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In 100 years : leading economists predict the future / edited by Ignacio Palacios-Huerta.

par Palacios-Huerta, Ignacio, editor.
Materialtype: materialTypeLabelLivreÉditeur : Cambridge, Mass. : London, U. K. : The MIT Press, c2013Description : xiv, 195 p. : ill., graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN : 9780262026918 .Autre titre: In one hundred years.Sujet(s) : Economic development -- ForecastingClassification Dewey : 330.9001 L434
Contenus :
The world our grandchildren will inherit / Daron Acemoglu -- Through the darkness to a brighter future / Angus Deaton -- The cone of uncertainty of the twenty-first century's economic hurricane / Avinash K. Dixit -- Wealth and the self-protection society / Edward L. Glaeser -- Keynes, his grandchildren, and ours / Andreu Mas-Colell -- American politics and global progress in the twenty-first century / John E. Roemer -- In 100 years / Alvin E. Roth -- The risks of the next century and their management / Robert J. Shiller -- Stray thoughts on how it might go / Robert M. Solow -- The geoengineered planet / Martin L. Weitzman.
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Main / Collection principale 330.9001 L434 (Parcourir l'étagère) Disponible

Winter 2014 Selected Accessions List -- Economics

Includes bibliographical references (p. [167]-177) and index.

The world our grandchildren will inherit / Daron Acemoglu -- Through the darkness to a brighter future / Angus Deaton -- The cone of uncertainty of the twenty-first century's economic hurricane / Avinash K. Dixit -- Wealth and the self-protection society / Edward L. Glaeser -- Keynes, his grandchildren, and ours / Andreu Mas-Colell -- American politics and global progress in the twenty-first century / John E. Roemer -- In 100 years / Alvin E. Roth -- The risks of the next century and their management / Robert J. Shiller -- Stray thoughts on how it might go / Robert M. Solow -- The geoengineered planet / Martin L. Weitzman.

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