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The Invisible Body-Balancing Economics: A Medium Approach

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Our global world is under the variety of individual bodies on the division of work. This paper would consider the invisible body-balancing network and economics by a medium approach. This medium approach originated from the Newsboy problem, and would be attained by the invisible hand of market (demand) speed at Chameleon’s criteria. First, our new treatment and condition to balancing are given. Next, a few trial cases are discussed and verified at the series type.

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Matsui, M. (2015) The Invisible Body-Balancing Economics: A Medium Approach. Theoretical Economics Letters, 5, 66-73. doi: 10.4236/tel.2015.51010.


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