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Essays In The Economics Of Exhaustible Resources

Author : N.V. Long
ISBN : 9781483294957
Genre : Science
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Essays in the Economics of Exhaustible Resources

Essays In The Economics Of Exhaustible Resources

Author : Murray C. Kemp
ISBN : STANFORD:36105011671703
Genre : Business & Economics
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Journal Of International Economics

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ISBN : UCAL:B4945432
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Contributions To Economic Analysis

Author : Cornelis Zeelenberg
ISBN : 0444701028
Genre : Economics
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Contributions To Economic Analysis

Author : Roy Jacob Epstein
ISBN : 0444702679
Genre : Econometrics
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Contributions To Economic Analysis

Author : Johan A. Lybeck
ISBN : 0444704264
Genre : Comparative government
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The aim of this book is to explain the post-war growth of the public sector in a number of developed economies. The purpose is to see whether scientists familiar with their respective countries' institutional, political and economic framework, but still working as a group, can advance some common factors behind the growth of government.

Journal Of Economic Literature

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ISBN : UCSD:31822004348512
Genre : Economics
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Essays In Transportation Economics And Policy

Author : Jose A. Gomez-Ibanez
ISBN : 0815715692
Genre : Business & Economics
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This comprehensive survey of transportation economic policy pays homage to a classic work, Techniques of Transportation Planning, by renowned transportation scholar John R. Meyer. With contributions from leading economists in the field, it includes added emphasis on policy developments and analysis. The book covers the basic analytic methods used in transportation economics and policy analysis; focuses on the automobile, as both the mainstay of American transportation and the source of some of its most serious difficulties; covers key issues of urban public transportation; and analyzes the impact of regulation and deregulation on the U.S. airline, railroad, and trucking industries. In addition to the editors, the contributors are Alan A. Altshuler, Harvard University; Ronald R. Braeutigam, Northwestern University; Robert E. Gallamore, Union Pacific Railroad; Arnold M. Howitt, Harvard University; Gregory K. Ingram, The Wold Bank; John F. Kain, University of Texas at Dallas; Charles Lave, University of California, Irvine; Lester Lave, Carnegie Mellon University; Robert A. Leone, Boston University; Zhi Liu, The World Bank; Herbert Mohring, University of Minnesota; Steven A. Morrison, Northeastern University; Katherine M. O'Regan, Yale University; Don Pickrell, U.S. Department of Transportation; John M. Quigley, University of California, Berkeley; Ian Savage, Northwestern University; and Kenneth A. Small, University of California Irvine.

Economic Theory And Its History

Author : Giuseppe Freni
ISBN : 9781317286967
Genre : Business & Economics
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This collection brings together leading economists from around the world to explore key issues in economic analysis and the history of economic thought. This book deals with important themes in economics in terms of an approach that has its roots in the works of the classical economists from Adam Smith to David Ricardo. The chapters have been inspired by the work of Neri Salvadori, who has made key contributions in various areas including the theory of production, the theory of value and distribution, the theory of economic growth, as well as the theory of renewable and deplorable natural resources. The main themes in this book include production, value and distribution; endogenous economic growth; renewable and exhaustible natural resources; capital and profits; oligopolistic competition; effective demand and capacity utilization; financial regulation; and themes in the history of economic analysis. Several of the contributions are closely related to the works of Neri Salvadori. This is demonstrated with respect to important contemporary topics including the sources of economic growth, the role of exhaustible resources in economic development, the reduction and disposal of waste, the redistribution of income and wealth, and the regulation of an inherently unstable financial sector. All contributions are brand new, original and concise, written by leading exponents in their field of expertise. Together this volume represents an invaluable contribution to economic analysis and the history of economic thought. This book is suitable for those who study economic theory and its history, political economy as well as philosophy.

Economics For An Imperfect World

Author : Joseph E. Stiglitz
ISBN : 0262012057
Genre : Business & Economics
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Essays by leading economic thinkers reflecting the influence of 2001 Nobel Prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz.

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