## Application of Linear Programming to the Theory of the Firm: Including an Analysis of Monopolistic Firms by Non-linear Programming |

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### Contents

Two Approaches to the Theory of the Firm | 1 |

The Competitive Firm Using Fixed Factors | 23 |

Production Scheduling for Monopolized Products | 53 |

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