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"Economics and ethics are not mutually exclusive." - Lionel Tiger

"Economics is (now) about emotion and psychology." - Robert J Shiller

"Economics and ethics have little in common." - Agnes Repplier

"Economics, politics, and personalities are often inseparable." - Charles Edison

"I do not believe there is a natural resource economics. I believe there is good economics and bad economics." - Milton Friedman

"No less than war or statecraft, the history of Economics has its heroic ages." - Aldous Huxley

"History shows that where ethics and economics come in conflict, victory is always with economics." - B R Ambedkar

"Economics, n.: Economics is the study of the value and meaning of J. K. Galbraith ..." - Mike Harding

"Interestingly, human irrationality is a hot topic in economics at the moment. Behavioural economics it's called, on the cusp of economics and psychology." - Evan Davis

"Economics make homeopath and alternative healers look empirical and scientific." - Nassim Nicholas Taleb

"A loving and fierce defense of economics as a science." - Robert Krulwich

"Investing is the intersection of economics and psychology." - Seth Klarman

"In economics, you always want to ask 'And then what?'" - Warren Buffett

"War used to be something you could stand on the nearby hill and watch. Now we have total war; everybody's in it. We have total economics as well. Everything affects everybody. The Malaysian currency shakes, and people around the world are seriously affected." - Salman Rushdie

"Economics is everywhere, and understanding economics can help you make better decisions and lead a happier life." - Tyler Cowen

"[...] it is generally accepted that the Civil War was fought over the issue of slavery. That, at best, is a half-truth. Slavery was an issue, but the primary force for war was a clash between the economic interests of the North and the South. Even the issue of slavery itself was based on economics." - G. Edward Griffin

"Investing in women is smart economics, and investing in girls, catching them upstream, is even smarter economics." - Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

"And religion causes most of the problems, war, and economics of course, and study your history or you're going to repeat it; and if you're burning a Harry Potter book you need some serious counseling, you don't get it, you're missing the whole point." - Michael Berryman

"I chose to write about food: food is inherently political, but it's also an essential part of people's real lives. It's where the public and private spheres connect. I wanted to show readers that the larger politics of war and economics and U.S. foreign policy are inextricably bound to the supposedly trivial details of our everyday lives." - Annia Ciezadlo

"Republicans drove us into debt with two wars and the Bush tax cuts. Now they want to pay for that debt with cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. This is not only immoral it is bad economics. Why do Republicans always have money for war but not for those in need?" - Bernie Sanders

"Racism is not nearly as important as poverty. That's the same around the world. What look like ethnic problems are really economic issues. If you look closely at all these conflicts around the world, they come down to poverty and economics and resources. The more poverty, the worse the war." - Marjane Satrapi

"Bill Phillips was this nervous, chain-smoking student. He had signed up to be an engineer, he had gone away to fight in the Second World War, he had come back. He had switched to sociology because he wanted to understand how people could do these terrible things to each other. And he did a little bit of economics on the side." - Tim Harford

"External realities - worlds of politics, economics, law, war, interpersonal and social relations - are part of prose fiction. Fiction also includes the realities of a character's interior language. Poetry can encompass the same realities, but in compressed, intensified language, which creates entirely different degrees of emotional force." - Lawrence Joseph

"Economic theory is the most prestigious subject of instruction and study. Agricultural economics, labor economics and marketing are lower caste fields of study." - John Kenneth Galbraith

"I suspected economics was irredeemable as a policy tool for citizens groups. I saw economics lead its practitioners and citizens alike into a form of brain-damaging indoctrination." - Hazel Henderson

"The study of economics has been again and again led astray by the vain idea that economics must proceed according to the pattern of other sciences." - Ludwig Von Mises

"Economics has its own simple built-in psychology, and that provided by the science of psychology ... flatly contradicts the primacy of the motives alleged by economics." - Allan Bloom

"I don't think Obama understands basic economics. Not economics that work. He may understand some theory that someone in Princeton sat and dreamed up, but it's not working." - Rick Perry

"As consumers and as voters we can say 'no' to rogue economics and demand regulation." - Loretta Napoleoni

