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Steady coexistence of the subjects of the market representing the private and state capital


  • Viktor I. Shapovalov


The sustainability conditions for the market participants with a different ownership model were also determined. It was revealed, that the nonlinear form of the equations describing the market behavior with the prevailing private capital, predetermines the development of such a market according to the subharmonic cascade scenario. The latter is presumably the reason of the periodically arising economic crises.

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  • Viktor I. Shapovalov, 2008. "Steady coexistence of the subjects of the market representing the private and state capital," Papers 0812.4028,
  • Handle: RePEc:arx:papers:0812.4028

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