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Sraffa's price equations: a stationary economy or 'normal positions'?

In: Is There Progress in Economics?

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This thought-provoking book discusses the concept of progress in economics and investigates whether any advance has been made in its different spheres of research. The authors look back at the history, successes and failures of their respective fields and thoroughly examine the notion of progress from an epistemological and methodological perspective.

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  • Pierangelo Garegnani, 2002. "Sraffa's price equations: a stationary economy or 'normal positions'?," Chapters,in: Is There Progress in Economics?, chapter 23 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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