Culture in Mind: Toward a Sociology of Culture and Cognition

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1.
To save circumlocutions, I refer only to cognizing habits of individuals. Sometimes, indeed, the perception, cognition, or choice which is at issue will be that of an individual executive; but more commonly, there will be arrays and coalitions which get recognized and variously named within that market context as actors in their own right, be they firms or parts thereof, trade associations, industries, or production markets proper.
2.
Each point corresponds to a whole package of profiles such as that in Figure 6-1, one for each value of k. One profile for each point is portrayed in White (1999, Figures 7-9). Consult the manuscript for a full account of the model.
3.
White (1999) provides a full account.
4.
Long ago, the Committee on Price Determination of the elite National Bureau of Economic Research commented that, ceteris paribus, long-run cost curve would seldom be relevant to the problems confronting an enterprise: see discussion of Bela Gold review below.
5.
For a fuller argument, with modeling details and graphs offered by Nerlove (1965), see White (1999, Chap. 8).

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——. Forthcoming. “Modeling Discourse In and Around Markets.” Poetics.

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