Modelling and Decisions in Economics: Essays in Honor of Franz Ferschl by Ulrike Leopold-WildburgerModelling and Decisions in Economics: Essays in Honor of Franz Ferschl by Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger

Modelling and Decisions in Economics: Essays in Honor of Franz Ferschl

byUlrike Leopold-Wildburger

Paperback | October 19, 2010

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This book provides insights that are useful for people with interests in Operations Research, statistics and econometrics. Each contribution offers a snapshot out from interesting topics. The relationships and interconnectivities between decisions and models from different economic fields lead to a better understanding of the modern field of Operations Research. The book focuses on modelling as an activity rather than on techniques and programming. Divided into three parts, part one provides decision theoretical models, part two provides several theoretical and empirical papers concerning statistics and econometrics. Finally, part three provides an up-to-date account of Operations Research.
Title:Modelling and Decisions in Economics: Essays in Honor of Franz FerschlFormat:PaperbackDimensions:298 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3790824623

ISBN - 13:9783790824629

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Decision Theory: Wilhelm Krelle: Some Ideas on Economics and Ethics; Christoph Schneeweiß: Ethics and Operations Research; Georg C. Pflug: How to Measure Risk?; Lutz Beinsen: On the Question of Speculation in Favour of or Against the Euro Before Its Start; Hans Schneeweiß: Resolving the Ellsberg Paradox by Assuming that People Evaluate Repetitive Sampling.- Statistics and Econometrics: Shuangzhe Liu, Wolfgang Polasek: Maximum Likelihood Estimation for the VAR-VARCH Model: A New Approach; Gerhart Bruckmann: A Note on the Herfindahl Index of Concentration; Helmut Beran: A Generalization and Optimization of a Measure of Diversity; Harald Schmidbauer, Angi Rösch: A Subjective Bayes Approach to the Queueing SystemM/Ek/c; Carola Kratzer, Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger: Cooperation as the Stimulating Power for the Austrian Automobile Industry - Results of an Empirical Study.- Operations Research: Klaus-Peter Kistner: Lot Sizing and Queuing Models. Some Remarks on KARMARKAR'S Model; Karl Indefurth, Thomas Jensen: Analysis of MRP Policies with Recovery Options; Martin J. Beckmann: Bidding for Research Funds; Günter Fandel, Michael Lorth: Separate versus Joint Inventories when Customer Demands are Stochastic; Reinhard Neck: Optimal Macroeconomic Policies with and without the Monetary Instrument; Gustav Feichtinger: Dynamic Economic Models of Optimal Law Enforcement.