"I got politics and economics moving and then others took over." - Lech Walesa

"War is cinema, and cinema is war" - Paul Virilio

"economics limps along with one foot in untested hypotheses and the other in untestable slogans." - Joan Robinson

"Understanding economics can help you make better decisions and lead a happier life." - Tyler Cowen

"I think a lot of creative people have no sense of numbers and economics." - Garry Marshall

"Economics dominates politics - and with that domination comes different forms of ruthlessness." - Chris Hedges

"We need an economics fit for purpose in a finite and entropic world." - Herman E. Daly

"I didn't wake up one day and say, you know, 'Supply-side economics doesn't make sense." - David Brock

"Our global economy is out of control and performing contrary to basic principles of market economics." - David Korten

"Climate change is not an environmental issue, but much more to do with security and economics" - Jonathon Porritt

"Mainstream economics scholarship produces theory without facts (pure theory) and facts without theory" - Michel Chossudovsky

"Economics is like gravity: Ignore it and you will be in for some rude surprises." - Charles Wheelan

"Separatism is a very healthy movement within culture. It's a disastrous movement within politics and economics." - Northrop Frye

"David Boaz has been my guide to the history, economics, and politics of freedom for years." - John Stossel

"[A]n important new book. . . . Professor Akerlof and Rachel Kranton have invented Identity Economics." - Daniel Finkelstein

"I would say that reproductive freedom comes first, then violence and economics." - Gloria Steinem

"Economics are the method; the object is to change the heart and soul." - Margaret Thatcher

"Economics is a narrative discipline, and explanations are easy to fit retrospectively." - Nassim Nicholas Taleb

"The shallowest and therefore the most successful representative of the apologists of vulgar economics. Karl Marx" - Frederic Bastiat

"Modern economics and the welfare state borrowed heavily on the future." - Gregory Benford

"From 1931 to 1937, I was a Fellow and Lecturer in Economics at Hertford College, Oxford." - James Meade

"Arbitrage proof has since been widely used throughout finance and economics." - Merton Miller

"Goodwin has done the seemingly impossible-he has made economics comprehensible and funny." - Joel Bakan

"Washington is a place where politics and economics often aren't on speaking terms." - Timothy Noah

"I didn't wake up one day and say, you know, 'Supply-side economics doesn't make sense.'" - David Brock

"My mother is an office manager, my father a professor of economics and financial planner." - Poppy Z Brite

"For in the theoretical field bourgeois economics no longer engages in blithe and joyous fights." - Rudolf Hilferding

"I think we're miserable partly because we have only one god, and that's economics." - James Hillman

"My war - and I have yet to win a decisive battle - is with the modes of thought that and conditioned feelings that prevail in psychology and therefore also in the way we think and feel about our being. Of these conditions none are more tyrannical than the convictions that clamp the mind and heart into positivistic science (geneticism and computerism), economics (bottom-line capitalism), and single-minded faith (fundamentalism)." - James Hillman

"I started in the law; and the study of law, when it precedes the study of economics, gives you a set of foundation principles about how human beings interact. Economics is very useful, and I studied economics in graduate school. But without understanding the social and organizational context of economics, it becomes a theory without any groundwork." - Robert Reich

"Though the poorest Americans voted for Hillary Clinton, many relatively wealthy people voted for Trump and generally it's a mistake to think that economics explains Trump. The US is doing relatively well, the economy has significantly recovered since 2008, unemployment rates are low. I would say rather that his appeal to the working class was cultural: "I'll bring back the kinds of jobs your fathers had," and, by implication, the whiter, simpler post-war world when America had no real economic competition." - Anne Applebaum

"There are millions of white Americans today who still can barely bring themselves to acknowledge that the Civil War, with its twin Americas locked in a death match, was about slavery. They'll argue it was about economics, and they're right only because one of those economies was a slave economy. They'll argue it was about culture, and they're right only because one of those cultures was a slave culture." - Steve Erickson

"Software engineering economics." - Barry Boehm

"Economics spreads happiness." - Tim Harford

"Religion and art spring from the same root and are close kin. Economics and art are strangers." - Willa Cather

"Religion and art spring from the same root and are close kin. Economics and art are strangers." - Nathaniel Hawthorne

