Welfare, incentives, and Taxation Indian Edition

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9780195686500

Publication date:

25/09/2006

Hardback

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ISBN:

9780195686500

Publication date:

25/09/2006

Hardback

James A. Mirrlees

Suitable for: This volume will be a very useful read for anyone looking for a comprehensive picture of Mirrlees’ contribution to economics. Academic and professional economists, particularly those interested in welfare, development, and public sector economics, will find this collection invaluable.

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James A. Mirrlees

Description

Professor Mirrlees found a solution to one of the key problems in modern economic research dealing with asymmetric information, that is, where different decision-makers have different information. The solution given by him was so powerful that it has provided the basis, not only for the construction of taxation systems around the world today, but for our understanding of a whole range of other markets and systems. This volume brings together for the first time twenty-three of his seminal papers, published as well as unpublished, on welfare economics, tax theory, public expenditure, contract theory, growth theory, and development economics. The collection contains some of the most influential articles in economics in recent times.

James A. Mirrlees

James A. Mirrlees

James A. Mirrlees

James A. Mirrlees

Description

Professor Mirrlees found a solution to one of the key problems in modern economic research dealing with asymmetric information, that is, where different decision-makers have different information. The solution given by him was so powerful that it has provided the basis, not only for the construction of taxation systems around the world today, but for our understanding of a whole range of other markets and systems. This volume brings together for the first time twenty-three of his seminal papers, published as well as unpublished, on welfare economics, tax theory, public expenditure, contract theory, growth theory, and development economics. The collection contains some of the most influential articles in economics in recent times.

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