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MIT Press/Wright Allen Series in System Dynamics

Effects of Capacity Acquisition Policcies

This book studies the interaction between a company's capacity-acquisition policy and the growth rate of its new product: it demonstrates how different policies of acquiring manufacturing capacity can either suppress or facilitate this growth rate.

A General Hypothesis and a Test Model of a Grassland

Ecologists and land-use managers, as well as system dynamics students and practitioners, will be interested in this quantitative analysis of dynamic ecological processes.