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Encuentros, Latin American studies, Latin American wars of independence, Lau Nai-keung, Laura Anne Gilman, Laura M. Labovich, Laura Mattiazzi, Laura Tyson, Laure Hériard Dubreuil, Laurence Iannaccone, Laurentian University, Lauri Kivinen, Laurie G. Lachance, Laurie Holden, Law, Law (principle), Law and economics, Law of rent, Law School Admission Test, Lawrence A. Boland, Lawrence B. Salkoff, Lawrence E. Blume, Lawrence F. Katz, Lawrence K. Frank, Lawrence Kaufmann, Lawrence Klein, Lawrence Mishel, Lawrence O'Donnell, Lawrence Reed, Lawrence S. Bacow, Lawrence Summers, Lawrence Wong, Laws Hall (Miami University), Lazar Kaganovich, Lazaridis School of Business and Economics, Lazarus Aaronson, Léon Walras, Lúrio University, Le Chatelier's principle, Le Havre (board game), Le Quy Don Technical University, Le Vif/L'Express, Lead–lag effect, Leakage (economics), Learned Hand, Learning effect (economics), Learning-by-doing (economics), Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts, Lebanese University, Lecture Room, Ledger (journal), Lee Eui-geun, Lee J. Alston, Lee Jun-seok, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Lee Myung-bak, Lee Reherman, Lee Stempniak, Lee Watkinson, Leiðarhólmsskrá, Leilani Dowding, Lenni Montiel, Lenore E. Bixby, Leo Gerard, Leo Michelis, Leo Panitch, Leon Jakimič, Leonard Grunstein, Leonard Mirman, Leonard Orban, Leonardus Lessius, Leonce Ndikumana, Leone Ridsdale, Leone Wollemborg, Leonid Hurwicz, Leonid Kannegisser, Leonor Espinosa, Leontief paradox, Leontief production function, Leontief utilities, Leopold Kohr, Leopold Kunschak Prize, Leopold Rutowicz, Les Aspin, Les Huckfield, Leslie Melville, Leslie Wagner, Lessons (The Wire), LessWrong, Lester Thurow, Lev Dobriansky, Levan Gachechiladze, Lewis A. Sachs, Lewis Williams Douglas, LGBT rights in the Philippines, Li Bin (politician), Li Changping, Li Tianmin, Li Yining, Liah Greenfeld, Liaoning University of Technology, Liar's Poker, Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli, Libera Università Maria SS. Assunta, Liberal arts education, Liberism, Libertair, Direct, Democratisch, Libertarian socialism, Library of Congress Classification:Class H -- Social sciences, Library of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Lie-to-children, Liesel Markowski, Life at the End of the Rainbow, Life course approach, Life history theory, Life satisfaction, Life-cycle hypothesis, Lilavatibai Podar High School, Limiting case (mathematics), Lincoln DeWitt, Linda Rampell, Linda White, Linear difference equation, Linear programming, Linear regression, Linear utility, Linearization, Linkage (policy), Linköping University, Lionel Robbins, Lionel W. McKenzie, Liquation, Liquidationism (economics), Liquidity constraint, Liquidity premium, Lisa Brown (Washington politician), Lisa Dixon, Lisa Murkowski, Lisa Swerling, Lisa Torraco, Liselotte Welskopf-Henrich, List of academic databases and search engines, List of Advanced Level subjects, List of agnostics, List of alumni of University College, Oxford, List of ambassadors of Antigua and Barbuda to China, List of atheist philosophers, List of atheists (surnames R to S), List of atheists in science and technology, List of Azerbaijani scientists and philosophers, List of Bates College people, List of Baylor University people, List of Big Brother 16 houseguests (U.S.), List of Booknotes interviews first aired in 1994, List of Booknotes interviews first aired in 1996, List of British Pakistanis, List of Brooklyn College alumni, List of Brown University people, List of business theorists, List of Cambridge International Examinations Advanced Level subjects, List of Cambridge International Examinations Ordinary Level subjects, List of Carleton College people, List of Columbia University people, List of companies of Ireland, List of countries by Human Development Index, List of countries by Human Development Index (1998), List of countries by Human Development Index (2009), List of countries by industrial production growth rate, List of countries by natural gas production, List of countries in Asia and Oceania by Human Development Index, List of criminologists, List of cultural references in The Cantos, List of current members of the Rajya Sabha, List of Da Ali G Show episodes, List of deemed universities, List of digital library projects, List of dimensionless quantities, List of doctoral degrees awarded by country, List of Dutch politicians with doctorates, List of dystopian films, List of economics films, List of economics journals, List of economists, List of eponymous laws, List of Fellows of the Econometric Society, List of fictional professors, List of fields of application of statistics, List of fields of doctoral studies in the United States, List of Gary Johnson presidential campaign endorsements, 2016, List of Georgia Institute of Technology alumni, List of Greek and Latin roots in English/E, List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1926, List of higher education institutions in Maharashtra, List of historians, List of Hofstra University faculty, List of honors and awards received by Donald Trump, List of important publications in economics, List of In Our Time programmes, List of Infosys Prize laureates, List of international databases on individual student achievement tests, List of Israel Prize recipients, List of Israeli Ashkenazi Jews, List of Jewish American mathematicians, List of Jewish mathematicians, List of Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross recipients of the Fallschirmjäger, List of Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves recipients (1944), List of Lehigh University alumni, List of liberal theorists, List of Marxian economists, List of master's degrees in North America, List of mathematical probabilists, List of matrices, List of members of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, List of members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, List of MeSH codes (I01), List of MeSH codes (N03), List of Missouri University of Science and Technology alumni, List of Muslim scientists, List of New York University alumni, List of Nobel Laureates affiliated with the University of Rochester, List of Nobel Memorial Prize laureates in Economics, List of nominated members of Rajya Sabha, List of Ohio Wesleyan University presidents, List of Old Carthusians, List of Pakistan Movement activists, List of people considered father or mother of a scientific field, List of people educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, List of people from La Jolla, List of people from the London Borough of Hillingdon, List of Pi Lambda Phi brothers, List of Playboy Playmates of 2005, List of portmanteaus, List of presidents of Sarah Lawrence College, List of Presidents of the Econometric Society, List of Prime Ministers of Canada by academic degrees, List of Prime Ministers of the Netherlands by education, List of Princeton University people, List of production functions, List of public administration scholars, List of Purdue University people, List of refugees, List of Romanian inventors and discoverers, List of Russian people, List of Rutgers University people, List of Saint Petersburg State University people, List of Spaniards, List of Spanish inventions and discoveries, List of Spanish inventors and discoverers, List of Sri Lankan Australians, List of techno-thriller novels, List of The Apprentice candidates (UK series five), List of The Colbert Report episodes (2008), List of The Colbert Report episodes (2009), List of The Spectacular Spider-Man episodes, List of theorems, List of United States politicians with doctorates, List of universities in Italy, List of University of Bonn people, List of University of Johannesburg people, List of University of Kansas people, List of University of Ljubljana people, List of University of Michigan law and government alumni, List of University of Missouri–Kansas City people, List of University of Oklahoma buildings, List of University of Pennsylvania people, List of University of San Francisco people, List of University of Santo Tomas alumni, List of University of Warwick people, List of university professors at Columbia University, List of Upper Canada College alumni, List of WACE courses, List of Wesleyan University people, List of Wesleyan University people in politics and government, List of Yale Law School alumni, Lists of mathematics topics, Livi Zheng, Liz Pike, Ljiljanna Ravlich, Ljubljana, Lloyd Best, Lloyd Erskine Sandiford, Lloyd Levitin, Lloyd Mints, Lloyd Shapley, Loan officer, Loanable funds, Loïc Wacquant, Local currency, Local knowledge problem, Location model, Lockton Companies, Lodewijk De Raet, Log-logistic distribution, Log-normal distribution, Logarithm, Log–log plot, Logical positivism, Logistic function, Logistic regression, Logology (science of science), Lombard language, London Economics Symposium, London Stock Exchange, Lonergan Institute, Lookism, Loras Thomas Lane, Lords of the Rim, Lorely Burt, Loren C. Dunn, Lorenz curve, Lorenzo Grabau, Loretta Sanchez, Lori Garver, Lori L. Pollock, Lorraine O'Grady, Los Altos High School (Los Altos, California), Loss aversion, Loss function, Lotka–Volterra equations, Lotte (TV series), Lottery (probability), Lou Correa, Lou Dobbs, Lou Pai, Lou Papan, Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou, Louis Althusser, Louis Appignani, Louis Auguste Say, Louis C. Fraina, Louis E. Boone, Louis Fortis, Louis Kasekende, Louis O. Kelso, Louis Sachar, Louis Vachon, Louis van de Laar, Low base effect, Low-level equilibrium trap, Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business, Luís Amado, Luc Anselin, Luc-Normand Tellier, Lucas Bernard, Luce's choice axiom, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Lucian Pye, Luciano Coutinho, Lucie Edwards, Lucy Neville-Rolfe, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Ludwig von Bertalanffy, Ludwig von Mises, Luigi Pasinetti, Luigi Sturzo Institute, Luis Ángel Arango Library, Luis Balbino Arroyo, Luis Bush, Luis Caputo, Luis Carlos Ugalde, Luis de Molina, Luis Ernesto Derbez, Luis Fernando Correa Bahamon, Luis María Linde, Luis Valdivieso Montano, Luisa Morgantini, Luiz Frias, Lujo Brentano, Lumière University Lyon 2, Lump of labour fallacy, Lusatian League, Lutz Glandien, Luxury goods, Lviv National Stepan Gzhytsky University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnology, Lycée International de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Lycée Lyautey (Casablanca), Lydia B. Echauz, Lyman T. Johnson, Lyndsey Scott, Lynn Jenkins, Lynton Wilson, Lynxxx, Lyudmila Rudenko, M L Dahanukar College of Commerce, M. Şükrü Hanioğlu, M. E. Sharpe, M. Gautham Machaiah, M. Sayeedur Rahman Khan, M. Shahid Alam, M. V. Venkatram, M.A. Pathan, M.P. Srinivasan, M.U.L.E., MA program in Transatlantic Studies, Jagiellonian University, Ma Yinchu, Maarten Wevers, Maastricht University, Machine learning, Macmillan Co. v. King, Macroeconomic model, Macroeconomics, Madeley, Shropshire, Madhuban Goenka Vidyalaya, Madhukar Shamsher Rana, Madras School of Economics, Madrid, Maffeo Pantaleoni, Mage: The Ascension, Magic number (oil), Magical triangle, Magnus Henrekson, Mahadeo Singh Khandela, Maharaja Bir Bikram College, Maharajah's College, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Mahatma Gandhi College, Mahbob-U-lah Koshani, Mahbub ul Haq, Mahendra Reddy, Mahfuz Anam, Mahoma Mwakipunda Mwaungulu, Mainstream economics, Majid Ghassemi, Majuli College, Makhnovism, Makhtar Diop, Maksim Sokolov, Malcolm Adiseshiah, Maleeha Lodhi, Maltepe University, Malthusian growth model, Man and the Biosphere Programme, Man, Economy, and State, Man-hour, Management Development Institute of Singapore in Tashkent, Management Learning, Management science, Managerial economics, Manar University of Tripoli, Manasi Pradhan, Mancur Olson, Mandé Sidibé, Mandel, Germany, Mandoulides Schools, Manfred Abelein, Manfred Bochmann, Manfred Max Neef, Manfred Rühl, Manfred Stolpe, Manila Business College, Manizha Wafeq, Manju Goel, Mannheim Forum, Manning Clark, Manuel Carvalho da Silva, Manuel Castells, Manuel Cavazos Lerma, Manuel DeLanda, Manuel V. Pangilinan, Manuela Ferreira Leite, Manuela Kasper-Claridge, Manzoor Mirza, Mar Roxas, Marat Amankulov, Maravillas Rojo, María Beatriz Nofal, María de los Ángeles Moreno, María de Lourdes Dieck-Assad, María Elisa Camargo, Marc Bendick Jr., Marc Holtzman, Marc J. Leder, Marc Lavoie, Marc Melitz, Marcel Boyer, Marcel Côté, Marcel Claude, Marche Polytechnic University, Marco Cappato, Marcus Hansson (footballer), Margaret Garritsen de Vries, Margaret Legum, Margaret Sharp, Baroness Sharp of Guildford, Margaret Zziwa, Margarita Levieva, Margin (economics), Marginal concepts, Marginal demand, Marginal product, Marginal propensity to consume, Marginal Revolution (blog), Marginal utility, Marginal value, Marginalism, Margin—The Journal of Applied Economic Research, Margot Sanger-Katz, Margrethe Vestager, Marguerite S. Church, Margunn Bjørnholt, Mari Elka Pangestu, Maria Bartiromo, Maria das Neves, Maria Kiwanuka, Maria Lourdes Sereno, Maria Luiza Ribeiro Viotti, Maria Miller, Maria Misra, Maria Ramos, Maria Rodriguez-Gregg, Mariama Gamatié Bayard, Mariana Mazzucato, Marianne Bertrand, Marie Claire Villeval, Marillyn Hewson, Marinduque Academy, Marine Resource Economics, Marine technology, Marino Miyata, Mario Blejer, Mario Dumont, Mario Testino, Mario Van Peebles, Marist Poll, Maritime University of Szczecin, Marius Grinius, Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson, Mark A. Calabria, Mark A. Lutz, Mark Albion, Mark Chao, Mark D. Brenner, Mark Drabenstott, Mark Dudenhefer, Mark Duggan (economist), Mark Ferrandino, Mark Filip, Mark Gerban, Mark Harbers, Mark Herring, Mark Hoban, Mark J. Machina, Mark Kelman, Mark Lemley, Mark Lilla, Mark Matthew Herd, Mark Mazur, Mark McClellan, Mark Mobius, Mark Murray (administrator), Mark N. Greene, Mark Pincus, Mark Seif, Mark Sisk, Mark Skousen, Mark Thornton, Market basket, Market clearing, Market concentration, Market demand schedule, Market environment, Market Forces (The Spectacular Spider-Man), Market liquidity, Market mechanism, Market power, Market price, Market saturation, Market sector, Market socialism, Market structure, Market system, Market timing hypothesis, Marketing, Marketing management, Marketplace of ideas, Marko Škreb, Markov decision process, Markus Brunnermeier, Markus Buchart, Markus Schwaninger, Marlene Mizzi, Marlon Tábora Muñoz, Marquette University College of Business Administration, Marshall Jevons, Marshall Poe, Marshall Sahlins, Marshall Sklare Award, Marshall Van Alstyne, Marta Gastón Menal, Martín Redrado, Martha Farkas Glaser, Martha Olney, Martha Roldós, Martin Andrew Taylor, Martin Carnoy, Martin Drito, Martin Eichenbaum, Martin Elbourne, Martin Feldstein, Martin Fraser, Martin H. Wiggers, Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Martin P. Loeb, Martin Parkinson, Martin van Rijn, Martin Zimmerman, Martinus Cobbenhagen, Marvin H. Scilken, Marvin R. Baxter, Mary Brooks, Mary Burke Washington, Mary Cornwall Legh, Mary Goldring, Mary Paley Marshall, Mary Pilon, Masafumi Gotoh, Masahiko Aoki, Masaji Marumoto, Masako, Crown Princess of Japan, Masami Uno, Masayoshi Son, Maseno University, Masihur Rahman, Masood Ahmed (economist), Masoud Roghani Zanjani, Massimo Beber, Master limited partnership, Master Menace, Master of Arts, Master of Commerce, Master of Economics, Master of Finance, Master of Financial Economics, Master of Information System Management, Master of International Affairs, Master of Management, Master of Orion III, Master of Public Policy, Master of Quantitative Finance, Master of Resource Management, Master of Science in Administration, Master of Science in Management, Masters of Money, Masters of Rural Development, Masuma Hasan, Mat Osman, Match Point, Matching (statistics), Matching theory (economics), Matej Bel University, Material input per service unit, Mathematical analysis, Mathematical economics, Mathematical model, Mathematical notation, Mathematical optimization, Mathematical Social Sciences, Mathematician, Mathias Katamba, Mathieu Laine, Mathura, MATLAB, Matrix (mathematics), Mats Jansson, Matsue Domain, Matt Birk, Matt Doyle (tennis), Matt Klentak, Matthew O. Jackson, Matthew Rabin, Matthew Woll, Matthew Yglesias, Matthijs Huizing, Matura, Matzenbach, Maureen Brunt, Mauri Pekkarinen, Maurice Halbwachs, Maurice Moynihan, Maurice Obstfeld, Maury Harris, Maury Maverick Jr., Maverick (book), Max Roser, Max Sering, Max Stern Yezreel Valley College, Max Tegmark, Max Yashirin, Maxime Bono, Maximilian Auffhammer, Maximo Torero, Maximum sustainable yield, Maximum wage, Maxwell Perkins, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Maya Jalloul, Maynard C. Krueger, Maythil Radhakrishnan, Mårten Palme, Mükerrem Hiç, Münster School of Business Administration and Economics, Mōri Gorō, MBB/Kawasaki BK 117, McCloskey critique, McCoy College of Business, McMaster Faculty of Social Sciences, McOndo, Mean Directional Accuracy, Means of production, Measures of national income and output, Meat industry, Mechanism design, Mechi Multiple Campus, Media bias, Media economics, Media studies, Meenakshi College for Women, Meet the Press, Meg Goetz, Megan Blanksma, Megan McArdle, Meghan Doyle, Mehemed Fehmy Agha, Mehmet Emin Karamehmet, Meiji Gakuin University, Meiktila Institute of Economics, Mel Behney, Mel Watkins, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, Melinda Gates, Melody Perkins, Melsungen, Melvin J. Hinich, Melvin Watkins, Memory Foundations, Menu cost, Menzie Chinn, Mercedes Bresso, Mercedes Marcó del Pont, Merger control, Meridian Community College, Merit good, Merodie A. Hancock, Merrill Connally, Merrill Edwards Gates, Merrill McPeak, Merton Miller, Mesoeconomics, Message to the Blackman in America, Meta-system, Methodenstreit, Methodist University of Piracicaba, Metis (American musician), Metzler paradox, Meyer Jacobstein, Miami Dade College (Wolfson Campus), Miami University, Michał Kalecki, Michael Arrington, Michael Baumgartner, Michael Bond (politician), Michael Bonney, Michael Boskin, Michael Burry, Michael C. Jensen, Michael Corbat, Michael Cram, Michael Dell, Michael Dubie, Michael Ellman, Michael Fabricant, Michael Folk, Michael Francke, Michael Ghiselin, Michael Greenberg (lawyer), Michael Hanack, Michael Hudson (economist), Michael Intriligator, Michael J. Hicks, Michael J. Shapiro, Michael J. Silah, Michael Jack, Michael Kaiser, Michael Keating (public servant), Michael Kumhof, Michael Leonard Hecht, Michael Lewis, Michael Machado, Michael Meeropol, Michael Morell, Michael Mronz, Michael Munger, Michael Novogratz, Michael O'Regan, Michael Parenti, Michael Perelman, Michael Polanyi, Michael Posner (economist), Michael R. Eisenson, Michael Reich, Michael Roizen, Michael Rothschild, Michael Ruppert, Michael Sarris, Michael Schultheis, Michael Strobl, Michael Szenberg, Michael Ward (economist), Michael Wernick, Michael Wolf (businessman), Michael Wolf (statistician), Michael Yates (economist), Michalis Sallas, Michèle Laroque, Michèle Pujol, Michel Aglietta, Michel Balinski, Michel Clouscard, Michel Pharaon, Michelangelo Antonioni, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Michele Boldrin, Michele Sindona, Michele Steele, Michelle Bachelet, Michelle Murphy, Michigan Journal of Political Science, Michio Morishima, Mick Costello, Microeconomics, Microfoundations, Microsoft Research, Mid-Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies, Middle East Economic Association, Middlebury College, Midibus, Migration studies, Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, Miguel Gustavo Peirano, Miguel Sidrauski, Miike Domain, Mika Yamaji, Mikael Odenberg, Mikayil Jabbarov, Mike Agostini, Mike Aponte, Mike Fischer, Mike Foster (Worcester MP), Mike Gravel, Mike Gravel presidential campaign, 2008, Mike Jackson (systems scientist), Mike Linksvayer, Mike Manning, Mike Moffatt, Mike Montagano, Mike Mussina, Mike Pesca, Mike Wilks (basketball), Mikhail Pokrovsky, Miles Kimball, Military art (military science), Military budget, Military fiat, Military history of the Philippines during World War II, Military science, Military sociology, Millard Tydings, Millennial Asia, Miloš Mladenović, Milton Friedman, Milton Koult, Milton Orkopoulos, Mimi Lamote, Mimi Miyagi, Mind, Mineyama Domain, Mining in Wales, Minor (academic), Minoru Higa, Minsk, Miquel Faig, Miranda Junior College, Mire Hagi Farah Mohamed, Miro Allione, Miron Constantinescu, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, Mirza Ghalib College, Mirza Nasir Ahmad, Mirzapur Cadet College, Miscellany, Mishal Hamed Kanoo, Misiones Province, Miss Mundo Dominicana 2012, Missing data, Missouri bellwether, MIT Press, MIT Sloan School of Management, Mitch Carmichael, Mitch Henderson, Mitja Gaspari, Mito Domain, Mitsuko Aoyama, Mizar system, Mizoram University, Mladen Ivanić, MLB Advanced Media, Mo Brooks, Moataz Nasr, Moayad Shatat, Mobilities, Modena, Modern Academy In Maadi, Modern history, Modern Review (Calcutta), Modern Studies, Modern University for Business and Science, Modernist poetry in English, Modular arithmetic, Moe Maestas, Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi, Mohamed Ali Nur, Mohamed Azmin Ali, Mohamed Bechri, Mohamed Jegham, Mohamed Salama Badi, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Mohammad Javad Abdolmohammadi, Mohammad Mehdi Behkish, Mohammad Najatuallah Siddiqui, Mohammad Nidal al-Shaar, Mohammad Uzair, Mohammad Zubair Khan, Mohammed Al-Sharekh, Mohammed Ali Bey al-Abed, Mohammed Faisal Rahman, Mohammed Hadid, Mohamoud Mohamed Guled, Molecular nanotechnology, Mollie Hemingway, Monato, Mondragon Bookstore & Coffeehouse, Monetary authority, Monetary base, Monetary economics, Monetary-disequilibrium theory, Money, Money and Trade Considered, Money illusion, Money market fund, Money measurement concept, Money pump, Money supply, MoneyBee, Monia Mazigh, Monica Mehta, Monika Piazzesi, Monika Stolz, Monique Jérôme-Forget, Monique Nsanzabaganwa, Monopoly profit, Monopsony, Montague Burton Professor of Industrial Relations, Montenegrins, Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Monterrey, Monthly Labor Review, Monthly Review, Monywa Institute of Economics, Moo (novel), Mood (psychology), Mor Antheemos Mathews, Mor Osthatheos Issac, Moral development, Moral economy, Moral hazard, Moral suasion, Moral syncretism, Mordecai Wyatt Johnson, More Than Good Intentions, Morgan Mellish, Mori Domain (Bungo), Mori Domain (Izumo), Morocco World News, Morris Ankrum, Mortgage equity withdrawal, Moscow State Mining University, Moses Abramovitz, Moses in Islam, Moshe Kaplinsky, Mount Allison University, Mount Carmel College of Baler, Mountain research, Mourad Medelci, Moving average, MRTS, MSU Faculty of Economics, MSU Faculty of Journalism, MUD, Muhammad Asadullah Al-Ghalib, Muhammad Naseem Rao, Muhammad Taqi Usmani, Muhammadiyah University of Magelang, Mulawarman University, Multi-fractional order estimator, Multi-objective optimization, Multidisciplinary design optimization, Multimedia University, Multiperspectivity, Multiple-criteria decision analysis, Multiplicative calculus, Multivariable calculus, Mundell–Fleming model, Munir Sheikh, Munit Mesfin, Muntinlupa Science High School, Muqaddimah, Muriel Cooper, Murray County Central School District, Murray Feshbach, Murray Levin, Murry Bergtraum High School, Musashi University, Museum on the Mound, Music education in Uganda, Muslim Jewish Conference, Mustafa Mohamed Moalim, Mustafa Suphi, Mutah University, Mutatis mutandis, Mutsuura Domain, Mutualism (economic theory), Myanmar Veterans' Organisation, Myer Rashish, N. G. Majumdar, N. G. Ranga, N. Ravichandran, N. U. Jayawardena, Naïve cynicism, Nabajyoti College, Nadège Noële Ango-Obiang, Nader Fergany, Nadia Mejia, Nakatsu Domain, Naked Economics, Nakli Singh, Nalanda Open University, Namibian Economic Society, Nancy Birdsall, Nancy Folbre, Nancy Killefer, Nancy Koehn, Nancy M. Amato, Nancy Soderberg, Nancy Stokey, Nancy Teeters, Nancy Youssef, Nandala Mafabi, Nanjing Audit University, Nanjing University Business School, Nanoeconomics, Nanosocialism, Nantucket Sound, Nanyang Technological University, Naparima College, Nariman Behravesh, Nariman Mehta, Narxoz University, NAS Award for Scientific Reviewing, Nash equilibrium, NASU Institute for Economics and Forecasting, Nat Keohane, Nat S. Finney, Nataly Andria, Nate Silver, Nathan Chan, Nathanael Gottfried Leske, Nathaniel N. Craley Jr., National accounts, National Agrarian University, National Agricultural Statistics Service, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, National Assessment of Educational Progress, National Center for Simulation, National Chengchi University, National College, Tiruchirappalli, National Council of Applied Economic Research, National Defence Academy (India), National Grid Office, National Human Development Report, National income policy agreement, National Institute Economic Review, National Institute of Banking and Finance (Pakistan), National Institute of Economic Research (Sweden), National Intelligence Council, National Library of Estonia, National Library of Mauritius, National Longitudinal Surveys, National Open University of Nigeria, National Polytechnic Institute College of Social and Administrative Sciences, National savings, National Science Foundation, National Science Foundation: Under the Microscope, National Student Academy, National Survey of Family Growth, National Talent Search Examination, National University of Colombia, National University of Colombia at Medellín, National University of East Timor, National University of Food Technologies, National University of La Matanza, National University of Lomas de Zamora, National University of San Marcos, National University of Sciences and Technology (Pakistan), National University of Singapore Faculty of Law, National University of