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The concept of equilibrium is of enormous significance in economics and is central to economic analysis. Volume I provides historical perspectives on the origins, development and criticisms of the idea of economic equilibrium and explains the meaning of modern equilibrium theory and the methods and techniques that are used. Volume II presents the classic literature on perfectly competitive equilibrium and the important models that explore equilibrium in imperfectly competitive markets. Volume III reveals the variety of recent developments and applications of the equilibrium concept, including stationary, temporary, underemployment, growth, rational expectations, Bayesian, and cooperative and non-cooperative game theoretic equilibrium. This important and comprehensive reference collection is essential reading for all microeconomic and macroeconomic theorists and students.
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Edited by Donald A. Walker, University Professor and Professor of Economics, Emeritus, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, US


Contents: Volume I: Acknowledgements * Introduction Part I: Historical Perspectives 1. Kenneth J. Arrow and F.H. Hahn (1971), 'Historical Introduction' 2. M.L. Myers (1976), 'Adam Smith's Concept of Equilibrium' 3. Peter Flaschel and Willi Semmler (1987), 'Classical and Neoclassical Competitive Adjustment Processes' 4. D.J. Harris (1991), 'Equilibrium and Stability in Classical Theory' 5. Jean Magnan de Bornier (1992), 'The "Cournot-Bertrand Debate": A Historical Perspective' Part II: Criticisms of the Equilibrium Concept 6. Fritz Machlup (1991), 'Equilibrium and Disequilibrium: Misplaced Concreteness and Disguised Politics' 7. Nicholas Kaldor (1972), 'The Irrelevance of Equilibrium Economics' 8. Joan Robinson (1974), 'History Versus Equilibrium' 9. Nicholas Kaldor (1975), 'What Is Wrong With Economic Theory' 10. Nicholas Kaldor (1979), 'Equilibrium Theory and Growth Theory' 11. Jack Wiseman (1989), 'General Equilibrium or Market Process: An Evaluation' 12. Meyer Burstein (1991), 'History versus Equilibrium: Joan Robinson and Time in Economics' 13. Krishna Bharadwaj (1991), 'History versus Equilibrium' 14. Charles C. Fischer (1993), 'On The "Stickiness" Of The Economic Equilibrium Paradigm: Causes of Its Durability' 15. Mark Blaug (1997), 'Competition as an End-State and Competition as a Process' Part III: Meaning and Concepts of Modern Economic Equilibrium Theory 16. Gerard Debreu (1962), 'New Concepts and Techniques for Equilibrium Analysis' 17. John S. Chipman (1965), 'The Nature and Meaning of Equilibrium in Economic Theory' 18. F.H. Hahn (1973), excerpt from On the Notion of Equilibrium in Economics 19. Kenneth J. Arrow (1974), 'General Economic Equilibrium: Purpose, Analytic Techniques, Collective Choice' 20. Alan Coddington (1975), 'The Rationale of General Equilibrium Theory' 21. Stephen Smale (1976), 'Dynamics in General Equilibrium Theory' 22. John F. Henry (1983-84), 'On Equilibrium' 23. Frank Hahn (1984), 'Introduction' 24. M.H.I. Dore (1984-85), 'On the Concept of Equilibrium' 25. Thomas Frank Kompas (1985), 'Traditional Notions of Equilibrium Reconsidered' 26. Jacques Henry (1987), 'Equilibrium as a Process' 27. Martin J. Beckmann (1990), 'The Meaning of General Equilibrium' 28. Giovanni Caravale (1994), 'Updating an Old Question: Prices and Quantities' 29. Paul Milgrom and John Roberts (1994), 'Comparing Equilibria' 30. Christian Bidard and Guido Erreygers (1998), 'The Number and Type of Long-term Equilibria' Name Index Volume II: Part I: Perfectly Competitive Equilibrium in Virtual Models A Existence 1. E. Roy Weintraub (1983), 'On the Existence of a Competitive Equilibrium: 1930-54' 2. John H. Boyd III and Lionel W. McKenzie (1993), 'The Existence of Competitive Equilibrium over an Infinite Horizon with Production and General Consumption Sets' 3. Paulo Klinger Monteiro (1994), 'Inada's Condition Implies Equilibrium Existence Is Rare' 4. Kam-Chau Wong (1997), 'Excess Demand Functions, Equilibrium Prices, and Existence of Equilibrium' 5. Donald A. Walker (1997), 'New Perspectives on the Existence of Equilibrium' B Uniqueness 6. Gerard Debreu (1970), 'Economies With a Finite Set of Equilibria' 7. Yves Balasko (1975), 'Some Results on Uniqueness and on Stability of Equilibrium in General Equilibrium Theory' 8. Timothy J. Kehoe (1985), 'Multiplicity of Equilibria and Comparative Statics' 9. Anjan Mukherji (1997), 'On the Uniqueness of Competitive Equilibrium' C Stability 10. Kenneth J. Arrow and Leonid Hurwicz (1960), 'Competitive Stability Under Weak Gross Substitutability: The "Euclidean Distance" Approach' 11. Kenneth J. Arrow and Leonid Hurwicz (1962), 'Competitive Stability Under Weak Gross Substitutability: Nonlinear Price Adjustment and Adaptive Expectations' 12. Takashi Negishi (1962), 'The Stability of a Competitive Economy: A Survey Article' 13. M.G. Allingham (1974), 'Equilibrium and Stability' 14. Michael J.P. Magill (19