Growth, Industrial Externality, Prospect Dynamics, and Well-Being on Markets

  title={Growth, Industrial Externality, Prospect Dynamics, and Well-Being on Markets},
  author={Emmanuel Chauvet},
  journal={Human Behavior \& Game Theory eJournal},
  • Emmanuel Chauvet
  • Published 5 August 2018
  • Economics
  • Human Behavior & Game Theory eJournal
Functions or 'functionings' enable to give a structure to any economic activity whether they are used to describe a good or a service that is exchanged on a market or they constitute the capability of an agent to provide the labor market with specific work and skills. That structure encompasses the basic law of supply and demand and the conditions of growth within a transaction and of the inflation control. Functional requirements can be followed from the design of a product to the delivery of… Expand


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