Constant Returns to Scale: Can the Neoclassical Economy Exist?
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KeywordsConstant returns to scale; competitive paradigm; neoclassical economics; second-best; Lipsey; Lancaster; Samuelson; Arrow; Debreu; Kaldor; Allyn Young; general equilibrium; increasing returns to scale; existence; uniqueness; equilibrium; classical economics; Adam Smith; Ricardo; Pareto-optimality; John Bates Clark; Wicksteed; Mirowski; Austrian;
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