The way in which powerful economic actors seek to bend the market is obviously an important part of Smith's doctrine.
This system contrasts that of a market economy where all the economic actors involved take decisions.
The behavior of every economic actor would be considered on both the production and consumption side.
"Collecting" means to seek information among economic and social actors.
If they are to occur, it is likely to be in the long run when economic actors can adjust to the new situation.
In their view, suppliers, not consumers, are the chief economic actors.
Our relations with other major economic actors show that we can do all these things only together and not in opposition to one another.
It should be coordinated by the key economic actors, in particular, the G20.
But I also don't think economic actors are particularly rational.
Even under ideal conditions especially if the economic actors' initial beliefs are not coordinated.