The Economics of Increasing Returns
This paper reviews the implications of increasing returns for several areas of economics: resource allocation and welfare economics; the micro foundations of macroeconomics; product variety and imperfect competition; information and information technology; economic growth; international trade. These cover the fields in which increasing returns cause departures from the results otherwise available.
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