Economic Fluctuations, Market Power, and Returns to Scale: Evidence from Firm-Level Data
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- Robert S. Chirinko & Steven Fazzari, 1993. "Economic fluctuations, market power, and returns to scale: evidence from firm-level data," Research Working Paper 93-06, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
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