the Center of Peru, National Waste Strategy, Natural experiment, Natural rate of unemployment, Natural resource economics, Navdeep Singh Suri, Navigant Consulting, Neal Bascomb, Near money, Necessity good, Necla Pur, Need, Needham High School, Neelakshi Singh, Negative income tax, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Neil C. Krauter, Neil Conn, Neil Reagan, Neil Rimer, Neil Shephard, Nejime Shōichi, Nellie Quander, Nelson Barbosa, Nelson Cruikshank, Nelson Diversity Surveys, Nelson Rockefeller, Nemir Kirdar, Nenad Bijedić, Neo-institutional economics, Neoclassical economics, Neoclassical synthesis, Nesrin Nas, Net (economics), Net foreign assets, Net investment, Net national income, Net present value, NetLogo, Network and service management taxonomy, Network dynamics, Network effect, Network theory, Neuroheuristics, Neuromanagement, Neurotree, Neutral good, New Bulgarian University, New College of the Humanities, New Economic School, New Economy Coalition, New England White, New English School (Jordan), New Historicism, New institutionalism, New international division of labour, New Order (Indonesia), New pragmatism, New social movements, New West Indian Guide, New York University Graduate School of Arts and Science, Newfound Regional High School, Newsweek Argentina, Nicéphore Soglo, Nicholas Barbon, Nicholas Eberstadt, Nicholas F. Taubman, Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, Nicholas Kaldor, Nicholas Theocarakis, Nick Fry, Nick Kochan, Nick Rolovich, Nick Smith (U.S. politician), Nicola Acocella, Nicola Persico, Nicola Scafetta, Nicolaas Wilhelmus Posthumus, Nicolas Lawson, Nicolas Marceau, Nicolas-François Canard, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Nicolás Dujovne, Nicolás Maduro Guerra, Nicole Oresme, Nicole Parra, Nicoli Nattrass, Niels Frederiksen, Nigel de Jong, Nigel Knight, Nigel Pivaro, Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Night Cabbie, Nightline, Nii Tackie Tawiah III, Niki Goulandris, Nikola Špirić, Nikolai Baibakov, Nikolay Alexandrovich Milyutin, Nikolay Danilevsky, Nile Kinnick, Nils Brunsson, Nils Lundgren, Nils Mesterton, Nippon Decimal Classification, Nirj Deva, Nirmala Sitharaman, Nisha Pillai, Nishan-e-Pakistan, Nishi Amane, Nitobe Inazō, Nixonomics, Noah Arthur William Cox-George, Noam Mills, Noam Scheiber, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, Noble Willingham, Nobuo Okishio, Nolan Chart, Nominal number, Non-convexity (economics), Non-credible threat, Non-recurring engineering, Nonprofit studies, Norbert Elias, Norbert Häring, Nordische Gesellschaft, Normal good, Normative, Normative economics, Normative statement, North American collegiate sustainability programs, North Dorset, North Gate University, North Orissa University, Northeast Adventist College, Northeast Agricultural University, Northern Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, Northern Michigan University, Northern University, Nowshera, Northwest A&F University, Northwestern High School (Hyattsville, Maryland), Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern Wildcats football, Norwegian School of Economics, Notable current and former IMF employees, Notah Begay III, Notation, Nouriel Roubini, NSS College, Ottapalam, Nubian Skin, Nudge theory, Numerical methods for ordinary differential equations, NUST Business School, Nyman's model, Oakland Institute, Obadele Thompson, Obama Domain, Objectivist periodicals, Objectivity (science), OBKhSS, Obong University, Obrad Piljak, Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question, Occupational health psychology, Occupational inequality, Occupational licensing, Occupational science, Oceania, Odessa University, Odious debt, OECD Better Life Index, Oeconomicus, Of the Balance of Trade, Ofer Azar, Offer curve, Office of Immigration Statistics, Offspring of Empire, Ogi Domain, Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohlson o-score, Oikeiôsis, Oikos, Okayama Domain, Okinawa International University Junior College, Okinotorishima, Okun's law, Olavi Ala-Nissilä, Old Salem, Ole von Uexkuell, Oleguer Presas, Olga Bondareva, Oligopolistic reaction, Oligopoly, Oliver Kaul, Oliver Wittke, Oliverio Castañeda, Olivia Mitchell, Olivia S. Mitchell, Olivier Blanchard, Olivier Toussaint, Omenaa Mensah, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Omics, Omotu Bissong, On the Issues (magazine), On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, One Dollar For Life, Onegi Obel, Onkar Ghate, Onshore service, Open market, Open Source Information System, Open textbook, Open University of Catalonia, Open University of China, Openowledge, Operant conditioning, Opinion, Opportunity cost, Optimal mechanism, Optimal stopping, Optimum currency area, Optimum sustainable yield, Option Nyahunzvi, Orality, Order of Kurmet, Order of Polonia Restituta, Ordinal utility, Ordinary differential equation, Ordinary least squares, ORDO (journal), Ordoliberalism, Orenburg State Institute of Management, Organic farming, Organization, Organization development, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Organizational behavior, Organizational ecology, Organizational economics, Organizational ethics, Organizational learning, Orgology, Oriana Bandiera, Original affluent society, Original sin (economics), Oriol Junqueras, Orley Ashenfelter, Orly Sade, Ortwin Runde, Osaka University, Oscar Orbos, Oscar Udeshi, Oscillation, Oskar Anderson, Oskar R. Lange, Oskar Schlitter, Oslo II Accord, Osman Kavala, Osmonbek Artykbayev, Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, Ostomy pouching system, Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, Osvalds Zebris, Otfried Höffe, Othmar Spann, Otmar Issing, Ottawa High School (Kansas), Otto Eckstein, Otto H. Jacobs, Otto Ohlendorf, Otto Suhr, Otto Wagener, Ottomar Pinto, Our Lady's Secondary School, Templemore, Oury Amos Cherki, Outcome (game theory), Outline of business, Outline of calculus, Outline of chemical engineering, Outline of economics, Outline of geography, Outline of globalization, Outline of industrial organization, Outline of industry, Outline of production, Outline of public affairs, Outline of social science, Outline of trigonometry, Outpost (board game), Output (economics), Output elasticity, Outside lag, Outsource marketing, Overhead (business), Overlapping generations model, Overproduction, Overtaking criterion, Overurbanization, Owen Arthur, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Oxford College of Emory University, Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History, Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, P versus NP problem, P-value, P. Viswambharan, Pablo Gómez Álvarez, Pablo Marcos, Pacific Century, Pacific Standard, Pacific studies, Pacific Time (radio show), Pacita Complex National High School, Paco Underhill, Paid inclusion, Pakistan Naval Academy, Pamela Thomas-Graham, Pamir University, Pamukkale University, Panagiotis Roumeliotis, Panamerican University, Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Pangbourne College, Panic of 1819, Pannalal Girdharlal Dayanand Anglo Vedic College, Panupol Sujjayakorn, Paolo Agazzi, Paolo Leon, Paper Credit, Papers in Regional Science, Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Parable, Paradox of competition, Paradox of hedonism, Paradox of thrift, Parametric family, Pareto efficiency, Pareto index, Pareto interpolation, Parikipandla Narahari, Paris (rapper), Paris Dauphine University, Paris Institute of Statistics, Paris Nanterre University, Paris School of Economics, Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi, ParisTech, Parth Jindal, Partha Sen, Parthenope University of Naples, Partial correlation, Partial derivative, Participatory economics, Particle filter, Parviz Davoodi, Pascal Delannoy, Pascal Etcheber, Pascal Kaufmann, Pasha Centre, Pasqual Maragall, Pat Chapman, Pat Choate, Pat Ruggles, Paternalistic conservatism, Path dependence, Patience Latting, Pato Hoffmann, Patrícia Carlos de Andrade, Patricia Appiagyei, Patricia Blagojevich, Patricia Robinson, Patricio Cueva Jaramillo, Patrick Faber (politician), Patrick Fitzgerald, Patrick G. Halpin, Patrick Honohan, Patrick Lynch (Rhode Island attorney general), Patrick M. Collins, Patrick Ngugi Njoroge, Patrick Vlaskovits, Patrick Zhuwao, Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, Paturi Rajagopala Naidu, Paul A. Baran, Paul A. David, Paul A. Dodd, Paul Acquah, Paul Bairoch, Paul Cappon, Paul Cézanne University, Paul Chesterton, Paul Clement, Paul Clymer, Paul Davenport, Paul Davidson (economist), Paul De Grauwe, Paul Deighton, Baron Deighton, Paul Dibb, Paul Douglas, Paul Gallagher (barrister), Paul Geroski, Paul Glimcher, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Paul H. O'Neill, Paul Heyne, Paul J. J. Welfens, Paul J. Wright, Paul Kevenhörster, Paul Lejeune-Jung, Paul Lensch, Paul Ormerod, Paul Oslington, Paul Otellini, Paul Romer, Paul Rosenstein-Rodan, Paul Rubin, Paul Ryan, Paul Samuelson, Paul Seabright, Paul Solman, Paul Sweeney, Paul Tudor Jones, Paul Zane Pilzer, Paula Radcliffe, Paulo Renato Souza, Paulson Institute, Pawel Szajda, Pax Mongolica, Pax Praetoriana, Péter Medgyessy, Peace, Peace and conflict studies, Peace dividend, Peace economics, Peace war game, Peak oil, Pearson Commission, Peddling Prosperity, Pedro De Abreu, Pedro Passos Coelho, Peer Steinbrück, Pefko, Messenia, Peggy Antrobus, Peking University HSBC Business School, Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Pembroke College, Oxford, Peng Pai, Penny Meagher, Pension parachute, Pensions in Denmark, Pentti Kouri, People's Democracy (newspaper), Per Engebretsen, Per I. Gedin, Per-Willy Amundsen, Peres Center for Peace, Perfect competition, Perfect information, Perfect rationality, Performance science, Performativity, Perica Bukić, Perry Mehrling, Persecution of Jews, Personal development, Perspectives on Work, Peruvian University of Applied Sciences, Perversion, Pervez Musharraf, Pessimism, Peter Allgeier, Peter Altabef, Peter Blachstein, Peter Blair Henry, Peter Bofinger, Peter Bottomley, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Peter Buckley (academic), Peter Currie (businessman), Peter Drysdale, Peter Egger, Peter F. Secchia, Peter Fahrenholtz, Peter G. Klein, Peter Grossman, Peter H. Appel, Peter Howells (economist), Peter Leeson, Peter Middleton (banker), Peter Milliken, Peter Navarro, Peter Oliver Loew, Peter Ordeshook, Peter Pearson (director), Peter R. Orszag, Peter Reuter, Peter S. Albin, Peter Schmidt (economist), Peter Sperling, Peter Towe, Peter Young (banker), Petr Šnapka, Petroleum engineering, Petru Luhan, Peyton Young, Pharmacist, PhD in management, Phil Salin, Phil Walden, Philip Auerswald, Philip Cooney, Philip F. Cohen, Philip Falcone, Philip G. Killey, Philip J. Cook, Philip J. Reny, Philip Kotler, Philip Mirowski, Philip Odera, Philip R. Lane, Philip Taft, Philipp von Boeselager, Philippe Le Corbeiller, Philippine E-Journals, Phillip D. Cagan, Phillip Levine, Philosopher, Philosophy, Philosophy and economics, Philosophy of happiness, Philosophy of science, Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Phyllis Kandie, Physical capital, Physiocracy, Pi Gamma Mu, Pia Locatelli, Pier Carlo Padoan, Pierangelo Garegnani, Pierluigi Collina, Piero Sraffa, Pierre Bourdieu, Pierre de Lauzun, Pierre Laurent (politician), Pierre Moscovici, Pierre Simard, Pierre-Benoist Varoclier, Piet Rietveld, Pieter de la Court, Pieter Kooijmans, Pietro Amat di San Filippo, Pig slaughter, Pigou effect, PIGS (economics), Pilar Nores de García, Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, Pingdingshan University, Piotr Dominiak, Piotr Gliński, Pitchford, Planning horizon, Plastics engineering, Plaza Accord, Plovdiv University "Paisii Hilendarski", Plural society, Pocklington School, Poisson point process, Poitiers, Poland, Polangui General Comprehensive High School, Poleconomy, Policy studies, Political economy, Political economy of climate change, Political ideas in science fiction, Political philosophy, Political positions of Marine Le Pen, Political psychology, Political science, Political spectrum, Political theology, Politics, Politics of Jiangxi, Politics, Philosophy & Economics (journal), Poltava National Technical University, Polynomial, Polytechnic University of Milan, Polytomous choice, Pomona College, Pompeu Fabra University, Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, Pontifical Bolivarian University, Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, Poona College, Poor Economics, Poorly Made in China, Popular University of Nicaragua, Population dynamics of fisheries, Population proportion, Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan, Populism, Porfolios of the Poor, Pork cycle, Port of London, Portfolio manager, Portia Hypothesis, Portland State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Porto Velho, Portuguese Economic Journal, Positive economics, Positivism, Post-Communist Economies, Postmodernism, Postmodernist school (criminology), Potential output, Power and Market, Power law, Power structure, Pradeep Dubey, Pradeep Kumar Sinha, Prakash Apte, Prakashdada Solanke, Pramod Kumar Misra, Praphalsai Minpraphal, Pratibha Mutsuddi, Pratt C. Remmel, Praxis (process), Praxoula Antoniadou, Prêmio Jabuti, Prebisch–Singer hypothesis, Precariat, Precautionary demand, Precision agriculture, Predispositioning theory, Predrag Đajić, Preference, Preference (economics), Preference learning, Preferred walking speed, Premal Shah, Premiership of Tony Blair, Prerna Gupta, Present value, Present value interest factor, Presentation Brothers College, Cork, Presidency University, Kolkata, Preston McAfee, Price dispersion, Price equation, Price mechanism, Price of anarchy, Price support, Price system, Price–performance ratio, Prime College, Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau, Princess Nora bint Abdul Rahman University, Princeton University Department of History, Principal–agent problem, Principles of Economics (Marshall), Principles of Economics (Menger), Printer (computing), Prisoner's dilemma, Private defense agency, Private good, Privileged group, Pro rata, Problem set, Problem-based learning, Product (business), Product differentiation, Product market, Production function, Productivism, Professional fraternities and sororities, Profit (accounting), Profit (economics), Profit maximization, Profit motive, Program evaluation, Progressive Canadian Party candidates, 2006 Canadian federal election, Progressive conservatism, Progressive Conservative Party of Canada candidates, 1980 Canadian federal election, Progressive Conservative Party of Canada candidates, 1997 Canadian federal election, Progressive Democrats, Progressive Era, Proof of impossibility, Property, Property damage, Property insurance, Property rights (economics), Proportional cake-cutting, Prospect theory, Prosperity Without Growth, Prostitution in Rhode Island, Protestant work ethic, Providence Christian College, Prue Hyman, PSL Research University, Public art in Barcelona, Public bad, Public choice, Public Choice (journal), Public finance, Public Finance Review, Public good, Public opinion, Public policy, Public policy school, Public sociology, Public works, Public-order crime, Puerto Rico (board game), Pulse (2001 film), Punjab Agricultural University, Purchasing power parity, Pure mathematics, Purva Bedi, Pusat Tingkatan Enam Berakas, Putty-putty, Q-Gaussian distribution, Qingdao University of Technology, Qinghai University, QSI International School of Phuket, Quadratic knapsack problem, Quaid-i-Azam University, Quality & Quantity, Quality of experience, Quality of life, Quantification (science), Quantitative analysis of behavior, Quantitative psychology, Quantitative research, Quantitative revolution, Quantity adjustment, Quantum economics, Quantum optimization algorithms, Quarter on quarter, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Quasiconvex function, Quasilinear utility, Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, Queen's Royal College, Questrom School of Business, Queue area, Qufu Normal University, Quintana Roo, R (Bidar) v London Borough of Ealing, R. D. National College, R. G. D. Allen, Raül Romeva, Race for the Galaxy, Rachel Campos-Duffy, Rachel Griffith, Rachel McCulloch, Rachel Reeves, Rachida Dati, Racism, Radhakamal Mukerjee, Radhika Balakrishnan, Radical feminism, Radio Singapore International, Radovan Jelašić, Rafael Landívar University, Rafael Ribó, Rafi Manoukian, Rafique Rajwana, Ragnar Frisch, Ragnar Nurkse's balanced growth theory, Rahim Jaffer, Rahn curve, Rahul Arora, Rahul Bhatnagar, Raimo Ilaskivi, Rainer Brüderle, Raj Bhakta, Raj Bhala, Rajah R.S.R.K. Ranga Rao College, Rajdhani College, Rajendra K. Pachauri, Rajiv Gandhi University, Rajiv Lall, Rajk László College for Advanced Studies, Ralph Gonsalves, Ram Upendra Das, Ramadan Shalah, Ramchandra Sakharam Ruikar, Ramdas Kamat, Ramineni Foundation Awards, Ramlal Sharma, Ramp-up, Ramya Sathianathan Polytechnic and B.Ed College, Ran Cohen, Rana Abdelhamid, Rand Afrikaans University, RAND Corporation, Rand Dyck, Randal J. Kirk, Randall Dodd, Randall G. Holcombe, Randall Godfrey, Randall Kroszner, Randall Lipps, Randolph Cohen, Randolph–Macon College, Random walk, Randy Minchew, Randy Steven Kraft, Rani Agrawal, Rankings of universities in Pakistan, Rashi Fein, Rashid Hassan, Rashmi Tiwari, Rashtriya Sanskrit Model Senior Secondary School, Ratan Lal Basu, Rate of profit, Rati Pandey, Rati Ram, Rational agent, Rational choice theory, Rational expectations, Rational herding, Rational inattention, Rational irrationality, Rationality, Rationalization (economics), Rationing, Raul Proença, Ravi Batra, Ravi Kanbur, Ray Evans, Ray Fair, Ray Hatton, Ray Ingleby, Ray Marshall, Raymond H. Fleming, Raymond J. de Souza, Raymond Mikesell, Raymond S. McKeough, Raymond W. Goldsmith, Raynard Jackson, Rîșcani District, Różanystok, Rödermark, Rüdiger Frank, Reactions to the Duke lacrosse case, Reading School, Reaganomics, Real gross domestic product, Real versus nominal value (economics), Real-World Economics Review, Realschule, Reason, Rebeca Grynspan, Rebecca Dallet, Rebecca Enonchong, Rebelion.org, Rechtsstaat, Recursive economics, Red Kellett, Reductionism, Reema Harrysingh-Carmona, Refaat Al-Gammal, Referativny Zhurnal, Reflexivity (social theory), Regenerative economic theory, Regina Becker-Schmidt, Reginald Hawthorn Hooker, Region, Regional economics, Regional power, Regional science, Regional Science Policy and Practice, Regret, Regret (decision theory), Regulation, Regulatory competition, Regulatory economics, Regulatory science, Reha Denemeç, Reid Smith, Reilly's law of retail gravitation, Reinforcement, Reinforcement learning, Reinhard Selten, Relative gain (international relations), Relative purchasing power parity, Relative value (economics), Religion in Europe, Religious economy, Remi El-Ouazzane, Renato Carlos Sersale di Cerisano, René Girard, Rent-seeking, Representative bureaucracy, Research in Economics, Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Research Papers in Economics, Researchsome, Resource, Resource allocation, Resource mobilization, Restoration literature, Result, Rethymno, Returns (economics), Returns to scale, Reuven Brenner, Revaz Lordkipanidze, Review (magazine), Review of Development Economics, Review of Economics of the Household, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, Review of Income and Wealth, Review of Keynesian Economics, Review of Market Integration, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, Review of Radical Political Economics, Revue économique, Reza Hamzaee, Rhenald Kasali, Rho, Rhodes College, Rhyu Si-min, Ricardian economics, Ricardo Lagos Weber, Ricardo López Murphy, Ricardo Prado, Ricardo Salgado, Riccardo Zacconi, Rice University School of Social Sciences, Rice Vaughan, Rich Gardner, Rich Halley, Richard A. Radford, Richard Alston (gridiron football), Richard B. Handler, Richard Bookstaber, Richard Briginshaw, Baron Briginshaw, Richard Bruton, Richard Carson, Richard Charles Mills, Richard Cordray, Richard D. Wolff, Richard Donchian, Richard E. Bellman, Richard E. Wagner, Richard Easterlin, Richard F. Ericson, Richard Farleigh, Richard Faulkner, Baron Faulkner of Worcester, Richard Fink, Richard Goblet d'Alviella, Richard Greenberg, Richard H. Steckel, Richard Hodges (archaeologist), Richard Hurd (educator), Richard J. Maynes, Richard Jolly, Richard L. Hanna, Richard L. Schmalensee, Richard Löwenthal, Richard Maponya, Richard Marin (investment banker), Richard Minsky, Richard Musgrave (economist), Richard N. Cooper, Richard Neely, Richard Nixon presidential campaign, 1968, Richard Peck (writer), Richard Pope (politician), Richard Portes, Richard Price, Richard Ritter von Strigl, Richard Roll, Richard Smethurst, Richard Sorge, Richard Stone, Richard T. Ely, Richard T. Gill, Richard T. Kennedy, Richard Thaler, Richard Tol, Richard Veryard, Richard Wakefield, Richard Wirthlin, Richard Zeckhauser, Richards of Aberdeen, Rick Amato, Rick Chryst, Rick Levin, Rick Wagoner, Rieger–Kloss, Rifah Afghanistan Institute, Right-wing politics, Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for Scientific Research, Rima Horton, Rin Emasu, Rio Branco Institute, Risk and strategic consulting, Risk aversion, Risk governance, Risk neutral preferences, Risk-seeking, Rissho University, Risskov Gymnasium, Risto Ryti, Rita B. Garman, Rithvik Raja, Rivalry (economics), Rivista italiana di economia demografia e statistica, Ro Khanna, Rob Couhig, Rob Halliday-Stein, Rob Hurtt, Rob Krupicka, Robert A. Brady (economist), Robert A. Sutermeister, Robert Ashford, Robert Ayres (scientist), Robert Bondi, Robert Buckley, Robert C. Gay, Robert C. Merton, Robert C. Weaver, Robert Cassen, Robert D. Cherry, Robert D. McTeer, Robert Day School, Robert Dorfman, Robert Dun, Robert E. Forsythe, Robert E. Kennedy (university president), Robert F. Christy, Robert Fornaro, Robert Fripp, Robert H. Conn, Robert H. Frank, Robert H. Smith School of Business, Robert Haft, Robert Heilbroner, Robert Higgs, Robert Hugo Dunlap, Robert Hunter (author), Robert J. "Bob" McCann, Robert J. Alexander, Robert J. Darretta Jr., Robert Krulwich, Robert Kuttner, Robert L. Joss, Robert L. McKenzie, Robert Lampman, Robert LeFevre, Robert Lucas Jr., Robert M. Anderson (mathematician), Robert M. Townsend, Robert MacDonald Ford, Robert Marks (professor of management), Robert Michels, Robert Moser (business executive), Robert Mundell, Robert N. Barone, Robert Neild, Robert Nelson (economist), Robert Nozick, Robert O. Mendelsohn, Robert Pollin, Robert Pozen, Robert Prichard, Robert Rowthorn, Robert Rubin, Robert S. Leiken, Robert Sarvis, Robert Scheer, Robert Stivers, Robert Tollison, Robert Townson High School, Robert Ulanowicz, Robert Vincent Daniels, Robert W. Vishny, Robert West (politician), Robert Winter (business theorist), Roberto Alemann, Roberto Civita, Roberto de Oliveira Campos, Roberto Lavagna, Roberto Mangabeira Unger, Roberto Yap, Roberts Environmental Center, Robin Carnahan, Robin Hahnel, Robin Hanson, Robin Kibuuka, Robot Goes Here, Robustness (economics), Robustness of complex networks, ROC consumer voucher, Rocket science in finance, Rockford University, Rod Rosenstein, Rod Thomas (bishop), Roderick D. Fraser, Rodney Hide, Rodolfo Benini, Rodrigo Constantino, Rodrigue Tremblay, Roe effect, Roefie Hueting, Rogelio Frigerio, Roger Fan, Roger Garrison, Roger Gimbel, Roger Guesnerie, Roger Myerson, Roger Thatcher, Roger W. Ferguson Jr., Roger White (executive), Roland Bénabou, Roland Boyes, Roland Guillon, Roland Kirstein, Roland McKean, Roland Renne, Roland Schwing, Roland Thornqvist, Role, Rolf Zuckowski, Rolling distribution, Roman Inderst, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Romanian capital market, Ron Dillon Jr., Ron Edwards (Australian politician), Ron Johnson (businessman), Ron Martin (geographer), Ron Paul presidential campaign, 2008, Ron Ritchie, Ron Walters (politician), Ronald Bailey, Ronald J. James, Ronald J. Rychlak, Ronald Jensen, Ronald Machen, Ronald Oaxaca, Ronald Plasterk, Ronald W. Jones, Rong Yiren, Roni Margulies, Root-mean-square deviation, Roque Fernández, Rorden Wilkinson, Rosa Luxemburg bibliography, Rosario Green, Rosenfeld's law, Ross Brown (politician), Ross Garnaut, Ross School of Business, Ross T. Dwyer, Rosser's equation, Rotorua Lakes High School, Rotten kid theorem, Roubini Global Economics, Rousas Rushdoony, Roy Butler, Royal Almanac, Royal City Public School (Pakistan), Royal Danish Naval Academy, Royal Economic Society, Royal Grammar School, Newcastle upon Tyne, Royal Military College of Canada, Royal Military College Saint-Jean, Royal Palace of Aranjuez, Royal Society of Thailand, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Royal University of Law and Economics, Royden B. Davis, Ruben Rausing, Rudi Dornbusch, Rudi Georgi, Rudolf Meidner, Rudy McCollum, Rufus King International School – High School Campus, Ruhr University Bochum, Rui Rio, Rule of three (economics), Rulon D. Pope, Rupert Jee, Rural health, Ruslan Khasbulatov, Russefeiring, Russell D. Hale, Russell Menard, Russian military deception, Rutgers Preparatory School, Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration, Ruth Aylett, Ruth Cohen (economist), Ruth Fischer, RWTH Aachen University, Ryan Crouser, Ryan Martin (athlete), Ryukyu Domain, S. A. Lalli, S. Fitzgerald Haney, S. K. Trimurti, Saarland University, Sabae Domain, Saber Hossain Chowdhury, Sabina Alkire, Sabina Alkire bibliography, Sabu M Jacob, Saga Domain, Saga Prefectural Chienkan Junior & Senior High School, Saga University, Sage writing, Sahatu Ayagi, Saifuddin Soz, Saiha College, Sain Kamal Khan Sherani, Saint Joseph College of Maasin, Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Salahaddin University-Erbil, Saleh al-Rashed, Salma Rachid, Salvino Busuttil, Salwa al-Jassar, Salzburg Global Seminar, Sam Aaronovitch, Sam Bowman, Sam Dubbin, Sam Farber, Sam Fuld, Sam Hanson, Sam