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A Note on Indivisibilities, Specialization, and Economies of Scale

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  • Edwards, Brian K
  • Starr, Ross M

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  • Edwards, Brian K & Starr, Ross M, 1987. "A Note on Indivisibilities, Specialization, and Economies of Scale," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 77(1), pages 192-194, March.
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