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CLASS H SOCIAL SCIENCE

SUBCLASS HB

SUBCLASS HC

HB1-3840  Economic theory. Demography

HC10-108   Economic history and conditions

HB71-74          Economics as a science.
                                Relation to other subjects     

HC79                  Special topics
                             Including air pollution, automation,
                             consumer demand, famines, flow
                             of funds, etc.

HB75-130        History of economics.  History of
                                economic theory.
                                 Including special economic
                                 schools
HC92                   Economic geography of the
                             oceans (General)

HB131-147      Methodology HC94-1085         By region or country                  
HB135-147            Mathematical economics.
                                      Quantitative methods
                                       including econometrics,
                                       input-output analysis, game
                                       theory
 
HB201-206       Value.  Utility  
HB221-236        Price  
HB238-251        Competition. Production. Wealth  
HB501                Capital.  Capitalism  
HB522-715         Income.  Factor shares  
HB535-551                    Interest                              
HB601                            Profit  
HB615-715                    Entrepreneurship.  Risk
                                         and uncertainty.  Property.
 
HB801-843          Consumption.  Demand  
HB846-846.8       Welfare theory  
HB848-3697        Demography.  Population.  Vital
                               events
 
HB3711-3840      Business cycles.  Economic
                               fluctuations
 

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Last Update: July 3, 2006