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Plus, their theoretical foundation was even more solid: they anticipated the theories of value and price of the "marginalists" of late
As I have been saying for the last month or so, when I saw the details of the tax rebate and I'm sure other marginalists have been saying so too, under the "stimulus" bill that President Obama will sign today,...
That scene moves me every time, the way Danny and that oddball collection of marginalists stick together with their Hungryman dinners.
The marginalists—Jevons, Menger, Walras—answered almost immediately with the easily mathematized concepts of marginal utility and equilibrium analysis, in which all elements are kept in place by mutual counterpoise and interaction, that inform our view of economics down to the present day.