Entrepreneurships, the Firm, and the General Market Information Problem
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Date of creation: 01 Apr 1973
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- Michael R. Darby, 1973. "Entrepreneurship, the Firm, and the General Market Information Problem," UCLA Economics Working Papers 033, UCLA Department of Economics.
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"Production, Information Costs and Economic Organizations,"
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"Qualitative information, reputation, and monopolistic competition,"
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- Michael R. Darby & John R. Lott, 1982. "Qualitative Information, Reputation and Monopolistic Competition," UCLA Economics Working Papers 265, UCLA Department of Economics.
- Michael R. Darby & John R. Lott, Jr., 1975. "Qualitative Information, Reputation, and Monopolistic Competition," NBER Working Papers 0095, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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