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Pareto Update II, Research Note, (Pareto-Kopp II)


  • Hans C.Kopperer



New structural-formula. Pareto-formula. (Plus Kopp-concept and Kopp- effect.) An application-example to demonstrate their practical utility for gaining new insights. Demonstration object: Book on ECONOMICS / Incomes by P.A.Samuelson & W.D.Nordhaus

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  • Hans C.Kopperer, 2003. "Pareto Update II, Research Note, (Pareto-Kopp II)," General Economics and Teaching 0311001, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 13 Dec 2003.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpgt:0311001
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