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world scientific connecting great minds new notable titles in macroeconomics microeconomics nobel laureate contract governance and transaction cost economics by oliver e williamson uc berkeley edited by gengxuan chen contract and economic organization research center sichuan academy of social sciences uc berkeley this book brings together a collection of papers on transaction cost economics by nobel laureate professor oliver e williamson the applications of transaction cost economics are extensive ranging from the field of industrial organization and applied fields of economics such as labor public finance comparative economic systems and economic development to the business fields of strategy organizational behavior marketing finance operations management and accounting in short as williamson states “any problem that originates as or can be reformulated as a contracting problem can be examined to advantage in transaction cost economizing terms.” the editor of this

new notable titles in macroeconomics microeconomics foundations of the theory of general equilibrium world scientific studies in international economics international macroeconomic interdependence 2nd edition by yves balasko university of york uk by paul r bergin uc davis how does globalization in goods and asset markets alter the nature of economic recessions and the choices facing macroeconomic policy makers this volume presents empirical and theoretical contributions of economist paul bergin to this vital question these theoretical concepts can shed light on the great recession of the last decade which has been referred to as the first truly global recession theory is also brought to bear to explore how these international spillovers and the resulting international co-movement in recessions can create incentives for policy makers to coordinate their monetary and fiscal policies with each other 300pp dec 2017 978-981-3224-59-9 us$118 £104 one currency two europes towards a dual

new notable titles in macroeconomics microeconomics a reformulation of keynesian economics by jagdish handa mcgill university canada world development and economic systems theory and applications the economic upheaval since 2008 including the great recession raised serious doubts about the relevance of economics as it had come to be formulated and taught by the beginning of this century while numerous books and articles have addressed the current distress of economies through contributions to specific parts of macroeconomics none has offered an attractive alternative that represents a general overhaul of the macroeconomics inherited by the current generation this book does so and provides a modern integrated version of macroeconomics for the modern economies as they function 572pp 978-981-4616-09-6 sep 2015 us$174 £144 by s i cohen erasmus school of economics rotterdam the netherlands mainstream economics generally assumes a universalistic market-oriented economic behavior that

best-selling titles in macroeconomics microeconomics china as a leader of the world economy global capital and national institutions by gregory c chow princeton university usa crisis and choice in the international financial architecture “gregory c chow a pioneer in china’s march to a market system and a distinguished professor of economics at princeton university has written an important sequel his new book explores the evolution of china’s institutions analyzes the problems china needs to overcome provides policy proposals to solve those problems and presents the results of several quantitative studies of the chinese economy through a broad array of topics ranging from how to stop inflation to how to improve university education no one is better equipped to increase our understanding of china’s economic development and the future of china in the global economy.” james a dorn cato institute washington dc by laura alfaro harvard business school usa