"Economics and politics are the governing powers of life today, and that's why everything is so screwy." - Joseph Campbell

"Economics is not about things and tangible material objects; it is about men, their meanings and actions." - Ludwig Von Mises

"Looking back, I should have pursued philosophy and economics and things of that sort in college more, but I didn't." - Dan Quayle

"I started in college as a business major and finally transferred to home economics and studied making clothes." - Phillip Lim

"Economics is half psychology and half Grade Three arithmetic, and the U.S. does not now have either half right." - Conrad Black

"The economics of the security world are all horribly, horribly nasty and are largely based on fear, intimidation and blackmail." - Linus Torvalds

"In economics, hope and faith coexist with great scientific pretension and also a deep desire for respectability." - John Kenneth Galbraith

"My mother was an economics professor. I'm proficient in math, and statistics, game theory, symbolic logic and all of that." - Dave Hickey

"The Tea Party we were told is only about economics; not true. It was always about economics and social issues. They just hid the social issues and now we just see who they really are." - Andrew Sullivan

"The way I think of it, economics and ecology occupy two intellectual silos, isolated from each other. Even when they do take each other into consideration, it's not uncommon for ecologists to spout absolute nonsense about economics, and vice versa." - Charles C Mann

"It [eBook] is like introducing the machine gun to a revolutionary war. It changes everything. If you can reach your fans directly without having to go through a middle man, the entire economics of the publishing business changes." - Tucker Max

"As the science of economics...exploded the fallacies of every brand of utopianism, it was outlawed and stigmatized as unscientific." - Ludwig Von Mises

"America is divided by economics, and we as Americans, we've got to do a better job of supporting poor people." - Charles Barkley

"We can't afford more top-down economics. What we need are policies that will grow and strengthen the middle class." - Barack Obama

"It's the economics, that's why opera is not dying but gets more and more difficult to put on." - Christoph Waltz

"My observation is China is thinking more as a global player than regionally, in both politics and economics." - Ban Ki-moon

"Recommending gastric bypass as a national solution for our diabetes epidemic is bad medicine and bad economics." - Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Politics, as any observer of the modern world knows, is the enemy of economics, everywhere and always." - John Derbyshire

"Economics is the science which studies human behaviour as a relationship between ends and scarce means which have alternative uses." - Bill Vaughan

"We've had trickle down economics in the country for ten years now, and most of us aren't even damp yet." - Molly Ivins

"Justification for infidelity and dishonesty in all their manifestations lies in the marginal cost economics of "just this once." - Clayton Christensen

"How sad to see a father with money and no joy. The man studied economics, but never studied happiness." - Jim Rohn

"Economics is primarily useful, both to the student and to the political leader, as a prophylactic against popular fallacies." - Henry Calvert Simons

"Bitcoin might revolutionise more than money or economics. It could transform the role and nature of government" - Leon Louw

"Companies that start by redesigning the economics of an industry often finish by redesigning the whole industry-and owning it." - Tim Ferriss

"I love him dearly. On issues of economics and... family values, there's nobody that I know that's stronger." - John Mccain

"Economics that hurt the moral well-being of an individual or a nation are immoral and, therefore, sinful." - Mahatma Gandhi

"The difficulties of economics are mainly the difficulties of conceiving clearly and fully the conditions of utility." - William Stanley Jevons

"My first undertaking in the way of scientific experiment was in the field of economics and psychology." - Simon Newcomb

"Romney economics would spell disaster for America's middle class. In this economy there are shipbuilders and ship wreckers." - Martin Omalley

"Economics has never been a science - and it is even less now than a few years ago." - Paul Samuelson

"Years ago, I noticed one thing about economics, and that is that economists didn't get anything right." - Nassim Nicholas Taleb

"You always want to try to make something new, and, of course, America is the world leader in economics today." - Tadao Ando

"I'm a Ph.D. in economics, and so you analyze every situation uniquely because every international situation is unique." - Dave Brat

"Romney economics would spell disaster for America's middle class. In this economy there are shipbuilders and ship wreckers." - Martin O'Malley

