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Posted on 03 May 2021 by Blair Fix These are the references for my new paper: "Economic Development and the Death of the Free Market" which is being presented serially in five parts over the next few weeks: Evolution of Free Markets and Hierarchy The Growth of Hierarchy with Economic Development Energy and Hierarchy Rethinking Free-Market Theory Conclusions and Methods Please share this article - Go to very top of page, right hand side, for social media buttons. Acemoglu, D. and Robinson, J. A. (2001). Inefficient redistribution. American Political science review, pages 649 - 661. Aktipis, A. (2016). Principles of cooperation across systems: from human sharing to multicellularity and cancer. Evolutionary Applications, 9(1):17 - 36. Annila, A. and Annila, E.

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posted on 03 May 2021

by Blair Fix

These are the references for my new paper: "Economic Development and the Death of the Free Market" which is being presented serially in five parts over the next few weeks:

  1. Evolution of Free Markets and Hierarchy
  2. The Growth of Hierarchy with Economic Development
  3. Energy and Hierarchy
  4. Rethinking Free-Market Theory
  5. Conclusions and Methods

Economic Development And The Death Of The Free Market - References


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