The Welfare Significance and Non-significance of General Equilibrium Demand and Supply Curves
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- Walter N. Thurman, 1993. "The Welfare Significance and Nonsignificance of General Equilibrium Demand and Supply Curves," Public Finance Review, , vol. 21(4), pages 449-469, October.
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KeywordsDemand and Price Analysis; Health Economics and Policy;
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