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  1. Author of "History of Astronomy"
    Adam Smith
  2. Author "Essay on Philosophical Subjects"
    Adam Smith
  3. Author of "Wealth of Nations"
    Adam Smith
  4. Author of "Theory of Moral Sentiments"
    Adam Smith
  5. First to measure wealth of a nation by the capital of its citizens, not by the treasury
    Adam Smith/Classical Economists
  6. "On the Origin and Use of Money" is in this work
    Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
  7. "Of systems of Political Economy" is a section of this work
    Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
  8. "Progress of Opulence" is a section of this work
    Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
  9. "Aftermath of the Fall of the Roman Empire" is a section in this work
    Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
  10. "On the Wages of Labour" is a section in this work
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  11. This work argues in favor of Industry over Agriculture
    "Wealth of Nations," by Adam Smith
  12. This work discusses the effects of primogeniture on the process of agricultural development
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  13. This work outlines the four uses of capital
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  14. This work discusses the connection between potato consumption and the beauty of prostitutes
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  15. This work postulated the division of labour
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  16. This work discusses the allegory of the Pin Factory
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  17. This work discusses the economic inefficiencies of the poor and why they must be eradicated
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  18. This work discusses the author's supposed best method of taxation
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  19. This work postulated the Invisible Hand
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  20. This work argues for laissez-faire, because everyone's self interests will balance each other out and create a just society
    "Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
  21. This work postulates the idea that observation of others makes people aware of their own morality
    "Theory of Moral Sentiments" by Adam Smith
  22. This work argues that natural sympathy and conscience are good enough to make a functioning social patern
    "Theory of Moral Sentiments" by Adam Smith
  23. "Sense of Propriety" is a section in this work
    "Theory of Moral Sentiments" by Adam Smith
  24. "Propriety of Action" is a section in this work
    "Theory of Moral Sentiments" by Adam Smith
  25. This man's namesake equivalence says tax spending and debt spending have the same effect on GDP growth
    David Ricardo
  26. This man postulated Comparative Advantage, which argues that countries will benefit from free trade even if their products are inferior, like English Wool and Portuguese Wine
    David Ricardo
  27. He wrote "The Price of Bullion"
    David Ricardo
  28. He wrote "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation"
    David Ricardo
  29. He wrote "The Invariable Standard of Value"
    David Ricardo
  30. He wrote "Observations on Parliamentary Reform"
    David Ricardo
  31. He advocated the repeal of the Corn Laws
    David Ricardo
  32. He argued that consumer spending is independent of the time at which consumers are taxed
    David Ricardo
  33. He postulated the Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns
    David Ricardo
  34. This work postulates the need to find a "standard good" for all economic models
    "The Invariable Standard of Value" by David Ricardo
  35. This man first postulated that the amount of money in circulation affected the price of goods
    David Ricardo
  36. This work postulates the idea of comparative advantage
    "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" by David Ricardo
  37. This concept argues for free trade, regardless of the quality of a nation's goods
    Comparative Advantage
  38. This work divided society into three economic classes
    "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" by David Ricardo
  39. This author postulated the Iron Law of Wages
    David Ricardo
  40. This work postulated the Iron Law of Wages
    "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" by David Ricardo
  41. This law says that wages will always equilibrate at the substinence level
    Iron Law of Wages
  42. This author wrote "Principles of Political Economy"
    Thomas Malthus
  43. This author wrote "The Nature of Rent"
    Thomas Malthus
  44. This man postulated the Law of Rent
    David Ricardo
  45. The Law of Rent was postulated in this work
    "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation"
  46. He wrote "The Crisis"
    Thomas Malthus
  47. He wrote "Grounds of an Opinion"
    Thomas Malthus
  48. He wrote "Observations of the effects of the Corn Laws"
    Thomas Malthus
  49. He wrote "Policy of Restraining the Importation of Grain"
    Thomas Malthus
  50. This man wrote a diary aboard the HMS Beagle
    Thomas Malthus
  51. This man initially opposed the corn laws, but later supported them
    Thomas Malthus
  52. This man initially supported the poor laws, but later opposed them
    Thomas Malthus
  53. His namesake league supported the use of contraception to control the poor population
    Thomas Malthus
  54. He founded the Statistical Society of London
    Thomas Malthus
  55. His basis for opposing the poor laws was that they actually made poor people more destitute
    Thomas Malthus
  56. Work in which Malthus gave his case for the support of the Poor Laws
    "The Crisis"
  57. He was one of the first authors to argue against the idea of thrift
    Thomas Malthus
  58. He came up with the Theory of Rent
