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17. Of course, the conclusions rest upon the empirically untested

model, and upon the numbers presented in Table 1. We regard this as a pilot study, hopefully pointing the way towards a full blown empirical treatment of both the model and the relevant parameters. Note that (20) and (22) can be utilized to generate several testable implications of the model.


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