Economic efficiency and inefficient economics: a rejoinder

by Charles Wolf, Jr.

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A rejoinder to an article by Professor Pasour commenting on a previous paper by Wolf with the above title. Both the article and the comment address the usefulness of perfect competition as a norm for evaluating the efficiency of economic systems.

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