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In his definition of s(p), d(p) Marshall did not specify which were the other things to be kept equal, and there is contention amongst economists as to what he meant, and what he should have meant. g. g. raw steel) then in any case a more sophisticated analysis is required. ) As a digression we now consider the effect of charging a tax 6 > 0 on the producer for every unit of the good produced. If p is the price paid by the consumer, the price received by the producer is now p - 6 . Hence the price P* and quantity Q* which equates supply and demand are now given by d(P*) = s(P*-6) = Q* .

Suppose first that 0 e C . 4) and for some e r <4-5) °h(k) with h(k) e E Since the I\ place the A, (1 < k < K ) . K. K. them, and at the same time replace the y, by appropriate _z, e rh(k) close enough to them. 9) are integers. Let N > E L, and consider the replicated economy NE . Let S be a coalition which is the disjoint union of the sets S(k) consisting of L, households of type h(k) for 1 < k < K . To each of the households in S(k) we make the allocation b k = w k + zk . 7) . Further, b, e A^ ,.