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Adam Smith problem
Adam Smith’s invisible hand
Aitken’s theorem
Akerlof’s ‘lemons’
Allais paradox
Areeda–Turner predation rule
Arrow’s impossibility theorem
Arrow’s learning by doing
Arrow–Debreu general equilibrium model
Arrow–Pratt’s measure of risk aversion
Atkinson’s index
Averch–Johnson effect
Babbage’s principle
Bagehot’s principle
Balassa–Samuelson effect
Banach’s contractive mapping principle
Baumol’s contestable markets
Baumol’s disease
Baumol–Tobin transactions demand for cash
Bayes’s theorem
Bayesian–Nash equilibrium
Becher’s principle
Becker’s time allocation model
Bellman’s principle of optimality and equations
Bergson’s social indifference curve
Bernoulli’s paradox
Berry–Levinsohn–Pakes algorithm (BLP)
Bertrand competition model
Beveridge–Nelson decomposition
Black–Scholes model
Bonferroni bound
Boolean algebras
Borda’s rule
Bowley’s law
Box–Cox transformation
Box–Jenkins analysis
Brouwer fixed point theorem
Buchanan’s clubs theory
Buridan’s ass
Cagan’s hyperinflation model
Cairnes–Haberler model
Cantillon effect
Cantor’s nested intervals theorem
Cass–Koopmans criterion
Cauchy distribution
Cauchy’s sequence
Cauchy–Schwarz inequality
Coase theorem
Cobb–Douglas function
Cochrane–Orcutt procedure
Condorcet’s criterion
Cournot aggregation condition
Cournot’s oligopoly model
Cowles Commission
Cox’s test
Davenant–King law of demand
Dickey–Fuller test
Director’s law
Divisia index
Dixit–Stiglitz monopolistic competition model
Dorfman–Steiner condition
Duesenberry demonstration effect
Durbin–Watson statistic
Durbin–Wu–Hausman test
Edgeworth box
Edgeworth expansion
Edgeworth oligopoly model
Edgeworth taxation paradox
Ellsberg paradox
Engel aggregation condition
Engel curve
Engel’s law
Engle–Granger method
Euclidean spaces
Euler’s theorem and equations
Farrell’s technical efficiency measurement
Faustmann–Ohlin theorem
Fisher effect
Fisher–Shiller expectations hypothesis
Fourier transform
Friedman’s rule for monetary policy
Gaussian distribution
Gauss–Markov theorem
Genberg–Zecher criterion
Gerschenkron’s growth hypothesis
Gibbard–Satterthwaite theorem
Gibbs sampling
Gibrat’s law
Gibson’s paradox
Giffen goods
Gini’s coefficient
Goodhart’s law
Gorman’s polar form
Gossen’s laws
Graham’s demand
Graham’s paradox
Granger’s causality test
Gresham’s law
Gresham’s law in politics
Haavelmo balanced budget theorem
Hamiltonian function and Hamilton–Jacobi equations
Hansen–Perloff effect
Harberger’s triangle
Harris–Todaro model
Harrod’s technical progress
Harrod–Domar model
Harsanyi’s equiprobability model
Hausman’s test
Hawkins–Simon theorem
Hayekian triangle
Heckman’s two-step method
Heckscher–Ohlin theorem
Herfindahl–Hirschman index
Hermann–Schmoller definition
Hessian matrix and determinant
Hicks compensation criterion
Hicks composite commodities
Hicks’s technical progress
Hicksian demand
Hicksian perfect stability
Hicks–Hansen model
Hodrick–Prescott decomposition
Hotelling’s model of spatial competition
Hotelling’s T2 statistic
Hotelling’s theorem
Hume’s fork
Hume’s law
Itô’s lemma
Jarque–Bera test
Johansen’s procedure
Jones’s magnification effect
Juglar cycle
Kakutani’s fixed point theorem
Kakwani index
Kalai–Smorodinsky bargaining solution
Kaldor compensation criterion
Kaldor paradox
