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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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His solicitor Richard Thomas told Chester Magistrates court yesterday that Mr Jevons had let the packets build up in a garage on Mainwaring Drive in Saltney because juggling college work with his job with Royal Mail became "too much" for him.
A prolific goalscorer at schoolboy level, Jevons was on Liverpool's books initially, but joined Everton as a teenager, and progressed steadily through the ranks, winning the FA Youth Cup in 1998 alongside the likes of Francis Jeffers, Richard Dunne and current Blues Tony Hibbert and Leon Osman.
phiL yOur BOOTs: Jevons wheels away after firing Morecambe in front
The hosts' search for an equaliser was helped with 15 minutes remaining when goalscorer Jevons was dismissed for pushing Anthony Grant in the face.
On the stroke of half-time Michael Townsend gave away a free-kick just outside the home area and Jevons found a way through the wall.
Jevons recovered to drill the ball home and earn the Shrimps victory.
As there is now some evidence that the attribution to Jevons is inaccurate [White 2006, p.
Jevons said the current conditions will force contractors to focus more on efficient machinery and less on labour.
The Jevons paradox applies to more than coal or food, and those working to stretch resources, including managers, academics and policy makers, may find much to ponder here.
El vinculo que puede existir entre el pensamiento economico de William Stanley Jevons y el pensamiento economico neoconservador (3) se establece en los trabajos de este autor referentes a los precios.
Jevons would certainly point out that there are the three main parts to the ups and downs in the north's economy.
Jevons is a limey with a thick northern British accent and the gift of gab--which is perhaps why some locals call his lace "The Flying Windbag"--making it a must for barhopping gossips.