analysis of cartelized market structures for nonrenewable resources by Robert A. Marshalla

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  • Nonrenewable natural resources -- Mathematical models.,
  • Trusts, Industrial -- Mathematical models.

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StatementRobert A. Marshalla.
SeriesOutstanding dissertations in economics, Outstanding dissertations on energy
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LC ClassificationsHC55 .M36 1979
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Paginationxviii, 415 p. :
Number of Pages415
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Open LibraryOL4751853M
ISBN 10082404052X
LC Control Number78075017

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