The Economics of Contracts
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BeschreibungA concise introduction to the theory of contracts, emphasizing basic tools that allow the reader to understand the main theoretical models; revised and updated throughout for this edition.
PortraitBernard Salanie is Professor of Economics at Columbia University. Formerly Director of CREST (Paris), he has taught at Ecole Polytechnique, Stanford University, the University of Chicago, and the Toulouse School of Economics. Salanie is the author of Microeconomics of Market Failures (2000) and The Economics of Contracts: A Primer (second edition, 2005), both published by the MIT Press.
Pressestimmen"Salanie provides a broad overview of the economics of contracts. Concision and clarity make the book an elegant introduction to the subject for newcomers. But it is also a useful reference for experienced students and researchers."--Roger Guesnerie, College de France "Salanie has written an elegant book, concise in its explanations and tightly focused on the most useful models and results of contract theory. His experience in both theory building and theory testing are plain to see in his sure-handed choices, which separate the chaff from the wheat in this huge and growing body of theory. I recommend this book highly to students and newcomers to the economic theory of contracts."--Paul Milgrom, Professor of Economics, Stanford University "The first edition of Salanie's book provided an insightful introduction to the modern economics of incentives and contracts. This second edition keeps up with recent advances while maintaining the emphasis on key ideas and intuitions. A great read."--Patrick Rey, IDEI, University of Toulouse
Untertitel: A Primer. 2 Rev ed. 25 illus. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MIT Press Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2005
Seitenanzahl: 224 Seiten