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Anti-Equilibrium (1971) was well ahead of its time in emphasising that (i) economics should draw from biology, rather than physics, as its methodological underpinning; (ii) evolutionary logic requires a different type of decision-making in simple, routine matters, as opposed to large and important decisions; (iii) the most important production processes are non-linear, with increasing returns to scale being the rule, rather than the exception in modern capitalist economies and — in conclusion — that there is no such thing as general equilibrium. In modern societies, goods and services are either in shortage (Socialism) or in a state of oversupply (Capitalism). It is either a buyers’ market or sellers’ market.

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of Turkey (2009b): 51 st year Statistics . www.tbb.org.tr Undersecretary of Treasury (2009): Public Debt Management, Turkey . www.treasury.gov.tr World Bank (2009): World Development

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(2010b): 51 million young EU adults lived with their parent(s) in 2008 . Statistics in focus 50. http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-SF-10-050/EN/KS-SF-10-050-EN.PDF , accessed: 2011

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