General Equilibrium Theory: An Introduction, presents one of the great achievements of modern economic analysis (recognized by two Nobel Prizes). General equilibrium analysis studies an economy as a whole, recognizing many interacting markets where prices in one market can affect supply and demand in another. The book is suitable for graduate students and advanced undergraduates in economics and mathematics. It starts with elementary models, presents mathematical preparation and more sophisticated treatments. The treatment emphasizes clarity and accessibility through use of examples and intuition.
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