Economics Beyond the Millennium by Alan P. KirmanEconomics Beyond the Millennium by Alan P. Kirman

Economics Beyond the Millennium

EditorAlan P. Kirman, Louis-Andre Gerard-Varet

Hardcover | August 1, 1998

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Economics: Beyond the Millennium contains articles by leading authorities in various fields of economic theory and econometrics, each of whom gives an account of the current state of the art in their own field and indicate the direction that they think it will take in the next ten years. The fields covered are grouped into three categories: the microfoundations of macroeconomics, where Malinvaud evaluates the theory of resource allocation and Hildenbrand examines the empirical content of economic thories; markets and and organizations, where both Gabszewicz and D'Aspremont et al.look at imperfect competition and general equilibrium, Scotchmer and Thiess consider spatial economics, Ponssard the future of managerial economics, while Van Damme looks at the next stage of game theory; and econometrics, where Gourieroux reviews econometric modelling in general, Maravall looks attime series, Lubrand and Bauwens examine Bayesian analysis, and Blundell looks at the rapidly expanding area of microeconometrics.
Alan P. Kirman is a Professor of Economics at Universite Aix-Marseille III; Directeur d'Etudes, EHESS and Membre de L'Institut Universitaire de France. Louis-Andre Gerard-Varet is a Directeur d'Etudes at the EHESS.
Title:Economics Beyond the MillenniumFormat:HardcoverPublished:August 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198292112

ISBN - 13:9780198292111


Table of Contents

Alan P. Kirman, Louis-Andre Gerard-Varet, and Michele Ruggiero: IntroductionPart I Microeconomic Foundations of MacroeconomicsPhillippe Michel: Introduction to Part I1. Alan P. Kirman: The Evolution of Economic Theory2. Edmond Malinvaud: The Theory of Prices and Resource Allocation3. Werner Hildenbrand: On the Empirical Content of Economic Theories4. Jacques Dreze and Heraklis Polemarchakis: Money and Monetary Policy in General Equilibrium5. Patrick Artus: Endogenous Growth: Which Are the Important Factors?Part II Markets and OrganizationMargaret E. Slade: Introduction to Part II6. Jean J. Gabszewicz: General Equilibrium Economics: Allowing for Imperfect Competition7. Clause d'Aspremont, Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira, and Louis-Andre Gerard-Varet: Imperfect Competition and General Equilibrium: A New Approach8. Suzanne Scotchmer and Jacques-Francois Thisse: Space and Value9. Jean-Pierre Ponssard and Herve Tanguy: The Future of Managerial Economics10. Eric van Damme: Game Theory: The Next StagePart III Issues in EconometricsRussell Davidson: Introduction to Part III11. Cristian Gourieroux: Econometric Modelling: Methodologies and Interpretations12. Agustin Maravall: Short-Term Analysis of Macroeconomic Time Series13. Luc Bauwens and Michel Lubrano: Trends and Breaking Points in the Bayesian Econometric Literature14. Richard Blundell: Microeconometrics: The Large Data Set RevolutionIndex