• 1. This chapter is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant IIS 0082928.
  • 2. There are other issues that are equally important from the point of view of economics. For example, the role of observed frequencies, the role, if any, of aleatory probability, the question of the stability of observed frequencies, and the like.


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