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Arrow, K. (1970) “The Organization of Economic Activity: Issues Pertinent to the Choice of Market Versus Non-market Allocations” in Public Expenditure and Policy Analysis by R.H. Havenman and J. Margolis, Eds., Markham: Chicago,pp. 67-81
Benabou, Roland (1994) “Education, Income Distribution, and Growth: The Local Connection” NBER working paper number 4798
Berglas, E. (1976) “Distribution of tastes and skills and the provision of local public goods” Journal of Public Economics Vol. 6, No.2, pp.409-423.
Edgeworth, F.Y. (1881) Mathematical Psychics, Kegan Paul: London.
Mas-Colell, A and J. Silvestre (1991) “A Note on Cost-Share Equilibrium and Owner- Consumers” Journal of Economic Theory Vol.54, No.1,pp. 204-14.
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