Production, Planning and Prices

George B. Richardson

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Firms do not exist because of the cost of using the price mechanism, but because they enable actions to be carried out concurrently in conformity with a particular design. This concurrent coordination, which production requires, is distinct from the evolutionary coordination, which is the unintended consequence of market transactions. The two processes are alternatives only to a limited extent. Evolutionary adjustment cannot bring about concurrent coordination, and irreducible uncertainty limits the scope of the planning which does.
UdgiverDRUID - Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics
Antal sider21
ISBN (Trykt)8778730651
StatusUdgivet - 1998
Udgivet eksterntJa
NavnDRUID Working Paper