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Welfare and Competition - Tibor Scitovsky Scitovsky, Tibor
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Welfare and Competition - Paperback

2003, ISBN: 9780415314091

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Paperback, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge), BRAND NEW PAPERBACK 8.504 by 5.433 inches. This book is printed on demand. (allow 1-2 weeks for printing) (472 pages) dealing with general economic theory, other than employment theory, the book discusses the theory of pure and monopolistic competition-with a special emphasis upon welfare aspects. beginning with an analysis of the consumer and of the individual firm, the main stress is nevertheless placed on the analysis of the economic system as a whole. part 1 introduction 1. the subject matter of economics 2. the market 1. isolated bargaining 2. competitive bargaining 3. perfect competition 4. pr1ce setting 5. the types of competition among pr1ce makers 6. bilateral monopoly 7. trade on prescribed terms part 2 the pr1ce taker's behavour and perfect competition 3. the consumer 1. the indifference map 2. the income-consumption curve 3. the pr1ce-consumption curve 4. complementary and substitutability 5. the importance of time and habit 4. the consumers' market and the notion of economic efficiency 1. the efficiency of distribution 2. equity and efficiency note to chapter 4: productivity efficiency and the size of the national product 5. the worker and the efficiency of the labour market 1. the worker's choice between work and leisure 1a. the income-offer curve 1b. the pr1ce-offer curve 2. allocation of work within one occupation 3. the worker's choice of occupation 4. the specialization among workers 5. an alternative approach 6. the distribution of income paid for personal services 6. the firm 1. the production function 7. the firm (continued): the market behavour of the firm 1. the combination of productive factors 2. the determination of the firm's output 3. the combination of products 4. the firm's offer of products 5. technical complementarity and substitutability 6. the firm's demand for factors note to chapter 7: the entrepreneur 8. the efficiency of production 1. the technological efficiency of the firm 2. the technological efficiency of the industry 2a. the efficient allocation within the industry 2b. the average technological efficiency of the industry's members 3. the economic efficiency of the firm 3a. the efficient combination of products 3b. the efficient combination of factors 3c. the efficient rate of production 3d. the general case 4. the economic efficiency of the industry 5. the economic efficiency of allocation between industries 6. the general efficiency of the perfectly competitive economy note to chapter 8: the distinction between social and private marginal value and product 9. capital 1. entrepreneursh1p as a factor limiting the size of the firm 2. capital as a factor of production 2a. the willingness to borrow 2b. the willingness to lend 3. capital as a factor of production 4. the investment policy of the firm 5. the allocation of capital 6. the scarcity of capital and its remuneration 10. the stability of perfect competition 1. the subject matter of dynamic economics 2. stability and dynamic efficiency 3. speculation part 3 the pr1ce maker's behaivour and free competition 11. the principles of the pr1ce maker's behaivour 1. the seller 2. the buyer 12. the stability of the pr1ce maker's behaviour 1. the stabilizing factors 2. the cost of change 2a. adaptation to a permanently changed situation 2b. adaptation to transitory changes 3. the indivisibility of productive resources 3a. adaptation to a permanently change situation 3b. adaptation to transitory changes 4. the turnover leg 4a. adaptation to a permanently change situation 4b. adaptation to transitory changes 5. the planning period 13. the profit margin 1. the pr1ce elasticity of the market 2. the problem of estimation 3. the other aspect of the pr1ce maker's market offer 14. the cost of production 1. the cost of elements 2. the cost basis of the producer's market offer 3. the cost basis of the producer's expansion policy 15. the conditions of free competition 1. factors favourable to competition 1a the competitive spirit 1b large numbers, similarity of size and changing membersh1p 1c..., This book is printed on demand. (allow 1-2 weeks for printing) (472 pages) dealing with general economic theory, other than employment theory, the book discusses the theory of pure and monopolistic competition-with a special emphasis upon welfare aspects. beginning with an analysis of the consumer and of the individual firm, the main stress is nevertheless placed on the analysis of the economic system as a whole. part 1 introduction 1. the subject matter of economics 2. the market 1. isolated bargaining 2. competitive bargaining 3. perfect competition 4. pr1ce setting 5. the types of competition among pr1ce makers 6. bilateral monopoly 7. trade on prescribed terms part 2 the pr1ce taker's behavour and perfect competition 3. the consumer 1. the indifference map 2. the income-consumption curve 3. the pr1ce-consumption curve 4. complementary and substitutability 5. the importance of time and habit 4. the consumers' market and the notion of economic efficiency 1. the efficiency of distribution 2. equity and efficiency note to chapter 4: productivity efficiency and the size of the national product 5. the worker and the efficiency of the labour market 1. the worker's choice between work and leisure 1a. the income-offer curve 1b. the pr1ce-offer curve 2. allocation of work within one occupation 3. the worker's choice of occupation 4. the specialization among workers 5. an alternative approach 6. the distribution of income paid for personal services 6. the firm 1. the production function 7. the firm (continued): the market behavour of the firm 1. the combination of productive factors 2. the determination of the firm's output 3. the combination of products 4. the firm's offer of products 5. technical complementarity and substitutability 6. the firm's demand for factors note to chapter 7: the entrepreneur 8. the efficiency of production 1. the technological efficiency of the firm 2. the technological efficiency of the industry 2a. the efficient allocation within the industry 2b. the average technological efficiency of the industry's members 3. the economic efficiency of the firm 3a. the efficient combination of products 3b. the efficient combination of factors 3c. the efficient rate of production 3d. the general case 4. the economic efficiency of the industry 5. the economic efficiency of allocation between industries 6. the general efficiency of the perfectly competitive economy note to chapter 8: the distinction between social and private marginal value and product 9. capital 1. entrepreneursh1p as a factor limiting the size of the firm 2. capital as a factor of production 2a. the willingness to borrow 2b. the willingness to lend 3. capital as a factor of production 4. the investment policy of the firm 5. the allocation of capital 6. the scarcity of capital and its remuneration 10. the stability of perfect competition 1. the subject matter of dynamic economics 2. stability and dynamic efficiency 3. speculation part 3 the pr1ce maker's behaivour and free competition 11. the principles of the pr1ce maker's behaivour 1. the seller 2. the buyer 12. the stability of the pr1ce maker's behaviour 1. the stabilizing factors 2. the cost of change 2a. adaptation to a permanently changed situation 2b. adaptation to transitory changes 3. the indivisibility of productive resources 3a. adaptation to a permanently change situation 3b. adaptation to transitory changes 4. the turnover leg 4a. adaptation to a permanently change situation 4b. adaptation to transitory changes 5. the planning period 13. the profit margin 1. the pr1ce elasticity of the market 2. the problem of estimation 3. the other aspect of the pr1ce maker's market offer 14. the cost of production 1. the cost of elements 2. the cost basis of the producer's market offer 3. the cost basis of the producer's expansion policy 15. the conditions of free competition 1. factors favourable to competition 1a the competitive spirit 1b large numbers, similarity of size and changing membersh1p 1c..., 8.504 by 5.433 inches., EUR

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Welfare and Competition: The Economics of a Fully Employed Economy

Dealing with general economic theory, this book discusses the theory of pure and monopolistic competition - with an emphasis upon welfare aspects. Beginning with an analysis of the consumer and of the individual firm, the main stress is placed on the analysis of the economic system as a whole.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415314091
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415314097
Hardcover
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Publishing year: 2003
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
457 Pages
Weight: 0,630 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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