Principles of Economics

@article{FYPrinciplesOE,
  title={Principles of Economics},
  author={E. F.Y.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={42},
  pages={362-364}
}
ECONOMICS admit of being reduced to principles more than other sciences dealing with human actions, for the reason which Prof. Marshall has thus expressed: “Wide as are the interests of which the economist takes account when applying his doctrines to practice, the centre of his work is a body of systematic reasoning as to the quantities of measurable motives.” These measurable motives are not necessarily self-interested: “The range of economic measurement may gradually extend to much… Expand
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