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Path-Dependence Without Increasing Returns To Scale And Network Externalities

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  • Balmann, Alfons
  • Odening, Martin
  • Weikard, Hans-Peter
  • Brandes, Wilhelm

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  • Balmann, Alfons & Odening, Martin & Weikard, Hans-Peter & Brandes, Wilhelm, 1993. "Path-Dependence Without Increasing Returns To Scale And Network Externalities," Staff Papers 13402, University of Minnesota, Department of Applied Economics.
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