Quinones, Sam Shankland, Sam Webb, Samavedam Shanmukha Sarma, Sameer Nair, Samineni Arulappa, Samir Abdel Fattah, Samir Khalaf, Samma dynasty, Sampie Terreblanche, Samuel Bowles (economist), Samuel Crowther (journalist), Samuel DiPiazza, Samuel Edward Konkin III, Samuel Hollander, Samuel L. Myers Sr., Samuel Tertius Galton, Samuelson condition, Samundri, San Diego Community College District, San Diego World Affairs Council, San Juan (card game), Sana Mir, Sanatana Dharma College, Sandra Ohrn Moose, Sandra Oxenryd, Sandra Palmer (entrepreneur), Sandra Pianalto, Sandra Vehrencamp, Sanela Diana Jenkins, Sanjay Mitra (civil servant), Sankar Datta, Sano (company), Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Santa Clara University College of Arts & Sciences, Santo Versace, Santosh Mehrotra, Sanzar Kakar, Sapienza University of Rome, Sapir Academic College, Sara (Belgian TV series), Saraburiwitthayakhom School, Sarah Bavly, Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, Sartaj Aziz, Sarvajna PU College, Saskia Sassen, Satbir Singh, SatireWire, Satisficing, Satsuma Domain, Sattari High School, Satyan Madakkara, Satyawati College, Saurashtra University, Savenaca Siwatibau, Saving, Saving-investment balance, Savio College, Dingli, Sayfol International School, Sayyidina Ali Secondary School, Sándor Font, Söhnke M. Bartram, Sławomir Sierakowski, Sōka University, Scalability, Scale invariance, Scarcity, Scarcity (social psychology), Schaum's Outlines, Schmollers Jahrbuch, School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences, School of Diplomacy and International Relations, School of Economics and Management, Khazar University, School of education, School of Geography, University of Leeds, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, School of Leadership and Development, Schoolhouse Rock!, Schools of economic thought, Schumacher Center for a New Economics, Schwarzman College, Schwarzman Scholars, Science, Science & Society, Science and technology in Argentina, Science and technology of the Song dynasty, Science fiction, Science policy, Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, Scientific socialism, Scientific wager, Scientism, SCMS Cochin School of Business, SCMS Journal of Indian Management, SCOPE Maastricht, Scott Cowen, Scott E. Page, Scott Hahn, Scott J. Freidheim, Scott Lutrus, Scott Romney, Scott Rothbort, Scott Tilson, Scottish Economic Society, Scottish inventions and discoveries, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Screening (economics), Scrooge McDuck and Money, SCU Leavey School of Business, SDU The Journal of Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Sean Kim, Sean Millington, Search engine marketing, Search good, Sebastian Rocca, Secondary education in France, Secondary education in Italy, Secondary education in Japan, Secondary education in Myanmar, Secondary education in Singapore, Secondary education in the United States, Secretariat for Coordinating the Peace Process, Secretary, Secular variation, Security, Security engineering, Security Information Service, Self-organization, Self-organized criticality, Self-revelation, Self-selection bias, Self-sustainability, Selig Perlman, Selin Sayek Böke, Sendhil Mullainathan, Senseless, Senshu University, SEQUAL framework, Serang Raya University, Serdar Denktaş, Serer creation myth, Sergei Polonsky, Sergey Glazyev, Sergio Albeverio, Sergiu Dan, Service (economics), Service economy, Servicewüste, Seventh Day Adventist Higher Secondary School Thrissur, Severn Barrage, Seymour Melman, SGPTA PU College, Shadi A. Karam, Shadow price, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, Shakeout, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Shane Douglas, Shane Greenstein, Shane Lundgren, Shang-Jin Wei, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai Dianji University, Shanghai High School International Division, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, ShanghaiTech University, Shankar Acharya (economist), SHAPE High School, Shapiro–Stiglitz theory, Shapley–Folkman lemma, Sharanya Haridas, Share price, Sharif Ali bin al-Hussein, Sharing economy, Sharon Monsky, Sharon Oster, Shashi Deshpande, Shawn Liao, Shawnigan Lake School, Sheikh Anwarul Haq, Sheilagh Ogilvie, Sheldon Cooper, Sheldon Erikson, Shen Kuo, Shenfield High School, Sheri Markose, Shibboleth, Shift-based hiring, Shikano Domain, Shimabara Domain, Shimon Peres, Shin Suk-ja, Shinyalu, Shirlington, Arlington, Virginia, Shlomo Weber, Shlomo Yitzhaki (economist), Shmoo, Shock (economics), Shoghi Effendi, Shortage, Shoshana Grossbard, Shouyong Shi, Shrinkflation, Shruti Seth, Shubik model, Shunsuke Ikeda, Shussha ga tanoshii keizaigaku, Shutdown (economics), Shyam Sunder (economist), SIAS International University, Siberian State Medical University, Sid Meier's Railroads!, Siddhartha Lal, Siegfried August Mahlmann, Sigma, Sign value, Signaling game, Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia, Sikandar Ali Mandhro, Sikkim Government College, Gyalshing, Silliman University, Silva Opuala-Charles, Silvan Shalom, Silver Meikar, Silver standard, Silvia Jato, Silvio Schembri, Simon Ambrose, Simon David Miller, Simon Johnson (economist), Simon Newcomb, Simon Reevell, Simon Wren-Lewis, Simon Zadek, Simone Kennedy-Doornbos, Simulation, Simulations and games in economics education, Simultaneous equations model, Sina Corp, Sindhi literature, Sindiso Ngwenya, Singapore Management University, Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level, Singh Program in Networked & Social Systems Engineering (NETS), Single crossing condition, Single market, Sint-Lodewijkscollege (Lokeren), Sint-Maartenscollege, Sinthee, Siobhan Cropper, Sione Ngongo Kioa, Sipho Moyo, Sipson, Sir Gurudas Mahavidyalaya, Sir John Brunner, 1st Baronet, Siraj ud Daula College, Sirte University, Sisira Jayasuriya, Site plan, Situated ethics, Skyscraper, Skyscraper design and construction, Slavonski Brod, Sleep epidemiology, Sloan Research Fellowship, Slope stability analysis, Slovo (journal), Slutsky equation, SMA Negeri 8 Jakarta, Small Business Economics, Small but significant and non-transitory increase in price, Small-numbers game, Smart products, SMUK 1 Jakarta, Snehalata V. Huzurbazar, Sobey School of Business, Social accounting, Social actions, Social and Decision Sciences (Carnegie Mellon University), Social anthropology, Social Choice and Individual Values, Social class, Social cost, Social credit, Social development theory, Social dilemma, Social disorganization theory, Social dualism, Social dynamics, Social ecological model, Social epidemiology, Social exchange theory, Social exclusion, Social Forces, Social futuring, Social identity approach, Social inequality, Social influence, Social multiplier effect, Social network, Social network analysis, Social organism, Social physics, Social preferences, Social progress, Social Progress Index, Social reality, Social science, Social Science & Medicine, Social Science History Association, Social Science Japan Journal, Social Science Library, Oxford, Social Science Quarterly, Social Science Research Council, Social Security debate in the United States, Social sequence analysis, Social simulation, Social statistics, Social stratification, Social studies of finance, Social value orientations, Social video marketing, Social work, Socialism, Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, Socialist economics, Socialist Party of America, Société d'études techniques et économiques, Societal collapse, Society for Economic Measurement, Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Society for Social Studies of Science, Society of Actuaries, Society of Global Health Researchers in Action, Socio-ecological system, Socio-economic theory, Socioeconomic engineering, Socioeconomics, Sociologia Ruralis, Sociological theory, Sociology, Sociology in China, Sociology of Community, Sociology of health and illness, Sociology of knowledge, Socionics, Sofia University, Sokoto State University, SolGold, Solomon S. Huebner, Soltau, Soltorgsgymnasiet, Somatic marker hypothesis, Sonali Deraniyagala, Soner Arıca, Sonia L'Heureux, Sonia Petrone, Sonia Sotomayor Supreme Court nomination, Sonja Henning, Sonnenschein–Mantel–Debreu theorem, Sophia Moestrup, Sophonisba Breckinridge, Soroti University, Sotaro, Sotirios Hatzigakis, Souq, South African Journal of Economics, South Asia Economic Journal, South Asian University, South China Normal University, South Korea–Taiwan relations, Southern Africa, Southern Economic Association, Southern Illinois University Press, Southwest High School (El Centro, California), Southwest University for Nationalities, Soviet Interview Project, Sow's ear effect, SparkNotes, Spatial analysis, Spatial Economic Analysis, Speculative attack, Speculative demand for money, Spencer Dale, Spencer Treat Clark, Spending wave, Spillover effect, Spontaneous order, Sports economics, Sprott School of Business, Spurious relationship, Sputnik (news agency), Square academic cap, Sree Anantha Padmanabha College, Sree Narayana College, Varkala, Sree Sankara Vidyapeetom, Sri Aurobindo College (Evening), Sri Gowthami Degree and PG College, Sri Sankara Senior Secondary School, St Antony's College, Oxford, St Augustine's Church of England High School, St Catherine's School, Germiston, St Conleth's College, St Crispin's School, St Cuthbert's College, Auckland, St Joseph's College, Moolamattom, St Stephen's College (Hong Kong), St. Anselm's North City School, Jaipur, St. Anselm's Pink City Sr. Sec. School, Jaipur, St. Anthony's College, Shillong, St. Charles College, Pietermaritzburg, St. Edmund's College, Shillong, St. Francis School, Harmu, St. Joseph's College, Jakhama, St. Karen's High School, Patna, St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's College, Jamaica, St. Mary's College, Thrissur, St. Petersburg Institute of International Trade, Economics and Law, St. Petersburg paradox, St. Philip's Parish Library, St. Theresa's Girls' Higher Secondary School, St. Thomas More College, St. Ursula Academy (Toledo, Ohio), Stabilization policy, Stable marriage problem, Stable roommates problem, Stacey Abrams, Stackelberg competition, Stagflation, Standard Grade, Standard social science model, Standardization, Standstill agreement, Stanger Manor Secondary School, Stanisław Albinowski, Stanisław Grabski, Stanisław Warszycki, Stanislav Strumilin, Stanley Engerman, Stanley Fischer, Stanley Lebergott, Stanley Wisniewski, Stata, State Farm Research and Development Center, State Higher Vocational School in Skierniewice, State Higher Vocational School in Tarnow, State monopoly, State school, State University of New York at Purchase, State University of Surabaya, Statistical discrimination (economics), Statistical dispersion, Statistical epidemiology, Statistical Lab, Statistical risk, Statty Stattev, Statue of Liberty in popular culture, Steady-state economy, Stefan Dassler, Stefan Hedlund, Stefan Heidemann, Stefan Homburg, Stefan Ingves, Stefan Stoev, Steffen Roth, Steinar Killi, Stephan Meyer, Stephanie Kaplan, Stephanie Kelton, Stephen C. Smith (economist), Stephen DeCanio, Stephen Haddrill, Stephen Hammond, Stephen Hatfield Dodds, Stephen J. Dubner, Stephen Leeb, Stephen Machin, Stephen Mizwa, Stephen Moore (writer), Stephen Morris (game theorist), Stephen Pound, Stephen S. Roach, Stephen Smale, Stephen Sohn, Stephen Stolowski, Stephen T. Worland, Stephen Ziliak, Sterling Griffin, Stern College for Women, Steve Ballmer, Steve Cole, Steve Fairchild, Steve Heighway, Steve Jobs, Steve Liesman, Steve McFadden, Steve Pearce (politician), Steve Rammel, Steve Randy Waldman, Steve Sinnott, Steve Stivers, Steve Sung, Steven 'Bo' Keeley, Steven Burd, Steven Canepa, Steven Chu, Steven Durlauf, Steven H. Ratti, Steven Landsburg, Steven Levitt, Steven Plaut, Steven Pressman (economist), Steven Weber (professor), Sticky information, Stigler's law of eponymy, Stijn Claessens, Stobaeus, Stochastic calculus, Stochastic simulation, Stock and flow, Stock trader, Stockholm School of Economics, Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets, Stolpersteine in Prague-Josefov, Storm Huntley, Stornoway, Strait of Messina metropolitan area, Strategic complements, Strategic Organization, Strategische Unternehmensführung, Street, Stringer Bell, Structural unemployment, Structure and agency, Stryker McGuire, Stuart Butler, Student Association at the Stockholm School of Economics, Student Union in Sundsvall, Studienkolleg, Studies in Microeconomics, Stuyvesant High School, Stylized fact, Sub-provincial divisions in the People's Republic of China, Submodular set function, Subramanian Swamy, Substantivism, Substitution effect, Sudha Ragunathan, Sudhir Memorial Institute Madhyamgram, Suffolk College of Arts and Sciences, Suhail Rizvi, Suleyman Kerimov, Sultan Ali Keshtmand, Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University, Sundeep Waslekar, Sunder Ramaswamy, SunDog: Frozen Legacy, Sung Won Sohn, Sunil Gulati, Sunk cost, Sunspots (economics), Suor Orsola Benincasa University of Naples, Super Crunchers, Superflex, Superrationality, Superslow process, Supplier-induced demand, Supply (economics), Surana PU College, Suresh P. Sethi, Surplus economics, Survival analysis, Susan Athey, Susan Bies, Susan Dynarski, Susan Leal, Susan Lynn, Susan Montee, Susanna Hecht, Susanna Loeb, Sustainability, Sustainability studies, Sustainable living, Sustainable redevelopment, Sustainable yield in fisheries, Suvi-Anne Siimes, Suzi Kerr, Suzy Becker, Svein Rennemo, Sven Giegold, Sven Koenig (computer scientist), Sverre Iversen, Swami Janki Sharan, Swan diagram, Swedish library classification system, Swedish National Financial Management Authority, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Syahrir, Syed Abdus Samad, Syed Ali Raza, Syed Manzur Elahi, Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Sylvia Heal, Sylvia Nasar, Sylvia Rhone, Sylvie Faucheux, Synergetics (Fuller), Synthetic control method, System, System archetype, System dynamics, System Dynamics Society, System of linear equations, Systematic risk, Systems ecology, Systems theory, Széchenyi István College for Advanced Studies, Szent István University, T H Abdul Jabbar, T. Davis Bunn, T. N. Srinivasan, T. Scarlett Epstein, Tables of historical exchange rates to the United States dollar, Tacit collusion, Tacito Augusto Farias, Tad Williams, Tadao Yanaihara, Tadashi Yanai, Tadeusz Adamowski, Tadeusz Kowalik, Tadeusz Pyka, Tagum City National High School, Tagum National Trade School, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy, Taimur Rahman, Tajal Bewas, Tajikistan State University of Law, Business, & Politics, Tak Nga Secondary School, Takafumi Isomura, Takanabe Domain, Takayuki Ochiai, Takeshi Amemiya, Takitarō Minakami, Takushoku University, Takushoku University Hokkaido Junior College, Taleb distribution, Tamar Gozansky, Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, Tamer Başar, Tan Teck Meng, Tanjungpura University, Tankmar Horn, Tansu Çiller, Tanya Dubash, Tapped (film), Tara Priya, Taraba River, Tarō Kōno, Targeted repurchase, Tariq al-Hashimi, Tarlochan Singh, Tashi Namgyal Academy, Taste (sociology), Tate Reeves, Tatiana Vishnevskaya, Tatiana Woollaston, Tatsuya Oe, Tatyana Bakhteeva, Tatyana Zaslavskaya, Taungoo University, Taupo-nui-a-Tia College, Tax, Tax advisor, Tax incidence, Tax policy, Taxation in Azerbaijan, Taylor rule, Tayseer Allouni, Tayyibe Gülek, Tàu Hủ Canal, Tôn Đức Thắng University, Törnqvist index, Tümay Ertek, Tbilisi State University, TCNJ School of Business, Teachers College, Columbia University, Team management, Technical analysis, Technical change, Technical standard, Technical University of Dortmund, Technical University of Varna, Techno India University, Technological change, Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus, Technological evolution, Technological singularity, Technological theory of social production, Technological unemployment, Technology and society, Technology of the Discworld, Teck-Hua Ho, Ted Gayer, Ted Turner, Tee Mac Omatshola Iseli, Tejo Power Station, TELECOM Lille 1, Telecommunications forecasting, Temístocles Montás, Tendency of the rate of profit to fall, Tenniel Chu, Teodor Brateș, Teodoro Petkoff, Teodosia Osir, Teoría de Precios: Porqué está mal la Economía, Tepper School of Business, Terence Burns, Baron Burns, Teresa Jacobs, Terhemen Tarzoor, Term (time), Terra Madre, Terraforming, Terri Scott, Terry Gurnett, Terry Holland, Tertiary education fees in Australia, Tertius Chandler, Tertius Zongo, Test (assessment), Test of Economic Knowledge, Test of Economic Literacy, Test of Understanding in College Economics, Tetsuji Takechi, TeX, Texas Tech University College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, Texas Tech University College of Arts & Sciences, Tezukayama University, Thaksinomics, Thakur Mool Chand Chauhan, Thakurdas Bang, Thakurgaon Government College, Thammasat University, Thant Myint-U, The 3rd Degree (radio series), The Accursed Share, The Africa Report, The American College of Financial Services, The American Economic Review, The American Interest, The American Scene, The Australian Moment, The Billion Dollar Boy, The Birth of Plenty, The Bridge University, The Brotherhood of the Bell, The Calculus of Consent, The Cambridge Companion to Marx, The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, The Canon (Natalie Angier book), The China Quarterly, The City School (Pakistan), The City: London and the Global Power of Finance, The College of Richard Collyer, The Coming China Wars, The Commanding Heights, The community Zabej, The COPPEAD Graduate School of Business, The Cost of Knowledge, The Cotton Museum, The Death of Economics, The dismal science, The Earth Institute, The Economic History Review, The Economic Journal, The Economics Anti-Textbook, The Economics of John Maynard Keynes, The Engineers and the Price System, The Enterprise of Law, The Ethics of Liberty, The European Miracle, The Experience Economy, The Failure of the New Economics, The FairTax Book, The Forest School, Winnersh, The formalist vs substantivist debate, The Frank Anthony Public School, Bangalore, The Genius Club, The Global Minotaur, The Golden Gate (Seth novel), The Good Society, The Great Salad Oil Swindle, The Greenhouse Project, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Haves and the Have Nots (TV series), The Holocaust History Project, The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, The International School, Karachi, The Invisible Hand (The Spectacular Spider-Man), The Japanese Economic Review, The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Legal Studies, The Journals of Gerontology, The Keynes Solution, The Korean Economic Review, The labor problem, The Lessons of History, The Life of John Maynard Keynes, The Logic of Collective Action, The Long Haul (autobiography), The Manchester School (journal), The Martians (scientists), The Media Elite, The Miller School of Albemarle, The Misfit Economy, The Mystery of Banking, The Nature of Mass Poverty, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, The New York Times Guide to Essential Knowledge, The News Lens, The Newsroom (U.S. TV series), The Order of Things, The Other Path: The Economic Answer to Terrorism, The Philosophical Forum, The Piggott School, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism, The Poverty of Philosophy, The Predator State, The Princes of Florence, The Quarry Lane School, The RAND Journal of Economics, The Raven: Anarchist Quarterly, The Reason of State, The Republican Brain, The Review of Austrian Economics, The Review of Economic Studies, The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers, The Rush Limbaugh Show, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, The Schools of Public Engagement (The New School), The Science of Success, The Second Great Depression (book), The Seven-Day Weekend, The Shock Doctrine, The Singapore Economic Review, The Skeptical Environmentalist, The Superior College, The System or Theory of the Trade of the World, The Theory of the Leisure Class, The Third Industrial Revolution, The Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy, The Triumph of Technique, The Undercover Economist, The Volokh Conspiracy, The Wealth of Nations, The Weight of Chains 2, The William Davidson Faculty of Industrial Engineering & Management, The Wisdom of Crowds, The World Economy (journal), Thembo Nyombi, Theo van de Klundert, Theodor Haubach, Theodor Heuss, Theodor Körner Prize, Theodor Korselt, Theodor Oberländer, Theodore Burczak, Theodore Levitt, Theodore Roosevelt High School (Kent, Ohio), Theodore Roosevelt High School (Wyandotte), Theoretical Economics, Theoretician (Marxism), Theory, Theory and Decision, Theory and History, Theory of fructification, Theory of imputation, Theory of the firm, Theory of the second best, Theory of value (economics), There ain't no such thing as a free lunch, Theresa Wolfson, Therese Sjögran, Thermodynamics, Thierry Roussel, Thilo Sarrazin, Think Like a Freak, Think tank, This Changes Everything, Thom Browne, Thom S. Rainer, Thomas A. Ferguson, Thomas Borcherding, Thomas D. Wilson, Thomas DiLorenzo, Thomas E. Baker, Thomas Espenshade, Thomas Ferguson (academic), Thomas Friedman, Thomas G. Osenton, Thomas Grossmann, Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, Thomas Herndon, Thomas Ide, Thomas J. Anderson, Thomas J. Hagerty, Thomas Jordan (economist), Thomas Keller (card game player), Thomas M. Connelly, Thomas M. Hoenig, Thomas Mesenbourg, Thomas More College (Kentucky), Thomas Naylor, Thomas Neir, Thomas North Whitehead, Thomas Palfrey, Thomas Palley, Thomas Rex Lee, Thomas Schuster, Thomas Shoyama, Thomas Sowell, Thomas Woods, Thor Heyerdahl, Thorvaldur Gylfason, Thought experiment, Three degrees of influence, Three-sector theory, Threshold pledge system, Threshold price-point, Thrive (website), Throw away paradox, Tibetan Americans, Tibor Fischer, Tibor Palánkai, Tibor Scitovsky, Tightness, Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, Tikhon Bernstam, Tilburg University, Tim Anderson (political economist), Tim Boswell, Tim Kaine, Tim Kane, Tim Lankester, Tim Leary, Tim Smart (businessman), Tim Worstall, Time derivative, Time domain, Time for Kids Almanac, Time-based currency, Timeline of Karl Marx, Timeline of Polish science and technology, Timeline of scientific thought, Timo Weiland, Timothy S. Bitsberger, Tinbergen Institute, Tinta Invisible, Tipping point (sociology), Tish Collins, Tito Boeri, Tjalling Koopmans, Tobias Krantz, Tocantins, Todd Zywicki, Tofail Ahmed, Togba-Nah Tipoteh, Tohoku Gakuin University, Tokushima Domain, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Commerce, Tom Atwood, Tom Bossert, Tom Courchene, Tom Daxon, Tom Leppert, Tom Naratil, Tom Rapp, Tom Steyer, Tom Velk, Tomas Antonelius, Tomas J. Philipson, Tomáš Hanák, Tomita Tetsunosuke, Tommy Amaker, Tommy Kendall, Tomo Križnar, Tomsk State Pedagogical University, Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radio-electronics, Toni Stolper, Tony Knowles (politician), Tony Lawson, Tony Snow, Toothpaste tube theory, Top-ups, Torcuato di Tella University, Tord Palander, Tore Ellingsen, Tore Schweder, Tornado, West Virginia, Toshihisa Toyoda, Total cost, Total derivative, Total factor productivity, Total revenue test, Totalitarian democracy, Tottori Domain, Towson University College of Business and Economics, Toyoda, TPCIT, Tracy R. Lewis, Trade, Trade-off, Traders (TV series), Traditional economy, Tragedy of the commons, TRAIL Research School, Trairong Suwankiri, Transaction cost, Transactions demand, Transcarpathian State University, Transfer payment, Transferable utility, Transilvania University of Brașov, Transitology, Transparency (market), Transport geography, Transportation (journal), TRANUS, Treatise, Trigonometry, Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange, Trinità dei Monti (think tank), Triple bottom line, Tripura Legislative Assembly, Triunfo (Spain), Trondheim Business School, Tropical agriculture, Troy H. Middleton, Trudeauism, Trumbull College, Trust (emotion), Tsallis distribution, Tsuda Mamichi, Tsushima-Fuchū Domain, Tsuwano Domain, Tsuyama Domain, TU Delft Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, TU Dresden, TU Dresden School of International Studies, Tuğba Özay, Tuck School of Business, Tunceli Province, Tunde Idiagbon, Tunis El Manar University, Tunisia Private University, Tunisian Baccalaureate, Turaga Janaki Rani, Tuscia University, Tusculum University, Tvin Carole Moumjoghlian, Two-moment decision model, Tyler Cowen, Tyler Ott, Tyler Winklevoss, Types of rural communities, Tzeli Hadjidimitriou, U Myint, U.S. Congress and citizens, UAM Azcapotzalco, Uğur Dündar, UC Berkeley College of Letters and Science, UC Davis College of Letters and Science, UCL Main Building, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Ufuk University, Ugo Pagano, UIUC School of Information Sciences, UK Watch, Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine, Ukrainian State University of Finance and International Trade, Ulla Jelpke, Ulrich Maly, Ulrich Spiesshofer, Ulrich von Hassell, Umberto Meoli, Umeå Centre for Global Health Research, UN Competitive Examination, Uncertainty, Underconsumption, Underdevelopment, Underemployment, Underemployment equilibrium, Undergraduate real estate programs, Undertow (The Wire), Underwood International College, Unearned income, Unemployment in Scotland, UNESCO nomenclature, Union College of Laguna, UniPoliSi, Unirule Institute of Economics, Unit demand, Unit of account, United States Academic Decathlon topics, United States Army Special Forces selection and training, United States Congress, United States Domestic Policy Council, United States groundwater law, United States House Committee on Appropriations, United States House of Representatives elections in North Carolina, 2014, United States International Trade Commission, United States intervention