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" If in the scarcity or excessive plenty which prevails, as the case may be, there are several kinds of the same article, which ordinarily stand in a certain ratio to each other, and can be used interchangeably, the rise of price is greatest, in the event... "
The Relation of Custom to Price - Page 159
by Harry Jerome - 1918
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The Economic Interpretation of History: (lectures Delivered in Worcester ...

James Edwin Thorold Rogers - Economic history - 1888 - 547 pages
...comprehensive. 8. If in the scarcity or excessive plenty which prevails, as the case may be, there are several kinds of the same article, which ordinarily...conversely in a time of oversupply the greatest fall is in what has hitherto been the dearest. This rule will require a little explanation. Eoughly speaking,...
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The Economic Interpretation of History: (lectures Delivered in Worcester ...

James Edwin Thorold Rogers - Economic history - 1888 - 547 pages
...comprehensive. 8. If in the scarcity or excessive plenty which prevails, as the case may be, there are several kinds of the same article, which ordinarily...heretofore the cheapest form, and conversely in a time of overstipply the greatest fall is in what has hitherto been the dearest. This rule will require a little...
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The Economic Interpretation of History: Lectures Delivered at Worchester ...

James Edwin Thorold Rogers - Economics - 1891 - 547 pages
...prevails, as the case may be, there are several kinds of the same article, which ordinarily stand in & certain ratio to each other, and can be used interchangeably,...conversely in a time of oversupply the greatest fall is in what has hitherto been the dearest. This rule will require a little explanation. Eoughly speaking,...
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Biennial Report

Minnesota. Department of Labor and Industry - Employers' liability - 1896
...comprehensive. "3. If in the scarcity or excessive plenty which prevails, as the rase may be, there are several kinds of the same article, which ordinarily...conversely, in a time of oversupply the greatest fall is in what has hitherto been the dearest. This rule will require a little explanation. Roughly speaking,...
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Indian Journal of Economics, Volume 2

Economics - 1919
...follows : — "3. If in the scarcity or excessive plenty, which prevails, as the case may be, there are several kinds of the same article which ordinarily...interchangeably, the rise of price is greatest in what has hitherto been the cheapest form ; and conversely in a time of over-supply the greatest fall...
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