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Jevons

William Stanley. 1835--82, English economist and logician: introduced the concept of final or marginal utility in The Theory of Political Economy (1871)
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Scholars have devoted much attention in recent years to explaining the differences between the basic analytical frameworks of classical political economy and the marginalist supply and demand theories published by William Stanley Jevons and Leon Walras in the 1860s and 1870s.
Jevons, 60, was arrested in August 1998 and was due to stand trial on theft and fraud charges in 2001 but failed to turn up at court.
The club always does its best to prepare as professionally as possible and that makes these big games even more exciting," said midfielder Jevons.
They had chances of their own to kill the game as Spencer and Jevons again went close at the death.
MORECAMBE: Roche; Moss, Bentley, Haining, Parrish; Stanley, Panther, Hunter (Curtis 67), Duffy; Jevons (Drummond 83), Mullin.
Two minutes later Daniels made a fine, instinctive close range save from Craney's driving 12 yard shot after good work by Jevons.
Jevons squandered a great opening, failing to punish what should have been a costly Kevin Austin error, but League Two's top-scorer poked his shot wide.
But that does not stop McAllister also cursing the very name Jevons.
Goal hero Jevons said: "I'm a Liverpool fan, all my family is, and they've been smothering me in kisses in the players' lounge.
Jevons was scheduled to have his second pro fight the night before but his fight was cancelled.
Substitutes were made and a powerful, shot from super sub Jevons well outside the box landed in the back of the net and Thornaby celebrated a long awaited goal.
But after filing a sevenday approach to Chasetown for the forward, the Pics have now received a similar approach from the Scholars for their own striker Ben Jevons.