Here are ship-captains, criminals, poets, men of science, peers, peasants, political economists
, and representatives of dozens of degrees.
To this section belong economists
, philanthropists, humanitarians, improvers of the condition of the working class, organisers of charity, members of societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, temperance fanatics, hole-and-corner reformers of every imaginable kind.
Between the idealists, and the political economists
, Margaret had a bad time.
Those who, like some political economists
, talk in a business-like way about the terrific waste of human life and energy, deliberately overlook the fact that the waste most to be deplored usually occurs among higher individuals.
Yet it was only from that point of view that he considered every laborer, though in many points he differed from the economists
and had his own theory of the wage-fund, which he expounded to Levin.
Chris Brennan, manager in PwC's Advisory Services practice and a resident of New Jersey, beat more than 6,000 other contest entrants around the world by scoring highest on The Economist
GMAT Tutor's GMAT simulation test and penning the most compelling tie-breaker essay.
Chinese was a natural first language for us to choose when launching this new bilingual product, given the increasing global reach of China's companies and its diaspora," said Tom Standage, Deputy Editor of The Economist
Equally the economist
Mancur Olson has argued that economic growth among nations is profoundly influenced by institutions no matter what the rationality of individual decision making.
However, she felt she'd made some "inroads that future economist
commissioners and our own Office of Economic Analysis (OEA) will be in a position to build on.
This is in line with what we had in the mid-1980s and mid-1990s," he said of what economist
term mid-cycle slowdowns.
Prior to joining Terra Holdings in 2003, Heym was vice president and chief economist
at the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY).
This type of experiment gave researchers a "wind tunnel" in which to test different market designs, says John Ledyard, a Cal-tech economist
who chairs the board of Net Exchange.
Robert Solow, the MIT economist
who won a Nobel Prize in 1987 for his work on growth theory, wrote Boldrin and Levine a letter calling the paper "an eye-opener" and making suggestions for further refinements.
A former chairman of Bill Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers and chief economist
of the World Bank, he draws on his experience to attack the IMF for the first contributing to the economic problems of the 1990s and then making them worse.
Warwick Lightfoot, economist
and special adviser to Chancellors of the Exchequer Lawson, Major and Lamont