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Allocation, Information and Markets

  • Editors
  • John Eatwell
  • Murray Milgate
  • Peter Newman

Part of the The New Palgrave book series (NPA)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Stanley Reiter
    Pages 1-30
  3. Charles Wilson
    Pages 31-34
  4. A. Postlewaite
    Pages 35-38
  5. Vernon L. Smith
    Pages 39-53
  6. Robert Wilson
    Pages 54-63
  7. Robert D. Cooter
    Pages 64-70
  8. E. Malinvaud
    Pages 71-76
  9. Steven N. S. Cheung
    Pages 77-82
  10. Robert Wilson
    Pages 83-93
  11. Vernon L. Smith
    Pages 94-111
  12. J.-J. Laffont
    Pages 112-116
  13. Edi Karni
    Pages 117-119
  14. Roger Guesnerie
    Pages 120-131
  15. Costas Azariadis
    Pages 132-140
  16. John O. Ledyard
    Pages 141-151
  17. Edward P. Lazear
    Pages 152-162
  18. Oliver Hart
    Pages 163-179
  19. Charles Wilson
    Pages 180-184
  20. John O. Ledyard
    Pages 185-190
  21. Roger B. Myerson
    Pages 191-206
  22. Y. Kotowitz
    Pages 207-213
  23. Sidney G. Winter
    Pages 214-222
  24. Thomas Marschak
    Pages 223-230
  25. Joseph E. Stiglitz
    Pages 241-253
  26. Agnar Sandmo
    Pages 254-266
  27. J.-J. Laffont
    Pages 267-270
  28. P. Diamond
    Pages 271-286
  29. John G. Riley
    Pages 287-294
  30. Roy Radner
    Pages 295-304
  31. Back Matter
    Pages 305-310

About this book

Introduction

This is an extract from the 4-volume dictionary of economics, a reference book which aims to define the subject of economics today. 1300 subject entries in the complete work cover the broad themes of economic theory. This volume concentrates on the topic of allocation information and markets.

Keywords

agents Coase theorem economic theory economics incomplete markets mechanism design methods

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