Development, Structural Changes, And Urbanization
AbstractThe following sections are included:IntroductionA Model with Three GoodsThe Individual Optimal DecisionThe Markets and Candidates for Equilibrium (Corner Equilibria)The Pareto Optimum Corner EquilibriumThe Relationship between the Equilibrium and the Pareto OptimumEquilibrium and its Comparative StaticsConclusionsAppendix A: The Choice of StructuresAppendix B: Corner Equilibrium and the Restricted Pareto OptimumAppendix C: A Proof to Proposition 6References
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