The Economics of missing markets, information, and games

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Frank Hahu
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 1989 - Business & Economics - 511 pages
This collection of papers is the result of a Cambridge University study of the consequences of missing markets, asymmetric information, market-dependent information, strategic market situations, and the role of quantity signals. The contributors also consider the behavior of overlapping generation models and their macroeconomic implications, providing a useful reference text on most of the main issues of current interest to economic theorists.

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Contents

introduction Frank Hahn
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OUTOFEQUILIBRIUM BELIEFS AND OUTOFEQUILIBRIUM
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THE ROLE OF COMMON KNOWLEDGE ASSUMPTIONS IN GAME
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About the author (1989)

Frank Hahn is Professor Ordinario, University of Siena, Professor Emeritus of Cambridge University, and Fellow of Churchill College.

Robert Solow is Institute Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received the Nobel Prize in economics in 1987 for his macroeconomic research linking technology and growth.

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