On the Paradox of the Efficient Price System in a Completely Centralized Economy and in a Capitalist Individual Ownership Economy.

by Martin Shubik

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The crucial role of the number of competitors in an economy is used to show the difference between a centralized price system and a free enterprise or competitive price system. 10 pp.

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