The Principles of Economics
by Frank A. Fetter
Publisher: The Century Co. 1905
Number of pages: 344
Economics, or political economy, may be defined, briefly, as the study of men earning a living; or, more fully, as the study of the material world and of the activities and mutual relations of men, so far as all these are the objective conditions to gratifying desires.
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