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Economics as a Social Science: An Approach to Nonautistic Theory

Economics as a Social Science: An Approach to Nonautistic Theory

Economics as a Social Science: An Approach to Nonautistic Theory

Economics as a Social Science: An Approach to Nonautistic Theory

by Andrew M. Kamarck

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Hardback. New. Rescues economic theory from mathematics, restoring a realistic approach to human motivations and behavior in the real world economy

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Title
Economics as a Social Science: An Approach to Nonautistic Theory
Author
Andrew M. Kamarck
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Hardback
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Hardcover
ISBN 10
0472112430
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9780472112432
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University of Michigan Press
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February 22, 2002

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