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Quantitative Economic Theory: A Synthetic Approach

Brems, Hans

Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1968
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. xv, 514 pp, preface, acknowledgments, Introduction on Method and Scope; Part 1. Household Equilibrium: 1.The Utility Function; 2. How to Derive a Demand Function from a Utility Function; 3. Generalization: Optimum Consumption; 4. Optimum Replacement of Consumer Durables; 5. How to Derive a Supply-of-Labor Function from a Utility Function; 6. How to Derive a Supply-of-Saving Function from a Utility Function. Part 2. Firm Equilibrium: 7. The Demand Faced by the Firm; 8. The Production Function; 9. How to Derive a Cost Function from a Production Function; 10. Cost and Indivisibility; 11. Optimum Output; 12. Optimum Input and Output: Neoclassical Model; 13. Optimum Input and Output: Linear Prograpmming; 14. Optimum Quality of Output; 15. Optimum Period of Production; 16. Optimum Quality of Capital Goods; 17. Optimum Replacement of Capital Goods. Part 3. Industry Equilibrium: 18. Industry Equilibrium under Pure Competition; 19. Nonpure Competition; 20. Duopoly Price in the Absence of Product Differentiation; 21 Duopoly Price under Product Differentiation; 22. Duopoly Quality of Output; 23. Labor- Management Bargaining. Part 4. General Equilibrium: 24. An Austrian Model without Capital; 25. One-Country General Equilibrium; 26. Two-Country General Equilibrium; 27. An Austrian Model of Labor and Capital; 28. The Equilibrium Rate of Interest in a Stationary Economy; 29. The Static Open Leontief Model; 30. The Static Closed Leontief Model; 31. The Dynamic Open Leontief Model; 32. The von Neumann Model. Part 5. Aggregate Equilibrium Levels: 33. The Aggregate Consumption Function; 34. A Truncated Keynesian Model; 35. The Complete Keynesian Model; 36. A Keynesian Two-Country Model; 37. A Keynesian Model of Fiscal Policy; 38. Labor and Capital in a Keynesian Model. Part 6. Aggregate Equilibrium Time Paths: 39.The Wicksellian Model of Inflation; 40. Keynesian Models of Inflation; 41. Suppressed Inflation; 42. The One-Country Harrod-Domar Model of Growth; 43. The Differential Equations of the Harrod-Domar Model; 44. A Two- Country Harrod-Domar Model of Growth; 45. Labor and Capital in a Cobb- Douglas Model; 46. The Differential Equations of teh Cobb-Douglas Model; 47. A Two-Country Cobb-Douglas Model; 48. The Equilibrium Rate of INterest in a Vintage Model of Growth; index. First Edition, 1968. "This book has a two-fold emphasis. As far as method is concerned, the emphasis is on solvability: all models presented are solvable, and solved. Simple, explicit assumptions are given, and only elementary mathematics is necessary. As far as scope is concerned, the emphasis is on synthesis: the author builds from simple models to households, firms and industries to more complex models of general economic equilibrium. Similarly, both micro and macro economic theory, the latter being built upon the former, are covered. Capital and interest theory and international trade theory are treated fully." Not Price Clipped. Minor edge wear to dj with a few small lighly rubbed spot to front panel of same. Thin small name plate with 2" + magic marker line-out at top edge ffep with only the faintest edge wear, else, Pristine. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Blue cloth. Size: Large 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 001499

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Title: Quantitative Economic Theory: A Synthetic ...

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York

Publication Date: 1968

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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