JHET

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JHETJournal of the History of Economic Thought
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We might note that the latest JHET also contains a review of Tony Aspromourgos's book on Adam Smith praising its 'vast scholarship, depth, breadth, and clarity'.
Other Ducks questionable for the spring game after not participating in Monday's practice include wide receivers Dwayne Stanford, Jalen Brown, Alex Ofodile and Jeff Bieber and safeties Juwaan Williams and Jhet Janis.
The two authors further developed this research project in papers delivered before the numerous societies that our North American colleagues are inclined to attend (and the usual institutional suspects may be rounded up here), as well as in articles published in most of the chief outlets devoted to our sub-discipline, such as JHET, EJPE, EJHET, HOPE and JEM.
Oregon two-sport athlete Jhet Janis walked out of football practice Wednesday with a full brace on his left leg while using crutches.
Jhet Janis, who competes in javelin for the track and field team, has joined the competition at safety.
Jhet Janis wanted to compete in football and track in college, but he could not find a match.
S - Robinson, Juwaan Williams, Dylan Kane, Jhet Janis; S - Daniels, Khalil Oliver, Fotu Leiato, Austin Daich.