Shlomo Maital

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It is shown that supplying additional resources in order to achieve full eciency is equivalent to expansion of the input/output space with additional factors that are non-discretionary. Resource-intensive and resource-extensive eciencies are introduced and de®ned. A numerical example is given. Ó 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
This paper argues that political-economic trends referred to under the single heading of globalisation have distinct causes and manifestations in different countries. Institutional variables chosen by governments and their constituents play a dominant role in determining the character of those manifestations, few of which are inevitable. The political Left(More)
This paper treats reciprocal externalities as a special case of how people interact. Two-person two-choice games are used to construct a theory and taxonomy of interactions and to show that separability of objective functions (utility, cost, or profit) is sufficient, but not necessary, for the existence of dominant strategies. The model is generalized to(More)
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