Golden Rule (disambiguation)
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The Golden Rule describes a "reciprocal" or "two-way" relationship between one's self and others that involves both sides equally and in a mutual fashion.
Golden Rule may also refer to:
- Golden Rule (fiscal policy), a rule adopted in the UK by HM Treasury to provide guidelines for fiscal policy
- Golden Rule savings rate, the savings rate which maximizes consumption in the Solow growth model
- Fermi's golden rule, a formula of quantum mechanics
- Ronen's golden rule for cluster radioactivity, in nuclear physics
- Golden Rule Airlines, a small aviation company located in Kyrgyzstan
- Golden Rule Insurance Company, an American health insurance company based in Indiana
- Golden Rule Store, the original name of JCPenney, a chain of American department store
- Golden Rule (album), the seventh studio album by Australian rock band Powderfinger
- Golden Rule (EP), an EP by Golden State
- "That Golden Rule," a song by Biffy Clyro
- "3-Way (The Golden Rule)," a song by The Lonely Island
- "Golden Rule," a space habitat in The Cat Who Walks Through Walls a science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein
- The Golden Rule, a 1961 magazine cover painting by Norman Rockwell
- Golden rule (law), or the British Rule, a form of statutory construction traditionally applied by English courts
- Golden Rule (ketch), a boat skippered by Albert Bigelow used in a nuclear-weapons protest
- Samuel M. Jones (1846–1904), a.k.a. "Golden Rule" Jones, mayor of Toledo, Ohio
- Rule of three (mathematics), also known as Golden Rule, a particular form of cross-multiplication in elementary mathematics
- Goldwater rule, an Ethics related rule on commenting individuals' mental status without examining them personally or exposing them publicly without consent.
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