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Oligopolio, rendimientos crecientes y regulacion

  • Pedro Uribe

    (Universidad de Guadalajara)

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    En este trabajo no hay resultados nuevos. Intento resumir, sin entrar en detalles tecnicos, algunos elementos centrales de teoria que permiten planteamientos economicos alternativos a las visiones simples de la economia de mercado y la economia planificada, que parecen tener mas visos de realismo en una sociedad industrial compleja, en la que predominan, por una parte la informacion privada de los agentes economicos y por otra las grandes empresas que tienen poder economico, y dificilmente se pueden ver como aceptantes de unos precios que forma el mercado. Los supuestos de los que parten ambas visiones parecen ser empiricamente falsos en una sociedad compleja como la nuestra. Tratare de resumir algunas ideas relacionadas con el equilibrio general con no-convexidades y reglas de formacion de precios y tambien algunos puntos alrededor de las nociones de mecanismos, incentivo-compatibilidad e instrumentacion de reglas de decision.

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    Volume (Year): 1 (2004)
    Issue (Month): 0 (Enero - Junio)
    Pages: 7-16

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