Economics and Language
This online text is a collection of five essays examining the relationships between economics and language. These essays are extended versions of the Churchill lectures delivered by Ariel Rubinstein in May 1998. Among other issues, these essays examine the relationship between mathematical language and natural language in economic analysis.
|This book is provided by SUNY-Oswego, Department of Economics in its series Online economics textbooks with number lang1 and published in 2000.|
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