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Most contemporary economists feel ill at ease with respect to big topics national economic organisation, interpretation of economic history, relations of economic and political power, origins and functions of economic institutions. The terrain is unsuitable for our tools. We find it hard to...
There are many accepted ways in which the economist may look at the business enterprise, each of which involves a different blend of theory and empirical evidence. Unfortunately, one gets the impression that many microeconomists have had no direct contact with firms their experience of the very...
Economists have, in the last 20 years, made many contributions to the study of the deterrent effect of sanctions on criminals these are surveyed in Brief & Fienberg 1980, Blumstein & Cohen 1978, Tullock 1974, Palmer 1977 and Taylor 1978. A considerable amount of the empirical work has dealt with...
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