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) 1969 4 4 423–428 3 Economic Systems Theory and General Equilibrium Theory

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documentation of Bratislava forest park, with perspectives of management until 2000). Gilbert , F. S. 1980 . The equilibrium theory of island biogeography: fact or

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The revival of comparative economic systems research

Reflections inspired by the recent publication of the collected works of Domenico Mario Nuti

Acta Oeconomica
Author:
László Csaba

economist in the tradition of Nicholas Kaldor (1908–1986) 5 and Michał Kalecki (1899–1970), who had always been critical of the market system in general and various equilibrium theories leading to market fundamentalism in modelling and policy

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A közösség által támogatott mezőgazdálkodás szubjektív aspektusai

SUBJECTIVE ASPECTS OF COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors:
Ilona Liliána Birtalan
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Bernadett Kis
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György Bárdos

). A General Equilibrium Theory of Contracts in Community Supported Agriculture . American Journal of Agricultural Economics , 97 ( 5 ), 1345 - 1359 . https:// doi.org/10.1093/ajae/aav029 . Story , M. , Kaphingst , K. M. , Robinson-O'Brien , R

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Rey, P.— Tirole, J.: The Logic of Vertical Restraints. American Economic Review , 76 (1986), 921; Gilbert, R. J.-Klemperer, P.: An Equilibrium Theory of Rationing (Working Paper, February 1993); Marvel, H. P.: The Resale Price Maintenance

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today. 7 But the mainstream of our science still considers the criticized model creation framework, the general equilibrium theory marked by the works of Walras (1874) , Arrow – Debreu (1954) , and Debreu (1959) as its professional mother tongue

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Modern Equilibrium Theory of Unemployment, Interest, and Assets . Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press . Piscitelli , L. − Cross , R. − Grinfeld , M. − Lamba , H. ( 2000 ): A Test for Strong Hysteresis . Computational Economics , 15

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using the production function and based themselves on intertemporal equilibrium theory, while the more empirically oriented disregarded the result and justified their attitude, if asked, by declaring that the “paradoxes” were exceptional and could be

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referring to frictions, rigidities, substitution between labour and capital or institutional differences etc. and may maintain equilibrium theory in the long run. However, it cannot establish policy options, if 16–18 year-long time series provides such vague

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(HBCs) (in contrast to socialism's SBCs), and foster innovation and the constant renewal of production. Departing from the equilibrium theories of mainstream neoclassical economics, Kornai sees capitalism as fundamentally dynamic, undergoing processes of

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