Kaldor’s growth laws
Kaldor–Meade expenditure tax
Kalman filter
Kelvin’s dictum
Keynes effect
Keynes’s demand for money
Keynes’s plan
Kitchin cycle
Kolmogorov’s large numbers law
Kolmogorov–Smirnov test
Kondratieff long waves
Koopmans’s efficiency criterion
Kuhn–Tucker theorem
Kuznets’s curve
Kuznets’s swings
Laffer’s curve
Lagrange multipliers
Lagrange multiplier test
Lancaster’s characteristics
Lancaster–Lipsey’s second best
Lange–Lerner mechanism
Laspeyres index
Lauderdale’s paradox
Learned Hand formula
Lebesgue’s measure and integral
LeChatelier principle
Ledyard–Clark–Groves mechanism
Leontief model
Leontief paradox
Lerner index
Lindahl–Samuelson public goods
Ljung–Box statistics
Longfield paradox
Lorenz’s curve
Lucas critique
Lyapunov’s central limit theorem
Lyapunov stability
Mann–Wald’s theorem
Markov chain model
Markov switching autoregressive model
Markowitz portfolio selection model
Marshall’s external economies
Marshall’s stability
Marshall’s symmetallism
Marshallian demand
Marshall–Lerner condition
Maskin mechanism
Minkowski’s theorem
Modigliani–Miller theorem
Montaigne dogma
Moore’s law
Mundell–Fleming model
Musgrave’s three branches of the budget
Muth’s rational expectations
Myerson revelation principle
Nash bargaining solution
Nash equilibrium
Negishi’s stability without recontracting
von Neumann’s growth model
von Neumann–Morgenstern expected utility theorem
von Neumann–Morgenstern stable set
Newton–Raphson method
Neyman–Fisher theorem
Neyman–Pearson test
Occam’s razor
Okun’s law and gap
Paasche index
Palgrave’s dictionaries
Pearson chi-squared statistics
Peel’s law
Perron–Frobenius theorem
Phillips curve
Phillips–Perron test
Pigou effect
Pigou tax
Pigou–Dalton progressive transfers
Poisson’s distribution
Poisson process
Pontryagin’s maximum principle
Ponzi schemes
Prebisch–Singer hypothesis
Radner’s turnpike property
Ramsey model and rule
Ramsey’s inverse elasticity rule
Rao–Blackwell’s theorem
Rawls’s justice criterion
Reynolds–Smolensky index
Ricardian equivalence
Ricardian vice
Ricardo effect
Ricardo’s comparative costs
Ricardo–Viner model
Robinson–Metzler condition
Rostow’s model
Roy’s identity
Rubinstein’s model
Rybczynski theorem
Samuelson condition
Sard’s theorem
Sargan test
Sargant effect
Say’s law
Senior’s last hour
Shapley value
Shapley–Folkman theorem
Sharpe’s ratio
Shephard’s lemma
Simons’s income tax base
Slutsky equation
Slutsky–Yule effect
Snedecor F-distribution
Solow’s growth model and residual
Sonnenschein–Mantel–Debreu theorem
Spencer’s law
Sperner’s lemma
Sraffa’s model
Stackelberg’s oligopoly model
Stigler’s law of eponymy
Stolper–Samuelson theorem
Student t-distribution
Suits index
Swan’s model
Tanzi–Olivera Effect
Taylor rule
Taylor’s theorem
Tchébichef’s inequality
Theil index
Thünen’s formula
Tiebout’s voting with the feet process
Tinbergen’s rule
Tobin’s q
Tobin’s tax
Tocqueville’s cross
Tullock’s trapezoid
Turgot–Smith theorem
Walras’s auctioneer and tâtonnement
Weierstrass extreme value theorem
Wicksell’s benefit principle for the distribution of tax burden
Williams’s fair innings argument
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An Eponymous Dictionary of Economics - A Guide to Laws and Theorems Named After Economists

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