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A Globally Convergent Price Adjustment Process for Exchange Economies

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  • Joosten, R.
  • Talman, D.

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  • Joosten, R. & Talman, D., 1995. "A Globally Convergent Price Adjustment Process for Exchange Economies," Papers 9594, Tilburg - Center for Economic Research.
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    1. Yuval Rabani & Leonard J. Schulman, 2016. "The Invisible Hand of Laplace: the Role of Market Structure in Price Convergence and Oscillation," Papers 1602.07628, arXiv.org.

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