Trade, Technology and Economics: Essays in Honour of Richard G. Lipsey
Richard G. Lipsey, Buford Curtis Eaton, Richard G. Harris
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 1997 - Political Science - 340 pages
'Therefore, these four books published by Edward Elgar will be at the reference desks of all good economic libraries. In addition, the book on monopolistic competition and economic geography needs to enter all reading lists on the currently hottest topic in economics.' - Miroslav N. Jovanovic, Economia Internazionale 'In this careful selection of papers, some of the world's most influential economists of today reflect on areas to which Richard Lipsey has made fundamental contributions.' - Business Horizons Trade, Technology and Economics represents a careful selection of papers from some of the world's most influential economists of today reflecting areas in which Richard G. Lipsey has made fundamental contributions.
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