Socioeconomic Inequality and Prospects of Institutional Econophysics

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Socioeconomic Inequality and Prospects of Institutional Econophysics. / Chatterjee, Arnab; Ghosh, Asim; Chakrabarti, Bikas K.

Economic Foundations for Social Complexity Science: Theory, Sentiments, and Empirical Laws. toim. / Yuji Aruka; Alan Kirman. Singapore, 2017. s. 51-65 (Evolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Science; Vuosikerta 9).

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Chatterjee, A, Ghosh, A & Chakrabarti, BK 2017, Socioeconomic Inequality and Prospects of Institutional Econophysics. julkaisussa Y Aruka & A Kirman (toim), Economic Foundations for Social Complexity Science: Theory, Sentiments, and Empirical Laws. Evolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Science, Vuosikerta. 9, Singapore, Sivut 51-65. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5705-2_3

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Chatterjee, A., Ghosh, A., & Chakrabarti, B. K. (2017). Socioeconomic Inequality and Prospects of Institutional Econophysics. teoksessa Y. Aruka, & A. Kirman (Toimittajat), Economic Foundations for Social Complexity Science: Theory, Sentiments, and Empirical Laws (Sivut 51-65). (Evolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Science; Vuosikerta 9). Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5705-2_3

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Chatterjee A, Ghosh A, Chakrabarti BK. Socioeconomic Inequality and Prospects of Institutional Econophysics. julkaisussa Aruka Y, Kirman A, toimittajat, Economic Foundations for Social Complexity Science: Theory, Sentiments, and Empirical Laws. Singapore. 2017. s. 51-65. (Evolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Science). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5705-2_3

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Chatterjee, Arnab ; Ghosh, Asim ; Chakrabarti, Bikas K. / Socioeconomic Inequality and Prospects of Institutional Econophysics. Economic Foundations for Social Complexity Science: Theory, Sentiments, and Empirical Laws. Toimittaja / Yuji Aruka ; Alan Kirman. Singapore, 2017. Sivut 51-65 (Evolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Science).

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