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Economics is a social science that studies human behavior and welfare as a relationship between ends socially required and scarce means which have alternative uses (Lionel Robbins, 1935). (This is not the only definition of economics; instead it is the dominant one.) Many of the arguments and techniques of modern economics involve mathematics, ranging from simple school-level mathematics to highly advanced mathematical techniques.
See the list of economics topics for a far more comprehensive list of economics topics.
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