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economist

a specialist in economics
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To this section belong economists, philanthropists, humanitarians, improvers of the condition of the working class, organisers of charity, members of societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, temperance fanatics, hole-and-corner reformers of every imaginable kind.
In economics all roads lead to Socialism, although in nine cases out of ten, so far, the economist doesn't recognize his destination, and incurs the malediction pronounced by Jeremiah on those who justify the wicked for reward.
She could not enter into the wrongs of an economist, but she felt all the injuries of beauty in Mrs.
Indeed every good economist and manager of a household must know how cheap and yet how amiable these professions are, and what a flavour they give to the most homely dish in life.
Having satisfied himself, on his father's death, that his mother had a right of settlement in Coketown, this excellent young economist had asserted that right for her with such a steadfast adherence to the principle of the case, that she had been shut up in the workhouse ever since.
Nearly 80% of economists at financial institutions polled by Kyodo News expect the Bank of Japan (BOJ) to maintain its current monetary stance and say there is little chance the central bank will return to its zero-interest-rate policy within a year.
It is this: Most economists commit what I, in a professionally cautious way, call innocent fraud.
A host of sociologists, political scientists, demographers, and economists took their cue from Malthus either to agree or to disagree with him.
It should be obvious that studies and reports--however objective and empirical--which document the failures of NAFTA are not going to be welcomed by the powerful multinational corporations, conservative politicians, and orthodox economists who were responsible for the agreement in the first place and who are among the few who stand to benefit from it (though at the expense of others).
BUSINESS ECONOMISTS devote most of their careers to forecasting the outlook for others but rarely for themselves.
Economists all over the country now stand ready every business day, at the drop of a "record" button, to interpret for the public any and every economic variable and policy issue.