The Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A. Samuelson, Svazek 3

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MIT Press, 1972 - Počet stran: 930
"It is a measure of Professor Samuelson's preeminence that the sheer scale of his work should be so much taken for granted," observes a reviewer in the Economist who goes on to note that "a cynic might add that it would have been better for Professor Samuelson to write less merely to give others a chance to write at all."

In fact, Samuelson's output, his "extraordinary mastery of methods, both mathematical and linguistic" (review of Volume 4 of The Collected Scientific Papers), have not diminished. Volumes 1 through 4 encompass more than 280 articles. The first two contain virtually all of Samuelson's contributions to economic theory through mid-1964; Volume 3 contains all the scientific papers written from mid-1964 through 1970, and the last volume brings his work up to through 1976.
 

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Stochastic Models of Consumers Behavior
12
Comparative Statics and Dy namics
38
The Relation between Hicksian Stability and True Dynamic Stability
39
Linear and Nonlinear Systems
40
Dynamic Process Analysis
41
An Extension of the Le Chatelier Principle
42
The Le Chatelier Principle in Linear Programming
43
Mathematical Investigations 45 Conditions that the Roots of a Polynomial Be Less than Unity in Absolute Value
45
Schumpeter as a Teacher and Economic Theorist
116
Economic Theory and Wages
117
Harold Hotelling as Mathematical Economist
118
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120
Lectures and Essays on Modern Economics 121 What Economists Know
121
American Economics
122
An Economists View The Stamp Memorial Lecture
123
Stability and Growth in the American Economy Wicksell Lectures 1962
124

A Note on Alternative Regressions 47 A Method of Determining Explicitly the Coefficients of the Characteristic Equation
47
Fitting General GramCharlier Series
48
A Simple Method of Interpolation
49
Efficient Computation of the Latent Vectors of a Matrix
50
A Convergent Iterative Process
51
Generalization of the Laplace Transform for Difference Equa tions
52
Computation of Characteristic Vectors
53
A Connection between the Bernoulli and Newton Iterative Processes
54
Generalization of the Laplace Transform for Any Operator
55
A Generalized Newton Iteration
56
Exact Distribution of Continuous Variables in Sequential Anal ysis
57
Iterative Computation of Complex Roots
58
Rapidly Converging Solutions to Integral Equations
59
Trade 60 Welfare Economics and International Trade
60
The Gains from International Trade
61
The Gains from International Trade Once Again
62
Review of J L Mosak General Equilibrium Theory in Inter national Trade
63
Disparity in Postwar Exchange Rates
64
Theoretical Notes on Trade Problems 66 Protection and Real Wages with W F Stolper
66
International Trade and Equalisation of Factor Prices
67
International FactorPrice Equalisation Once Again
68
A Comment on Factor Price Equalisation
69
Prices of Factors and Goods in General Equilibrium
70
Equalization by Trade of the Interest Rate Along with the Real Wage
71
Spatial Price Equilibrium and Linear Programming
72
A Prologue to the Theory of Speculation
73
The Terms of Trade When Impediments Are Absent
74
Analysis of Effects of Trade Impediments
75
A Catenary Turnpike Theorem Involving Consumption
93
mizing ManyYear Plan K Shell ed Essays on the Theory
104
The Individual and the State 106 Modern Economic Realities and Individualism
106
The Economic Role of Private Activity
107
Comments on Economic Programs 108 Full Employment after the
108
Recent American Monetary Controversy
109
The Economics of Eisenhower
110
Economic Frontiers
111
Essays in the History of Economics 113 Economists and the History of Ideas
113
The General Theory
114
A Brief Survey of PostKeynesian Developments
115
Economic Thought and the New Industrialism
125
An Appraisal
126
Some Psychological Aspects of Mathematics and Economics
127
Comment on Professor Samuelson on Operationalism in Eco nomic Theory
128
Comment on Ernest Nagels Assumptions in Economic Theory
129
The Fundamental Singularity Theorem for NonJoint Produc
179
Marxian Economics as Economics American Economic
268
A Sum
276
The Transformation from Marxian Values to Competitive
309
Book
315
Book Three
345
Principles of EfficiencyDiscussion American Economic
400
Foreword J de V Graaff Theoretical Welfare Economics
409
Contrast Between Welfare Conditions for Joint Supply
422
Book Four
491
What Classical and Neoclassical Monetary Theory Really
529
Nonoptimality of Money Holding Under Laissez Faire Can
544
Their Inter
550
With the assistance of Felicity Skidmore An Analytic Evalua
574
Personal Freedoms and Economic Freedoms in the Mixed
603
Book Five
639
Problems of the American Economy Hard and Easy L
712
Stabilization Policies in the Contemporary U S Economy
736
Reflections on Recent Federal Reserve Policy Journal
745
Proof that Properly Anticipated Prices Fluctuate Randomly
782
A Free
791
With R C Merton A Complete Model of Warrant Pricing
818
General Proof that Diversification Pays Journal of Financial
847
Efficient Portfolio Selection for ParetoLevy Investments
861
The Fundamental Approximation Theorem of Portfolio Analy
877
Lifetime Portfolio Selection by Dynamic Stochastic Program
883
Applica
891
The Fallacy of Maximizing the Geometric Mean in Long
897
Dynamics and Statics of Income Determination
906
Contents of Volume II
907
York John Wiley 1964 603
909
Index
915
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