in Chile, United States presidential election, 1964, United States third-party and independent presidential candidates, 2008, United States Virgin Islands, United World College in Mostar, Unity University, Universal Darwinism, Universe (economics), Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Universidad de Sonora, Universidad del Museo Social Argentino, Universidad Del Pacífico – Ecuador, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, Universidad Mesoamericana, Universidad Metropolitana, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Universidad Nacional de la Amazonía Peruana, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Universidad Tecnológica de Santiago, Universitas Nasional, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Università degli studi di Foggia, Università della Svizzera italiana, Université catholique de Louvain, Université Notre Dame d'Haïti, Universities in the United Kingdom, University "Marta Abreu" of Las Villas, University at Albany, SUNY, University College Maastricht, University College Thiruvananthapuram, University Consortium of Pori, University Finance Lab, University for Development Studies, University of Alberta School of Business, University of Alcalá, University of Aleppo, University of America, University of Amsterdam, University of Applied and Environmental Sciences, University of Applied Sciences, Mainz, University of Arkansas Agriculture Building, University of Arkansas Campus Historic District, University of Augsburg, University of Łódź, University of Babylon, University of Bamberg, University of Banja Luka, University of Barcelona, University of Bari, University of Basrah, University of Batna, University of Bayreuth, University of Béchar, University of Belgrano, University of Bengkulu, University of Bergamo, University of Bern, University of Białystok, University of Bologna, University of Bonn, University of Brasília, University of Bremen, University of British Columbia, University of Buenos Aires, University of California, Irvine School of Social Sciences, University of Camagüey, University of Campinas Institute of Economics, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, University of Castilla–La Mancha, University of Catania, University of CEMA, University of Central Florida College of Business Administration, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, University of Ciego de Ávila, University of Coimbra, University of Cologne, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, University of Copenhagen Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Crete, University of Düsseldorf, University of Distance Education, Mandalay, University of Distance Education, Yangon, University of Djibouti, University of Dubrovnik, University of Eastern Piedmont, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, University of Ferrara, University of Fiji, University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Freiburg, University of Fribourg, University of Galați, University of Gdańsk, University of Georgia Graduate School, University of Girona, University of Granada, University of Hagen, University of Hanover, University of Havana, University of Hawaii–West Oahu, University of Holguín, University of Huddersfield Business School, University of Innsbruck, University of International Business and Economics, University of International Business and Economics (Beijing), University of International Studies of Rome, University of Ioannina, University of Jena, University of Kaiserslautern, University of Karachi, University of Karbala, University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kiel, University of Konstanz, University of Kragujevac, University of Kragujevac Faculty of Economics, University of Kurdistan (Iran), University of Lagos, University of Lausanne, University of Life Sciences in Poznań, University of Lille, University of Ljubljana, University of Macau, University of Macedonia, University of Macerata, University of Madeira, University of Management Sciences and Information Technology, University of Mannheim, University of Maribor, University of Massachusetts Boston, University of Matanzas, University of Münster, University of Messina, University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan School of Social Work, University of Milano-Bicocca, University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts, University of Missouri–St. Louis, University of Molise, University of Monastir, University of Mostar, University of Mumbai, University of Neuchâtel, University of Niš, University of North Dakota College of Arts and Sciences, University of Oldenburg, University of Opole, University of Osijek, University of Oslo Faculty of Law, University of Osnabrück, University of Ouargla, University of Oulu, University of Padua, University of Palermo, University of Panama, University of Papua, University of Paris-Saclay, University of Parma, University of Pavia, University of Perugia, University of Piraeus, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, University of Queensland Debating Society, University of Reading, University of Rochester, University of Rochester College of Arts Sciences and Engineering, University of Rome Tor Vergata, University of Salamanca, University of Salento, University of San Andrés, University of Santiago de Compostela, University of Santiago de Cuba, University of Santiago, Chile, University of Santo Tomas College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Santo Tomas–Legazpi, University of Sargodha, University of Sassari, University of Savoy, University of Science and Technology Beijing, University of Scranton buildings and landmarks, University of Siena, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, University of South China, University of Split, University of St. Gallen, University of Stuttgart, University of Sucre, University of Swabi, University of Szczecin, University of Tehran, University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, University of the Andes Library Services, University of the Balearic Islands, University of the East Graduate School, University of the German Federal Armed Forces, University of the Pacific (Peru), University of the Philippines Baguio, University of the Philippines Los Baños College of Economics and Management, University of the Philippines Visayas, University of the Republic (Uruguay), University of the Republic of San Marino, University of the South Pacific, University of the State of Paraná, University of Thessaly, University of Tirana, University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, University of Trento, University of Tripoli, University of Tuzla, University of Valle, University of Virginia College of Arts and Sciences, University of Virginia Darden School of Business, University of Warsaw, University of Würzburg, University of Wisconsin–Madison College of Letters and Science, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee academics, University of Zadar, University of Zanjan, University of Zimbabwe, University of Zurich, University Preparatory Academy, University Scholars Program, UniverSud Paris, Unreasonable ineffectiveness of mathematics, Uppsala University, UPRM College of Arts and Sciences, UPRRP College of Business Administration, Upside Down (book), Ural State Technical University, Urban Bäckström, Urban design, Urban Geography (journal), Urban studies, Urbanization, Uri Gneezy, Uri Milstein, Uri Simonsohn, Urmia University, Ursula von der Leyen, USC Marshall School of Business, Usha Sangwan, Ushuaia, Ussif Rashid Sumaila, Utility, Utility functions on indivisible goods, Uto Domain, Utopia, Utopia for Realists (book), Utopian socialism, Utrecht Summer School, Utrecht University, Utsa Patnaik, Uwe Reinhardt, Uzbek Soviet Encyclopedia, Uzi Arad, V. G. Siddhartha, V. I. S. Jayapalan, V. R. Krishnan Ezhuthachan, V. R. Panchamukhi, V. V. Chari, V.B.Z., Valabhi University, Valdemārs Baumanis, Valentina Borok, Valeria Sannucci, Valery Serdyukov, Valete, Valuation effects, Valuation using multiples, Value added, Value at risk, Value of life, Value theory, Value-added theory, Value-form, Vanderbilt University College of Arts and Science, Vanessa Rousso, Vanila Singh, VanossGaming, Variational inequality, Varieties of Capitalism, Varna Free University, Varney & Co., Vasant Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Vasily Sergeevich Nemchinov, Vasireddy Sri Krishna, Vassar College, Vasundhara Raje, Vaucluse College, Véronique Morin, Văn Lang University, Vehicular metrics, Veil of money, Veliko Tarnovo University, Vendor lock-in, Venetia Burney, Verdoorn's law, Verification and validation, Veritas Preparatory Academy, Vern McKinley, Vern Smith (journalist), Vern Yip, Vernon L. Smith, Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University, Vertical integration, Very Short Introductions, Vesa Kanniainen, Vic Allen, Victor Bockarie Foh, Victor Ginsburgh, Victor M. Longstreet, Victoria Stodden, Video wall, Vidyasagar College, Vidyodaya PU College, Vienna Business School, Vienna Institute of Demography, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnamese people in Bulgaria, Vietnamese-German University, Viktor Valentinovich Novozhilov, Vilfredo Pareto, Vinay Maloo, Vinay Nair, Vince Cable, Vincent Cyril Richard Arthur Charles Crabbe, Vincent Dantzer, Vincent Mangematin, Vincenzo Cuoco, Vinkovci, Vinson Valega, Virgil Madgearu, Virginia Gutiérrez de Pineda, Virginia State Pharmacy Board v. Virginia Citizens Consumer Council, Virginia Tech Pamplin College of Business, Virtual airline (economics), Virtual economy, Virtual Student Federal Service, Virtual University of Pakistan, Vishal Narain, VISTA (economics), Vista Analysis, Vital Speeches of the Day, Vito Fossella, Vitosha, Vittorio Corbo, Vivekananda Mahavidyalaya, Vivian Carpenter, Vivian I. Neptune Rivera, VKV Golaghat, Vladimir Aleksandrovich Mau, Vladimir Žerjavić, Vladimir Groman, Vladimir Haensel, Vladimir Jovanović, Vladimir Kvint, Vladimir Morozov (swimmer), Vladmir Faltsman, Vlekho, Voima (newspaper), Volker Oppitz (scientist), Volodymyr Kupchak, Volodymyr Stelmakh, Voorbereidend wetenschappelijk onderwijs, Voter turnout, Voting plan, VU University Amsterdam, Vyasanagar College, W. Arthur Lewis, W. Marvin Watson, W. Paul Stillman School of Business, W. Steven Barnett, Wage dispersion, Wage ratio, Wage share, Wage–fund doctrine, Wakasa Domain, Wald's maximin model, Waldemar Koch, Waldemar Pförtsch, Walid Muhammed Sadi, Walter E. Williams, Walter F. González, Walter Krämer, Walter Noel, Walter Oi, Walter Schönenbröcher, Walter W. Stewart (economist), Walter Wriston, Wan J. Kim, Want, Warburg family, Wargaming, Warm-glow giving, Warren Allmand, Warren Buffett, Warren Fales Draper, Warren Lichtenstein, Warren T. Brookes, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Warwick Business School, Wassily Leontief, Wassim Michael Haddad, Wataru Yoshizumi, Wayne Grudem, Wayne Hsiung, Wayne Pace, Wayne Smith (statistician), Wayside School (book series), Würzburg, We are the 99%, Weak axiom of cost minimization, Weakly additive, Wealth, Wealth, Virtual Wealth and Debt, Weatherhead School of Management, Web science, Web-based experiments, Wedding of Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, and Marie-Chantal Miller, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Weldon Russell, Welfare definition of economics, Well-being contributing factors, Weller's theorem, Wellesley High School, Wendy Brown (political theorist), Wendy Lee Gramm, Werner Clement, Werner Grothmann, Werner Hilpert, Werner Leinfellner, Werner Ploberger, Werner Rügemer, Werner Sombart, Werner Teske, Werner Ulrich, Werturteilsstreit, Wes Moore, Wesley Gray, West Bengal State University, West Chapel Hill Historic District, West Genesee High School, West Milford High School, West University of Timișoara, West Valley College, Westdale Secondary School, Western culture, Western philosophy, Western Washington University, Westernization, Westside School, Gibraltar, Westview High School (San Diego), WEVD, WFI – Ingolstadt School of Management, Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, What the Stuarts Did for Us, Wheaton College (Massachusetts), When to Rob a Bank, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?, Where Keynes Went Wrong, Where-to-be-born Index, Whip, White knight (business), Whitemail, Whither Socialism?, Whitley Bay High School, Whitman College, Princeton University, Whitney K. Newey, Whiz Kids (Department of Defense), Widener Library, Widya Mandala Catholic University, Wikiprogress, Wilhelm Brückner, Wilhelm Dreher, Wilhelm Georg Friedrich Roscher, Wilhelm Herzog, Wilhelm Lexis, Wilhelm Röpke, Will Dean (businessman), Will Gabig, Will Page, Willem Buiter, Willem Hubert Nolens, Willem Sassen, William A. Darity Jr., William Baumol, William Brown (industrial relations expert), William Broyles Jr., William Campbell (business executive), William Chester Jordan, William Clay Ford Sr., William Davis (journalist), William Draper Lewis, William Dudley Geer, William E. Simkin, William F. Sharpe, William French Smith, William G. Bowen, William Harold Hutt, William Henry Powell (soldier), William J. Byron, William J. Collins, William James Reddin, William K. Lanman, William Leach (Canadian Army officer), William McChesney Martin, William Milam, William Mulloy, William Nye (courtier), William Nygaard, William P. Driscoll, William Phillips (economist), William Poole (economist), William R. Allen (economist), William Rosellini, William Ruggles, William Stanley Jevons, William T. Moore (Texas politician), William W. Cooper, William Walaska, William Whewell, Williams v. Walker-Thomas Furniture Co., Williamson trade-off model, Willie Burden, Willingness to accept, Willms Buhse, Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, Wim Duisenberg, Winfridah Mofu, Winklevoss twins, Winona LaDuke, Winsome Sears, Winston Dookeran, Wireless Valley, Wirtschaftsdienst, Wirtschaftsphysik, Wisconsin school, WNYC Studios, Wojciech Bartelski, Woldai Futur, Wolf Roth, Wolfgang Bergold, Wolfgang Maennig, Wolfgang Pesendorfer, Wolfgang Stützel, Wolfgang Stegmüller, Wolfgang Wiegard, Wolfgang Zapf, Woman, Women in China, Women in philosophy, Women's College, Meiji University, Women's empowerment, Woodbridge High School (Irvine, California), Worcester State University, Work, Employment & Society, Workforce productivity, World Affairs Seminar, World Bank residual model, World Brain, World Competition, World Economic Journal, World Economics Association, World economy, World Food Prize, World Happiness Report, World Values Survey, World view, Wouter den Haan, Wouter Koolmees, Wray (surname), Wrocław University of Economics, Wu Jiaduo, Wu Xinxiong, Xavier Becerra, Xavier Serbiá, Xia Yeliang, Xiamen University Libraries, Xiao Jie, Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics, Xiomara Laugart, Yacine Ait-Sahalia, Yair Tauman, Yale Corporation, Yale Economic Review, Yale School of Management, Yamila Diaz-Rahi, Yanagawa Domain, Yane Yanev, Yang Jingnian, Yang Xiong (politician), Yang Yanyin, Yangon Institute of Economics, Yangon Institute of Education, Yanis Varoufakis, Yannis Kondos, Yarmouk University, Yaroslavl State University, YARSI University, Yashwant Trivedi, Yasuhisa Shioda, Yau Lop Poon, Yıldo, Yeda Crusius, Yeditepe University, Yemi Kale, Yeslam bin Ladin, Yeungnam University, Yevgeny Nazdratenko, Yohanan Plesner, Yohann Capolungo, Yoriko Kawaguchi, York University, Yoshihiro Tsurumi, Yoshirō Irino, Youcef Yousfi, Young Marx, Yousef Haikal, Yousry Nasrallah, Yousuf Saleh Alyan, Youth participation, Yu (Jeffrey) Hu, Yu Dafu, Yu Guangyuan, Yuhanon Mor Philoxenos, Yukihiro Torikai, Yumi Yoshiyuki, Yung-Ping Chen, Yuri Matochkin, Yuriy Bazhal, Zafar Ali Khan, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Zalul Environmental Association, Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Zaporizhzhya National University, Zeitgeist (film series), Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, Zelder paradox, Zenaida Moya, Zeng Liansong, Zeppelin University, Zerick Rollins, Zero-profit condition, Zero-rated supply, Zero-sum game, Zero-sum thinking, Zeti Akhtar Aziz, Zeyyat Hatiboğlu, Zhang Lei (investor), Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Zhuang studies, Ziaul Haque (academic), Zivanna Letisha Siregar, Ziyad Cattan, Zoltán Oszkár Szántó, Zona Libre, Zoran Knežević (politician), Zoroastrian Dari language, Zul Kifl Salami, Zvi Eckstein, Zvi Griliches, Zvi Hercowitz, 1088, 13 Bankers, 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus, 14th Dalai Lama, 16th World Economic Forum on Africa, 1822 in France, 1847 in France, 1912 in France, 1929, 1930 in the United States, 1932 in France, 1999 in Canada, 2004 Democratic National Convention, 2009 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans, 2009–10 Big Ten Conference men's basketball season, 20th century in science, 4-digit UNESCO Nomenclature. Expand index (8338 more) » « Shrink index
The English suffix -nomics is derived from the Greek νόμος nomos, meaning "law." The fields ending with -nomics thus mean "law of" whatever the prefix is.
A Beautiful Mind (1998) is a biography of Nobel Prize-winning economist and mathematician John Forbes Nash, Jr. by Sylvia Nasar, professor of journalism at Columbia University.
A Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World is a 2007 book about economic history by Gregory Clark.
"A Financial Fable" (also known as "The Cyclone Money Crib") is a Donald Duck comic book story written and illustrated by Carl Barks in September 1950.
A Guide to Keynes is a non-fiction work by Alvin Hansen, about the life of John Maynard Keynes.
A History of Money and Banking in the United States is a 2002 book by economist Murray Rothbard.
Amar Kumar Bera is Principal Chief General Manager of the Reserve Bank of India.
A Random Walk Down Wall Street, written by Burton Gordon Malkiel, a Princeton economist, is a book on the subject of stock markets which popularized the random walk hypothesis.
A Tenured Professor (1990) is a satirical novel by Canadian/American economist and Professor Emeritus at Harvard, John Kenneth Galbraith, about a liberal university teacher who sets out to change American society by making money and then using it for the public good.
A Tour in Scotland, 1769 was published in 1771.
A Turn in the South is a travelogue of the American South written by Nobel Prize-winning writer V. S. Naipaul.
August Alan Post (September 17, 1914 – March 26, 2011) worked for 28 years (1949–1977) as California's legislative analyst.
Alexander Charles Baillie, (born December 20, 1939) is the former CEO of TD Bank Financial Group; he served in this role until December, 2002.
Andrew Donald Roy (28 June 1920 – 12 March 2003), shortened A. D. Roy, was a British economist who is known for the Roy model of self-selection and income distribution and Roy's safety-first criterion.
Aarhus University (Aarhus Universitet, abbreviated AU) is a public research university located in Aarhus, Denmark.
Aaron Karo (born June 18, 1979) is an American stand-up comedian and author best known for his Ruminations email column and series of books, his young adult novel Lexapros and Cons, and his Comedy Central special Aaron Karo: The Rest Is History.
Aaron Reardon is an American politician and former county executive of Snohomish County in Washington state.
The Faculty of Engineering and Science at Aalborg University is one of four faculties at AAU.
Abbas Malekzadeh Milani (عباس ملکزاده میلانی; born 1949) is an Iranian-American historian and author.
The Abbottabad University of Science and Technology (also named AUST), is a public university located in Havelian (12 km from Abbottabad), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
Abby Joseph Cohen (born February 29, 1952) is an American economist and financial analyst on Wall Street.
ABC Scope is a public affairs program that appeared on the ABC television network from 1964–1968, hosted by Howard K. Smith, the future anchor of the ABC Evening News.
Abdias do Nascimento (March 14, 1914 – May 23, 2011) was a prominent African Brazilian scholar, artist, and politician.
Abdourahmane Cissé (born August 6 1981in Abidjan, Ivory Coast) is an engineer and economist.
Abdourahmane Sarr, (born 26 March 1968) in Paris, is a Senegalese economist who is the leader of the Movement for Rebirth, Liberty and Development (MRLD) - Moom sa Bopp, Mënël sa Bopp, a Senegalese social movement created in 2011, and the head of the Center for Local Economic Development Financing (CEFDEL), a think tank founded in 2010.
Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani (4 July 1939 – 22 August 2011) was a Yemeni politician who served as Prime Minister of Yemen from 1994 to 1997, under President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Mohammed Abdul Khalek Hassouna (محمد عبد الخالق حسونة) (October 28, 1898 – January 20, 1992) was an Egyptian diplomat who served as the second Secretary-General of the Arab League from 1952 to 1972.
Abdul Rahman (Tamil - அப்துல் ரகுமான்) is an Indian politician and former member of the Parliament of India from Vellore Constituency, Tamil Nadu.
Professor Abdul Wassay Haqiqi (born 1945) is an Afghan American economist and author.
Abdullahi Dikko Inde MFR, OFR (born 11 May 1960) was the Comptroller-General of Nigerian Customs Service from August 2009 to August 2015.
Abel Ramón Caballero Álvarez (born 2 September 1946) is a Spanish professor of Economics and the current Mayor of Vigo.
Syeda Abida Hussain–Imam (سيدہ عابدہ حسین b. 1948) is a Pakistani conservative politician, diplomat, and socialite on the platform of the Pakistan Muslim League (N).
Abitur is a qualification granted by university-preparatory schools in Germany, Lithuania, and Estonia.
In economics, abnormal profit, also called excess profit, supernormal profit or pure profit, is "profit of a firm over and above what provides its owners with a normal (market equilibrium) return to capital." Normal profit (return) in turn is defined as opportunity cost of the owner's resources.
Abraham Rotstein (10 April 1929 – 27 April 2015) was a Canadian economist who was a professor of economics at the University of Toronto.
In economics, the absence rate is the ratio of workers with absences to total full-time wage and salary employment.
In economics, an absentee landlord is a person who owns and rents out a profit-earning property, but does not live within the property's local economic region.
In theoretical economics, an abstract economy (also called a generalized N-person game) is a model that generalizes both the standard model of a exchange economy in microeconomics, and the standard model of a game in game theory.
Abstraction in its main sense is a conceptual process where general rules and concepts are derived from the usage and classification of specific examples, literal ("real" or "concrete") signifiers, first principles, or other methods.
An academic degree is a qualification awarded to students upon successful completion of a course of study in higher education, normally at a college or university.
Academic dress is a traditional form of clothing for academic settings, mainly tertiary (and sometimes secondary) education, worn mainly by those who have been admitted to a university degree (or similar), or hold a status that entitles them to assume them (e.g., undergraduate students at certain old universities).
Academic regalia in the United States has a history going back to the colonial colleges era.
Academic Earth is a website launched on March 24, 2009, by Richard Ludlow and co-founders Chris Bruner and Liam Pisano, which offers free online video lectures from universities such as UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Michigan, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale in the subjects of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, English, Entrepreneurship, History, Law, Mathematics, Medicine, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, and Statistics.
Academic Lyceum under Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT AL) is a vocational education institution in the Republic of Uzbekistan which conducts its activities in close cooperation with Westminster International University in Tashkent in compliance with the requirements of the education standards of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Academic Press is an academic book publisher.
Academic publishing is the subfield of publishing which distributes academic research and scholarship.
The following summarizes basic academic ranks in the French higher education system.
Academic writing is conducted in several sets of forms and genres, normally in an impersonal and dispassionate tone, targeted for a critical and informed audience, based on closely investigated knowledge, and intended to reinforce or challenge concepts or arguments.
An academy (Attic Greek: Ἀκαδήμεια; Koine Greek Ἀκαδημία) is an institution of secondary education, higher learning, research, or honorary membership.
The Academy of Political Science is an American non-profit organization and publisher devoted to cultivating non-partisan, objective analysis of political, social, and economic issues.
The Academy of Sciences of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (조선민주주의인민공화국 과학원) or State Academy of Sciences, formerly the National Academy of Sciences, is the national academy of sciences of North Korea.
The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) is an autonomous, non-governmental organisation devoted to the advancement of knowledge and research in the social sciences.
The basic accounting equation, also called the balance sheet equation, represents the relationship between the assets, liabilities, and owner's equity of a business.
In accounting, finance and economics, an accounting identity is an equality that must be true regardless of the value of its variables, or a statement that by definition (or construction) must be true.
