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a. "General Motors is too large a company, and it would be better for everyone if it were broken up into competing firms." b. " The government needs to do all that it can to provide economic assistance for the weak and the poor." c. "The poor deserve better economic opportunities than they have had thus far." d. "A general 5 percent reduction in the price of automobiles would increase the sale of automobiles by at least 2 percent." e. "What this country needs is a 5 cent beer." 2. When Adam Smith spoke of the principle of the "invisible hand", he meant: a. ...
has for over a century, played a leading role in economics education, research, and public service. Francis Amasa Walker, MIT’s third president, introduced undergraduate studies in economics more than 100 years ago. Walker, who rose to the rank of Brigadier General in the Civil War and directed the 1870 U.S. Census, was a leading economist of his day. He was a founder and president of the American Economic Association. In the early part of the twentieth century, Davis R. Dewey, the editor of the American Economic Review for twenty years and a longtime chairman of the MIT Economics Department, played a major role in preserving ...
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Eastern Washington University and the College of Business & Public Administration invite applications for a Lecturer in Economics to start September 2010 for a one year contract. Review of applications will begin after July 5, 2010, following certification of the applicant pool; position will be open until position is filled, however priority consideration will be given to completed applications received by July 16, 2010. This position will be responsible primarily for teaching introductory and principles of Economics courses. In addition, depending on the experience of the selected candidate in advanced fields in ... market research, surveys and trends
Obituary | The University Record Online
Steiner came to U-M in 1968, with a dual appointment as professor of economics and professor of law. He created the joint J.D. and Ph.D. law and economics program. He served as chair of the Department of Economics from 1971-74 and as dean of LSA from 1981-89. He retired in 1991. He became dean of LSA in the midst of a severe national recession, which hit Michigan especially hard. Despite the tough economy he improved the college by strengthening the faculty, especially in the natural sciences, and supporting excellence in the humanities and social sciences. Among his accomplishments were the expansion of the Department of ... market research, surveys and trends

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Department of Economics and Finance,. Leon Hess School of Business .... Only 8.1 percent (2.2 million) of small business loans were between $100000 and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Business Outlook Index derived from the December survey rose from -5 to 31 between the September 2005 and December 2005 surveys. The most recent survey found that 37 percent of reporting firms felt that future business conditions are likely to improve while 6 percent indicated that conditions are likely to get worse. In comparison, the September 2005 survey found that 20 percent of the reporting firms anticipated improved business conditions while 25 percent expected worsening conditions. A slight change in the proportion of firms indicating that business ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Department of Economics, University of Michigan
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Economics and Statistics Administration - U.S. Department of Commerce
.  The event was held at the Newseum in Washington, DC. In appointing its first set of Fellows in 2000, the Academy sought to recognize and honor individual social scientists for their distinguished scholarship in the social sciences, sustained efforts to communicate that scholarship to audiences beyond their own discipline, and professional activities that promise to continue to promote the progress of the social sciences. Each Fellow is designated to a position named after a distinguished scholar and public servant. The AAPSS was founded in Philadelphia in 1889 to promote the progress of the social sciences. ( technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
University of Chicago: Department of Economics
In the picture from left to right: Hector PEREZ SAIZ, Ph.D.; Professor Hugo Sonnenschein, Director of Graduate Studies; Nicholas TRACHTER, Ph.D. (kneeling); Matias TAPIA GONZALEZ, Ph.D.; Jorge MORENO TREVINO, Ph.D.; Tien Yuek (Priscilla) MAN, Ph.D.; Benjamin MOLL, Ph.D.; Tarun GUPTA, Ph.D.; Lorenzo CALIENDO, Ph.D.; Lee LOCKWOOD, Ph.D.; Professor Harald Uhlig, Chairman, Department of Economics.  Not included in the picture: Rahul BHARGAVA, Ph.D.; Adam Michael CLEMENS, Ph.D.; Tiago DA SILVA PINHEIRO, Ph.D.; Maris GOLDMANIS, Ph.D.; Asier MARISCAL ARLABAN, Ph.D.; Marc TEIGNIER BAQUE, Ph.D. Gary Becker receives the 2010 ...
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Lloyd G. Reynolds, a scholar who shaped the fields of labor and economic development and transformed Yale's Department of Economics, died April 9 at his home in Washington, D.C., after a series of strokes. He was 94 years old. Born and raised on a frontier settlement in the Canadian province of Alberta, Reynolds earned a B.A. at the University of Alberta, an M.A. at McGill University and a Ph.D. at Harvard University. He held an instructorship at the latter institution before becoming a professor at Johns Hopkins University. During World War II, as federal spending increased at a furious pace, Reynolds took leave from ...