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Our Teleological Economic World: Correlative Underpinnings of the Economic and Physical Sciences

Our Teleological Economic World: Correlative Underpinnings of the Economic and Physical Sciences

by M. L. Greenhut, John G. Greenhut


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The question whether God prevails or not is a vital one for many disciplines that are taught in colleges and universities, as well as for each academician personally and intellectually. In addressing this issue, Our Teleological Economic World takes a pathfinding approach by demonstrating at a scholarly level, that economic science joins physical science in affirming an Intelligent Design of the universe. Throughout the manuscript, extending from classical to advanced microeconomic and macroeconomic analyses, the authors establish correlative correspondences with those of physical science.

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ISBN-13: 9780761824411
Publisher: UPA
Publication date: 11/19/2002
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 5.76(w) x 8.70(h) x 1.14(d)

About the Author

M.L. Greenhut is Abell Professor of Liberal Arts Emeritus and Distinguished Professor of Economics Emeritus, Texas A&M University. John G. Greenhut is Associate Professor, Finance & Business Economics, Arizona State University West, Phoenix.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 List of Tables and Figures Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Acknowledgments Chapter 4 Introduction to the Book's Divisions Chapter 5 Economic Interrelationships in the Presence of Teleological Equilibria: Basic Core of Economic Interdependencies; Our Fine-Tuned Universe; An Elementary View of Business Cycle Equilibria; General Equilibrium in Economics; Cosmological Forces and The Chapter 6 Market Areas, Discriminatory Spatial Prices, and Economic Interdependencies- Our Teleological Business World: The Decision Process and Entrepreneurial Returns; Discriminatory and Nondiscriminatory Spatial Prices and Outputs Under Varying Market Cond Chapter 7 Spatial Microeconomics Interrelationships: Impacts of Distance on Microeconomic Theory; Spatial Pricing Patterns in the United States; Observations on the Shape and Relevance of the Spatial Demand Function; A Theory of Oligopolistic Competition; Rel Chapter 8 Appendix to Part III: Needed- A Return to the Classics in Regional Economic Development Chapter 9 Special Postlude One: Correlative Parameters Governing Our Physical and Economic Lives- All of Which Point to Intelligent Design Not Multiple Corresponding Accidents Chapter 10 Special Postlude Two: Is Our World Too Complicated for Equations to Capture? Chapter 11 Index

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