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The Economics of missing markets, information, and games

Author: Frank Hahn
Publisher: Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1989.
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This volume contains a series of essays written by a group of economists working in Cambridge, who demonstrate that there are good grounds for the view that Walrasian theory leaves many important  Read more...

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Economics of missing markets, information, and games.
Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1989
(OCoLC)582535238
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Hahn
ISBN: 0198286155 9780198286158 0198283210 9780198283218
OCLC Number: 18441641
Description: viii, 511 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction; PART I. Kreps: Out-of-equilibrium beliefs and out-of-equilibrium behaviour; Brandenberger, Dekel: The role of common knowledge assumptions in game theory; Sabourian: Repeated Games: A survey; Hahn: Information Dynamics; PART II. Dasgupta: The economics of parallel research; Doyle: Strategy variables and theories of industrial organization; Canning: Bargaining theory; PART III. Newbery: Missing Markets: Consequences and remedies; Bray: Rational expectations, information, and asset markets; Machina: Decision-making in the presence of risk; PART IV. Anderlini: Theoretical modelling of banks and bank runs; Masking, Riley: Optimal multi-unit auctions; Worrall: Labour contract theory; PART V. Kehoe: Intertemporal general equilibrium models; Burnel: Sunspots; Kelsey: An introduction to nonlinear dynamics and its application to economics; PART VI. Thomas: Some micro and macro implications of inventories; Modica: Business cycles in equilibrium: An example; Makowski: Keynes's liquidity preference theory: A suggested re-interpretation
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"A must for graduate students."--Jacques Lawarree, University of Washington"An excellent book which presents a clear survey of some of the most important recent ideas in economic theory."--T. Read more...

 
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