Essays in Mathematical Economics, in Honor of Oskar Morgenstern

Essays in Mathematical Economics, in Honor of Oskar Morgenstern

by Martin Shubik


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Professor Morgenstern's deep interests in economic time series and problems of measurement are represented by path-breaking articles devoted to the application of modern statistical analysis to temporal economic data.

Originally published in 1967.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780691623542
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 12/08/2015
Series: Princeton Legacy Library , #2174
Pages: 496
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.40(d)

Table of Contents

  • Frontmatter, pg. i
  • The Contribution of Oskar Morgenstern, pg. vii
  • A Bibliography of the Work of Oskar Morgenstern, pg. ix
  • Contents, pg. xix
  • Chapter 1. A Survey of Cooperative Games Without Side Payments, pg. 3
  • Chapter 2. On Games of Fair Division, pg. 29
  • Chapter 3. Existence of Stable Payoff Configurations for Cooperative Games, pg. 39
  • CHAPTER 4 Existence Theorem for the Bargaining Set M1(i), pg. 53
  • Chapter 5. On Solutions That Exclude One or More Players, pg. 57
  • Chapter 6. Concepts and Theories of Pure Competition, pg. 63
  • Chapter 7. A Property and a Use of Output Coefficients of a Leontief Model, pg. 83
  • Chapter 8. Some Approaches to the Solution of Large-Scale Combinatorial Problems, pg. 91
  • Chapter 9. Minimaxing and Optimal Programming, pg. 105
  • Chapter 10. Alternate Prior Distributions in Statistical Decision Theory, pg. 115
  • Chapter 11. Smoothing in Inventory Processes, pg. 131
  • Chapter 12. A Bayesian Approach to Team Decision Problems, pg. 149
  • Chapter 13. Capital Flexibility and Long Run Cost under Stationary Uncertainty, pg. 171
  • Chapter 14. The Ricardo Effect in the Point Input-Point Output Case, pg. 191
  • Chapter 15. The Economics of Uncertainty, pg. 197
  • Chapter 16. The Role of Uncertainty in Economics, pg. 211
  • Chapter 17. Changing Utility Functions, pg. 233
  • Chapter 18. Subjective Probability Derived from the Morgenstern-von Neumann Utility Concept, pg. 237
  • Chapter 19. Some Notes on Oligopoly Theory and Experiments, pg. 255
  • Chapter 20. The Role of Economics in Management Science, pg. 283
  • Chapter 21. Competition of American and Japanese Textiles in the World Market: An Empirical Test of the Theory of Comparative Cost, pg. 299
  • Chapter 22. Moderating Economic Fluctuations in the Underdeveloped Areas, pg. 313
  • Chapter 23. The Cost of Living Index, pg. 335
  • Chapter 24. A Spectrum Analysis of Seasonal Adjustment, pg. 367
  • Chapter 25. New Techniques for Analyzing Economic Time Series and Their Place in Econometrics, pg. 423
  • Chapter 26. A Theory of the Pseudospectrum and Its Application to Nonstationary Dynamic Econometric Models, pg. 443
  • Chapter 27. New Formulas for Making Price and Quantity Index Numbers, pg. 467

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