Technological uncertainty and the pure theory of allocation

an essay by N. F. Laing

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  • Technological innovations.,
  • Uncertainty.,
  • Economics.

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Other titlesUncertainty and allocation.
StatementN. F. Laing.
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LC ClassificationsHC79.T4 L34
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Pagination151 p. :
Number of Pages151
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Open LibraryOL4479634M
ISBN 100959589406
LC Control Number79307729

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(l). On the theory of the competitive firm under price uncertainty, American Economic Rev Turnovsky, S. Technological and price uncertainty in a Ricardian model of international trade, Review of Economic Studies Resource Allocation under Uncertainty The role of the competitive system in allocating uncertainty seems to have received little systematic attention.2 I will first sketch an ideal economy in which the allocation problem can be solved by competition and then indicate some of the devices in the real world which approxi-mate this solution.

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