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Trade, Technology and Economics
Essays in Honour of Richard G. Lipsey
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 Lipsey has made fundamental contributions.
This important volume pays tribute to Richard Lipsey, who has established a major international reputation through his wide ranging contribution to economics. Focusing on certain aspects of his work, the issues explored within the volume include: the theory of second best; unemployment, inflation and the Phillips Curve; trade theory, customs unions and the growth of the global economy; strategic behaviour in an exchange economy; competition and strategic choice of technology to support collusive oligopoly equilibria and property rights and technology.
This collection of outstanding papers, written by a distinguished group of scholars - including Mark Blaug, Richard G. Harris, Kelvin Lancaster, David Card, David Laidler, R.J. Wonnacott and Michael Parkin - reflects the high esteem in which Richard Lipsey is held.
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`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