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A diagrammatic exposition of an economic theory of imperialism

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    After Professor Pham Chung, “A Note on the Optimal Product-Mix in a Centrally Planned Economy,”Journal of Political Economy, March–April, 1973.

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Prof. Rabushka wishes to thank the University of Rochester for a Faculty Research Grant which helped support the writing of this article.

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Roberts, P.C., Rabushka, A. A diagrammatic exposition of an economic theory of imperialism. Public Choice 14, 101–107 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01718444

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  • Economic Theory
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