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Technological Diversity in an Evolutionary Industry Model with Localized Learning and Network Externalities

  • Nicolas Jonard

    (Universit� Louis Pasteur)

  • Murat Yildizoglu

    (Bureau D'Economie Theorique et Appliquee)

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Paper provided by Society for Computational Economics in its series Computing in Economics and Finance 1997 with number 13.

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