Joan Robinson’s maiden effort was one of which any economist might have been proud. Had the Nobel committee ever deigned to honor her (which I suspect it might have if Edward Chamberlain had lived long enough to share an award) The Economics of Imperfect Competition would deservedly have been a central jewel in her crown.
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- Imperfect Competition After Fifty Years
Robert L. Bishop
- Palgrave Macmillan UK