'Divergent Equilibrium in a Labor-Managed Economy,' (1991). Economic Analysis and Workers' Management, Vol. XXV, No. 2, pp. 289-294
AbstractThe paper demonstrates a potential theoretical problem in achieving general equilibrium in an economy composed of firms maximizing income per worker; a problem which suggests that disequilibria in a labor- managed economy might be a rule rather than exception.
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general equilibrium; labor management; Yugoslavia;
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