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Economics, Accounting, Finance
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    Library of Congress Classification

    HB 1-3840       Economic theory. Demography
    71-74                Economics as a science. Relation to other subjects
    75-130              History of economics. History of economic theory
                                        (Including special economic schools)
    131-147            Methodology
    135-147                        Mathematical economics.
                                         Quantitative methods (Including econometrics,
                                                 input-output analysis, game theory)
    201-206            Value. Utility
    221-236            Price
    238-251            Competition. Production. Wealth
    501                   Capital. Capitalism
    522-715            Income. Factor shares
    535-551                        Interest
    601                               Profit
    615-715                        Entrepreneurship. Risk and uncertainty. Property
    801-843            Consumption. Demand
    846-846.8         Welfare theory
    848-3697          Demography. Population. Vital events
    3711-3840        Business cycles. Economic fluctuations

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