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This article discusses the notion of competition as a process of rivalry between firms. This approach was developed initially by the classical economists and continued in the writings of Marx and Schumpeter. More specifically, this article sets out to show that on the one hand, this alternative...
This study focuses on two grant programs administered by the Women’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor: the Non-Traditional Employment for Women (NEW) program and Women in Apprenticeships in Non-Traditional Occupations (WANTO). These two grant programs were created to increase the numbers...
A long-standing discussion in economics asks whether institutions affect people’s social predispositions. The current experiment tests whether different aspects of markets affect people’s social preferences. The results are that people are less socially minded in more anonymous settings....
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