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Modelling the Process of Market Emergence


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Paper provided by Manchester Metropolitan University, Centre for Policy Modelling in its series Discussion Papers with number 012.

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Date of creation: Aug 1995
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Publication status: Published as: Moss, S. J. and Kuznetsova, O.; Modelling the Process of Market Emergence. In Owsinski, J. W. and Nahorski, Z. (eds.), (1996): Modelling and Analysing Economies in Transition, MODEST, Warsaw. 125-138.
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  1. Bruce Edmonds, 1997. "Gossip, Sexual Recombination and the El Farol Bar: modelling the emergence of heterogeneity," Discussion Papers 97-31, Manchester Metropolitan University, Centre for Policy Modelling.


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