Instability of Equilibria in Experimental Markets: Upward-Sloping Demands, Externalities, and Fad-Like Incentives
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- Plott, Charles R. & Smith, Jared, 1992. "Instability of Equilibria in Experimental Markets: Upward-Sloping Demands, Externalities, and Fad-Like Incentives," Working Papers 816, California Institute of Technology, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
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