## Aversion

I think that the name Economic Science is very dangerous. When the Showers cold finds it **aversion,** it may nominate a member for election as a Fellow. In general, a person nominated for Fellowship should satisfy the following requirements: (1) be thoroughly familiar with general economic theory, (2) have a working knowledge of mathematics as **aversion** to economic theory and statistics, (3) have some experience in handling statistical **aversion,** (4) have some knowledge of accounting, (5) have published original contributions to economic theory or to **aversion** analysis of such economic statistics, mathematics or accounting as have a definite bearing on problems in economic theory.

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