経済学の著名な図表<br>Famous Figures and Diagrams in Economics

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経済学の著名な図表
Famous Figures and Diagrams in Economics

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 488 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781849803151
  • DDC分類 330.1

基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2010. This book provides an account of the role of 58 figures or diagrams commonly used in economic theory, such as Phillips curve, the Kunznets curve and the Lorenz curve. These cover a large part of mainstream economic analysis, both microeconomics and macroeconomics and also general equilibrium theory.

Full Description

This is a unique account of the role played by 58 figures and diagrams commonly used in economic theory. These cover a large part of mainstream economic analysis, both microeconomics and macroeconomics and also general equilibrium theory. The authoritative contributors have produced a well-considered and definitive selection including some from empirical research such as the Phillips curve, the Kuznets curve and the Lorenz curve. Almost all of them are still found in contemporary textbooks and research. Each entry presents an accurate and concise record of the history of the figure or diagram, including later developments and any controversy that arose in its development. As a whole, the book highlights how the use of geometric methods has played a central part in the development of economic theory and analysis; as a method of discovery, more commonly as a method of exposition and occasionally as a method of proof of propositions in economic theory and analysis.

This highly anticipated book will appeal to theorists in microeconomics or macroeconomics, scholars of economic theory and analysis, as well as students in microeconomics, general equilibrium theory or macroeconomics at the advanced undergraduate or graduate level who want a definitive account of some figure or diagram. Historians of economic thought and methodologists will also find this book an invaluable resource.

Contributors: S. Ashok, R.E. Backhouse, W.J. Baumol, M. Blaug, R. Boyer, L. Cameron, J.S. Chipman, A.J. Cohen, J.S. Cramer, J. Creedy, A.V. Deardorff, R.W. Dimand, A. Dixit, R. Dixon, B.C. Eaton, J. Eichberger, N. Erkal, R. Färe, L. Gangadharan, N. Giocoli, Y. Giraud, S. Grosskopf, H. Haller, D.W. Hands, G.C. Harcourt, T.M. Humphrey, R.W. Jones, N. Kakwani, M. Kemp, J.E. King, A.O. Krueger, D. Laidler, C. Lee, R.G. Lipsey, P. Lloyd, F. Maclachlan, R. Middleton, M. Nerlove, Y.-K. Ng, A. Panagariya, P. Rodenburg, R. Rothschild, M. Schneider, H.-l. Shi, A. Skinner, B.J. Spencer, H. Thompson, J. Whalley, R. Williams, W.C. Woo, A.D. Woodland, W. Young

Contents

Contents:

Introduction
Mark Blaug and Peter Lloyd

PART I: SINGLE MARKET ANALYSIS (PARTIAL EQUILIBRIUM)

Basic Tools of Demand and Supply Curve Analysis

1. Marshallian Cross Diagrams
Thomas M. Humphrey

2. The Stability of Equilibrium
Mark Blaug

3. Indifference Curves and Isoquants
Mark Blaug and Peter Lloyd

4. The Elasticity of Substitution
Robert Dixon

5. Substitution and Income Effects
Hans Haller

6. Engel Curves
Ross Williams

7. Homothetic Production and Utility Functions
Rolf Färe and Shawna Grosskopf

8. Long-run and Short-run Cost Curves
Fiona Maclachlan

9. The Product Exhaustion Theorem
Cassey Lee

10. Classification of Technical Change
Robert Dixon

11. Nash Equilibrium
Jürgen Eichberger

Welfare Economics

12. Consumer Surplus
Yew-Kwang Ng

13. The Harberger Triangle
Yew-Kwang Ng

14. Community Indifference Curves and the Scitovsky 'Paradox'
Richard G. Lipsey

15. The Taxation of External Costs
Yew-Kwang Ng

16. Monopoly and Price Discrimination
William J. Baumol

17. Duopoly Reaction Curves
Nicola Giocoli

18. Monopolistic Competition
Andrew Skinner

19. Kinked Demand Curves
R. Rothschild

Special Markets and Topics

20. Backward-bending Labour Supply Curves
John E. King

21. Location Theory: The Contributions of von Thünen and Lösch
B. Curtis Eaton and Richard G. Lipsey

22. Hotelling's Model of Spatial Competition
Nisvan Erkal

23. Cobweb Diagrams
Marc Nerlove

24. Reswitching and Reversing in Capital Theory
Avi J. Cohen and Geoffrey C. Harcourt

25. The Markowitz Mean-variance Diagram
Fiona Maclachlan

26. Rent-seeking Diagrams
Anne O. Krueger

27. The Logistic Growth Curve
J.S. Cramer

28. Graph Theory and Networks
Cassey Lee

PART II: GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS

Basic Tools of General Equilibrium Analysis

29. Circular Flow Diagrams
Roger E. Backhouse and Yann Giraud

30. The Unit Simplex
John Whalley

31. The Edgeworth Box
John Creedy

32. The Role of Numbers in Competition
John Creedy

33. Production Possibility Frontiers
Ronald W. Jones

34. The Utility-Possibility Frontier
John S. Chipman

35. The Factor Price Frontier
Alan D. Woodland

36. Pareto Efficiency
Peter Lloyd

37. The Phase Diagram Technique for Analyzing the Stability of Multiple-market Equilibrium
D. Wade Hands

38. The Theory of Second Best and Third Best
Wai Chiu Woo

Open Economies

39. The Offer Curve
Murray Kemp

40. The Stolper-Samuelson Box
Henry Thompson

41. The Lerner Diagram
Alan V. Deardorff

42. The Trade Theory Diagram
Peter Lloyd

43. The Four-quadrant Diagram for the Two-sector Heckscher-Ohlin Model
Arvind Panagariya

44. The Integrated World Equilibrium Diagram
Avinash Dixit

45. The Optimal Tariff
Murray Kemp

PART III: MACROECONOMICS

Macroeconomic Analysis and Stabilisation

46. Keynesian Income Determination Diagrams
Michael Schneider

47. The IS-LM Diagram
Warren Young

48. The Fleming-Mundell Diagram
Russell Boyer and Warren Young

49. The Aggregate Demand Aggregate Supply Diagram
Richard G. Lipsey

50. The Phillips Curve
Richard G. Lipsey

51. The UV or Beveridge Curve
Peter Rodenburg

52. The Demand Curve for Money
David Laidler

53. Non-neutrality of Money
He-ling Shi

54. The Laffer Curve
Roger Middleton

Growth, Income Distribution and Other Topics

55. Intertemporal Utility Maximization - the Fisher Diagram
Thomas M. Humphrey

56. The Diagrams of the Solow-Swan Growth Model
Barbara J. Spencer and Robert W. Dimand

57. The Lorenz Curve
Nanak Kakwani

58. Kuznets Curves
Lisa Cameron, Lata Gangadharan and Sowmiya Ashok

Index