Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa

Albers W (1997) Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics; 270.
Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics.

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Albers W. Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa. Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics. Vol 270. Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics; 1997.
Albers, W. (1997). Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa (Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics, 270). Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics.
Albers, W. (1997). Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa. Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics, 270, Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics.
Albers, W., 1997. Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa, Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics, no.270, Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics.
W. Albers, Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa, Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics, vol. 270, Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics, 1997.
Albers, W.: Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa. Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics, 270. Center for Mathematical Economics, Bielefeld (1997).
Albers, Wulf. Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa. Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics, 1997. Working Papers. Institute of Mathematical Economics. 270.
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