Dilbert Collection 1996 by Scott Adams

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Thorelli (Fn. 59). The Sherman Act was passed on 2 July 1890, 26 Stat. C. 1 – 7. Thorelli (Fn. 59), 317. Thorelli (Fn. 59), 327, 565. ” 63 What during the last decades of the 19th century mainly applied to smokestack industries, railways and oil business, today concerns private and public finance. Heiner Geißler points to the fact that until 1990 business in merchandise and services acted on the forefront of national and international economy, with banks assisting by serving production and trade of these goods by payments and credit.

The exchange value can be ascertained by comparing the offers on the market and calculating the average. , Roman emperor 284 – 306. The maximum price system proved to be ineffectual. The so called pasquinades – graffitti that ridiculed the papal economic administration – contributed to the abandonment of the religiously reasoned fixed-price system. An ancient statue, discovered in Rome in 1501, received in public the nickname Pasquino. Huber, Wirtschaftsverwaltungsrecht, Vol. ; Fikentscher (Fn.

7), 15. Greif, Cultural Beliefs and the Organization of Society: A Historical and Theoretical Reflection on Collectivist and Individualist Societies, 102 Journal of Political Economy 1994, 912 – 950. See the discussion of Lin Yutang’s culture comparison (Yutang, My Country and My People, 1st ed. 11), 339 ff. C. , The Law and Economics of Development, 1997, 101-148. 4 Dogmatic contours 25 As a consequence of the development of scientific theory, a second question would concern the systematic context of this cultural “addition” to economics (North, Kantor, Greif), all still in line with the assumption that culture is an institution with certain impact on economics.

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