Why Are Concavity Conditions Not Satisfied in the Cost Function? The Case of Japanese Manufacturing Firms during the Bubble Period
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- Kazuo Ogawa, 2008. "Why Are Concavity Conditions Not Satisfied in the Cost Function? The Case of Japanese Manufacturing Firms during the Bubble Period," ISER Discussion Paper 0719, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University.
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