Definition of Economics profession
1. Noun. The body of professional economists.
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Literary usage of Economics profession
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1. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1921)
"Nothing has given the women who compose the home economics profession of this country so great satisfaction as the appointment of Dr. Ruth Wheeler to a ..."
2. Risk, Uncertainty and Profit by Frank Hyneman Knight (1921)
"It is no doubt idle to say, now, that there "might have been" an economics profession made up of minds exclusively devoted ..."
3. International Monetary Fund: Few Changes Evident in Design of New Lending by Thomas Melito (2001)
"This is due to two factors: Precise identification of the bounds of the gray area is beyond the current understanding of the economics profession, ..."
4. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: Software Technology and by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"... economics profession, outside the economics profession, in financial markets can predict with confidence what will happen. These kinds of crises almost, ..."
5. Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program by Alexander G. Bearn, American Philosophical Society (1999)
"By the last third of this century, however, the center of intellectual gravity in the economics profession had shifted dramatically. ..."
6. Isolation and Aggregation in Economics by Ekkehart Schlicht (1985)
"The economics profession as a class has preferred the Klein position and seems to have discarded May's ..."