Castillo, Daniel Viera
September 2006
INGENIARE - Revista Chilena de Ingeniería;Sep-Dec2006, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p203
Academic Journal
The present work seeks to demonstrate that it is possible to obtain rates that incorporate the distribution of income and that simultaneously they area efficient. R is a work that is sustained in the theoretical foundations of the microeconomics and of the economy of welfare and of the restrictions that it presents to fix prices based on marginal costs. The model that is applied suggests that the price that a company of public services should establish, either private or public, is a price that takes into account, to a certain extent, effects on the distribution of Income, as well as the effects in the assignment of resources, introducing certain explicit judgements value.


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