Adaptive economic models: proceedings of a symposium conducted by the Mathematics Research Center, the University of Wisconsin--Madison, October 21-23, 1974
Academic Press, 1975 - 581 pages
Adaptive processes and economic theory; Biological systems as paradigms for adaptation; Optimization and evolution in the theory of the firm; The market adaptation of the firm; Learning by firms about demand conditions; Further notes on the allocation of effort.
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