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Title The Return to Increasing Returns
Author James M. Buchanan
Publisher University of Michigan Press
Release Date 1994
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 382
ISBN 0472104322
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Makes available important articles on increasing returns as related to the size of the economy

Title Increasing Returns and Path Dependence in the Economy
Author W. Brian Arthur
Publisher University of Michigan Press
Release Date 1994
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 201
ISBN 0472022407
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Pioneering work on an important new approach to economics.

Title Increasing Returns and Efficiency
Author Martine Quinzii
Publisher Oxford University Press on Demand
Release Date 1992
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 165
ISBN 9780195065534
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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This study analyzes increasing returns to scale using general equilibrium theory to take into account the interactions between production in the public and private sectors. It also explores how the redistribution of income has been effected by financing the private sector.

Title Increasing Returns and Economic Analysis
Author Kenneth J. Arrow
Publisher Springer
Release Date 1998-04-12
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 457
ISBN 9781349262557
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Selected papers from many leading Australian, American, Asian, British and European economists of an international conference at Monash University sparked by the first Australian visit by Kenneth J. Arrow, Nobel Laureate in Economics. Part 1 extends the recently emerged New Classical Economics which uses inframarginal analysis to formally examine classical economic problems of specialization with insights on trade, growth, and many other issues. Part 2 analyses the implications of increasing returns and the associated non-perfect competition on some macro problems like the effects of nominal aggregate demand on output and the price level. Part 3 analyses the relationships of information, returns to scale, and issues of resources and trade.

Title Increasing Returns to Scale
Author Tim Walshaw
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2014-05-01
Category Investments
Total Pages 68
ISBN 9780987494658
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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This book offers you a very good way to invest profitably in good companies in the long term, and furthermore avoid losses by investing in bad ones. Its basic message is that if you invest in a company with increasing returns to scale, economic theory states that the company MUST be profitable; and furthermore, you are (almost) guaranteed an increased profit in the next period. If profits increase, share prices should also increase over the medium to long term. This is also a very simple method, not requiring complex methodology, or reliance on 'tips' or 'stories'. You can do it yourself over a few minutes each week. What is this magic method? It is a simple technique drawn from the theory of Economics, called 'Returns to Scale'. Your aim is to invest in firms with Increasing Returns to Scale, and avoid investing in firms with Decreasing Returns to Scale, or worse still (and there are too many of these) Negative Returns to Scale.

Title Increasing Returns and New Developments in the Theory of Growth
Author Paul Michael Romer
Publisher
Release Date 1989
Category Economic development
Total Pages 37
ISBN IND:30000113458495
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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From the beginning, growth theory has been faced with technically challenging questions about increasing returns and the way to capture ideas in a model of market exchange. Initially, reliance on perfect competition forced growth theory to narrow its scope. Recently, new tools for studying dynamic equilibria with nonconvexities, externalities, and imperfect competition have allowed growth theory to address broader questions like: Why have growth rates tended to increase over time? Why is it that flows of capital are not sufficient to equalize wages in different countries? How is it that trade policy, or aggregate research and development expenditure, or the extent of patent protection influences the rate of growth?

Title IT Enabled Strategic Management Increasing Returns for the Organization
Author Walters, Bruce
Publisher IGI Global
Release Date 2006-03-31
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 328
ISBN 9781591409106
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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"This book makes an effort to explore the interaction of information technology and strategic management and aims to encourage joint research efforts among IT and strategy scholars for common solutions"--Provided by publisher.

Title General Equilibrium Analysis of Production and Increasing Returns
Author Takashi Suzuki
Publisher World Scientific
Release Date 2009
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9789812833310
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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techniques in this field, such as measure theory, manifold theory and Banach space theory." --Book Jacket.

Title Readings in the Economics of the Division of Labor
Author Guang-Zhen Sun
Publisher World Scientific
Release Date 2005
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 294
ISBN 9812701273
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Study of the progressive division of labor is a burgeoning industry in economics in recent years. Classical authors, dating back as early as 500 BC, have made insightful analyses on the determinants and implications of the division of labor. Unfortunately these writings are rather scattered and not readily accessible. This important book aims to fill this void, serving as a valuable source of reference for scholars interested in the economics of specialization. The volume begins with the precursors of political economy including the ancient Greeks, medieval Islamic scholastics and mercantilists, continues with the classical political economists and the neoclassicists, and concludes with the Austrian economists such as Hayek in the 1940s. It covers major themes and perspectives about the division of labor that have ever emerged in the discipline of the economic science, including the economics of increasing returns to specialization, the twin ideas of division of labor and the extent of the market, the theory of the spontaneous market order, coordination in the factory system and large scale manufactures, knowledge and the division of mental labor, integration of analyses of specialization into the neoclassical framework, etc.