Economics is often called the dismal science
, and for the last half-decade it has come by its reputation honestly in the advanced economies.
The axial principle of that world is a dismal science
called economics which requires that yodelling politicians of yesterday provide answers to society's key question of limited means against unlimited needs," Manheru opined.
Part of what makes economics a dismal science
is that lunches are never free.
Nothing in economics is infinite but the closest you will get to that as a concept in the dismal science
Motivated by his own ignorance, Michael Goodwin decided to find out more about "the dismal science
Economics have been described as the dismal science
, and it has reached the stage of being grim because of the plight we are in.
The students of the dismal science
polled by the National Association for Business Economics forecast U.
Over the last couple of decades, a fair number of physicists have attempted to apply their methods to the dismal science
Musgrave takes on Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science
by Charles Wheelan.
Charles Wheelan (2003), author of Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science
, writes, "The sad irony of Econ 101 is that students too often suffer through dull, esoteric lectures while economics is going on all around them.
Most are also surprisingly readable considering that if economics is a dismal science
, 'political economy' has the potential to be even more so.
Encouraged by Ayn Rand pabulum and the nostrums of the dismal science
, the market is now the primary prism through which we understand our world.
It may even have been fine during the Victorian age, when the historian Thomas Carlyle could still refer to economics as "the dismal science
BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS IS THE HOTTEST thing in the dismal science
His steady-state economics is a subdiscipline that adds another "eco," as in ecology, to the issues that should most concern practitioners of the dismal science