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Price Theory and Applications: Decisions, Markets, and Information

Price Theory and Applications

Decisions, Markets, and Information

US$51.50

This seventh edition of the book offers extensive discussion of information, uncertainty, and game...

The Great Wave: Price Revolutions and the Rhythm of History

The Great Wave

Price Revolutions and the Rhythm of History

US$20.99

David Hackett Fischer has gained a reputation for making history come alive--even stories as...

Asset Pricing for Dynamic Economies
US$41.50

An introduction to general equilibrium modeling in macroeconomics and finance with an emphasis on...

Price and Quantity Index Numbers: Models for Measuring Aggregate Change and Difference

Price and Quantity Index Numbers

Models for Measuring Aggregate Change and Difference

US$33.99

This book is the first comprehensive text on index number theory since Irving Fisher's 1922 The...

Dynamic Asset Pricing Theory: Third Edition
US$118.30

This is a thoroughly updated edition of Dynamic Asset Pricing Theory , the standard text for...

Post Keynesian Price Theory
US$56.50

This book sets out the foundations of post-Keynesian price theory.

Prices, Food and Wages in Scotland, 1550–1780
US$31.50

This 1994 book is a major work in early modern and pre-industrial economic and social history.

Changing Values in Medieval Scotland: A Study of Prices, Money, and Weights and Measures

Changing Values in Medieval Scotland

A Study of Prices, Money, and Weights and Measures

US$41.50

This 1995 book is a full-scale study of prices in medieval Scotland, c.1260–1542.

Prices, Profits and Rhythms of Accumulation
US$62.99

Offers re-evaluation of the relationship between processes of accumulation and aspects of...

The Price is Wrong: Understanding What Makes a Price Seem Fair and the True Cost of Unfair Pricing

The Price is Wrong

Understanding What Makes a Price Seem Fair and the True Cost of Unfair Pricing

Wiley (2007)
US$28.99

Fair pricing is an issue that affects us all, whether we?re consumers or merchants. Throughout her...