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The increasing-returns-to-scale/sticky- price approach to monetary analysis

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  • Mary G. Finn, 1995. "The increasing-returns-to-scale/sticky- price approach to monetary analysis," Economic Quarterly, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, issue Fall, pages 79-93.
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    Economies of scale ; Monetary theory;

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