Microeconomics (inbunden)
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This major three volume work contains 54 key papers which reflect the invigoration, innovation and imagination that has characterized the field of microeconomics during the last 50 years. The selections range from literary treatments to the most advanced mathematical presentations. However all readers, regardless of their mathematical sophistication or methodological predilections, will find a large number of the papers interesting and worthwhile in giving an overview of the present state of microeconomics and providing guides to the literature of specialities of particular interest. Each one of these carefully structured volumes contains an introduction which offers the reader a brief discussion of the nature and significance of the contributions of each selection. Where worthwhile, cross references to other relevant selections are included in the summary. It is hoped that the reader's task will be aided materially by this systematization and concise discussions of the selections. This landmark book is an essential reference guide for professors, researchers and students concerned with the major innovations and advances in microeconomics.
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Edited by the late Robert E. Kuenne, formerly Professor of Economics, Princeton University, US


Volume I: CONTENTS General Introduction Introduction Part I: The Methodology of Microeconomic Theory The Structure of Economic Theory 1. Herber A Simon (1959), 'Theories of Decision-Making in Economics and Behavioral Science' 2. Ernest Nagel (1963), 'Assumptions in Economic Theory' 3. Donald N. McCloskey (1983), 'The Rhetoric of Economics' The Analytical Use of Microeconomic Models 4. Paul A. Samuelson (1941), 'The Stability of Equilibrium' 5. Eugene Silberg (1974), ' A Revision of Comparative Statics Methodology in Economics' 6. G.C. Archibald (1965), 'The Qualitative Content of Maximizing Models' Part II: Consumer Decision Making Newer Developments Within the Neoclassical Framework 7. Gary S. Becker (1965), 'A Theory of the Allocation of Time' 8. Harvey Leibenstein (1950), 'Bandwagon, Snob, and Veblen Effects in the Theory of Consumers' Demand' Part III: Production and Cost Functions Analytical Fittings to Empirical Forms 9. A.A. Walters (1963), 'Production and Cost Functions: An Econometric Survey' Part IV: The Pricing of Factor Services Firms and Industry Behavior 10. Gary S. Becker (1962), 'Investment in Human Capital: A Theoretical Analysis' 11. Michael Spence (1973), 'Job Market Signalling' 12. Joseph E. Stiglitz (1974), 'Alternative Theories of Wage Determination and Unemployment in LDC's: The Labor Turnover Model' 13. Harold Hotelling (1931), 'The Economics of Exhaustible Resources' 14. Anthony Scott (1955), 'The Fishery: The Objectives of Sole Ownership' 15. William D. Nordhaus (1973), 'World Dynamics: Measurement without Data' Volume II: Contents General Introduction Introduction Part I: The Firms's Price Strategies in Alternative Market Structures Perfect Competition 1. Paul R. Milgrom and Robert J. Weber (1982), 'A Theory of Auctions and Competitive Bidding' 2. George J. Stigler (1957), 'Perfect Competition, Historically Contemplated' Monopolistic Competition 3. Dennis R. Capozza and Robert Van Order (1978), 'A Generalized Model of Spatial Competition' Oligopoly 4. Andrew Schotter and Gerhard Schwoediauer (1980), 'Economics and the Theory of Games: A Survey' 5. Timothy F. Bresnahan (1981), 'Duopoly Models With Consistent Conjectures' 6. Robert E. Kuenne (1980), 'Duopoly Reaction Functions Under Crippled Optimization Regimes' Part II: The Firm's Non-Price Competitive Strategies Advertising, Marketing and Promotion 7. William S. Comanor and Thomas A. Wilson (1979), 'The Effect of Advertising on Competition: A Survey' Product Differentiation 8. Avinash K. Dixit and Joseph E. Stiglitz (1977), 'Monopolistic Competition and Optimum Product Diversity' 9. Michael Spence (1976), 'Product Selection, Fixed Costs, and Monopolistic Competition' Product Quality and Innovation 10. Martin I Kamien and Nancy L. Schwartz (1975), 'Market Structure and Innovation: A Survey' Spatial Location 11. B. Curtis Eaton and Richard G. Lipsey (1975), 'The Principle of Minimum Differentiation Reconsidered: Some New Developments in the Theory of Spatial Competition. Part III: Information Flows Implications for the Behaviour of Firms and Markets 12. Jack Hirschleifer and John G. Riley (1979), 'The Analytics of Uncertainty and Information-An Expository Survey' 13. Michael Rothschild (1973), 'Models of Market Organization With Imperfect Information: A Survey' Part IV: Uncertainty Implications for the Behaviour of Agents and Markets 14. John W. Pratt (1964), 'Risk Aversion in the Small and in the Large' 15. Stephen A. Ross (1973), 'The Economic Theory of Agency: The Principal's Problem' 16. Kenneth J. Arrow (1963), 'Uncertainty and the Welfare Economics of Medical Care' Part V: Market Adjustment Mechanisms Cobweb Adjustments 17. Kenneth J. Arrow and William M. Capron (1959), 'Dynamic Shortages and Price Rises: The Engineer-Scientist Case' Volume III General Introduction Introduction Part I: Market Interaction: General Microeconomic Equilibrium Theory Measuring the Efficiency of the Perfectly Competitive Mar