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Abstract. It is the purpose of this paper to examine critically the choice of “zero discharge” as me ultimate goal of our federal water pollution policy and to demonstrate that a goal of 90 percent removal of pollutants from effluents of urban areas will be more economically efficient. Our...
Abstract. While there is common agreement that Mexico's Industrialization period was helped by a protective commercial policy, there has been little testing of this hypothesis. This paper investigates the possibility that Mexico may have used her changing tariff postures not to provide aid for...
Abstract. Over the past 15 years, Ireland has experienced a meteoric rise to prominence in mining. A decade ago output of metallic minerals was virtually non‐existent. Today, metal concentrates from Irish mines are valued at $55 million annually, or 4 percent of total national exports. Metals...
Abstract. Keynesian theory in macroeconomics and public finance in the United States was compatible with and supportive of a parallel development in the public administration branch of political science that arose in the Great Depression of the 1930s. This was the theory that the initiative in...
Abstract. Adam Smith considered rent a surplus which arises because some produce sells for a price in excess of the cost of production. Thus rent is price‐determined rather than price determining. Thomas Malthus contributed the beginnings of the differential theory of rent, endeavoring to show...
Abstract. Henry George, an individualistic American reformer and economist, and Henry M. Hyndman, an English democratic Marxist, formed a tenuous alliance in 1882. It was based on their mutual advocacy of land nationalization and Irish land tenure reform. During the next few years, the tensions...
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