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Pareto Update

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  • Dr.H.C.Kopperer

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A breakthrough on Pareto analysis

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  • Dr.H.C.Kopperer, 2003. "Pareto Update," General Economics and Teaching 0306006, EconWPA.
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    pareto analysis;

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