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THE DELIMITATION OF THE PROBLEM
H SIZING UP THE PROBLEM
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action adjustment advantages aims of economic analysis antinomy assume assumptions basic research beggar-my-neighbour bilateral monopoly business fluctuations central direction changes concept connexion consideration course danger dealing decisive dependent variables disadvantages discussion economic agent economic calculation economic order economic policy economist employment example existing situation exports fact factors factors of production final values freedom further goals GOTTFRIED HABERLER important income increase individual instruments international organisations intervention investigator irrelevant variables J. R. Hicks JAN TINBERGEN Johr judging labour LEON WALRAS market mechanism means ment method model of perfect nationalisation objectives opinion perfect competition point of view political possible practical problems present problems of economic production Professor Johr's pure questions of economic realisation regard relation Ruritania scholar secondary effects social solution solved starting-point Swiss Swiss franc system of equations taken target variables task theoretical theory Tinbergen tion trade under-developed countries value judgments wages welfare