Economic Analysis of Markets and Games: Essays in Honor of Frank Hahn
- Partha Dasgupta() (University of Cambridge)Douglas Gale() (New York University)Oliver Hart() (Harvard University)Eric Maskin() (Princeton University)Registered editor(s):
These original essays focus on a wide range of topics related to Frank Hahn's distinguished work in economics. Ranging from market analysis and game theory to the microeconomic foundations of macroeconomics and from equilibrium and optimality with missing markets to economics and society, they reflect the diversity of modern research in economic theory. What distinguishes Hahn's work and many of the essays in this book is that the motivation often comes from practical concerns about unemployment, savings and investment, poverty, or the stability of markets.
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