English, Article edition: Computational general equilibrium models in economic history and an analysis of British capitalist agriculture HARLEY, C. KNICK

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  • Computational general equilibrium models in economic history and an analysis of British capitalist agriculture
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  • HARLEY, C. KNICK
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  • A general equilibrium arbitrated by prices arising from consumers and firms interacting in markets is a core idea in economic analysis and provides powerful insight into many historical issues. Modern computational models permit investigators to exploit the insights of general equilibrium. This article outlines the ideas of general equilibrium and of computational general equilibrium models. In the process, strengths and limitations are discussed. The discussion is given focus by using the Harley-Crafts model as its focus and explores briefly the consequences of changing the allocation principals in the agricultural sector of the model from a capitalist arrangement to a peasant arrangement.
  • RePEc:cup:ereveh:v:6:y:2002:i:02:p:165-191_00
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