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Comportamiento asintótico y selección de equilibrios en juegos evolutivos

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La creencia en que el individuo dejado a su propio y libre albedrío actuaría buscando su propio bienestar, y lograría, sin proponérselo, también el máximo bienestar para toda la sociedad, es la premisa máxima del pensamiento liberal. Esta creencia implica que no es necesaria la intervención de ninguna institución, especialmente del Estado, para lograr una situación socialmente óptima.
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  • Omer Ozak Muñoz, 2005. "Comportamiento asintótico y selección de equilibrios en juegos evolutivos," DOCUMENTOS DE ECONOMÍA 002171, UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA - BOGOTÁ.
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