Accounting research is research on the effects of economic events on the process of accounting, and the effects of reported information on economic events.
Accounting scholarship is an academic discipline oriented towards the profession of accounting, usually taught at a business school.
Accrued jurisdiction within the context of the Australian legal system is the power held over state matters by federal courts.
Achaea, Dreams of Divine Lands is a roleplay-focused, text-based multi-user dungeon (MUD) released on September 9, 1997.
Action theory (or theory of action) is an area in philosophy concerned with theories about the processes causing willful human bodily movements of a more or less complex kind.
Activism consists of efforts to promote, impede, or direct social, political, economic, or environmental reform or stasis with the desire to make improvements in society.
The actuarial credentialing and exam process usually requires passing a rigorous series of professional examinations, most often taking several years in total, before one can become recognized as a credentialed actuary.
Actuarial science is the discipline that applies mathematical and statistical methods to assess risk in insurance, finance and other industries and professions.
An actuary is a business professional who deals with the measurement and management of risk and uncertainty.
Ada Osakwe is a Nigerian economist, entrepreneur and corporate executive, who is the founder, managing director and chief executive officer of Agrolay Ventures, an agribusiness investment company based in Nigeria, which invests in agricultural start-ups and food-related companies on the African continent.
Adam Budnikowski (born November 18, 1948, in Więcbork) is a Polish economist.
Adam Mark Burish (born January 6, 1983) is an American former professional ice hockey winger who played in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the Chicago Blackhawks, Dallas Stars and San Jose Sharks.
Adam Kwasman (born October 28, 1982) is an American economic consultant and a Republican former member of the Arizona House of Representatives, representing District 11 from 2013 to 2015.
Adam Maciejewski (born 1962) is a Polish economist and manager.
Adam Smith (16 June 1723 NS (5 June 1723 OS) – 17 July 1790) was a Scottish economist, philosopher and author as well as a moral philosopher, a pioneer of political economy and a key figure during the Scottish Enlightenment era.
The Adam Smith Prize are two prizes for best performance in the Part IIB Economics Tripos examinations and dissertation at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England.
Adaptive capacity is the capacity of a system to adapt if the environment where the system exists is changing.
In economics, adaptive expectations is a hypothesized process by which people form their expectations about what will happen in the future based on what has happened in the past.
In economics, additive utility is a cardinal utility function with the sigma additivity property.
Adekunle Ajasin University (AAUA) is a state government owned and operated Nigerian university.
Adele Cecile Morris (born August 14, 1963) is a senior fellow and policy director for Climate and Energy Economics at the Brookings Institution.
Administrative Behavior: a Study of Decision-Making Processes in Administrative Organization is a book written by Herbert A. Simon (1916–2001).
An admission to practice law is acquired when a lawyer receives a license to practice law.
Karl Otto Adolf Arndt (12 March 1904 – 13 February 1974) was a German politician and a member of the SPD.
Adolf Paschke (born 20 September 1891 in Saint Petersburg, Russia) was an expert linguistic cryptanalyst at Pers Z S, which was the Signal Intelligence Agency of the German Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt) before and during World War II.
Adolfo César Diz (May 12, 1931 – October 12, 2008) was an Argentine economist who served as President of the Central Bank of Argentina from April 1976 until March 1981.
Adolph Wagner (25 March 1835 – 8 November 1917) was a German economist and politician, a leading Kathedersozialist (academic socialist) and public finance scholar and advocate of agrarianism.
Adoption (apadrinamiento in Spanish, apadrinament in Catalan, parrainage in French) of a farm plant or animal is a method of commercial sponsorship in the farming and cattle raising sector.
Adrian Augier is a St.
Adrian Marten George Darby, OBE (born 25 September 1937) is a British conservationist and academic.
Adriana Fernanda Benitez Perugache (31 October 1975 – 14 October 2000) was a Colombian student leader and founder of Radicales Libres who was murdered by United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia.
Adriana Gascoigne is an American technology executive and activist, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Girls in Tech, a global non-profit dedicated to empowering, educating, and mentoring women in the technology industry.
Adriano B. Lucatelli (born 23 February 1966) is a Swiss entrepreneur in the financial services industry.
Adva Center is a non-partisan Israeli policy analysis center based in Tel Aviv.
The Advanced Extension Awards are a type of school-leaving qualification in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, usually taken in the final year of schooling (age 17/18), and designed to allow students to "demonstrate their knowledge, understanding and skills to the full".
An adversarial process is one that supports conflicting one-sided positions held by individuals, groups or entire societies, as inputs into the conflict resolution situation, typically with rewards for prevailing in the outcome.
Adverse selection is a term commonly used in economics, insurance, and risk management that describes a situation where market participation is affected by asymmetric information.
Advice (also called exhortation) is a form of relating personal or institutional opinions, belief systems, values, recommendations or guidance about certain situations relayed in some context to another person, group or party often offered as a guide to action and/or conduct.
Afanasiy Prokopievich Shchapov (Афанасий Прокофьевич Щапов in Russian) (May 10(17).1830 – February 27(10.3).1876) was a Russian historian accused of "Siberian nationalism" and persecuted by tsarist authorities.
Afe Babalola, CON, OFR, SAN (born 1929) is a Nigerian Lawyer and founder of Afe Babalola University.
Affective forecasting (also known as hedonic forecasting, or the hedonic forecasting mechanism) is the prediction of one's affect (emotional state) in the future.
Affective science is the scientific study of emotion or affect.
In economics, affine pricing is a situation where buying more than zero of a good gains a fixed benefit or cost, and each purchase after that gains a per-unit benefit or cost.
Affirmative Action Around the World: An Empirical Study is a 2004 nonfiction work by economist Thomas Sowell.
Affonso Celso Pastore (born 19 June 1938) is a Brazilian economist and former president of the Brazilian Central Bank, having also been Secretary of the São Paulo Treasury Department.
Afgansyah Reza (Jawi: افغان شاه رضا; born May 27, 1989), known to many as Afgan, is an Indonesian singer, songwriter, and occasional actor.
African Consensus is an economic paradigm proposed in 2011 for sustainable development in Africa.
African Economic History is an annual academic journal covering research on all aspects of the economics of the African past, including its historiography, with an emphasis on sub-Saharan, colonial and post-colonial themes.
The African Finance Journal is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering finance, accounting, and economics in an African context.
African Markets Overview was a magazine that reported on the monthly performance of stock markets in the greater African region.
AfroLatinidad is a collective cultural identity of Latinos and Latinas of full or partial African descent.
Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschloss (born July 28, 1956) is an American hedge fund manager.She founded and is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Rock Creek.
The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) is a network of private, non-denominational development agencies founded by the Aga Khan, which work primarily in the poorest parts of Asia and Africa.
Agatha Chapman (6 May 1907 – 17 October 1963) was a British-born economist at the Canadian Bureau of National Statistics from 1942–47.
Agbor Gilbert Ebot aka AGE (born Agbor Gilbert Ebot; 8 January 1983) is a Cameroonian award-winning film producer.
The Agence universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) (Francophonie University Association) is a global network of French-speaking higher-education and research institutions.
An agency cost is an economic concept concerning the fee to a "principal" (an organization, person or group of persons), when the principal chooses or hires an "agent" to act on its behalf.
In economics, an agent is an actor and more specifically a decision maker in a model of some aspect of the economy.
In economics, Aggregate behavior refers to economy-wide sums of individual behavior.
In statistics, aggregate data are data combined from several measurements.
An Aggregate pattern can refer to concepts in either statistics or computer programming.
In economics, aggregate supply (AS) or domestic final supply (DFS) is the total supply of goods and services that firms in a national economy plan on selling during a specific time period.
An aggregate in economics is a summary measure describing a market or economy.
Agnes Scott College (commonly known as Agnes Scott) is a private liberal arts college in downtown Decatur, Georgia.
Agneta Stark (born 9 February 1946), is the vice chancellor of Dalarna University in Sweden and was the president of the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) from 2012 to 2013.
AGORA is the acronym for the Access to Global Online Research on Agriculture program.
The Agostinho Neto University (Universidade Agostinho Neto) is a public university based in Luanda, the capital city of Angola.
Agra College is one of the oldest institutions in India.
In France, the agrégation is a competitive examination for civil service in the French public education system.
Agrekon is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal concentrating on Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics vis-a-vis to Southern Africa.
Agricola is a Euro-style board game created by Uwe Rosenberg.
In United States agricultural law, agricultural district is a planning term which defines an area within a local jurisdiction where farming is the preferred economic activity.
Agricultural economics is an applied field of economics concerned with the application of economic theory in optimizing the production and distribution of food and fibre—a discipline known as agricultural economics.
The Agrarian University of Havana "Fructuoso Rodríguez Pérez" (Spanish: Universidad Agraria de La Habana "Fructuoso Rodríguez Pérez", UNAH) is a university located in San José de las Lajas, Mayabeque Province, Cuba.
The agriculture in Paraná is historically one of the main economic activities of this Brazilian state.
The agriculture in Santa Catarina is one of the main economic activities of this Brazilian state.
Agroecology is the study of ecological processes applied to agricultural production systems.
Agroecosystem analysis is a thorough analysis of an agricultural environment which considers aspects from ecology, sociology, economics, and politics with equal weight.
Agronomy (Ancient Greek ἀγρός agrós 'field' + νόμος nómos 'law') is the science and technology of producing and using plants for food, fuel, fiber, and land reclamation.
Ahmad Adaya (احمد ادایا) (1927–2006) was an American Muslim real estate tycoon and philanthropist who was the founding partner of a California real estate company IDS Real Estate Group.
Ahmad Tohari (born 13 June 1948) is an Indonesian author.
Vice-Admiral Ahmad Zamir (Urdu:احمد ضمير; April 30, 1930– September 9, 1985), was a three-star rank admiral in the Pakistan Navy.
Ahmad Reza Baharloo or Ahmadreza Baharloo in (احمد رضا بهارلو, born in Darab, Iran) Is the former host of Voice of America, Persian Service.
Ahmed Abdelkefi (born 1 March 1941) is a Tunisian economist and businessman.
Ahmed Duale Gelle (Axmad Ducaale Geele) (Born July 8, 1949) is the 5th and current president of Galmudug state Of Somalia, in office since May 3, 2017.
Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah (أحمدو ولد عبد الله) (born November 21, 1940) is a Mauritanian diplomat who was a senior United Nations official.
Seong-Eun Ahn is a South Korean economist whose research fields include game theory and monetary policy.
Aidin Bozorgi (آیدین بزرگی., born 1989 in Tehran, Iran – disappeared July 20, 2013 in Broad Peak, Pakistan) was an Iranian mountain climber.
The Airline Deregulation Act is a 1978 United States federal law that deregulated the airline industry in the United States, removing U.S. federal government control over such areas as fares, routes and market entry of new airlines, introducing a free market in the commercial airline industry and leading to a great increase in the number of flights, a decrease in fares, and an increase in the number of passengers and miles flown.
Aishah Ahmad is a Nigerian accountant, financial analyst and financial manager, who was appointed Deputy Governor, of the Central Bank of Nigeria on 6 October 2017.
The International Academy of Sport Science and Technology (French: Académie internationale des sciences et techniques du sport, AISTS) is a non-profit foundation based in Lausanne, Switzerland, the Olympic Capital.
Aivars Lembergs (born September 26, 1953) is a Latvian politician and oligarch, who has been the mayor of Ventspils since 1988.
Aix-Marseille University (AMU; Aix-Marseille Université; formally incorporated as Université d'Aix-Marseille) is a public research university located in Provence, southern France.
Ajay Bisaria is an Indian diplomat who is currently the High Commissioner of India to Pakistan.
Ajaypal "Ajay" Singh Banga (born 1960) is an Indian American business executive.
Ajume Wingo is a Cameroonian political and social philosopher who is an associate professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Coordinates: Akademgorodok (p, "Academic Town" or "Academic City") is a part of the Sovetsky District of the city of Novosibirsk, Russia, located 30 km south of the city center and about 10 km west of the Science town Koltsovo.
Akbar Al Baker (أكبر الباکر) (born 1962) is currently the CEO of Qatar Airways.
Akhila Srinivasan is the Managing Director of Shriram Life Insurance Company and Director at Shriram Capital, the holding company for Shriram Group.
Akhtar Abdur Rahman Khan (Urdu: اختر عبد الرحمن‎; 11 June 1924 – 17 August 1988), was a Pakistani General who served as Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of the Pakistan Armed Forces from 1987–1988 and as Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) from 1979-1987.
is a private university at Akita, Akita, Japan, founded in 1953.
Aklan State University (ASU) is an educational institution in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines.
Aksel Magdahl (6 March 1979, Tönsberg), is a Norwegian yacht racing navigator, author of the tactics that took the boat Ericsson 3 to the victory in the fifth leg of the Volvo Ocean Race.
Alan Haymon (born April 21, 1955) is an American boxing adviser/manager.
Al Novstrup (born August 4, 1954) is an American politician and a Republican member of the South Dakota House of Representatives representing District 3 since January 2015.
Al Raja School, commonly abbreviated as "ARS", is a private, bilingual, coeducational, multicultural non-profit K-12 institution in the capital city Manama, in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Al-Azhar University (1,, "the (honorable) Azhar University") is a university in Cairo, Egypt.
Al-Azhar University – Gaza (جامعة الأزهر بغزة), often abbreviated AUG, is a Palestinian, public, non-profit and independent higher education institution.
Al-Ghazali (full name Abū Ḥāmid Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ghazālī أبو حامد محمد بن محمد الغزالي; latinized Algazelus or Algazel, – 19 December 1111) was one of the most prominent and influential philosophers, theologians, jurists, and mysticsLudwig W. Adamec (2009), Historical Dictionary of Islam, p.109.
Al-Khair University or AJK was established in 1994.
Al-Maktoum College Of Higher Education is a college located in Dundee, sponsored by Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, deputy ruler of Dubai and minister of finance of the United Arab Emirates.
Alain G. Anderton is an author of business studies and economics textbooks for use in secondary education in the U.K..
Alain Berset (born 9 April 1972) is a Swiss politician of the Social Democratic Party.
Alain Chuard is a Swiss serial entrepreneur and former professional snowboarder living in Palo Alto, California.
Alain Lipietz (born September 19, 1947 as Alain Guy Lipiec) is a French engineer, economist and politician, a former Member of the European Parliament, and a member of the French Green Party.
Alan A. Brown (born Andor Braun, March 20, 1928 – March 22, 2010) was a Hungarian professor of Economics.
Sir Alan Peter Budd (born 16 November 1937) is a prominent British economist, who was a founding member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) in 1997.
Alan Carlin (born 1937), is an American economist specializing in cost-benefit analysis and the economics of global climate change control.
Alan V. Deardorff (born 1944) is the John W. Sweetland Professor of International Economics and a Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Ann Arbor.
Alan J. Auerbach is an American economist.
Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen (popularly called Alan Cash) (born 3 October 1955) is a Ghanaian politician.
Alan Bennett Krueger (born September 17, 1960) is an American economist who is the Bendheim Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University and Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Alan Neville Little, JP (12 July 1934 – 18 October 1986) was a British social scientist.
Alan M. Rugman (1945-2014) was a leading scholar in the field of international business.
Alan M. Taylor (born November 15, 1964) is a professor of economics and finance at the University of California, Davis.
Alan S. Thompson (born 1955) is a Vice Admiral in the United States Navy.
Alan John Scarfe (born 8 June 1946) is a British-Canadian actor, stage director and author.
Alan Schlesinger (born January 4, 1958) is an American attorney, entrepreneur, politician and member of the Republican Party from the State of Florida.
Alan G. Sieroty (born December 13, 1930) is a former California State Senator and California State Assemblyman.
Alan N. Trefler (born March 10, 1956) is an American businessman, philanthropist, and chess master best known as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Pegasystems, a multinational software company he founded in 1983.
Sir Alan Arthur Walters (17 June 1926 – 3 January 2009) was a British economist who was best known as the Chief Economic Adviser to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher from 1981 to 1983 and (after his return from the United States) again for five months in 1989.
Alasdair Smith DL was a professor of economics and Vice-Chancellor at the University of Sussex and is a former Chair of the 1994 Group.
The Alaskeros are Filipino seasonal migrant workers in the United States and their descendants.
Alba Vergés i Bosch (born 3 September 1978) is a Catalan economist, politician and the current Minister of Health of Catalonia.
Albania was an Albanian periodical published by Faik Konitza, one of the most important figures of Albanian culture in the early decades of the twentieth century.
Albena Petrova Denkova (Албена Петрова Денкова, born 3 December 1974) is a Bulgarian ice dancer.
Albert Frederick Mummery (10 September 1855, Dover, Kent, England – 24 August 1895, Nanga Parbat), was an English mountaineer and author.
Albert Ernest Jenks (1869–1953) was an American anthropologist and a professor at the University of Minnesota.
Albert Krebs (3 March 1899 in Amorbach – 26 June 1974 in Hamburg) was the Nazi Gauleiter in Hamburg in the time of the Third Reich.
Albert Marcet Torrens (born 11 April 1960) is a Spanish economist, specialized in Macroeconomics, time series, Financial Economics and Economic Dynamic Theory.
Albert Pintat Santolària (born 23 June 1943) was the head of government of Andorra from 27 May 2005 to 5 June 2009.
Albert S. Rodda, Jr. (July 23, 1912 – April 3, 2010) was a California State Senator.
Albert Turner Bharucha-Reid (November 13, 1927 February 26, 1985) was an American mathematician and theorist who worked extensively on probability theory, Markov chains, and statistics.
Albert Winsemius (1910–1996), a Dutch economist, was Singapore's long-time economic advisor from 1961 to 1984.
Alberto Baltra Cortés (6 January 1912 – 20 September 1981) was a Chilean politician and economist, a member of the Radical Party.
Alberto Emiliano Cinta Martínez (born in Mexico City) is a Mexican economist, entrepreneur and politician who is a founder and became the first General Secretary of the New Alliance Party (PANAL).
Alcuin College is a college of the University of York located on Siward's Howe.
Lieutenant General Aldo C. Schellenberg is a Swiss professional military officer.
The Alecu Russo Balti State University (Romanian: Universitatea de Stat "Alecu Russo" din Bălți) is the second biggest university in Moldova.
Alejandro de la Fuente is Robert Woods Bliss Professor of Latin American History and Economics, Professor of African and African American Studies and of History at Harvard University.
Alejandro Encinas Rodríguez (born May 13, 1954) is a left-wing Mexican politician previously affiliated with the Party of the Democratic Revolution, the Unified Socialist Party of Mexico, the Mexican Socialist Party and the Mexican Communist Party.
Alejandro Javier García Padilla (born August 3, 1971) is an American politician and attorney who served as the 11th Governor of Puerto Rico from 2013 to 2017.
Alejandro Celestino Toledo Manrique (born 28 March 1946) is a Peruvian politician who served as the 63rd President of Peru, from 2001 to 2006.
Alejandro Vanoli (born April 10, 1961) is an Argentine economist and public official, He was the former President of the Central Bank of Argentina.
Aleksandar Trifonov Tomov (Александър Трифонов Томов) (born 27 April 1954) is a Bulgarian politician, economist, and academic.
Aleksandras Stulginskis University is a university in Lithuania, in Akademija, west of Kaunas.
Alex Anthopoulos (born May 25, 1977) is a Canadian professional baseball executive, currently working as the general manager and executive vice president of the Atlanta Braves.
Alex Berenson (born January 6, 1973) is a former reporter for The New York Times and the author of several thriller novels and a book on corporate financial filings.
Alex Jenekai Tyler (born 15 December 1963) is a Liberian politician who became Speaker of the House of Representatives of Liberia in 2007.
Alex Jacob (born October 27, 1984) is a former professional poker player and game show contestant.
Alexander Kronemer (born 19 June 1960, Pennsylvania, United States) is the co-founder and executive producer of.
Alexander "Alex" Neil (born 22 August 1951) is a Scottish politician serving as Member of the Scottish Parliament for Airdrie and Shotts.
Alex P. Keaton is a fictional character on the United States television sitcom Family Ties, which aired on NBC for seven seasons, from 1982 to 1989.
Alexander Taghi Tabarrok (born November 11, 1966) is a Canadian-American economist and co-author, with Tyler Cowen, of the economics blog Marginal Revolution.
Alex Tal (Hebrew: אלכס טל; born 1946 USSR) was the Commander of the Israeli Navy.
Alexander Gerschenkron (Александр Гершенкрон; 1 October 1904 – 26 October 1978) was a Ukrainian-born American economic historian and professor at Harvard University, trained in the Austrian School of economics.
The Alexander Hamilton Institute is a former institute for business education in New York City founded in 1909, and dissolved in the 1980s.
Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy (abbreviated as AHPA) is a four-year comprehensive public high school located in Elizabeth, in Union County, New Jersey, operating as part of Elizabeth Public Schools.
Aleksandr (Alexander) Semenovich Kronrod (Алекса́ндр Семёнович Кронро́д) (October 22, 1921 – October 6, 1986) was a Soviet mathematician and computer scientist, best known for the Gauss-Kronrod quadrature formula which he published in 1964.
Alexander Vassilev Mirtchev (Bulgarian: Александър Василев Мирчев) (April 28, 1957) is an economist, academic, macroeconomic advisor and author.
Alexander "Sandy" Stoddart (born 1959) is a Scottish sculptor, who, since 2008, has been the Queen's Sculptor in Ordinary in Scotland.
Alexander Van der Bellen (born 18 January 1944) is an Austrian politician and economist who serves as the 12th and current President of Austria since 26 January 2017.
José Alexandre da Silva Baptista (born 17 February 1941) is a retired Portuguese footballer who played as a defender.
Alexandre Léontieff (October 20, 1948 – March 2, 2009) was the President of French Polynesia from 1987 to 1991.
Alexandre Schwartsman is a Brazilian economist, former Director of International Affairs of the Central Bank of Brazil.
Alexandre Antônio Tombini (born December 9, 1963) is a Brazilian economist.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (born October 13, 1989) is an American political activist, educator, community organizer and politician.
Alexandru Sorin Segal (October 4, 1947 in Bucharest – 6 January 2015) was an economist and chess player Jewish and Romanian naturalized Brazilian.
Alexey Ivakhnenko (Олексíй Григо́рович Іва́хненко, Алексей Григо́рьевич Іва́хненко); (30 March 1913 – 16 October 2007) was a Soviet and Ukrainian mathematician most famous for developing the Group Method of Data Handling (GMDH), a method of inductive statistical learning, for which he is sometimes referred to as the "Father of Deep Learning".
Alexis Carrel (28 June 1873 – 5 November 1944) was a French surgeon and biologist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1912 for pioneering vascular suturing techniques.
Alexis James Oliver FitzGerald (4 September 1916 – 16 June 1985) was an Irish solicitor and Fine Gael politician.
Alexis Galanos (Greeκ: Αλέξης Γαλανός, 30 August 1940) is a Greek Cypriot politician.
Alexis Papahelas or Papachelas (Αλέξης Παπαχελάς; born 1961), is a Greek investigative journalist and the current Executive Editor of Kathimerini newspaper.
Alfonso Cortina de Alcocer (born March 13, 1944 in Madrid, Spain).
Alfonso López Caballero (born 17 August 1944) is a Colombian economist and diplomat, the son and grandson of former Presidents of Colombia, Alfonso López Michelsen and Alfonso López Pumarejo respectively, and former congressman, government minister, ambassador to France, Canada, the United Kingdom, and presidential candidate.
Alfred Fabian "Al" Young (1925–2012) was an American historian.
Alfred Haskell Conrad (2 January 1924 – 18 October 1970) was a distinguished and popular professor of economics at Harvard University and City College of New York.
Alfred Hayes, Jr. (July 4, 1910 – October 21, 1989) was an American banker and an expert in international finance.
Alfred Lemmnitz (27 June 1905 – 23 September 1994) was an East German politician.
Alfred Marshall, FBA (26 July 1842 – 13 July 1924) was one of the most influential economists of his time.
Alfred North Whitehead (15 February 1861 – 30 December 1947) was an English mathematician and philosopher.
Alfred Pritchard Sloan Jr. (May 23, 1875–February 17, 1966) was an American business executive in the automotive industry.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation is an American philanthropic nonprofit organization.
Alfred Weber (30 July 1868 – 2 May 1958) was a German economist, geographer, sociologist and theoretician of culture whose work was influential in the development of modern economic geography.
Sir Alfred William Flux CB (8 April 1867 – 16 July 1942) was a British economist and statistician.
Alfredo Vicente Chiaradía (born February 15, 1945) is an Argentine academic and policy maker.
Alfredo Mantica (born July 17, 1943 in Rimini) is an Italian politician.
The Algarve (from الغرب "the west") is the southernmost region of continental Portugal.
Algie Martin Simons (1870–1950) was an American socialist journalist, newspaper editor, and political activist, best remembered as the editor of The International Socialist Review for nearly a decade.
Algorithmic mechanism design (AMD) lies at the intersection of economic game theory and computer science.
Algorithmic trading is a method of executing a large order (too large to fill all at once) using automated pre-programmed trading instructions accounting for variables such as time, price, and volume to send small slices of the order (child orders) out to the market over time.
Ali Akbar Rashad (born 1955) is an Iranian philosopher and Islamic scholar who pioneered the Ibtina Theory, a theory for explaining the process and mechanism of "religious knowledge" formation.
