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" To widen the market, and to narrow the competition, is always the interest of the dealers. To widen the market may frequently be agreeable enough to the interest of the public ; but to narrow the competition must always be against it... "
Pioneers of Industrial Organization: How the Economics of Competition and ... - Página 71
editado por - 2007 - 352 páginas
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Against the Market: Political Economy, Market Socialism and the Marxist Critique

David McNally - 1993 - 262 páginas
...manufactures, is always in some respects different from, and even opposite to, that of the publick. To widen the market and to narrow the competition,...the interest of the dealers. To widen the market may frequendy be agreeable enough to the interest of the publick; but to narrow the competition must always...
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The Industrial Organization and Regulation of the Securities Industry

Andrew W. Lo - 2008 - 386 páginas
...rules being administered so as to limit competition. Coase (1988, 9) quotes Adam Smith on this point: "To widen the market may frequently be agreeable enough...narrow the competition must always be against it." We are concerned that property-rights arguments may lead to regulatory barriers to competition. To...
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The End of Economic Man: Principles of Any Future Economics

George P. Brockway - 1995 - 333 páginas
...Smith blithely continued to rely on competition and the invisible hand even though fully aware that "[t]o widen the market and to narrow the competition, is always the interest of the dealers ... an order of men, whose interest is never exactly the same with that of the public, and who accordingly...
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Class: Critical Concepts, Volumen1

John Scott - 1996 - 1348 páginas
...and to narrow the competition are always in the interest of merchants and manufacturers. And, while to "widen the market may frequently be agreeable enough to the interest of the public; ... to narrow the competition must always be against it, and can serve only the dealers, by raising...
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Teachings from the Worldly Philosophy

Robert L. Heilbroner - 1996 - 353 páginas
...manufactures, is always in some respects different from, and even opposite to, that of the publick. To widen the market and to narrow the competition,...frequently be agreeable enough to the interest of the publick; but to narrow the competition must always be against it, and can serve only to enable the...
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Laboring for Freedom: A New Look at the History of Labor in America

Daniel Jacoby - 1998 - 209 páginas
...manufacturers ... by their wealth draw to themselves the greatest share of the public consideration. ... To widen the market and to narrow the competition...narrow the competition must always be against it. ... The proposal of any new law or regulation of commerce which comes from this order, ought always...
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Socialism and the Market: Marginalist economics and the socialist economy

Peter J. Boettke - 2000 - 2506 páginas
...or manufacturers is always in some respect different from, or even opposite to, that of the public. To widen the market and to narrow the competition...of the public, but to narrow the competition must be always against it." l Or in another passage : " People of the same trade seldom meet together, even...
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Economic Policy Reform: The Second Stage

Anne O. Krueger - 2002 - 614 páginas
...assumptions of the model. these problems. As Adam Smith put it so eloquently more than two hundred years ago: To widen the market and to narrow the competition is always the interest of the dealers. . . . The proposal of any new law or regulation of commerce which comes from this order, ought always...
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The End of Economic Man: An Introduction to Humanistic Economics

George P. Brockway - 2001 - 479 páginas
...Smith blithely continued to rely on competition and the invisible hand even though fully aware that "[t]o widen the market and to narrow the competition, is always the interest of the dealers ... an order of men, whose interest is never exactly the same with that of the public, and who accordingly...
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Business and Economic Ethics: The Ethics of Economic Systems

Arthur Rich - 2006 - 694 páginas
...limits their opportunities for profit and special ambitions. Yet, as Adam Smith already recognized: "To widen the market and to narrow the competition, is always the interest of the dealers."167 That is also true of the managers of large oligopolies. In order to avoid oligopolistic...
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