by Tokyo Chan
The economists have always captions for the welfare of the people & towards accomplishing a stable economy to stay away from any pandemonium. Here are some of the captions of some well known economists from across the globe which is meant to take the conditions of the people to a more elevated level.
All decent people live beyond their incomes, and those who aren’t respectable live beyond other people’s incomes. A few gifted individuals manage to do both.
Investment is a flighty bird which needs to be controlled.
Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt.
Never spend your money before you have earned it.
Nothing so weakens a government as inflation.
Why does a public discussion of economic policy so often show the abysmal ignorance of the participants?
When men are employed they are best contented.
If all the economists were laid end to end, they would not reach a conclusion.
We might as well reasonably dispute whether it is the upper or the under blade of a pair of scissors that cuts a piece of paper, as whether value is governed by demand or supply.
Love of money is the root of all evil.
Reformers have the idea that change can be achieved by brute sanity.
Lack of money is the root of of all evil.
The truth is never pure and rarely simple.
The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.
Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.
Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidise it.
Our necessities are few but our wants are endless.
The president’s economic report is an insult to every hard-working American. It’s unpatriotic economics, and he should apologize for it.
Money is a machine for doing quickly and commodiously what would be done, though less quickly and commodiously, without it.
All progress is precarious, and the solution of one problem brings us face to face with another problem.
Everything is worth what its purchaser will pay for it.
There was a time when a fool and his money were soon parted, but now it happens to everybody.
The best way to ruin a country is to debauch its currency.
To paraphrase Winston Churchill, I did not take the oath I have just taken with the intention of presiding over the dissolution of the world’s strongest economy.
Everything’s a trade-off. If you want a high standard of living, you have to settle for a low quality of life.
The free enterprise system is absolutely too important to be left to the competitive forces of the marketplace.
From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.
Workers of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains!
We did it [Disneyland], in the knowledge that most of the people I talked to thought it would be a financial disaster – closed and forgotten within the first year.
Inflation is like toothpaste. Once it’s out, you can hardly get it back in again.
A recession is when your neighbor is out of work. A depression is when you are out of work.
Teach a parrot to say demand and supply, and you have created an economist.
Supply creates its own demand.
We have one asset, and that’s people.
Four years ago we said we would invigorate our economy by giving people greater freedom and incentives to take risks and letting them keep more of what they earned. We did what we promised, and a great industrial giant is reborn.
There have been three great inventions since the beginning of time: fire, the wheel, and central banking.
As capital accumulates, the lot of the laborer must grow worse.
There is always enough for the needy, there is never enough for the greedy.
No nation was ever ruined by trade.
If there’s any part of the economy that’s delivered for all the citizens, it’s got to be the work that we and our partners in our industry have done.
It is very odd that, enjoying one of the highest living standards in the world, Canadians in all walks of life should nevertheless believe that their economy is a frail, hothouse creation.
The economy of the future might be called the “spaceman economy,” in which the earth has become a single spaceship, without unlimited reservoirs of anything.
The study of economy usually shows us that the best time for purchase was last year.
In the long run we are all dead.
Government is an art, not a science, and an adventure, not a planned itinerary.
Democracy will defeat the economist at every turn on its own genre.
Gold is a sideshow.
Inflation is the time when those who have saved for a rainy day get soaked.
There can be economy only where there is efficiency.
The best of all monopoly profits is a quiet life.
Protectionism is the institutionalization of economic failure.
Next to bombing, rent control is the most effective technique so far known for destroying cities.
Masters are always and everywhere in a sort of tacit, but constant and uniform combination, not to raise the wages of labor.
People in the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in some contrivance to raise prices.
This is a difficult time for our nation and our economy. While this settlement imposes new rules and regulations, we believe that settling the case now is the right thing to do for our customers, for the technology industry and for the economy.
Trade unionism is not socialism. It is the capitalism of the proletariat.
I have observed that we all get the same amount of ice. The rich get it in the summertime and the poor get it in the winter.
Buy land. They ain’t making any more of the stuff.
When buying and selling is controlled by legislation, the first ones to be bought are the legislators.
Men, like animals, naturally multiply in proportion to the means of their subsistence.
Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize it.
Free trade, one of the greatest blessings which a government can confer on a people, is in almost every country unpopular.
About Tokyo Chan
Tokyo Chan is a creative writer who enjoys writing captions for Instagram and inspiration quotes. She received her bachelor of art degree in English from San Jose State University, California. Tokyo aspires to be a published author and motivational speaker. She loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and exploring new cultures.