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Daniel F Spulber
|Contents:||Introduction; Part I. The Theory of the Firm:4. The entrepreneur; 5. Competition between entrepreneurs; Part III. Human Capital and Financial Capital: 6. Human capital and the organization of the firm; 7. Financial capital and the organization of the firm; Part IV. Intermediation by the Firm: 8. The firm as intermediary in the pure exchange economy; 9. The firm versus free riding; Part V. Market Making by the Firm: 10. The firm creates markets; 11. The firm in the market for contracts; 12. Conclusion. / 1. The consumer; 2. The firm; 3 Separation of consumer objectives and firm objectives; Part II. The Entrepreneur in Equilibrium.|
'Daniel Spulber has produced nothing less than a magisterial work. His treatment of firm formation and the role of entrepreneurs in economic activity makes it a certainty that introductory texts in