"The "human condition" is always to push forward for the better and economics is the study of that process." - Brian Wesbury

"The modern economics of the theater is such that we write plays with fewer and fewer characters." - John Patrick Shanley

"Big-government economics breeds crony capitalism. It's corrupt, anything but neutral, and a barrier to broad participation in prosperity." - Paul Ryan

"Plays are getting smaller and smaller, not because playwrights minds are shrinking but because of the economics." - Lynn Nottage

"I'm the result of upbringing, class, race, gender, social prejudices, and economics. So I'm a victim again. A result." - James Hillman

"Recommending gastric bypass as a national solution for our diabetes epidemic is bad medicine and bad economics." - Mark Hyman

"There is no other proposition in economics that has more solid empirical evidence supporting it than the Efficient Market Hypothesis... In the literature of finance, accounting, and the economics of uncertainty, the EMH is accepted as a fact of life." - Michael Jensen

"In this age of specialization, I sometimes think of myself as the last 'generalist' in economics, with interests that range from mathematical economics down to current financial journalism. My real interests are research and teaching..." - Paul Samuelson

"Economics taught in most of the elite universities are practically useless in my context. My country [Afghanistan] is dominated by drug economy and a mafia; textbook economics does not work in my context." - Ashraf Ghani

"Just as a poetic discussion of the weather is not meteorology, so an issuance of moral pronouncements or political creeds about the economy is not economics. Economics is a study of cause-and-effect relationships in an economy." - Thomas Sowell

"If economics wants to understand the new economy, it not only has to understand increasing returns and the dynamics of instability. It also has to look at cognition itself, something we have never done before in economics." - W. Brian Arthur

"I have tried to suggest that injustice is not necessary economics;that the economics can work, and has often worked, when the constituency for it is animated. The politics of equality - that is a little harder." - Robert Kuttner

"History shows that where ethics and economics come in conflict, victory is always with economics. Vested interests have never been known to have willingly divested themselves unless there was sufficient force to compel them." - B R Ambedkar

"My job was to teach the whole corpus of economic theory, but there were two subjects in which I was especially interested, namely, the economics of mass unemployment and international economics." - James Meade

"The first rule of economics is that there is an infinite number of desires chasing a finite number of goods, services and resources. The first rule of politics is to ignore the first rule of economics." - Thomas Sowell

"When people are running up more and more debt for housing, they call that "real wealth." It exposes what's wrong in the mainstream economics and why most of the economics that justifies austerity programs and economic shrinkage is in the textbooks is not scientific. Junk economics denies the role of debt and denies the fact that the economic system we have now is dysfunctional." - Michael Hudson

"My mother and my father taught me to look at the actual problem, not the face of it, not the veneer of it. So for me, I was never - I was impressed that it - racially, I was impressed, right, but now in America it's about economics, and it's been about economics, and honestly, everything's been about economics since I don't want to say the beginning of time, but it's been about economics for a long while." - Lupe Fiasco

"I think historically modern economics, capitalist economics, tends to erode moral categories... And this is where I think the right gets capitalism wrong. They kind of assume that there is a moral equivalence or moral valence to capitalism, but I tend to think that economics erodes all the kind of cultural taboos and inhibitions and values it comes into contact with." - Michael Pollan

"How should the best parts of psychology and economics interrelate in an enlightened economist's mind?... I think that these behavioral economics...or economists are probably the ones that are bending them in the correct direction. I don't think it's going to be that hard to bend economics a little to accommodate what's right in psychology." - Charlie Munger

"My subject is war, and the pity of war." - Wilfred Owen

"The Cold War was a war, and we won it." - Donald Rumsfeld

"Good economics is good politics." - Paul Keating

"Good environmentalism is good economics" - Barber Conable

"Economics is not brain surgery." - Benjamin Carson

"I can't resist telling you that when the Vienna Economics Institute celebrated its centennial, many years ago, they invited, as their keynote speaker, my father [John Kenneth Galbraith]. The leading economists of the Austrian school- including von Hayek and von Haberler - returned for the occasion. And so my father took a moment to reflect on the economic triumphs of the Austrian Republic since the war, which, he said, "would not have been possible without the contribution of these men." They nodded - briefly - until it dawned on them what he meant. They'd all left the country in the 1930s." - James K. Galbraith

