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Microeconomic theory International ed

Microeconomic theory International ed (7회 대출)

자료유형
단행본
개인저자
Luenberger, David G , 1937-.
서명 / 저자사항
Microeconomic theory / David G. Luenberger.
판사항
International ed.
발행사항
New York :   McGraw-Hill ,   c1995.  
형태사항
xviii, 486 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0070493138 (recycled paper)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 469-477) and index.
일반주제명
Microeconomics.
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CONTENTS
Preface = xv
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION = 1
  1.1 What Is Microeconomics? = 1
  1.2 The Elements of Microeconomics = 2
  1.3 Methods = 6
Chapter 2 PRODUCTION AND COST = 11
  Part Ⅰ PRODUCTION = 11
    2.1 Technology of Production = 11
    2.2 Production Possibility Sets = 14
    2.3 Transformation and Shortage Functions = 20
    2.4 Efficient Production = 21
    2.5 Production Functions = 22
    2.6 Linear Programming and Production Technologies = 27
    2.7 Production over Time = 30
  Part Ⅱ COST = 31
      2.8 The Cost Function = 31
      2.9 Short-Run Costs = 32
      2.10 Average and Marginal Costs = 34
      2.11 Long-Run Costs = 36
      2.12 Multiperiod Costs = 38
      2.13 Cost Functions and Input Prices = 38
      2.14 Conditional Factor Demand = 42
      2.15 Exercises = 44
      2.16 References = 49
Chapter 3 BEHAVIOR OF THE FIRM = 50
  3.1 Profit Maximization = 50
  3.2 The Basic Production Law = 52
  *3.3 Practical Pricing Methods = 55
  3.4 Perfect Competition = 58
  3.5 The Supply Function = 59
  3.6 Perfect Competition over Time = 65
  3.7 Equilibrium = 66
  3.8 Monopoly and Oligopoly = 66
  *3.9 Unconditional Factor Demand = 70
  3.10 The Profit Function = 72
  3.11 Duality and the Shortage Function = 77
  3.12 Exercises = 80
  3.13 References = 86
Chapter 4 INDIVIDUAL PREFERENCES = 88
  Part Ⅰ BASIC CONCEPTS = 88
    4.1 Individual Preferences = 88
    4.2 Preferences on R+ m = 91
    4.3 Prices and the Basic Consumer Problem = 101
    4.4 More Duality = 112
  Part Ⅱ ADDITIONAL CONCEPTS = 114
    4.5 Money as a Commodity = 114
    *4.6 Special Preference Structures = 116
    *4.7 Revealed Preference = 121
    4.8 Exercises = 125
    4.9 References = 128
Chapter 5 CONSUMER DEMAND = 130
  5.1 Demand Functions = 130
  5.2 Optimality Conditions = 131
  5.3 Qualitative Characterization of Demand = 137
  5.4 Duality and Demand Functions = 142
  5.5 Compensated Demand = 144
  5.6 The Slutsky Equation and Its Consequences = 147
  5.7 Consumer's Surplus and Willingness to Pay = 151
  *5.8 The Integrability Problem = 154
  *5.9 Multiple Constraints = 156
  *5.10 Aggregate Demand and the Gorman Form = 160
  5.11 Exercises = 161
  5.12 References = 167
Chapter 6 ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY = 168
  6.1 Efficient Allocations = 168
  6.2 Necessary Conditions for Consumers = 172
  6.3 The Edgeworth Box = 175
  6.4 Production Efficiency = 176
  6.5 Competitive Equilibria = 178
  *6.6 Social Welfare and Economic Efficiency = 186
  6.7 Benefits and the Zero-Maximum Principle = 188
  6.8 Surplus and the Zero-Minimum Principle = 194
  *6.9 Dual Pareto Efficiency = 197
  6.10 Exercises = 200
  6.11 References = 205
Chapter 7 GENERAL COMPETITIVE EQUILIBRIUM = 206
  Part Ⅰ BASIC THEORY = 207
    7.1 Exchange Economies = 207
    7.2 The Edgeworth Box and Equilibrium = 209
    7.3 Existence of Walrasian Equilibria = 210
    7.4 Examples of Equilibria = 215
    *7.5 Fixed Point Methods = 217
    7.6 Equilibria in a Productive Economy = 220
