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  • 141 Чикагская школа —         в буржуазной политической экономии, направление, выступающее с позиций либерализма. Идейно теоретические взгляды Ч. ш. стали складываться в 30 е гг. 20 в., своё законченное выражение доктрина Ч. ш. получила в 60 70 е гг. Главные… …

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  • 142 The Firm (1993 film) — This article is about the 1993 film. For the 1988 film of the same name, see The Firm (1988 film) Infobox Film | name = The Firm caption = The Firm promotional movie poster director = Sydney Pollack producer = John Davis Sydney Pollack Scott… …

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  • 143 New Jersey v. T. L. O. — New Jersey v. T. L. O. (underage) Supreme Court of the United States Argued March 28, 1984 Reargued …

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  • 144 John Ruthven, 3rd Earl of Gowrie — Infobox Person subject name=John Ruthven birth date=1577 birth place=Perth, Scotland death date=5 August, 1600 death place=Perth, Scotland education=University of Edinburgh title=Earl of Gowrie spouse= parents=William Ruthven Dorothea Stewart… …

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  • 145 Scott Freeman — Scott John Freeman (June 9, 1954 ndash; July 23, 2004) was an American economist. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1983. Between undergraduate… …

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  • 146 Obadiah Poundage — was the pen name of a London brewer of the 18th century who published a letter in the London Chronicle on November 4, 1760 arguing for a rise in the price of beer. The letter was reprinted in various journals, including the Gentleman s Magazine… …

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  • 147 Milton Friedman — (* 31. Juli 1912 in Brooklyn, New York City; † 16. November 2006 in San Francisco) war ein US amerikanischer Ökonom, der fundamentale Arbeiten auf den Gebieten der Makroökonomie, der …

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  • 148 Malinvestment — is a concept developed by the Austrian School of economic thought, that refers to investments of firms being badly allocated due to what they assert to be an artificially low cost of credit and an unsustainable increase in money supply, often… …

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  • 149 Friedman — Friedman,   1) [ friːdmən], Jerome Isaac, amerikanischer Physiker, * Chicago (Illinois) 28. 3. 1930; arbeitete an der University of Chicago und der Stanford University, ab 1960 am Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge (seit 1967 als… …

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  • 150 megabucks — Noun. A huge quantity of money. The term is used despite the expression bucks (money) remaining firmly an Americanism. U.S …

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  • 151 quantitative easing — /kwɒntəˌteɪtɪv ˈizɪŋ/ (say kwontuh.taytiv eezing) noun Finance 1. the increasing of the supply of money from a central bank in order to stimulate a failing economy. 2. the monetary policy giving rise to this increase. Abbrev.: QE {quantitative… …

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  • 152 sum — I /sʌm/ noun 1. a quantity of money ● A sum of money was stolen from the human resources office. ● He lost large sums on the Stock Exchange. ● She received the sum of £5000 in compensation. ♦ the sum insured the largest amount which an insurer… …

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  • 153 Phil Gramm — This article is about the American politician. For other persons of the same name, see Philip Graham (disambiguation). William Philip Gramm United States Senator from Texas In office January 3, 1985 …

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  • 154 Stake — may refer to: * A stake is a long, pointed object thrust into the ground. Stakes have many applications, such as slaying vampires, demarcating a small plot of land, anchoring guy ropes for a tent or other portable structure, or slowly releasing… …

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  • 155 Leo II, King of Armenia — Infobox Monarch name =Leo IIԼեիոն Բ title =King Toros Roslin, 1250] predecessor =Hetoum I successor =Hetoum II dynasty =House of Lambron|Leo II or Leon II (occasionally numbered Leo III; Lang hy|Լեիոն Բ, Levon II ; c. 1236 ndash; 1289) was king… …

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  • 156 University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus — Infobox University name = University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus native name = Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras image size = 200px caption = Famous clock tower latin name = motto = tagline = established = 12 March 1903… …

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  • 157 1976 in Ireland — Events*January 5 Former Taoiseach, John A. Costello, dies in Dublin aged 84. *March 18 An Taoiseach and Mrs Cosgrave are greeted by President and Mrs Ford at the White House. *March 31 A large quantity of money is stolen from a CIE train at… …

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  • 158 Anarchist (comics) — The Anarchist The Anarchist Mike Allred, artist Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics …

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  • 159 Martha daughter of Boethus — Martha daughter of Boethus, in the Mishnah and Babylonian Talmud, was one of the richest women in Jerusalem in the period prior to the destruction of the Temple in 70 C.E. (Talmud Gittin 56a; see also Talmud Ketubot 104a.) After her first husband …

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  • 160 Luis Enríquez de Guzmán, conde de Alba de Liste — Luis Enríquez de Guzmán, 9th Count of Alba de Liste and Marquis of Villaflor (Spanish: Luis Enríquez de Guzmán, noveno conde de Alba de Liste y marqués de Villaflor ; also sometimes, Luis Henríquez de Guzmán, conde de Alba de Aliste ) (born c.… …

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