"An idea is only an idea if it causes unease, debate and reflection. By that standard, Thomas Homer-Dixon's concept of an 'ingenuity gap' is truly a new idea. I can think of no other new concept that so fully condenses all of the challenges we face as a human civilization than the 'ingenuity gap'. Homer-Dixon has found a way to unite all of our concerns about economics, war, population growth, complexity, etc. under a single heading. He is one of an elite group of academics who can write for a mass audience." - Robert D Kaplan

"Examine the legacy that we inherited and what we did. We had boom-and-bust economics and a doubled national debt." - Tony Blair

"I'll be a president that will turn our inner cities around and will give strength to people and will give economics to people and will bring jobs back." - Donald Trump

"Economics is sometimes associated with the study and defense of selfishness and material inequality, but it has an egalitarian and civil libertarian core that should be celebrated." - Tyler Cowen

"At the time, my personal research objectives were to provide Keynesian economics with more rigorous foundations and to tighten and elaborate the logic of macroeconomic and monetary theory." - James Tobin

"I am opposed to all forms of control; I am for an absolute laissez faire, free, unregulated economy. I am for the separation of the state and economics, just as we had separation of state and church, which led to peaceful coexistence among different religions...so the same applies to economics. If you separate the government from economics, if you do not regulate production and trade, you will have peaceful cooperation, and harmony and justice among men." - Ayn Rand

"In a world where profit is consistently put before both people and the planet, climate economics has everything to do with ethics and morality." - Naomi Klein

"The Pope appeals for disinterested solidarity and for a return to person-centred ethics in the world of finance and economics." - Pope Francis

"Marshall Jevons is the pioneer for integrating economics and detective fiction, and The Mystery of the Invisible Hand is another fine effort in this genre." - Tyler Cowen

"Economics, as it has emerged, can be made more productive by paying greater and more explicit attention to the ethical considerations that shape human behaviour and judgment." - Amartya Sen

"Economics has been incurably growth-oriented and addicted to everybody growing richer, even at the cost of exhaustion of resources and pollution of the environment." - Kenneth E. Boulding

"The close relationship between politics and economics is neither neutral nor coincidental. Large governments evolve through history in order to protect large accumulations of property and wealth." - Michael Parenti

"In economics, when you put together a highly elastic thing and a highly inelastic thing, you create extraordinary potential for turbulence, volatility, and for unstable prices." - Adair Turner, Baron Turner of Ecchinswell

"The questions of economics, and how they infect, or rather how they affect intimacy. And that's probably the subject of all my films." - Ira Sachs

"Donald Trump tapped into the anger of a declining middle class that is sick and tired of establishment economics, establishment politics and the establishment media." - Bernie Sanders

"I think economics, content, and the ability to interact with content in new and different ways are what will drive the adoption of e-books." - Tom Peters

"Never trust an economist with your job. Learn about economics yourself. And make up your own mind about what might protect your job-and what might destroy it." - Jim Stanford

"The barriers that renewables and efficiency face come less from our living in a capitalist market economy and more from not taking market economics seriously." - Amory Lovins

"I started to read as obsessively about Star Wars as I once did about Kant - and still do about behavioral economics and behavioral psychology." - Cass Sunstein

"The true law of economics is chance, and we learned people arbitrarily seize on a few moments and establish them as laws." - Karl Marx

"Never trust an economist with your job. Learn about economics yourself. And make up your own mind about what might protect your job - and what might destroy it." - Jim Stanford

"Journalism students need to understand it and need a solid background in the liberal arts, in sociology, economics, literature and language, because they won't get it later on." - Harrison Salisbury

"As the Wall Street Journal called our economic plan, supply-side economics for the working man, is resonating in Minnesota and here in Missouri and across this country." - Rick Santorum

"My folks are economists and have taught economics and social science so I grew up with those kind of conversations around the dinner table." - Seth Gordon

"While everyone else is thinking about economics and politics, executive salaries and the future of the euro, do the opposite, even if it's hard. Invest in the spirit." - Jonathan Sacks



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