THE WELFARE COSTS OF TARIFFS, MONOPOLIES, AND THEFT

@article{Tullock1967THEWC,
  title={THE WELFARE COSTS OF TARIFFS, MONOPOLIES, AND THEFT},
  author={Gordon Tullock},
  journal={Economic Inquiry},
  year={1967},
  volume={5},
  pages={224-232}
}
  • G. Tullock
  • Published 1 June 1967
  • Economics, Business
  • Economic Inquiry
Evaluates the methods to measure the welfare costs of monopolies and tariffs in the United States. Concerns of the economists; Presentation of equation; Validity of measurements. (Из Ebsco) 

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