Edgeworth's Taxation Paradox and the Nature of Demand and Supply Functions

@article{Hotelling1932EdgeworthsTP,
  title={Edgeworth's Taxation Paradox and the Nature of Demand and Supply Functions},
  author={Harold Hotelling},
  journal={Journal of Political Economy},
  year={1932},
  volume={40},
  pages={577 - 616}
}
  • H. Hotelling
  • Published 1 October 1932
  • Journal of Political Economy
i. A tax may result in buyers paying less, page 577.-2. A discontinuous example, page 579-3. Is Edgeworth's phenomenon improbable? page 58I.-4. The nature of supply and demand functions for single commodities, page 583-5. Demand and supply functions for several commodities, page 590-.6. Suggestions for statistical studies of demand and supply, page 598-7. Taxation under free competition, page 6oo.-8. Conditions for Edgeworth's phenomenon with monopoly, page 6o8.-g. Three or more commodities… 
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