Ali Rahnema (علی رهنما.) is an Iranian economist and historian.
Aliah University is a state government controlled minority autonomous university in New Town, West Bengal, India.
Alice Mitchell Rivlin (born March 4, 1931) is an economist and former U.S. Federal Reserve and budget official.
Alice Schroeder (born December 14, 1956) is an American author and former insurance analyst.
Alicia Haydock Munnell (born December 6, 1942) is an American economist who is the Peter F. Drucker Professor of Management Sciences at Boston College's Carroll School of Management.
Alicios Theluji (last name pronounced Ze-loo-gee), (born in 1987), is a DR Congolese recording artist, based in Nairobi, Kenya.
Established in 1957 with financial assistance from the Central Government of India, Alipurduar College got the initial recognition as a Government Sponsored College affiliated to the University of North Bengal under the Refugee Rehabilitation and Development Programme of the Union Government; and in due course of time, came under the 2F and 12B category of the University Grants Commission.
Alix Strachey (4 June 1892 – 28 April 1973), née Sargant-Florence, was an American-born British psychoanalyst and, with her husband, the translator into English of The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud.
All in the Mind is a half-hour magazine radio programme about psychology and psychiatry, broadcast in weekly episodes on Radio 4 and produced by the BBC's Science Unit.
All Souls College (official name: College of the souls of all the faithful departed) is a constituent college of the University of Oxford in England.
In economics and game theory, an all-pay auction is an auction in which every bidder must pay regardless of whether they win the prize, which is awarded to the highest bidder as in a conventional auction.
Allama Iqbal Open University (جامعہ علامہ اقبال) or AIOU is a public research university in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Dr William John Allan Macartney (17 February 1941 – 25 August 1998) was a Scottish politician who served as a Scottish National Party MEP for the North East Scotland constituency between the 1994 European Parliament election and his sudden death from a heart attack in 1998.
Allan Joseph MacEachen, (July 6, 1921 – September 12, 2017) was a Canadian politician, a many-time Cabinet minister, a Senator, and one of Canada's elder statesmen.
Allan Steven Detsky is a Canadian physician and health policy expert.
Allan Segal (16 April 1941 – 8 February 2012) was a BAFTA-winning documentary film maker.
Allen Dale June (November 28, 1921 – September 8, 2010) was an American veteran of World War II.
Allen J. Frances (born 1942 in New York City, New York) is an American psychiatrist.
Allison "Allie" Gimbel Lewis Clapp is food editor for Bon Appétit magazine.
The Allied leaders of World War II listed below comprise the important political and military figures who fought for or supported the Allies during World War II.
Allison Sharlene Feaster-Strong (born February 11, 1976) is a retired American professional basketball player.
Allister Heath (born 1978) is a British business journalist and commentator.
An almanac (also spelled almanack and almanach) is an annual publication listing a set of events forthcoming in the next year.
Almaty Management University (ALMA, Халықаралық бизнес академиясы, ХБА, Международная академия бизнеса, МАБ) is a higher educational institution in Almaty, Kazakhstan, providing preparation of specialists of economic fields under bachelor's degree programs, MBA (Master of Business Administration) and DBA (Doctor of Business Administration).
Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications (AIPET)(kaz.Алматы Энергетика және байланыс университеті) is a technical engineering university in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Alok Bhargava (born 13 July 1954) is an Indian econometrician.
Alok Ulfat for over 20 years has been training actors, writers, directors, musicians and many aspiring artists to make it into the cinema and TV in Mumbai and other parts of India.
The Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt (AAU), or University of Klagenfurt, is a federal Austrian university and the largest research and higher education institution in the Austrian province Carinthia.
Alphons Joseph Kannanthanam (born 8 August 1953) is an Indian civil servant, advocate, and politician.
Alpine plants are plants that grow in an alpine climate, which occurs at high elevation and above the tree line.
In economics, alternative employment arrangements are categorized in four types of alternative employment arrangements: independent contractors, on-call workers, temporary help agency workers, and workers provided by contract firms.
Alternatives économiques is a French magazine specializing in economic issues.
Alvin C. Weingand (born 1904, North Platte, Nebraska) moved to California in 1920.
Amaechi Monago (born Idemili, Anambra State) is a Nigerian actor and producer.
Amalie Constance Øvergaard, née Angell (3 March 1874 – 19 November 1960) was a Norwegian women's leader.
Amando Maglalang Tetangco Jr. (born November 14, 1952) was the third Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).
In decision theory and economics, ambiguity aversion (also known as uncertainty aversion) is a preference for known risks over unknown risks.
Monsignor Ambrose Madtha (2 November 1955 – 8 December 2012) was the Roman Catholic archbishop of Naissus and the Nuncio to Ivory Coast.
Ameer Ali is the former President of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, an umbrella group for various Islamic groups or councils in Australia.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences is one of the oldest learned societies in the United States of America.
The American Bar Foundation (ABF) is an independent, nonprofit national research institute established in 1952 and located in Chicago.
Hanoi’s USIS Library was established in 1997.
The American Economic Association (AEA) is a learned society in the field of economics, headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee.
The American Economic Journal is a group of four peer-reviewed academic journals published by the American Economic Association.
The American Journal of Applied Sciences is a monthly peer-reviewed open access academic journal publishing original research articles in the fields of chemistry, business and economics, physics, geology, engineering, mathematics, statistics, and computer science.
The American Journal of Chinese Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the American Association for Chinese Studies.
Established in 1895 as the first US scholarly journal in its field, American Journal of Sociology (AJS) presents pathbreaking work from all areas of sociology, with an emphasis on theory building and innovative methods.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a nonprofit organization of conservative state legislators and private sector representatives who draft and share model state-level legislation for distribution among state governments in the United States.
American philosophy is the activity, corpus, and tradition of philosophers affiliated with the United States.
American studies as an academic discipline is taught at some British universities and incorporated in several school subjects, such as history, politics and literature.
American University in Bulgaria (or AUBG) is a private university located in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria.
The American University of Central Asia (AUCA), formerly the Kyrgyz-American University and the American University in Kyrgyzstan, is a liberal arts university located in Bishkek, the capital of the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan.
The American University of Kuwait is a private liberal arts institution based on the American model of higher education in Kuwait City, Kuwait.
The American University of Science and Technology (AUST), (Université américaine de sciences et technologie or الجامعة الأميركية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا), is a private, non-sectarian and co-educational American university in Lebanon.
Americans for Prosperity (AFP), founded in 2004, is a libertarian/conservative political advocacy group in the United States funded by David H. Koch and Charles Koch.
Amherst College is a private liberal arts college located in Amherst, Massachusetts, United States.
Amir Gal-Or (Hebrew: אמיר גלאור) (born 1962) is an Israeli businessman.
Amir Rapaport (עמיר רפפורט; born 11 March 1970) is an analyst, broadcaster and journalist.
Amitava Bose was a Professor of Economics at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.
Amity University, Kolkata is a private university in Kolkata in the state of West Bengal, India.
Ammar Siamwalla (อัมมาร สยามวาลา) is one of Thailand's most prominent economists.
Amnon Dick (Hebrew: אמנון דיק; born November 20, 1952) is an Israeli businessman, manager and director.
Amnon Rubinstein (אמנון רובינשטיין, born 5 September 1931) is an Israeli law scholar, politician, and columnist.
Amon Nikoi (19 January 1930 – 5 September 2002) was a Ghanaian economist and diplomat.
Amos H. Funk (October 18, 1911 – February 14, 2010) was an American farmer and farm preservationist.
Amos Griswold Warner (1861–1900), was an American social worker.
Amos Barr Hostetter Jr. (born January 12, 1937) is an American businessman, who was the founder, chairman, and CEO of Continental Cablevision.
Amos Nathan Tversky (עמוס טברסקי; March 16, 1937 – June 2, 1996) was a cognitive and mathematical psychologist, a student of cognitive science, a collaborator of Daniel Kahneman, and a figure in the discovery of systematic human cognitive bias and handling of risk.
Amos Wako (born 31 July 1945) is a former Attorney General of Kenya and the first senator for Busia county in Western province of Kenya from 2013 to 2017.
Amos Yudan (born November 5, 1936) is an Israeli businessman, Chairman of the Israel-China and Hong Kong chamber of commerce and CEO of Comodan, a company that promotes Sino-Israeli business.
Amoud University (Jaamacada Camuud.), abbreviated to AU, is a comprehensive public university, located in the city of, Borama in the northern of Somaliland.
Amy Elizabeth Fearn (née Rayner; born 20 November 1977) is an English football referee from Loughborough, Leicestershire, who in 2010 became the first woman to referee in The Football League.
Amy Nadya Finkelstein (born November 2, 1973) is a Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the co-Director and research associate of the Public Economics Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the co-Scientific Director of J-PAL North America.
Amy M. Holmes (born July 25, 1973) is a political commentator.
Lionel Robbins' Essay (1932, 1935, 2nd ed., 158 pp.) sought to define more precisely economics as a science and to derive substantive implications.
The book An Essay on the Principle of Population was first published anonymously in 1798, but the author was soon identified as Thomas Robert Malthus.
An Outline of Modern Knowledge, published by Victor Gollancz in 1931, was an “omnibus” volume intended to survey the full range of human knowledge.
Ana Amélia Lemos (Lagoa Vermelha, March 23, 1945) is a Brazilian journalist and politician.
Ana Lucía Armijos Hidalgo (born 13 October 1949) is an Ecuadorian politician and economist.
Ana Milena Muñoz Gómez (born 29 January 1956) is the wife of the 28th President of Colombia, César Gaviria Trujillo, and served as First Lady of Colombia from 1990 to 1994.
Anania Shirakatsi (Anania Širakac'i, Անանիա Շիրակացի; 610–685 AD), also known as Ananias of Shirak or Širak) was an Armenian philosopher, mathematician, astronomer, geographer and alchemist. His most famous works are Ashkharatsuyts (Geography) and Cosmography and the Calendar. Robert H. Hewsen describes him as "Armenia's First Scientist".
Anannya Top Ten Awards (অনন্যা শীর্ষ দশ পুরস্কার) is the prize for women in Bangladesh recognition of contribution to the fields of agriculture, industrial, trade, economics, acting, music, sports, education, liberation war, social welfare and development-work-law, human rights, entrepreneur, politics and journalism.
Anarchist economics is the set of theories and practices of economic activity within the political philosophy of anarchism.
Anatole Romaniuk (Romaniuc, Анатолій Романюк) is a Ukrainian Canadian demographer who made contributions to the subject areas of fertility and sterility, African demography, Aboriginal studies, the understanding of demographic processes and population forecasting.
Aníbal António Cavaco Silva, GCC, GColL (born 15 July 1939), is an economist who was the 19th President of Portugal, in office from 9 March 2006 to 9 March 2016.
Ancel Benjamin Keys (January 26, 1904 – November 20, 2004) was an American physiologist who studied the influence of diet on health.
In the history of economic thought, ancient economic thought refers to the ideas from people before the Middle Ages.
A variety of ancient higher-learning institutions were developed in many cultures to provide institutional frameworks for scholarly activities.
Anders Chydenius (26 February 1729 – 1 February 1803) was a Finnish priest and a member of the Swedish Riksdag, and is known as the leading classical liberal of Nordic history.
Anders Dahlvig, born 1957 in Sweden, is the former president of the Swedish furniture store chain, IKEA.
Anders Nordberg (born 17 February 1978) is a Norwegian orienteering competitor.
The Andhra Christian College or A.C. College is one of the oldest colleges India: It started in 1885.
André Raynauld (October 20, 1927 – April 11, 2011) was a Canadian politician, who represented the electoral district of Outremont in the National Assembly of Quebec from 1976 to 1980.
Andre Gunder Frank (February 24, 1929 – April 23, 2005) was a German-American economic historian and sociologist who promoted dependency theory after 1970 and world-systems theory after 1984.
Andrea Beltratti (born February 9, 1959, Turin, Italy) is professor at Bocconi University, director of the Executive Master in Finance - EMF at SDA Bocconi School of Management and Chairman of Eurizon Capital.
Andrea Fischer (born January 14, 1960 in Arnsberg/Westfalen) was a member of the German Bundestag for the German Green Party and from 1998 until 2001 Federal Minister for Health.
Andrea Robinson (or Andrea Immer-Robinson) is an American sommelier, chef, television personality, and author.
Dr Andreas Moleskis was born in the now occupied village of Lyssi, in the Famagusta district of Cyprus, in 1948.
Andreas Georgios Papandreou (Ανδρέας Γεώργιος Παπανδρέου,; 5 February 1919 – 23 June 1996) was a Greek economist, a socialist politician and a dominant figure in Greek politics.
Andrei Shleifer (born February 20, 1961) is a Russian American economist and Professor of Economics at Harvard University, where he has taught since 1991.
Andrei Yefimovich Zarin (Андрей Ефимович Зарин; 28 May 1862 – 1929) was a Russian writer of novels, essays and short stories in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Andrew Alper was the President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC).
Andrew Clausen is an Australian free software developer and economist.
Andrew Conru is an early internet entrepreneur who has founded e-commerce, advertising and online dating and personal ad sites including W3, AdKnowledge, WebPersonals, FriendFinder and Adult FriendFinder.
The bibliography of Andrew Dickson White spans his career from 1852, during his junior year at Yale University, through his death in 1918.
Andrew James Dunlop, Baron Dunlop (born 21 June 1959) is a British politician and life peer.
Andrew Stuart Fastow (born December 22, 1961) is a convicted criminal and businessman who was the chief financial officer of Enron Corporation, an energy trading company based in Houston, Texas, until he was fired shortly before the company declared bankruptcy.
Andrew Cardozo Fluegelman (November 27, 1943 – c. July 6, 1985) was a publisher, photographer, programmer and attorney best known as a pioneer of what is now known as the shareware business model for software marketing.
John Andrew Henry Forrest (born 1961), nicknamed Twiggy, is an Australian businessman and philanthropist.
Andrew Graham (born 20 June 1942) is a political economist, a Director of the Scott Trust, which owns The Guardian and The Observer, a Senior Fellow of the Oxford Internet Institute, and Chair of the Academic Council of the Europaeum.
Andrew Fleming Green, Baron Green of Deddington, KCMG (born 6 August 1941) is a former British diplomat.
Andrew Jonathan Hughes Hallett FRSE (born 1 November 1947) is a British economist.
Andrew Martin Kamarck (died 3 March 2010) was an American economist, Director of the Economic Development Institute at the World Bank and Regents Professor at University of California, Los Angeles.
Andrew Kliman is an American economist and professor of Economics.
Andrew Wen-Chuan Lo (born 1960) is the Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Andrew Malekoff (born May 14, 1951) is the Executive Director and CEO, North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center and Editor-in-Chief, Social Work with Groups.
Andrew Oswald (born 27 November 1953, eldest son of the late Professor Ian Oswald) was until recently the acting research director at the IZA Institute in Bonn and is a professor of economics at the University of Warwick, UK.
Andrew Phang Boon Leong JA, SC (born 1957) is a Singaporean judge in the Supreme Court.
Andrew John Strauss (born 2 March 1977) is a former English cricketer who played all formats of the game internationally, captaining England in all three.
Andrew M. Weiss (born January 2, 1947) is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Weiss Asset Management, a Boston-based investment firm, and Professor Emeritus Boston University.
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is located within Georgia State University.
Andrey Nikolayevich Illarionov (Андре́й Никола́евич Илларио́нов, born 16 September 1961) is a Russian economist and former economic policy advisor to the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin.
Andrey Yuryevich Molchanov (Андрей Юрьевич Молчанов), born on September 24, 1971 in Leningrad, is a Russian politician.
Charles Andrew "'Andy" Russell (born October 29, 1941) is a former American football linebacker who played his entire 12-year National Football League (NFL) career for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Aneel Bhusri (born February 14, 1966) is an enterprise software executive and investor.
Anil K. Bera (born 1955) is an econometrician.
Anil Rai Gupta (born 20 April 1969) is an Indian businessman.
An animal nutritionist is a person who specializes in animal nutrition, which is especially concerned with the dietary needs of animals in captivity: livestock, pets, and animals in wildlife rehabilitation facilities.
Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters for Global Capitalism (2009) is a book written to promote the understanding of the role played by emotions in influencing economic decision making.
Anindya Sen is a Professor of Economics at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.
Ankara University (Ankara Üniversitesi) is a public university in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey.
Ann Lynch (born December 27, 1964) is a Minnesota politician and a former member of the Minnesota Senate who represented District 30, which includes portions of Olmsted and Wabasha counties in the southeastern part of the state.
Anna Gabriel Ouroumian is an Armenian-American social entrepreneur who was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon.
Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics is a quarterly academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Centre of Research and Information on the Public, Social and Cooperatuve Economy (CIRIEC).
Anne Eline Riisnæs (born 15 April 1951 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian pianist and piano pedagog, the daughter of pianist Eline Nygaard Riisnæs and sister of the jazz saxophonist Knut Riisnæs (1945–) and Odd Riisnæs (1953–).
Anne Osborn Krueger (born February 12, 1934) is an American economist.
Anne Morrison Piehl (born November 13, 1964) is an American economist and criminologist.
Anne-Marie Pålsson, born 23 April 1951, is a Swedish politician of the Moderate Party and economist.
Dame Annette Lesley Brooke, DBE (née Kelly; born 7 June 1947) is a British Liberal Democrat politician.
Anne Golden "Annie" Bersagel (born March 30, 1983) is an American long-distance runner and lawyer.
Annual Review of Economics is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal published by Annual Reviews.
Annunziata Mary Glanville (née Rees-Mogg; born 25 March 1979) is an English freelance journalist whose focus is finance, economics, and European politics.
Anshu Prakash (IAST) (born 20 September 1960) is a 1986 batch Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer of Arunachal Pradesh-Goa-Mizoram-Union Territories (AGMUT) cadre.
"Ant tribe" is a neologism for a group of low-income university graduates who settle for a poverty-level existence in the cities of China.
In hydrology and sewage collection and disposal, antecedent moisture is the relative wetness or dryness of a watershed or sanitary sewershed.
The Antenor Orrego Private University is a Peruvian private university located in Trujillo city, La Libertad Region.
Anthony Downs (born November 21, 1930) is an American economist specializing in public policy and public administration.
Anthony Giddens, Baron Giddens (born 18 January 1938) is a British sociologist who is known for his theory of structuration and his holistic view of modern societies.
Anthony Mario Ludovici MBE (8 January 1882 – 3 April 1971) was a British philosopher, sociologist, social critic and polyglot.
Anthony Scaramucci (born January 6, 1964) is an American financier, entrepreneur and political consultant who served as the White House Director of Communications in 2017.
Anthony T. Kane is a former Associate Justice of the New York Supreme Court.
Anthony Marvin Yezer is a professor of economics at George Washington University in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
Anthony Charles Zinni (born September 17, 1943) is a former United States Marine Corps general and a former Commander in Chief of the United States Central Command (CENTCOM).
Anthropological theories of value attempt to expand on the traditional theories of value used by economists or ethicists.
The anthropology of institutions is a sub-field in social anthropology dedicated to the study of institutions in different cultural contexts.
The anti-globalization movement, or counter-globalisation movement, is a social movement critical of economic globalization.
Antipsychotic switching refers to the process of switching out one antipsychotic for another antipsychotic.
Antiquarian science books are original historical works (e.g., books or technical papers) concerning science, mathematics and sometimes engineering.
Antireductionism is the position in science and metaphysics that stands in contrast to reductionism (anti-holism) by advocating that not all properties of a system can be explained in terms of its constituent parts and their interactions.
Antoine Augustin Cournot (28 August 180131 March 1877) was a French philosopher and mathematician who also contributed to the development of economics theory.
Anton Martin Schweigaard (11 April 1808 – 1 February 1870) was a Norwegian educator, jurist, economist and member of the Norwegian Parliament.
Sir Vito Antonio Muscatelli (born 1962 in Italy) is the Principal of the University of Glasgow and one of the United Kingdom's top economists.
Anton Rop (born 27 December 1960) is a Slovenian politician.
Anton Wilhelm Amo or Anthony William Amo (c. 1703 – c. 1759) was an African philosopher from what is now Ghana.
Antoni Castells i Oliveres (born September 24, 1950) is a Spanish politician.
Antonio Francisco Cafiero (12 September 1922 – 13 October 2014) was an Argentine Justicialist Party politician.
Antonio Guadagnini (Bassano del Grappa, 25 August 1966) is a Venetian separatist and Venetist politician.
Antonio J. Ledesma (born March 28, 1943) is a Filipino Roman Catholic clergyman who is currently the Archbishop of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro in the Philippines.
Antonio Martino (born December 22, 1942) is an Italian politician, who was the minister of foreign affairs in 1994 and minister of defense from 2001 to 2006.
Antonio Morales de la Peña (born November 1, 1971 in Colima, Mexico).
Antonis Samaras (Αντώνης Σαμαράς,; born 23 May 1951) is a Greek politician who was Prime Minister of Greece from 2012 to 2015 and leader of New Democracy from 2009 to 2015.
Antony Davies (born 4 April 1965) is an American economist, speaker, and author.
Antuan Ilgit (born in 1972, Hersbruck, Germany) is a Turkish-Italian Catholic Jesuit priest, and a convert from Sunni Islam.
Anu Muhammad Anisur Rahman, better known as Anu Muhammad (আনু মুহাম্মদ; born 1956), is a Bangladeshi economist, public intellectual, writer, editor, and political activist.
Anushka Asthana (born 1980) is a British journalist and former newsreader.
Anwar ul-Haq Ahady (August 12, 1951) is a politician in Afghanistan, formerly serving as Afghan Minister of Commerce and Industry.
Anya Schiffrin (born December 6, 1962) is the director of the Technology, Media, and Communications (TMaC) specialization at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), and a lecturer at the School of International and Public Affairs.
The Anzeiger des Westens (literally "Gazette of the West") was the first German-language newspaper in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, and, along with the Westliche Post and the Illinois Staats-Zeitung, one of the three most successful German-language papers in the United States Midwest serving the German-American population with news and culture.
was a diplomat and Foreign Minister in Meiji period Japan.
Advanced Placement Economics (also known as AP Economics) refers to two College Board Advanced Placement Program courses and exams addressing various aspects of the field of economics.
Advanced Placement Macroeconomics (also known as AP Macroeconomics, AP Macro, APMa, or simply Macro) is an Advanced Placement macroeconomics course and exam offered by the College Board.
Advanced Placement Microeconomics (or AP Microeconomics) is a course offered by the College Board as part of the Advanced Placement Program for high school students interested in college-level coursework in microeconomics and/or gaining advanced standing in college.
Appalachian studies is the area studies field concerned with the Appalachian region of the United States.
Applied Econometrics and International Development (AEID) is an international journal of economics published by the Euro-American Association of Economic Development Studies.
Applied economics is the application of economic theory and econometrics in specific settings.
Applied Economics Research Centre (AERC) is a research institute of University of Karachi.
Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond Stage One is a 2003 nonfiction work by economist Thomas Sowell.
Applied mathematics is the application of mathematical methods by different fields such as science, engineering, business, computer science, and industry.
Applied probability is the application of probability theory to statistical problems and other scientific and engineering domains.
Ara is a 2008 Turkish drama film directed by Ümit Ünal, starring Erdem Akakçe, Betül Çobanoğlu, Serhat Tutumluer, and Selen Uçer, all originally stage actors.
Ara Abrahamyan (born 15 April 1957), Malishka, Yeghegnadzor District, Armenia) (Արա Աբրահամյան) is a prominent philanthropist, social activist, and businessmen. He was born in Malishka, a village in Vayots Dzor Region, Armenia, in a family of physicians. He attended Yerevan State Agricultural University and gained a degree in economics.
Ara Baliozian (Արա Պալիոզեան, born December 10, 1936, Athens, Greece) is an Armenian author, translator, and critic.
The Arab International University (AIU) (previously: Arab European University) is a Syrian private university located in Ghabaghib, Daraa Governorate, Syria, founded in 2005.
Arab socialism (Al-Ishtirākīya Al-‘Arabīya) is a political ideology based on an amalgamation of Pan-Arabism and socialism.
Arab studies or Arabic studies is an academic discipline centered on the study of Arabs and Arab World.
Arabic literature (الأدب العربي / ALA-LC: al-Adab al-‘Arabī) is the writing, both prose and poetry, produced by writers in the Arabic language.
In economics and finance, arbitrage is the practice of taking advantage of a price difference between two or more markets: striking a combination of matching deals that capitalize upon the imbalance, the profit being the difference between the market prices.
In mathematics and economics, the arc elasticity is the elasticity of one variable with respect to another between two given points.
Arcadius Kahan (January 16, 1920 – 1982) was a noted 20th-century economic historian and Professor at the University of Chicago.
The archaeology of trade and exchange is a sub-discipline of archaeology that identifies how material goods and ideas moved across human populations.
Architectural Resources Group (or ARG; also known as Architects, Planners & Conservators, Inc.) is a firm that was founded in 1980 by Bruce Judd and Steve Farneth in San Francisco, CA.
Ardian Fullani (born 1955) was the governor of the Bank of Albania from 2004 until 06 September 2014.
The Argentine Association of Political Economy (Castilian: Asociación Argentina de Economía Política - AAEP) is a non-profit scientific society that brings together experts in Economics from the Republic of Argentina and the world, based in Buenos Aires.
Arguing with Idiots is a book written by conservative syndicated radio talk show host Glenn Beck, in collaboration with his company, Mercury Radio Arts.
