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  • Engel's — Original name in latin Engel’s Name in other language EHNGEL S, Ehngel s, Engel s, Engels, Engels an der Wolga, Engel’s, Pokrovsk, Pokrovskaya, ЭНГЕЛЬС, Энгельс State code RU Continent/City Europe/Volgograd longitude 51.48389 latitude 46.10528… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Engel's law — is an observation in economics stating that, with a given set of tastes and preferences, as income rises, the proportion of income spent on food falls, even if actual expenditure on food rises. In other words, the income elasticity of demand of… …   Wikipedia

  • Engel's Law — An economic theory introduced in 1857 by Ernst Engel, a German statistician, stating that the percentage of income allocated for food purchases decreases as income rises. As a household s income increases, the percentage of income spent on food… …   Investment dictionary

  • engel's law — ˈeŋ(g)əlz noun Usage: usually capitalized E Etymology: after Ernst Engel died 1896 German statistician and economist : a generalization in economics: as family income increases, the percentage spent for food decreases, that spent for clothing,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Engel's law — the assertion that the percentage of a family s income spent on food decreases as its income increases. [named after Ernst Engel (1821 96), German economist] * * * …   Universalium

  • Engel`s law — remark that the proportion of a family s budget devoted to food declines as the family s income increases …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Engel's law — The law stating that the lower a family s income the greater is the proportion spent on food. As the income rises the family s spending is spread across a wider range of goods and services, such as housing, transport, consumer goods, leisure… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • ENGEL, JOEL — (Yuli Dimitriyevich; 1868–1927), composer and music editor, a pioneer of music in Ereẓ Israel. Born in Berdyansk, Russia, he studied at Kharkov and the Moscow Conservatory. He was music critic of the journal Russkiye Vedomosti for 20 years and in …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ENGEL, JOSEPH BEN JUDAH — (1859–1920), Polish rabbi and halakhist. Born in Tarnow, after his marriage he settled in Bendin, where his father in law lived, and there became famous as one of the greatest of Polish rabbis. In 1906 he was elected av bet din of Cracow and was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Engel expansion — The Engel expansion of a positive real number x is the unique non decreasing sequence of positive integers {a 1,a 2,a 3,dots} such that:x=frac{1}{a 1}+frac{1}{a 1a 2}+frac{1}{a 1a 2a 3}+cdots.;Rational numbers have a finite Engel expansion, while …   Wikipedia

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