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derived or originating internally

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1], taking account of endogenous changes in domestic prices of quota-constrained imports, is expressed as Equation (A7), which includes the additional output-supply effects present with international capital mobility.
Although all sensible people should beware what Vincent Ostrom calls "great experiments," I find it unhelpful to make a sharp distinction between beneficial endogenous change and harmful exogenous change.
Institutional innovation (particularly government regulation) has been another source of endogenous change in aggregate supply.
As we see, Robbins conceived of the market as a complex entwinement and mutual adaptation of autonomous actions and law-constrained reactions, of exogenous and endogenous changes unfolding over time.
These endogenous changes in price flexibility can lead to significant changes in regimes' welfare performance.