Arianna Huffington (née Stasinopoúlou; born Αριάδνη-Άννα Στασινοπούλου, July 15, 1950) is a Greek-American author, syndicated columnist, and businesswoman.
Aristos Doxiadis or Doksiadis (Αρίστος Δοξιάδης) (born 1951) is a Greek economist.
Aristotle (Ἀριστοτέλης Aristotélēs,; 384–322 BC) was an ancient Greek philosopher and scientist born in the city of Stagira, Chalkidiki, in the north of Classical Greece.
Arizona State University (commonly referred to as ASU or Arizona State) is a public metropolitan research university on five campuses across the Phoenix metropolitan area, and four regional learning centers throughout Arizona.
Arkadiy Ismailovich Sukhorukov (Ukrainian: Сухоруков Аркадій Ісмаїлович) is an expert on economic security issues, a Doctor of Economics, Professor, Honored Economist of Ukraine, Member of the Academy of Construction of Ukraine, and the Knight of the Order "For Merits" III degree.
The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE), headquartered in Little Rock, is the state education agency of Arkansas for public schools.
Armand Călinescu (4 June 1893 – 21 September 1939) was a Romanian economist and politician, who served as 39th Prime Minister from March 1939 until his assassination six months later.
Armchair theorizing, armchair philosophizing, or armchair scholarship is an approach to providing new developments in a field that does not involve the collection of new information but, rather, a careful analysis or synthesis of existent scholarship.
Armen Albert Alchian (April 12, 1914 – February 19, 2013) was an American economist and professor of economics at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Armin Falk (born 18 January 1968) is a German economist.
Arnaldo Anaya-Lucca (born November 30, 1961 in Ponce, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican fashion photographer.
Arnaud Tsedri (born 11 March 1975), better known by the stage name Arnaud Tsamere, is a French comedian, actor, television presenter and sports journalist.
Arnhim Ulric Eustace (born 5 October 1944) was a Vincentian politician and economist, He served as the third Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and is the former Leader of the Opposition and former president of the New Democratic Party (NDP) after resigning in 2016.
Arno Surminski (born 20 August 1934 in Jäglack, East Prussia) is a German writer, living in Hamburg,a father of three and a grandfather of 8.
Dr Arnold Charles Cook (5 May 1922 – 30 June 1981) was an Australian academic and senior economics lecturer at the University of Western Australia (UWA).
Arnold Gay (born 11 May 1967) is a radio presenter and former television presenter from Singapore.
Arnold Carl Harberger (born July 27, 1924) is an American economist.
Arnold Heertje (born 19 February 1934) is a Dutch economist, Emeritus Professor at the University of Amsterdam, writer and columnist.
Arnold Kling (born 1954) is an American economist, scholar, and blogger known for his writings on EconLog, an economics blog, along with Bryan Caplan and David R. Henderson.
Arnold Tustin, (16 July 1899 – 9 January 1994), was a British engineer, and Professor of Engineering at the University of Birmingham and at Imperial College London, who made important contributions to the development of control engineering and its application to electrical machines.
Arnold Zellner (January 2, 1927 – August 11, 2010) was an American economist and statistician specializing in the fields of Bayesian probability and econometrics.
Arsala Jamal (1966 – October 15, 2013) (also anglicised as Arsallah Jamal) was an Afghan government official, who served as governor of the provinces of Khost and Logar in Afghanistan.
The Arthashastra is an ancient Indian treatise on statecraft, economic policy and military strategy, written in Sanskrit.
Arthur C. Brooks (born May 21, 1964) is an American social scientist, musician, and columnist for The New York Times.
Arthur Joseph Gajarsa (born March 1, 1941) is a former United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Arthur Betz Laffer (born August 14, 1940) is an American economist who first gained prominence during the Reagan administration as a member of Reagan's Economic Policy Advisory Board (1981–89).
Arthur Lewbel (born c. 1959) is the inaugural Patrick Roche Professor of Economics at Boston College, and is known in the fields of applied microeconomics and econometrics.
Arthur Liebehenschel (25 November 1901 – 24 January 1948) was a commandant at the Auschwitz and Majdanek concentration camps during World War II.
Arthur Lieutenant (9 September 1884 – 10 October 1968) was a German Liberal politician.
Arthur Lovekin (12 November 1859 – 10 December 1931) was a West Australian journalist, newspaper editor and owner, and politician.
Arthur O'Sullivan (born 1953) is an American economist, Professor of Economics at Lewis & Clark College, and author of college textbooks on economics.
Arthur Percival Foley Rhys-Davids & Bar (26 September 1897 – 27 October 1917) was a British flying ace during the First World War.
Arthur Young (11 September 1741 – 12 April 1820) was an English writer on agriculture, economics, social statistics, and campaigner for the rights of agricultural workers.
In sociology, articulation labels the process by which particular classes appropriate cultural forms and practices for their own use.
An artificial chemistry W. Banzhaf and L. Yamamoto.
Artificial intelligence (AI, also machine intelligence, MI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence (NI) displayed by humans and other animals.
Arul Anandar College (AAC) is an arts and sciences autonomous college affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University, situated at Karumathur, Madurai, and administered by the Jesuits.
Arun Pandian is an Indian film actor, director, producer and politician.
Arun Raha (born March 31, 1959) was, until January 31, 2012, the Executive Director and Chief Economist for the State of Washington, a position he took on September 2, 2008.
Arun Sundararajan (Tamil: அருண் சுந்தர்ராஜன்) (born in the United Kingdom) is the NEC Faculty Fellow, Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences and a Doctoral Coordinator at the Stern School of Business, New York University.
Arunima Kumar, Sangeet Natak Akademi Yuva Puraskar awardee for the year of 2008 for Kuchipudi As a young girl of 9, Arunima acted in the ballet Amrapali.
Arvid Harnack (24 May 1901 in Darmstadt – 22 December 1942 in Berlin) was a German jurist, economist, and German resistance fighter in Nazi Germany.
Arvind Sharma is the Birks Professor of Comparative Religion at McGill University.
Arvind Virmani is an Indian economist who was appointed India's representative to the International Monetary Fund in 2009.
Arya Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Hindi: आर्य महिला महाविद्यालय) also known as Arya Mahila Degree College and as Arya Mahila PG College is a women's college in Varanasi (India) and is affiliated with Banaras Hindu University.
Aryness Joy Wickens (January 5, 1901 – February 2, 1991) was an American economist and statistician who served as acting commissioner of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and as president of the American Statistical Association, and who helped develop the United States Consumer Price Index.
Le'ul Ras (Prince) Dr Asfa-Wossen Asserate (Amharic: አስፋ ወሰን ዓሥራተ) (born October 31, 1948, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) is an Ethiopian-German political analyst and consultant for African and Middle-Eastern Affairs and best-selling author.
Asher Crispe is an American Orthodox rabbi affiliated with the Chabad movement.
Professor Asher Tishler (born 1947) is an Israeli economist and former president of the College of Management Academic Studies.
Ashoka Mody (born 14 January 1956) is an Indian-born economist.
The Ashram College is a Dutch high school located in Alphen aan den Rijn and Nieuwkoop.
Asia Times is a Hong Kong-based Philippine English-language news website covering politics, economics, business and culture "from an Asian perspective specially Philippine".
The is a private university located in Musashino, Tokyo, Japan that offers courses in Business Administration, Economics, Law, International Relations, and Urban Innovation.
The Asia-Africa Growth Corridor or AAGC is an economic cooperation agreement between the governments of India, Japan and multiple African countries.
Asian Economic Papers is a peer-reviewed academic journal that focuses on the analysis of economic issues in Asia.
Asian Politics & Policy is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Policy Studies Organization and the Center for Asian Politics and Policy.
Asian-German Sports Exchange Program (AGSEP), is a non-governmental organisation operating in the development sector in Sri Lanka with a partner office in Essen, Germany.
Askar Uzakbaiuly Mamin (Асқар Ұзақбайұлы Мамин; born October 23, 1965) is the President of the Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, the national railway company of Kazakhstan.
Aslan Aliyevich Dzharimov (Джарымэ Аслъан Алые ыкъор; Аслан Алиевич Джаримов) is a Russian and Adyghe politician who served as the President of the Adyghe Republic from 1992 to 2002.
Asli Demirgüç-Kunt was born November 24, 1961 in Istanbul, Turkey.
Asmaa bint Saqr Al Qasimi Arabic: سمو الشيخة الشاعرة أسماء بنت صقر القاسمي (born 24 December in Kalba, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates) is a female poet.
Carl Assar Eugén Lindbeck (born 26 January 1930) is a Swedish professor of economics at Stockholm University and at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) Lindbeck is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
In financial accounting, an asset is an economic resource.
An asset in economic theory is an output good which can only be partially consumed (like a portable music player) or input as a factor of production (like a cement mixer) which can only be partially used up in production.
Asset specificity is a term related to the inter-party relationships of a transaction.
Asset-based welfare is an economic theory of poverty eradication based upon the redistribution of productive assets in an economy rather than income.
The Association of Business Historians is a British learned society focused on business history and the history of companies concerned with "The study of all aspects of the historical development of enterprise, businesses and business activity generally and their inter-relationship with the social, cultural, economic and political environment." In 2009 it was one of The National Archives' partners in the production of a National Strategy for Business Archives (England and Wales) (2009).
The Astana Economic Forum (AEF) is an international and regional platform for dialogue and a non-profit organization headquartered in Astana, Kazakhstan.
An asterisk (*); from Late Latin asteriscus, from Ancient Greek ἀστερίσκος, asteriskos, "little star") is a typographical symbol or glyph. It is so called because it resembles a conventional image of a star. Computer scientists and mathematicians often vocalize it as star (as, for example, in the A* search algorithm or C*-algebra). In English, an asterisk is usually five-pointed in sans-serif typefaces, six-pointed in serif typefaces, and six- or eight-pointed when handwritten. It is often used to censor offensive words, and on the Internet, to indicate a correction to a previous message. The asterisk is derived from the need of the printers of family trees in feudal times for a symbol to indicate date of birth. The original shape was seven-armed, each arm like a teardrop shooting from the center. In computer science, the asterisk is commonly used as a wildcard character, or to denote pointers, repetition, or multiplication.
Aston Group is the designation of a group of organizational researchers who pursued their research between 1961 and 1970 under the leadership of Derek S. Pugh.
In economics, testing for an asymmetric cointegration relationship among variables implies distinguishing the positive and the negative effects of the error obtained from the cointegration regression.
At What Cost was a graduate student group formed at Cornell University in August 2002 to oppose a graduate student unionization drive run by an organization called CASE/UAW that was affiliated with the United Auto Workers.
The Ateneo de Manila University (Filipino: Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila; Spanish: Universidad Ateneo de Manila) is a private research university in Quezon City, Philippines.
Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB; Οικονομικό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών, Oikonomiko Panepistimio Athinon, abbrev. ΟΠΑ, OPA) was founded in 1920 in Athens, Greece.
Atilla Yayla (born), is a Turkish political thinker and a proponent of liberal democracy.
Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology (অতীশ দীপঙ্কর বিজ্ঞাণ ও প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় or ADUST) is a private university in Banani, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
ATMOS is the annual techno-management festival of BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, located in Hyderabad, India.
Duncan Bowen Black (born February 18, 1972), better known by his pseudonym Atrios, is an American liberal blogger living in Philadelphia.
Attention economics is an approach to the management of information that treats human attention as a scarce commodity, and applies economic theory to solve various information management problems.
Attilio Celant (Polcenigo, 28 December 1942), 2nd Class / Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, is an Italian economist, geographer and academic.
In the mathematical field of dynamical systems, an attractor is a set of numerical values toward which a system tends to evolve, for a wide variety of starting conditions of the system.
Atul Singh is an Indian-born former lawyer, university lecturer, and the founder, CEO and editor-in-chief of Fair Observer.
An auction is a process of buying and selling goods or services by offering them up for bid, taking bids, and then selling the item to the highest bidder.
Auction theory is an applied branch of economics which deals with how people act in auction markets and researches the properties of auction markets.
Audri Mukhopadhyay (born 1974) is a Canadian diplomat and economist.
Augustan literature (sometimes referred to misleadingly as Georgian literature) is a style of British literature produced during the reigns of Queen Anne, King George I, and George II in the first half of the 18th century and ending in the 1740s, with the deaths of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift, in 1744 and 1745, respectively.
Augusto Aníbal Álvarez Rodrich (born 12 October 1959 in Lima) is a Peruvian economist and journalist in print, radio and television.
Aurelio Peccei (4 July 1908 in Turin, Piedmont – 14 March 1984, was an Italian industrialist and philanthropist, best known as co-founder with Alexander King and first president of the Club of Rome, an organisation which attracted considerable public attention in 1972 with its report, The Limits to Growth.
Austan Dean Goolsbee (born August 18, 1969) is an American economist who is currently the Robert P. Gwinn Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.
Austin Beutner is the superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).
Sir Austin Bradford Hill FRS (8 July 1897 – 18 April 1991), English epidemiologist and statistician, pioneered the randomized clinical trial and, together with Richard Doll, demonstrated the connection between cigarette smoking and lung cancer.
The Australian Economic History Review: An Asia-Pacific Journal of Economic, Business, & Social History is a peer-reviewed academic journal with social-scientific analyses, principally of Pacific-Asian economic history.
The Australian Economics and Business Studies Competition is an annual event aimed to assess students on their knowledge and understanding of economic and business theories.
The Austrian School is a school of economic thought that is based on methodological individualism—the concept that social phenomena result from the motivations and actions of individuals.
An autocatalytic set is a collection of entities, each of which can be created catalytically by other entities within the set, such that as a whole, the set is able to catalyze its own production.
The automotive industry in Germany is one of the largest employers in the world, with a labor force of over 747,000 (2009) working in the industry.
The Autonomous University of Madrid (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; UAM) is a Spanish public university established in 1968.
In development or moral, political, and bioethical philosophy, autonomy is the capacity to make an informed, un-coerced decision.
In statistics and signal processing, an autoregressive (AR) model is a representation of a type of random process; as such, it is used to describe certain time-varying processes in nature, economics, etc.
Auxology, sometimes called auxanology (from Greek αὔξω, auxō, or αὐξάνω, auxanō, "grow"; and -λογία, -logia), is a meta-term covering the study of all aspects of human physical growth.
Avanidhar Subrahmanyam is a professor and named chair at the University of California Los Angeles.
Ave Maria University (AMU) is a private Catholic university in Southwest Florida, United States, founded in 2003.
In economics, average cost and/or unit cost is equal to total cost divided by the number of goods produced (the output quantity, Q).
In economics, average fixed cost (AFC) is the fixed costs of production (FC) divided by the quantity (Q) of output produced.
In economics, the average propensity to consume (APC) is the fraction of income spent.
In economics, the average propensity to save (APS), also known as the savings ratio, is the proportion of income which is saved, usually expressed for household savings as a fraction of total household disposable income.
The average treatment effect (ATE) is a measure used to compare treatments (or interventions) in randomized experiments, evaluation of policy interventions, and medical trials.
In economics, average variable cost (AVC) is a firm's variable costs (labour, electricity, etc.) divided by the quantity of output produced.
Avinash College of Commerce is an educational institute to train students in commerce and professional courses.
Avinash Kamalakar Dixit (born August 6, 1944, in Bombay, India) is an Indian-American economist.
Avner Greif (born 1955) is an economics professor at Stanford University, Stanford, California.
Axel Alfred Weber (born 8 March 1957) is a German economist, professor and banker.
Axel Börsch-Supan (born 28 December 1954 in Darmstadt) is a German researcher, economist and director of the Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA) at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich, Germany.
Axel Kicillof (born 25 September 1971) is an Argentine economist who was appointed Argentina's Minister of Economy on November 18, 2013.
Axel Troost (2014) Axel Troost (born September 1, 1954) is a German economist and politician.
Axis & Allies is a series of World War II strategy board games.
Axis & Allies: Europe is a strategic board wargame produced by Hasbro under the Avalon Hill name brand.
Aynuru Toychiyevna Altybayeva (born 28 February 1958) is a Kyrgyz politician, and current member of the Supreme Council of Kyrgyzstan.
Aysu is a rare feminine Turkish given name.
Az-Zubair Prize for Innovation and Scientific Excellence is an annual Sudanese scientific prize awarded by the President of Sudan for scientific innovation and creativity in applied and technological fields.
Azerbaijan Today is a bi-monthly English-language magazine published in Azerbaijan.
Azran Osman-Rani was the iflix Group COO and CEO of iflix Malaysia.
The University of Azzaytuna (AZU) (Arabic: جامعة الزيتونة) Previously Known as Al-Naser University, is the third largest university in Libya and is located in Bani Walid.
Åge Danielsen (born 22 June 1942) is a Norwegian civil servant.
Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University (informally ÇOMÜ) is a Turkish public research university located in Çanakkale (Dardannelles) province (near Gallipoli) and its surrounding towns.
The École nationale supérieure d'informatique pour l'industrie et l'entreprise (National School of Computer Science for Industry and Business), formerly known as Institut d'informatique d'entreprise, is one of the top French public Grandes écoles in Computer Science.
Édouard Carmignac (born 5 September 1947 in Paris) is a French investment banker and fund manager.
Éric Laporte (born January 24, 1976 in Montreal, Quebec) is a politician from Quebec, Canada.
Ernst Louis Étienne Laspeyres (28 November 1834 – 4 August 1913) was a German economist.
Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson (born 14 May 1943) is an Icelandic politician who was President of Iceland from 1996 to 2016.
Ömer Sabancı (born 1959), a member of the Turkey's second-wealthiest Sabancı family in third generation, is a Turkish businessman.
Údarás na Gaeltachta meaning "Gaeltacht Authority" (abbreviated UnaG) is a regional state agency which is responsible for the economic, social and cultural development of Irish-speaking (Gaeltacht) regions of Ireland.
Üner Kirdar (born 1 January 1933) is a noted author on international development issues, retired Turkish diplomat and senior United Nations official.
Þorsteinn M. Jónsson (born February 18, 1963 in Reykjavík, Iceland) was an affluent businessman active in Iceland but lost most of his assets when the economy collapsed in 2008.
Čakovec (Csáktornya; Aquama; Tschakathurn) is a city in northern Croatia, located around north of Zagreb, the Croatian capital.
Čedomir Đoinčević (born 5 May 1961) is a Serbian retired footballer who played as a central defender, and a coach.
Łukasz Sułkowski (born 18 September 1972) is a Polish professor of economic sciences, specializing in management sciences.
The was a Japanese domain of the Edo period.
was a Japanese domain of the Edo period.
Świat Nieruchomości (English: World of Real Estate Journal) is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal.
Šime Đodan (27 December 1927 – 2 October 2007) was a Croatian politician, a two-term Member of Parliament who also briefly served as the 3rd Minister of Defense of Croatia in 1991.
Željko Kopanja (21 October 1954 – 8 August 2016) was a Bosnian Serb newspaper editor and director of the newspaper Nezavisne Novine.
Željko Rohatinski (born 3 August 1951 in Zagreb) is a Croatian economist who served as a Governor of the Croatian National Bank from 2000 until 2012.
Barid Baran Bhattacharya (Bengali: ব. ব. ভট্টাচার্য) (9 March 1945 – 14 February 2017) was an Indian economist and educationist.
Bernard Roy Frieden (born September 10, 1936) is an American mathematical physicist.
B.V. Raghavulu was the State Secretary of the last unified Andhra Pradesh State Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), till its bifurcation in March 2014 following the bifurcation of the state.
Zaheer-ud-din Babar Awan (ظہيرالدين بابر اعوان; born 27 January 1958; SI), is a Pakistani politician, lawyer, author, analyst, columnist, and leftist writer.
Babson College is a private business school in Wellesley, Massachusetts, established in 1919.
The baccalauréat, often known in France colloquially as bac, is an academic qualification that French students take after high school.
The Bachelor of Accountancy, also known as Bachelor of Accounting, is the principal academic degree in accountancy in several countries, and is often the only (undergraduate) degree recognised for subsequent practice as a professional accountant; see First professional degree.
A Bachelor of Business (BBus, BBus (Major)) is a three-year undergraduate business degree offered by traditional and newer universities from the post-Dawkins era in Australia, New Zealand.
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA or B.B.A.) is a bachelor's degree in commerce, Arts and business administration.
Bachelor of Business Management (BBM), sometimes known as a Bachelor of Management Studies, is an undergraduate program of three years.
The Bachelor of Business Science (BBusSci) is a four-year Honours level degree providing for a scientifically based study of economic and management sciences, "premised on the application of quantitative methods".
A Bachelor of Commerce (baccalaureates commercii, abbreviated B.Com. or B.Comm.) is an undergraduate degree in commerce (or business) and related subjects, usually awarded in Canada, Australia, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa and other Commonwealth countries; however, the degree is no longer offered in the United Kingdom.
Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is an undergraduate program for management studies offered by many universities throughout the world.
The Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA or B.P.A.) degree is one of several Bachelor's level management degrees that provides training in the public policy field as well as public management.
A Bachelor of Science (Latin Baccalaureus Scientiae, B.S., BS, B.Sc., BSc, or B.Sc; or, less commonly, S.B., SB, or Sc.B., from the equivalent Latin Scientiae Baccalaureus) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded for completed courses that generally last three to five years, or a person holding such a degree.
The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, usually abbreviated as either B.Sc.(Agr.) or B.S.A. or B.Sc.(Ag.) or B.Sc.
The academic undergraduate degree of Bachelor of Social Science (B.Soc.Sc. or B.Soc.Sci.) requires three to four years of study at an institution of higher education, primarily found in the Commonwealth of Nations.
A bachelor's degree (from Middle Latin baccalaureus) or baccalaureate (from Modern Latin baccalaureatus) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded by colleges and universities upon completion of a course of study lasting three to seven years (depending on institution and academic discipline).
In economics, a backward-bending supply curve of labour, or backward-bending labour supply curve, is a graphical device showing a situation in which as real, or inflation-corrected, wages increase beyond a certain level, people will substitute leisure (non-paid time) for paid worktime and so higher wages lead to a decrease in the labour supply and so less labour-time being offered for sale.
Bagadhar Brahma Kishan College (B.B. Kishan College) is located at Jalahghat, in the newly formed district of Baksa under BTAD, Assam.
Bahadir Kaleagasi is a Turkish writer and expert in international relations, EU politics, and business strategy.
Bal Vidya Mandir High School, usually abbreviated as BVM, is in Parbhani.
Bal Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary Resi./Day School (बाल विद्या मंदिर, लखनऊ, abbreviated as BVM) is an English medium, co-educational school located in Lucknow, India.
The Balances Mechanics (Saldenmechanik) (from balances of bookkeeping respectively the credit system and mechanics to characterize the strict universal identities) is a work and mean of economics, comparable with Stock-Flow Consistent Modelling.
Baleshare (Baile Sear) is a flat tidal island in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
The Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group (abbreviation: BiEPAG) is a expert group founded in 2013 by European Fund for the Balkans and Centre for Southeast European Studies of the University of Graz.
Balliol College, founded in 1263,: Graduate Studies Prospectus - Last updated 17 Sep 08 is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England.
Balogun Yakub Abiodun (born May 5, 1951) is a Nigerian economist, public administrator, legislator in the House of Representatives of Nigeria, representing Lagos Island Federal Constituency II, Lagos State, South-West Nigeria and former Lagos State Head of Service.
Balthasar Henry Meyer (May 28, 1866 – February 9, 1954) was an American government official and professor of economics and sociology.
Bangabandu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University (BSMRSTU) (বঙ্গবন্ধু শেখ মুজিবুর রহমান বিজ্ঞান ও প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়) is a public university located in Gobra, Gopalganj, Bangladesh.
Bangabasi Morning College is an undergraduate college affiliated with the University of Calcutta.
Bank Mandiri Museum (Indonesian Museum Bank Mandiri) is an economics museum located in the old banking district of Jakarta Old Town in northern Jakarta, Indonesia.
Bank of Korea Museum, is an economics and numismatics museum in Seoul founded by the Bank of Korea in 2001.
Banker to the Poor: Micro-Lending and the Battle Against World Poverty is an autobiography of 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Grameen Bank founder Muhammad Yunus.
Bankole Bernard was born on 16 July in Lagos, Nigeria.
Barack Hussein Obama II (born August 4, 1961) is an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from January 20, 2009, to January 20, 2017.
Barack Hussein Obama Sr. (18 June 1936 – 24 November 1982) was a Kenyan senior governmental economist and the father of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States.
Barama College is a premier and one of the oldest institute for higher education at Barama in Baksa district of Assam.
Barasat Government College (BGC) is a state Government-owned college in Barasat of West Bengal state of India.
The Barbados Stock Exchange or BSE is Barbados' main stock exchange.
Barbara Elisabeth Baarsma (born 19 November 1969) is a Dutch economist, and Professor of Market Forces and Competition Issues at the University of Amsterdam.
Barbara Rose Bergmann (20 July 1927 – 5 April 2015) was an important feminist economist.
Barbara Adamson Calvert, QC (née Parker; 30 April 1926 – 22 July 2015), known as Barbara, Lady Lowry after her second marriage, was a British barrister specialising in family law.
Barbara Chernow is an American educator and since March 2015, Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration at Brown University.
Barbara Fraumeni is a Special-term Professor at the Central University of Finance and Economics and Hunan University in China, Professor Emerita of Public Policy at the Muskie School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine, and Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, USA.
