New. This item is printed on demand. These twenty papers were selected by the author, who received the Nobel Prize in 1983. The book includes a major introduction by Werner Hildenbrand, who assesses Professor Debreu's contribution to economic theory and expla.
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Very Good- Paper Covers. Top of spine is lightly bumped. Full-length crease on back cover, front cover's lower fore corner is creased. Binding is clean and sound. Seven early pages have extremely neat underlining, else contents are clean, unworn.; 8-7/8" Tall, XII + 250pp. PAPER COVERS. Cover is considerably lighter than posterboard. ECONOMICS. Introduction by Werner Hildenbrand. "The striking feature that characterize s Debreu's scientific contributions is that they are both general and simple-general in the sense of universal, in contrast to ad hoc specific or particular, simple certainly not in the sense of elementary, facile, or effortless, but in the sense of pure in contrast to compound and complex. This book allows us to see an impressive collection of Debreu's work together as a body. " Numerous mathematical equations. Frontispiece b/w portrait of Gerard Debreu.
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