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Rationality and the language of decision making: Bringing language into the foreground in economic theoryMark S. Peacock
The purpose is to show the importance of language in economic activity and encourage economists to pay more attention to language than hitherto.
The paper aims to point out that the seemingly new and novel has ancient historical precedents.
The economic growth performance of Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) over the past few decades has confounded economists. The paper examines the nature and causes of the region's…
This paper tests the hypothesis that more information via higher levels of diffusion of ICT: a non‐income influence, leads to an improvement in societal well being using…
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