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Josef Alois Schumpeter indicated in his monumental work that economic science, if it is to be a science, must be bereft of all shades of value judgements. He defined scientific economics to mean the sum total of the historical, statistical and theoretical techniques, together with the results...
What Is The Talmud The Talmud is a vast body of Jewish religious scholarship spanning almost eight centuries from about 300 BCE to about 500 CE. Composed by scholars living mainly in Palestine and Babylon it is essentially a codification of Jewish religious law, yet its discussions include...
Among developing countries, the Republic of China in Taiwan hereinafter Taiwan has been experiencing economic growth accompanied by improving income distribution. Between 1964 and 1980, the average annual growth rate of the real gross national product was 9.92 per cent Council for Economic...
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