    Thomas Malthus
  59. It argued for less government regulation but for central banks to keep interest rates high to prevent inflation
    Austrian School
  60. He wrote "The Fatal Conceit"
    F.A. Hayek
  61. He wrote "The Road to Serfdom"
    F.A. Hayek
  62. He wrote "The Mirage of Social Justice"
    F.A. Hayek
  63. He wrote "The Counter-Revolution of Science"
    F.A. Hayek
  64. He wrote "Law Legislation and Liberty"
    F.A. Hayek
  65. He wrote "Why I'm not a conservative"
    F.A. Hayek
  66. He wrote "On the Use of Knowledge in Society"
    F.A. Hayek
  67. He wrote "The Creative Powers of a Free Society"
    F.A. Hayek
  68. He wrote "The Constitution of Liberty"
    F.A. Hayek
  69. He made the analogies of Taxies and Cosmos to describe the use of "made" and "natural" orders
    F.A. Hayek
  70. He said that subconscious sources are always the best, but they are neither rational nor intuitive
    F.A. Hayek
  71. He argued that people can not make an ideal society in
    F.A. Hayek
  72. Work in which Hayek says people can not make an ideal society
    "Law Legislation and Liberty"
  73. This work has "Constitution of Liberty" Attached to it
    "Why I'm not a Conservative"
  74. This work is made up of the parts: "Value of Freedom", "Freedom and the Law", and "Freedom in the Welfare State"
    Constitution of Liberty
  75. He argued the impossibility of fairly distributing resources in "The Fatal Conceit"
    F.A. Hayek
  76. Work in which Hayek argues for the impossibility of fairly distributing resources
    "The Fatal Conceit"
  77. He defined Freedom as the "Absence of Coercion"
    F.A. Hayek
  78. He argued that government investment of capital will grow the economy
    John Maynard Keynes
  79. He wrote "A Tract on Monetary Reform"
    John Maynard Keynes
  80. He wrote "The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money"
    John Maynard Keynes
  81. He wrote "Indian Currency and Finance"
    John Maynard Keynes
  82. He wrote "Treatise on Money"
    John Maynard Keynes
  83. He wrote "Treatise on Probability"
    John Maynard Keynes
  84. He wrote "Economic Consequences of the Peace"
    John Maynard Keynes
  85. He came up with the line "In the long run we're all dead" in "Tract on Monetary Reform"
    John Maynard Keynes
  86. Work in which Keynes says "In the long run we're all dead"
    Tract on Monetary Reform
  87. He argued to not force war reparations on Germany after World War I
    John Maynard Keynes
  88. He introduced the idea of price stickiness (which says wages and prices don't adjust to one another quickly"
    John Maynard Keynes
  89. He refuted says law (which says supply makes its own demand) and said that demand makes its own supply
    John Maynard Keynes
  90. He had a lot of debates with F.A. Hayek
    John Maynard Keynes
  91. This economist has a namesake cross
    John Maynard Keynes
  92. He came up with the Money Multiplier, which is the basis of his economic model
    John Maynard Keynes
  93. He came up with marginal efficiency of capital
    John Maynard Keynes
  94. He came up with the liquidity trap, which is a situation when due to uncertainty (which he called animal spirits) people do not invest new capital
    John Maynard Keynes
  95. He argued that that countries should avoid deflation at all costs, and instead argued for actual devaluation of goods
    John Maynard Keynes
  96. He developed the theory of normal backwardation in future trading with Hix
    John Maynard Keynes
  97. He led the British delegation to the Breton Woods conference
    John Maynard Keynes
  98. Paul Krugman is a follower of his ideas
    John Maynard Keynes
  99. He wrote "A Theory of the Consumption Function"
    Milton Friedman
  100. He wrote "Free to Choose"
    Milton Friedman
  101. He wrote "Methodology of Positive Economics"
    Milton Friedman
  102. He argued doctors should be less qualified so they can get payed less
    Milton Friedman
  103. He really didn't like Keynesianism
    Milton Friedman
  104. He came up with his namesake K-Percentage rule, which said the money supply should only increase by fixed amounts
    Milton Friedman
  105. He argued that everyone always spend a certain percentage of their income in "The Consumption Function"
    Milton Friedman
  106. Work in which Milton Friedman said people will always spend a certain amount of their money
    "Theory of the Consumption Function"
  107. He wrote books with Leonard Savage and Simon Kuznets
    Milton Friedman
  108. Argued that an individual utility function is dependent on their wealth
    Milton Friedman
  109. He wrote "New Industrial State"
    John Galbraith
  110. He wrote "The Affluent Society"
    John Galbraith
  111. He wrote "Economics, Peace, and Laughter"
    John Galbraith
  112. He wrote "The Age of Uncertainty"
    John Galbraith
  113. He wrote "Imperatives of Technology"
    John Galbraith
  114. He wrote "American Capitalism"
    John Galbraith
  115. He wrote "The Predator State"
    John Galbraith
  116. He argued that governments will, by vertical integration, replace supply and demand in corporations in "The New Industrial State"
    John Galbraith
  117. Work in which Galbraith argues that governments will use vertical integration to replace corporations
    "The New Industrial State"
  118. This economist, in this work, argues that governments will regulate the economy better than market competition
    John Galbraith in "The New Industrial State"
  119. He discussed the power of Countervailing power
    John Galbraith
  120. He argued that corporations are regulated by the technostructure they exist in
    John Galbraith
  121. He coined the term "Conventional Wisdom"
    John Galbraith
  122. He argued that over speculation and unfair distribution of wealth caused the Great Crash
    John Galbraith
  123. He wrote "The Great Crash, 1929"
    John Galbraith

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