The Public Interest

General Equilibrium Theory

Frank Hahn

Special Edition 1980

In decentralized economies a large number of individuals make economic decisions which, in the light of market and other information, they consider most advantageous.  They are not guided by the social good, nor is there an overall plan in the unfolding of which they have preassigned roles.

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