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2016-01-05 01:44:15
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What is the study of production, consumption, and transfer of wealth? The answer would be Economics.


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Pure economics addresses this question.

Pure economics speaks to the question of "what is..?"

Economics is a very interesting subject, and a large issue connecting the entire globe. An interesting question for this job relating to economics might be "What types of things would a person learn in a college Economics course?"

answer the question what is the relationship of economics to religion

Economics is academic subject,question you asked is irrelavant or not completly asked.

Without economics we would still be hunter gatherers and farmers bartering with each other for basic tools of survival. Economics has marked the upward surge of humanity. You asked this question on your personal computer over the internet because of economics. You could not barter an internet into existence.

As student in my economics classes would learn, economics statements can be either 𝘱𝘰𝘴𝘪𝘵𝘪𝘷𝘦 𝘦𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘰𝘮𝘪𝘤𝘴 or 𝘯𝘦𝘨𝘢𝘵𝘪𝘷𝘦 𝘦𝘤𝘰𝘰𝘯𝘰𝘮𝘪𝘤𝘴. The difference is that one of these would be statements of fact while the other would be opinion.

Economic ethics addresses the question, What ought to be?

W. McLaine has written: 'What is this Communist Party?' 'The economics of the Irish question' 'An outline of economics'

The Scientific Method is apart of Science, not apart of Economics. Sorry, please answer my question, now: How_much_does_PURE_brass_cost_per_GRAM

A professional student of economics would be called an economist.

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if resources were in abundant there would have been no need to study economics why? what is production

The questions that philosophy tries to answer are more fundamental than the questions in economics or any other social science. (The answer to question A is more fundamental than the answer to question B if and only if the answer to B takes for granted or presupposes the answer to A.) All economic theories are based on theories about human nature-and the nature of being human is a question in philosophy and not one in economics. .

The importance of economics is to keep track of money that comes in, and correspondingly what goes out on living costs. This applies from one individual, to a nation's government. Did this answer your question?Tweet This Question to History, Pol

To answer your question, you have to go into mico & macro economics to understand it. But Mainly the answer would be, many factors, how would you value a house? how would you value a company? how would you value a share in that company? its the same concept

Because he's a hack and Keynesianism is pseudo-economics. Learn real economics and you'll laugh at your question.

This question would be better addressed to your school counselor, as we don't have any idea what school you go to or what their particular rules are.

I would probably argue economics is the King of the social sciences, but it's a debatable question with likely no objective answer.

The middle colonies economics would have products of minerals such as iron and gold.

Scarcity is the fundamental basis of economics. Without scarcity, there would be no economy.

This is a very good question :D im glad you asked. Now i think that they are studied separately because they are different thing in your life. If you were learning maths you would learn maths not economics. They are similar subjects but economics is mainly a part of life and maths is seperated to the jobs you do; using a calculator etc.

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