экономика ; народное хозяйство; экономическая наука; политическая экономия
- According to the Board's economics expert, Frank Jenkin, if the nuclear industry operated under the minimum rate of return on capital expected in the private sector (8 per cent), Hinkley C would be "clearly less economic" than coal.
- ECONOMICS is a subject which no two people can agree on, particularly Economists.
- Indeed David Newbery, of the department of applied economics at Cambridge University, argues* that the costs of accidents may be as large as all the other costs that vehicles inflict on society taken together.
- The consensus has it that economics will be the key stick with which the CEGB's opponents, and perhaps even a few of its friends, will beat the board.
- Three subjects were taken at A level and they were usually taken as packages of closely related studies: physics, chemistry, and mathematics; French, German, and English; history, geography, and economics.
- By Larry Elliott Economics Correspondent
- Presentations will concentrate on growing, harvesting, storage and feeding as well as the economics of the crop as a bulk feed, concentrate substitute and profit-improver.
- Before leaving, Mr Yavlinsky contacted Yevgeny Primakov, the member of Mikhail Gorbachev's national security council responsible for economics.
- The development of Docklands is anything but laissez-faire economics.
- "I think it's a moral issue as well as an issue of economics.
- Library licence, and the book trade economics
- Evaluation of the cost effectiveness of drug treatment is in its infancy, and health economics can inform the debate.
- But he does not adopt this alternative, and his criticism of needs is in fact part of a much more fundamental attack on classical economics.
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