Published Versions

From Models of Disequilibrium and Shortage in Centrally Planned Economies,edited by C. Davis and W. Charemza, pp. 27-47. London: Chapman and Hall Ltd., 1989.

Portes, Richard and Richard E. Quandt. "Macroeconomic Disequilibrium In Centrally Planned Economies: Comment," Journal of Comparative Economics, 1989, v13(4), 576-579.

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