    7.7 Fundamental Existence Theorem = 224
    7.8 Excess Demand = 226
    7.9 The zero-Minimum Principle = 228
    7.10 The zero-Maximum Principle = 230
    7.11 Simple Equilibrium Principles = 231
    *7.12 Uniqueness of Equilibria = 233
    *7.13 Dynamics = 235
  Part Ⅱ SPECIAL MODELS = 238
    7.14 Quasi-Linear Models = 238
    7.15 Leontief Systems = 241
    *7.16 General Production Analysis = 244
    7.17 Exercises = 248
    7.18 References = 254
Chapter 8 GAME THEORY = 256
  8.1 Description of Games = 256
  8.2 Noncooperative Games = 262
  8.3 Nash Equilibrium Points = 265
  8.4 Subgames = 271
  8.5 Multistage Games = 273
  8.6 Cooperative Games = 276
  8.7 Characteristic Functions and Benefits = 278
  *8.8 The Core of an Exchange Economy = 280
  8.9 Exercises = 284
  8.10 References = 288
Chapter 9 PUBLIC GOODS AND EXTERNALITIES = 289
  Part Ⅰ PUBLIC GOODS = 290
      9.1 Public Goods and Pareto Efficiency = 290
      *9.2 Majority Voting = 294
      9.3 Lindahl Equilibria = 296
      9.4 Incentive-Compatible Revelation Procedures = 298
  Part Ⅱ EXTERNALITIES = 305
    9.5 Benefits and Externalities = 305
    9.6 Competitive Equilibria and Externalities = 312
    9.7 Correction Methods = 316
    9.8 Exercises = 323
    9.9 References = 329
Chapter 10 WELFARE AND SOCIAL CHOICE = 331
  Part Ⅰ WELFARE MEASURES = 332
    10.1 Income Distributions and Welfare = 332
    10.2 Individual Benefits = 333
    10.3 Individual Variations = 337
    10.4 Compensation Criteria = 342
    10.5 Prices and Welfare = 347
    10.6 Cost-Benefit Analysis = 349
    10.7 Social Utility Functions = 352
  Part Ⅱ SOCIAL CHOICE THEORY = 354
    10.8 Social Preference and Majority Voting = 354
    10.9 The Arrow Possibility Theorem = 358
    10.10 Social Choice Functions and Strategy = 363
    10.l1 Exercises = 367
    10.12 References = 372
Chapter 11 ECONOMIC OF UNCERTAINTY = 374
  Part Ⅰ PREFERENCES UNDER UNCERTAINTY = 375
    11.1 States = 375
    11.2 State-Indexed Commodities and Utility = 376
    11.3 Expected Utility = 383
    11.4 Existence of Expected-Value Utility Functions = 387
    11.5 Risk Aversion = 389
    11.6 Subjective Probability = 392
    *11.7 Utilities and Subjective Probability = 395
  Part Ⅱ MARKETS UNDER UNCERTAINTY = 398
    11.8 The Consumer and Uncertainty = 398
    11.9 The Role of the Securities Market = 400
    11.10 A Fuller Model = 404
    11.11 Production and Uncertainty = 405
    *11.12 Production and Securities = 407
    11.13 Multiperiod Models = 409
    11.14 Exercises = 411
    11.15 References = 414
Chapter 12 INFORMATION AND ECONOMICS = 416
  12.1 Information Structures = 416
  12.2 Information and Economic Structure = 419
  12.3 Adverse Selection = 423
  12.4 Market Signaling = 427
  *12.5 Information Equilibria = 429
  12.6 The Principal-Agent Problem = 432
  12.7 The Revelation Principle = 437
  12.8 Exercises = 441
  12.9 References = 444
Appendix A GENERAL ANALYSIS = 447
  A.1 Sets = 447
  A.2 Vectors and Matrices = 448
  A.3 Topological Concepts = 449
  A.4 Functions = 450
Appendix B CONVEXITY = 451
  B.1 Convex Sets = 451
  B.2 Separating Hyperplanes = 452
  B.3 Convex and Concave Functions = 455
Appendix C OPTIMIZATION = 458
  C.1 Basic Results = 458
  C.2 Linear Programming = 460
  C.3 General Nonlinear Problems = 460
  C.4 Parameterized Optimization Problems = 461
Appendix D COMPARATIVE STATICS = 464
  D.1 Duality = 464
  D.2 General Unconstrained Problems = 465
Appendix E POINT-TO-SET MAPPINGS = 467
Bibliography = 469
Index = 479

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