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- Springer US 2004; US$ 349.00
Preface. 14. Alternatives to Expected Utility: Foundations; R. Sugden. 15. Alternatives to Expected Utility: Formal Theories; U. Schmidt. 16. State-Dependent Utility and Decision Theory; J.H. Drèze, A. Rustichini. 17. Ranking Sets of Objects; S. Barberà, W. Bossert, P.K. Pattanaik. 18. Expected Utility in Non-Cooperative Game Theory; P.J. Hammond.... more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2007; US$ 159.00
The utility maximization paradigm forms the basis of many economic, psychological, cognitive and behavioral models. However, numerous examples have revealed the deficiencies of the concept. This book helps to overcome those deficiencies by taking into account insensitivity of measurement threshold and context of choice. The second edition has been... more...
- Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung 2015; US$ 1.90
Eine Gesellschaft, die mit dem Thema Migration anders umgehen will als bisher, muss ihr Selbstverständnis ändern. Wie könnte ein neues Paradigma der Migrationsgestaltung aussehen? Und wie kann Deutschland zu einer offenen und gerechten Gesellschaft werden? Der vorliegende E-Book-Reader ergänzt die Schwerpunktausgabe »Migration« unseres Magazins change... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 54.95
The concept of 'marginal value' is critical to the emergence of neo-classical economics. This volume is divided into sections on: Book I: Utility (Disutility of labour, Utility and Wants, Direct and Indirect Utility, Utility Equations, Subjective Price) Book II: Value and Market (Objective Price, Markets, Value) Book III: Relations of Subjective... more...
- Springer 2008; US$ 139.00
This monograph presents a general equilibrium methodology for microeconomic policy analysis intended to serve as an alternative to the now classical, axiomatic general equilibrium theory as exposited in Debreus Theory of Value(1959) or Arrow and Hahns General Competitive Analysis(1971).The methodology proposed in this monograph does not presume the... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2013; US$ 139.95
This book brings together experts in the fields of migration, ethnicity and diversity from across Europe to examine patterns of residential mobility of minorities, and to synthesise key themes, theories and methods. The analyses presented make important contributions to theories of migration and minority integration and may inform policies that aim... more...
- University of Wales Press 2011; US$ 45.00
Was migration from Victorian Cardiganshire simply a flight from rural poverty? This book relates the rate and timing of the outward movements from the county in the nineteenth century to the prevailing social and economic conditions. It provides insights into the motivations for and factors involved in migration; and using contemporary source material... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 54.95
Exploring the origins and development of the labour theory of value, Peter Dooley examines its emergence from the natural law philosopher of the sixteenth and seventeenth century and its domination of the classical school of economics. This book will prove to be essential reading for all students of the history of economics. more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2012; US$ 40.00
Those who need to migrate the most - perhaps due to low paid or insecure jobs - tend to actually migrate the least, while those who need to migrate the least - for example those who have secure, well-paid jobs - tend to actually migrate the most. This is one of the many paradoxes about internal migration in Britain that are explored in this topical... more...