Barbara Herrnstein Smith (born 1932) is an American literary critic and theorist, best known for her work Contingencies of Value: Alternative Perspectives for Critical Theory.
Barbara D. Lampert (born April 25, 1946) is an American perennial candidate from the state of Washington.
Barbara Jean McDougall, (born November 12, 1937) was a Canadian politician.
Barbro Owens-Kirkpatrick (born in Helsinki 1946) is an American diplomat.
The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, commonly referred to as Barcelona GSE, is an independent institution of research and graduate education located in Barcelona, Spain.
Baresan University (BSU) (Arabic: جامعة بريسن, Somali: Jaamacada Bare san) is a private higher education institution which is non-political, non-partisan and non-sectarian.
In theories of competition in economics, a barrier to entry, or an economic barrier to entry, is a cost that must be incurred by a new entrant into a market that incumbents do not have or have not had to incur.
In economics, barriers to exit are obstacles in the path of a firm which wants to leave a given market or industrial sector.
Barry C. Lynn is an American journalist and writer.
Barry Raymond Chiswick (born in 1942 in Brooklyn, NY) is an American economist and currently Professor of Economics at the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, George Washington University.
In trade, barter is a system of exchange where participants in a transaction directly exchange goods or services for other goods or services without using a medium of exchange, such as money.
Bastiaan "Bas" de Gaay Fortman (born 6 November 1937) is a Dutch politician and scholar.
Bas-Lag is the fictional world in which several of English author China Miéville's novels are set.
A base metal is a common and inexpensive metal, as opposed to a precious metal such as gold or silver.
In economics, a base period or reference period is a point in time used as a reference point for comparison with other periods.
Bashir Barghuthi (بشير البرغوثي, 1931–2000) was a Palestinian Communist leader and journalist.
Basic Books is a book publisher founded in 1952 and located in New York, now an imprint of Hachette Books.
The Basic Economics Test or BET is a standardized test of economics nationally norm-referenced in the United States for use in the upper-grade levels of elementary schools.
Basílio Zefanias Muhate (born 28 September 1979 in Chimoio) is a Mozambican economist and politician who served as the Chairman (General Secretary) of the FRELIMO Party's youth organization, the Mozambican Youth Organisation (OJM), and is a member of the Central Committee of FRELIMO since November 2010.
Bass Anglers for Saltwater Conservation, also known as Bass for Salt or BASC, is an advocacy group and internet activism tool that was launched by the Yamaha Motor Company and the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society on June 1, 2015.
Bass River is an unincorporated rural community in western Colchester County, north-central Nova Scotia, in the Maritimes of Canada.
Bates College (Bates; officially the President and Trustees of Bates College) is a private liberal arts college in Lewiston, Maine.
Baxter's law (also known as the Bell doctrine) is a law of economics that describes how a monopoly in a regulated industry can extend into, and dominate, a non-regulated industry.
Bay City Western High School (colloquially referred to as BCW or WHS) is a high school located at 500 Midland Road, Auburn, Michigan.
Bay View High is a highly selective, independent, coeducational school in Karachi, Pakistan.
Bärbel Höhn (born 4 May 1952) is a German politician for Alliance '90/The Greens.
Béla Alexander Balassa (6 April 1928 – 10 May 1991) was a Hungarian economist and professor at Johns Hopkins University and a consultant for the World Bank.
Bénédicte Paviot is an Anglo-French television news reporter, and the UK correspondent of France 24.
The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards, Premios Fundación BBVA Fronteras del Conocimiento, in Spanish, are an international award programme recognizing significant contributions in the areas of scientific research and cultural creation.
Beacon Hill Tunnel is a railway tunnel in Hong Kong on the original Kowloon-Canton Railway, linking Kowloon Tong to its immediate south and Sha Tin to its north.
Beaconsfield is a suburb on the Island of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Beast (Henry Philip "Hank" McCoy) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics and is a founding member of the X-Men.
Beatrice Aitchison (July 18, 1908 – September 22, 1997) was an American mathematician, statistician, and transportation economist who directed the Transport Economics Division of the United States Department of Commerce,.
Beatrice Weder di Mauro (born August 3, 1965) is a Swiss academic and businesswoman who is currently professor of economics at the University of Mainz, Germany and Distinguished Fellow-in-residence at the Emerging Markets Institute of INSEAD Singapore.
Beatrix D'Souza (born May 5, 1935) is an Indian politician and social worker.
Beatrix (Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard,; born 31 January 1938) is a member of the Dutch royal family who reigned as Queen of the Netherlands from 30 April 1980 until her abdication on 30 April 2013.
Beck A. Taylor is the president of Whitworth University, a private, Christian, university in Spokane, WA.
Beck University was a web-based education program launched in July 2010 by American radio and television host Glenn Beck's Mercury Radio Arts.
In economics, Beckstrom's law is a model or theorem formulated by Rod Beckstrom.
Rebecca "Becky" Anderson (born 15 November 1967 in Manchester, England) is a British journalist, and the anchor of CNN International's flagship news and current affairs primetime news program Connect the World.
Beekeeping in Ukraine is a major economic activity.
In economics, a beggar-thy-neighbour policy is an economic policy through which one country attempts to remedy its economic problems by means that tend to worsen the economic problems of other countries.
Behavioral economics studies the effects of psychological, cognitive, emotional, cultural and social factors on the economic decisions of individuals and institutions and how those decisions vary from those implied by classical theory.
Behavioral geography is an approach to human geography that examines human behavior using a disaggregate approach.
Behavioral strategy refers to the study of corporate or business strategies from a micro-foundations perspective.
The term behavioral sciences encompasses the various disciplines that explores the cognitive processes within organisms and the behavioural interactions between organisms in the natural world.
Behnam Malakooti, is Professor of Systems Engineering of Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), OH, USA.
Beijing Business School was founded in 1950, and was one of the primary colleges established by the Chinese government to train students in economics and management.
Beijing Forestry University (BFU, or BJFU) is an environmentally friendly university sharing knowledge of sciences, engineering, laws, arts and languages to the world.
Beijing No. 4 High School, commonly abbreviated as (Beijing) Sizhong, and sometimes referred to as Beijing High School Four (BHSF), is a public beacon high school in Xicheng District, Beijing, China. It is one of the most prestigious high schools in China. It was established in 1907 by the Shuntian Government (Beijing Government) during the Qing dynasty, known as the Shuntian Secondary School. After the Xinhai Revolution, the school was renamed as Capital Public No. 4 Secondary School (京师公立第四中学), which was not changed into the current name until 1949, when the People's Republic of China was proclaimed. The school was among the first to be accredited as a "Municipal Model High School" by the Beijing Municipal Commission of Education. More than 300 students from the school have won medals in municipal, national and international competitions every year. More than 96 percent of its graduates passed the enrolment line of key universities (Tier 1 schools) in National Higher Education Entrance Examination. In a 2016 ranking of Chinese high schools that send students to study in American universities, Beijing No. 4 High School ranked number one in mainland China in terms of the number of students entering top American universities, and number four internationally for high schools outside of the United States. Many Chinese politicians and their children have attended Beijing No. 4.
Beijing University of Technology, also called Beijing Polytechnic University or Bei Gong Da (北工大), is recognized as one of the Project 211 universities.
Bellaire High School is a secondary school of the Houston Independent School District, and its campus is located in Bellaire, Texas (USA) in Greater Houston.
A Bellman equation, named after Richard E. Bellman, is a necessary condition for optimality associated with the mathematical optimization method known as dynamic programming.
Ben Dylan Aaronovitch (born February 1964) is an English author and screenwriter.
Ben Shalom Bernanke (born December 13, 1953) is an American economist at the Brookings Institution who served two terms as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States, from 2006 to 2014.
Benjamin "Ben" Fernandez (February 24, 1925 – April 25, 2000) was an American politician, financial consultant and special ambassador.
Ben Fine (born 1948) is Professor of Economics at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies.
Ben Rudolph Finney (October 1, 1933 – May 23, 2017) was an American anthropologist known for his expertise in the history and the cultural and social anthropology of surfing, Polynesian navigation, and canoe sailing, as well as in the cultural and social anthropology of human space colonization.
Ben Hill Griffin Jr. (October 20, 1910 – March 1, 1990) was a prominent American businessman, citrus producer, politician, and philanthropist who was a native and resident of Florida.
Benjamin McKenzie Schenkkan (born September 12, 1978), known professionally as Ben McKenzie, is an American actor and director.
Benjamin "Ben" Polak (born 22 December 1961) is a British professor of economics and management and Provost at Yale University.
Ben Aavan Stevens Sr. (born March 18, 1959) is an American politician and former President of the Alaska State Senate.
Ben Wikler (born February 3, 1981) is an American political campaigner, Washington Director at MoveOn.org and host of "The Good Fight",http://thegoodfight.fm a podcast and radio program sponsored by MoveOn.org.
Bendheim Center for Finance (BCF) is an interdisciplinary center at Princeton University.
Benedictine Military School (also referred to as Benedictine or BC) is an American Roman Catholic military high school for boys located in Savannah, Georgia, United States.
In economics, benefit incidence refers to the availability of a benefit.
In economics, the benefitive treasury measure (BTM) is an economic indicator that attempts to correlate a relationship between immigration and government tax receipts/government spending; put more simply, it is cost-benefit analysis of immigration on a macroeconomic scale.
Benigno Simeon "Noynoy" Cojuangco Aquino IIIQuezon, Manuel L..
The 2010 presidential campaign of Benigno Aquino III, then Philippine Senator, began when he announced his candidacy for the presidency of the Philippines at the Club Filipino, North Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila, on September 9, 2009, 40 days after the death of his mother, former President Corazon Aquino.
In probability, statistics, economics, and actuarial science, the Benini distribution is a continuous probability distribution that is a statistical size distribution often applied to model incomes, severity of claims or losses in actuarial applications, and other economic data.
Benjamin McAlester Anderson Jr. (May 1, 1886 – January 19, 1949) was an American economist of the Austrian School.
Benjamin Jerry Cohen (born June 5, 1937 in Ossining, New York) is the Louis G. Lancaster Professor of International Political Economy at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Benjamin Joseph Allen (born January 5, 1947) is an American academic who served as president of the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) from 2006 to 2013.
Ben Peterson is a Canadian social entrepreneur and venture capitalist.
The Bennett S. LeBow College of Business, often referred to simply as LeBow, is the business school of Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Bennie Fowler III (born July 10, 1991) is an American football wide receiver for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL).
Bernard Rothman better known as Benny Rothman (1 June 1911 – 23 January 2002) was a UK political activist, most famous for his leading role in the Mass trespass of Kinder Scout in 1932.
Benoît Tremblay (b. 1948) was a Canadian politician and a member of the House of Commons of Canada from 1988 to 1997.
Benoit B.  Mandelbrot  (20 November 1924 – 14 October 2010) was a Polish-born, French and American mathematician and polymath with broad interests in the practical sciences, especially regarding what he labeled as "the art of roughness" of physical phenomena and "the uncontrolled element in life".
Bent Nielsen is a professorial fellow in economics at Nuffield College, University of Oxford.
Bequest value, in economics, is the value of satisfaction from preserving a natural environment or a historic environment, in other words natural heritage or cultural heritage for future generations.
Berat Buzhala (born 1975) is a former Kosovo Member of Parliament for the governing Democratic Party of Kosovo.
The Bergamasque dialect is the western variant of the Eastern Lombard group of the Lombard language.
Berhanu Dinka (June 4, 1935 – July 8, 2013) was an Ethiopian diplomat and economist.
Beriz Belkić (born 8 September 1946) is a former Member and Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Berkeley Mafia was the term given to a group of U.S.-educated Indonesian economists who were given technocratic positions under the new government established by Suharto in Indonesia in the late 1960s.
The Berlin Institute for Population and Development (Berlin-Institut für Bevölkerung und Entwicklung) is an independent scientific research institute that aims to improve the way in which international demographic change is perceived and dealt with in the context of sustainable development.
Bernard Mannes Baruch (August 19, 1870 – June 20, 1965) was an American financier, stock investor, philanthropist, statesman, and political consultant.
Bernard Clerfayt (born 30 December 1961, in Uccle) is a Belgian politician.
Bernard Daniel Rostker (born February 1, 1944) was Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) from 1977 to 1979; Director of the United States Selective Service System from 1979 to 1981; Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) from 1994 to 1998; Under Secretary of the Army from 1998 to 2000; and Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness in 2000-2001.
Bernard Joseph Francis Lonergan (17 December 1904 – 26 November 1984) was a Canadian Jesuit priest, philosopher, and theologian, regarded by many as one of the most important thinkers of the 20th century.
Dom Bernard Orchard OSB MA (3 May 1910 – 28 November 2006) was an English Roman Catholic Benedictine monk, headmaster and biblical scholar.
Bernard Pivot, OC, CQ (born May 5, 1935) is a journalist, interviewer and host of French cultural television programmes.
Bernard Salomé is a Swiss economist.
Bernard Sévigny (born December 18, 1961) is a Canadian politician, who was mayor of Sherbrooke, Quebec from 2009 and 2017.
Bernardo Atxaga (born July 27, 1951) (pseudonym of Joseba Irazu Garmendia) is a Spanish Basque writer and self-translator.
Bernardo Vieira Hees is a Brazilian economist and businessman.
Bernd Marin (AARP/European Centre Conference, Dürnstein 2008) Bernd Marin (born 1948 in Vienna) is an Austrian social scientist.
Bernhard Hoëcker (born 20 March 1970 in Neustadt an der Weinstraße) is a German comedian and actor.
Bernard Joseph Kosar Jr. (born November 25, 1963) is a former American football quarterback who played professionally in the National Football League (NFL).
Berthold Frank Hoselitz (1913–1995) taught Economics and Social Science at the University of Chicago between 1945 and 1978.
Hans-Adalbert Rürup (born November 7, 1943) is a German economist and former chairman of the German Council of Economic Experts.
Bertil Holmlund (born 5 February 1947) is a Swedish economist, currently Professor of Economics at Uppsala University.
Bertil Näslund (4 April 1933 –15 February 2016) was a Swedish economist and emeritus professor at Handelshögskolan i Stockholm (Stockholm School of Economics).
Bertil Gotthard Ohlin (23 April 1899 – 3 August 1979) was a Swedish economist and politician.
Beta Colony is an important planet (although rarely the setting) in Lois McMaster Bujold's science fiction series the Vorkosigan Saga.
Beth Elaine Allen is a professor of Economics at the University of Minnesota and has served as the Curtis L. Carlson Chair in that department.
Beth Hayes (May 27, 1955 – June 3, 1984) was an American economist specializing in theoretical microeconomics.
In real estate, betterment (making better) is the increased value given to real property by causes for which a tenant or the public, but not the owner, is responsible; it is thus of the nature of unearned increment.
Jocelyne Betty Okagua Apiafi (born 19 February 1962) is a Nigerian economist, retired banker, school teacher and politician.
Betty Jane Mitchell Gorin-Smith, known as Betty Jane Gorin-Smith (born 1940), is an independent historian from Campbellsville in Taylor County in central Kentucky, best known for her book Morgan Is Coming!: Confederate Raiders in the Heartland of Kentucky, a study of Confederate General John Hunt Morgan's raids in 1863 during the height of the American Civil War.
Beverly J. Silver (born 1957) is an American scholar of labor and development whose work has been translated into over twelve languages.
Prof Bhabananda Deka (ভৱানন্দ ডেকা) (19 August 1929 – 4 December 2006) has been acknowledged as the pioneer Assam economist and author, who conducted path-breaking research for the very first time on the economy of the far eastern part of India.
Bhadrak College was established on 6 July 1948 in Bhadrak town with the initiative of benevolent personalities.
Bharat Agnihotri (born April 9, 1953, India) is a Canadian politician and a former member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.
Bharat N. Anand is an American economist, the Henry R. Byers Professor of Business Administration in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School, and the faculty chair of the HBX initiative.
Bhavna Kardam Dave (born. 7 July 1952) is a politician and a Member of Parliament elected from the Surendranagar constituency in the Indian state of Gujarat.
Bhawal Badre Alam Government College, popularly known as Bhawal College, is situated beside Dhaka Tangail Highway, near Gazipur Chowrasta.
Bhola Nath Chalise (died 2015) was a Nepalese economist and government official who played a leading role in turning Nepal's largely statist economy into a more free market economy.
The Bhopal School of Social Science (popularly known as BSSS) is located in the city of lakes, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
This is a list of encyclopedias and encyclopedic/biographical dictionaries published on the subject of business, information and information technology, economics and businesspeople in any language.
This bibliography of sociology is a list of works, organized by subdiscipline, on the subject of sociology.
The Central Library Brother José Otão (Biblioteca Central Irmão José Otão) is the main library of Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), located in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Bidar district is the northernmost part of the Karnataka state in India.
Bidhannagar College (Bengali: বিধাননগর মহাবিদ্যালয়) Bidhannagar (Salt Lake), Kolkata, established in 1984, is a West Bengal State University affiliated college run by the Government of West Bengal.
Bielefeld University (Universität Bielefeld) is a university in Bielefeld, Germany.
William Morrissey (born August 16, 1986) is an American professional wrestler, best known for his time in WWE, under the ring name Big Cass.
Big History is an academic discipline which examines history from the Big Bang to the present.
Bikas Kanta Chakrabarti (born in Calcutta on December 14, 1952) is an Indian physicist.
Bikash Bista (Nepali: बिकास बिस्ट; born 3 December 1965) is a Nepalese Economist and Statistician, and the current Director General of Central Bureau of Statistics of Nepal.
Bilevel optimization is a special kind of optimization where one problem is embedded (nested) within another.
William Stephen Belichick (born April 16, 1952) is an American football coach who is the head coach of the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL).
William Felix Browder (born 23 April 1964) is an American-born British financier.
William John "Bill" Kelty, AC (born 5 February 1948) is an Australian trade unionist and a well-known figure in the Australian labour movement, who served as Secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) from 1983 to 2000.
William David McKenzie, Baron McKenzie of Luton (Bill McKenzie) (born 24 July 1946) is an English Labour politician and, up to the General Election of 2010, was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions and the Department for Communities and Local Government.
William H. Miller III is an American investor, fund manager, and philanthropist.
Bill Parkyn was an American scientist who lived in Lomita, California area and worked on nonimaging optics.
William Floyd Weld (born July 31, 1945) is an American attorney, businessman, and politician who was the 68th Governor of Massachusetts from 1991 to 1997.
William Winston "Billy" Kidd (born April 13, 1943) is a former World Cup alpine ski racer, a member of the U.S. Ski Team from 1962 to 1970.
Billy Timmins (born 1 October 1959) is an Irish politician.
Bimetallism is the economic term for a monetary standard in which the value of the monetary unit is defined as equivalent to certain quantities of two metals, typically gold and silver, creating a fixed rate of exchange between them.
Binary economics, also known as Two-factor Economics, is a theory of economics that endorses both private property and a free market but proposes significant reforms to the banking system.
A biofuel is a fuel that is produced through contemporary biological processes, such as agriculture and anaerobic digestion, rather than a fuel produced by geological processes such as those involved in the formation of fossil fuels, such as coal and petroleum, from prehistoric biological matter.
The Biofuels Center of North Carolina is a private, nonprofit corporate facility located on a Biofuels Campus in Oxford, North Carolina.
Bioleaching is the extraction of metals from their ores through the use of living organisms.
Biological economics is an interdisciplinary field in which the interaction of human biology and economics is studied.
Consumer behaviour is the study of the motivations surrounding a purchase of a product or service.
Biostatistics is the application of statistics to a wide range of topics in biology.
Birgit Grodal (24 June 1943 - 4 May 2004), was an economics professor at the University of Copenhagen from 1968 until her death in 2004.
Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani - Hyderabad Campus (shortened to BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus or BPHC) is a technical and science institute for higher education in India, located in Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
Bishop Vesey's Grammar School (BVGS) is a selective state grammar school with academy status in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.
Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala (विश्वेश्वरप्रसाद कोइराला; 8 September 1914 – 21 July 1982), commonly known as B. P. Koirala, was a Nepali politician and a prolific writer.
Bjørn Skogstad Aamo (born 21 January 1946) is a Norwegian economist and politician for the Labour Party.
Czarne oceany (Black Oceans) is a novel written in 2001 by Jacek Dukaj, Polish science fiction writer and published in Poland by Supernowa.
Blake Strode (born July 9, 1987 in St. Louis, Missouri) is an American civil rights lawyer serving as the executive director of ArchCity Defenders (ACD), and is a former professional tennis player.
Blase Joseph Cupich (March 19, 1949) is an American prelate of the Catholic Church, a cardinal who serves as the ninth archbishop of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
In economics, the bliss point is a quantity of consumption where any further increase would make the consumer less satisfied.
A blockchain, originally block chain, is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography.
The Bloomsbury Group—or Bloomsbury Set—was a group of associated English writers, intellectuals, philosophers and artists, the best known members of which included Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes, E. M. Forster and Lytton Strachey.
Bo Gabriel Montgomery also known as Bo-Gabriel de Montgomery (born 21 April 1894 in Stockholm, Sweden - died 16 October 1969 in Nyköping, Södermanland, Sweden) was a political writer, social commentator and genealogist.
In India, board examinations refer to the public examinations that occur at the end of the 9th to 10th grade education (SSC), or at the end of the 11th to 12th grade education (HSC).
Boğaziçi University (also known as Bosphorus University, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, "Boğaziçi" literally meaning Bosphorus in Turkish) is a major research university located on the European side of the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul, Turkey.
Robert William Barker (born December 12, 1923) is an American former television game show host.
Bob Cowley Riley (September 18, 1924 – February 16, 1994) was an American educator and politician who served as Acting Governor of Arkansas for 11 days in 1975.
Robert Edward Diamond, Jr. (born July 27, 1951) is a British-American banker and former group chief executive of Barclays plc.
Robert William "Bob" Jackson (born 21 June 1949, Sheffield, England), is an Anglican priest who has extensively researched, written and consulted on the subject of church growth.
Bob McDermott (born August 5, 1963) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Hawaii House of Representatives since January 16, 2013 representing District 40.
Bob McNamara (born August 6, 1961 in Toronto, Ontario) is a former professional ice hockey player and executive.
Robert Prier is a Canadian ice hockey former player and head coach who is noted for his brief tenure with the men's program at Princeton.
Roberta Louise "Bobbi" Gibb (born November 2, 1942 in Cambridge, Massachusetts) is the first woman to have run the entire Boston Marathon (1966).
Bobby J. Pittman Jr. served as the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs from 2006 to 2009.
Robert Sager is an American philanthropist and photographer, best known for founding the Sager Family Traveling Foundation and Roadshow, a charitable organization.
Bobby William Austin (born December 29, 1944) is an American sociologist, lecturer, and writer.
Bocconi University (Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi) is a private university in Milan, Italy.
Bogoljub Karić (Богољуб Карић, born 17 January 1954)) is a Serbian businessman and politician.
Bogolo Joy Kenewendo (born c. 1987) is an economist and politician, who serves as the Cabinet Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry, in the Cabinet of Botswana, effective 4 April 2018.
Boise High School is a public secondary school in Boise, Idaho, one of five traditional high schools within the city limits, four of which are in the Boise School District.
Bojana Todorović, also known as Bo Todorovic (born 28 October 1991 in Belgrade, Serbia) is a Serbian-American volleyball player.
Bolívar Echeverría (Riobamba, Ecuador, 1941 – Mexico City, Mexico, June 5, 2010) was a philosopher, economist and cultural critic, born in Ecuador and later nationalized Mexican.
Robert Booth Goodwin II (born 1971), known commonly as Booth Goodwin, is an American attorney with Goodwin & Goodwin LLP in Charleston, West Virginia.
In economics and business administration literature, David A. Schon introduced the notion of bootlegging in 1963.
Boots on the Ground: A Month with the 82nd Airborne in the Battle for Iraq is a book written by journalist Karl Zinsmeister, who was embedded with the storied 82nd Airborne Division during the early days of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Borden Grammar School is a selective boys grammar school with academy status situated in the centre of Sittingbourne, Kent, England, which educates students aged 11–18.
Border Reivers is a light warfare/economic development board game designed by Jackson Pope published in 2006 by Reiver Games in English.
Borderless selling is the process of selling services to clients outside the country of origin of services through modern methods which eliminate the actions specifically designed to hinder international trade.
Boris Vujčić (born 2 June 1964 in Zagreb) is the Governor of the Croatian National Bank.
BOSCO-Uganda is a private, non-profit effort to put wireless internet and VoIP telephony into the internally displaced persons camps of northern Uganda, in cooperation with the Archdiocese of Gulu.
Bosmansdam High School was founded in 1971 in Bothasig, a suburb of Cape Town, and is a dual medium Afrikaans and English school.
The Botanic Garden of the Irkutsk State University is a botanic garden in Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia.
Bouchraya Hammoudi Bayoun is the Polisario Front representative to Algeria, with a base in Algiers.
Bounded rationality is the idea that when individuals make decisions, their rationality is limited by the tractability of the decision problem, the cognitive limitations of their minds, and the time available to make the decision.
Bowie Kent Kuhn (October 28, 1926 – March 15, 2007) was an American lawyer and sports administrator who served as the fifth Commissioner of Major League Baseball from February 4, 1969, to September 30, 1984.
Boyan (Боян) is a Slavic male given name.
Boyan Jovanovic is a professor of economics at New York University.