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Economic Pattern

 

a type of social pattern (seeCONFORMITY TO LAWS OF SOCIETY). Economic patterns are usually the aggregate result, or resultant, of several economic laws acting simultaneously. The relations and dependencies reflected in economic patterns are therefore more complex and multivariate than the relations and dependences reflected in economic laws.

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