--Impacts on theoretical fields: Chamberlin's impact on microeconomic theory, by J.S. Bain. The theory and effects of nonprice competition, by R.B. Heflebower. International trade theory and monopolistic competition theory, by H.G. Johnson. Quality space, interproduct competition, and general-equilibrium theory, by R.E. Kuenne. Monopolistic competition and welfare economics, by R.L. Bishop. Quantitative economics, macroeconomics, and monopolistic competion, by J. Tinbergen. --Impacts on geographical and applied areas: Chamberlin and German economics, by K.W. Rothschild. Monopolistic competition and Italian economic thought, by F. Vito. Chamberlin's theory of monopolistic competition and the literature of marketing, by E.T. Grether. Monopolistic competition in the food and agricultural sectors, by K.A. Fox. Monopolistic competition and banking markets, by D.A. Alhadeff.
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The global impacts: The adaptability and lasting significance of the Chamberlinian contribution, by W. Feliner. Chamberlin's new economics and the unit of production, by N. Georgescu-Roegen. Increasing returns, by Sir R.F. Harrod. Monopolistic competition and the growth process in less developed countries: Chamberlin and the Schumpeterian dimension, by E.S. Mason. The monopolistic competition revolution, by P.A. Samuelson. Milestones on the way to the theory of monopolistic competition, by E. Schneider.