"The most helpful applications of mathematics to economics are those which are short and simple, which employ few symbols; and which aim at throwing a bright light on some small part of the great economic movement rather than at representing its endless complexities.
"Thus, then, dynamical solutions, in the physical sense, of economic problems are unattainable." -- Alfred Marshall
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Monday, October 24, 2011
Distributon and Exchange
Posted by Sandwichman at 11:21 AM