Kenneth J. Arrow, in full Kenneth Joseph Arrow, (born August 23, 1921, New York, New York, U.S.—died February 21, 2017, Palo Alto, California), American economist known for his contributions to welfare economics and to general economic equilibrium theory. He was cowinner (with Sir John R. Hicks) of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1972. Perhaps his most startling thesis (built on elementary.
Arrow, Kenneth Joseph. Essays in the theory 1971, Essays in the theory of risk-bearing (by) Kenneth J Request this item to view in the Library's. Aspects of the Theory of Risk-Bearing, Essays in the Theory of Risk-Bearing, Arrow, Kenneth J. (1959b), “Toward a theory of price adjustment”.
The Arrow information paradox (information paradox for short or AIP), and occasionally referred to as Arrow's disclosure paradox, named after Kenneth Arrow, American economist and joint winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics with John Hicks, is a problem that companies face when managing intellectual property across their boundaries.
Arrow, Kenneth J. 1971. Essays in the Theory of Risk Bearing.Learn More
With the completion of the University of Chicago's review into Harald Uhlig's conduct in a classroom setting, the Advisory Board of the Journal of Political Economy has determined that he may return from leave as editor of the Journal. Click here. for additional information.Learn More
Essays in the theory of risk-bearing. Responsibility (by) Kenneth J. Arrow. Imprint Chicago, Markham Pub. Co. (1971) Physical description vii, 278 p. illus. 24 cm. Series Markham economics series. Available online At the library. Green Library. Find it Stacks. Items in Stacks; Call number Status; HB615 .A75 Unknown HB615 .A75 Unknown More options Find it at other libraries via WorldCat.Learn More
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Kenneth J. Arrow's seminal 1963 paper on this topic (included in this volume) was one of the first to explore the implication of moral hazard for health care, and Amy Finkelstein--recognized as one of the world's foremost experts on the topic--here examines this issue in the context of contemporary American health care policy. Drawing on research from both the original RAND Health Insurance.Learn More
Kenneth J. Arrow. AKA Kenneth Joseph Arrow. Born: 23-Aug-1921 Birthplace: New York City Died: 21-Feb-2017 Location of death: Palo Alto, CA Cause of death: unspecified. Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Economist. Nationality: United States Executive summary: Social Choice and Individual Values. Military service: US Army Air Corps (1942-46, Captain.Learn More
KENNETH J. ARROW THE RAND CORPORATION INVENTION is here interpreted broadly as the production of know-ledge. From the viewpoint of welfare economics, the determination of optimal resource allocation for invention will depend on the tech-nological characteristics of the invention process and the nature of the market for knowledge. The classic question of welfare economics will be asked here: to.Learn More
In John W. Pratt and Richard J. Zeckhauser, eds., Principals and Agents: The Structure of Business. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1985. Arrow, Kenneth J. Essays in the Theory of Risk-Bearing.Learn More
Kenneth J. Arrow. Professor of Economics Emeritus, Stanford University. No verified email. Articles Cited by. Title. Sort. Sort by citations Sort by year Sort by title. Cited by. Cited by. Year; Social choice and individual values. KJ Arrow. Yale university press, 2012. 21012: 2012: The economic implications of learning by doing. KJ Arrow. Readings in the Theory of Growth, 131-149, 1971.Learn More
The form of the Pareto optimal general insurance contract has been investigated by Borch (5), Arrow (3), and Raviv (16). This paper extends their work to the consideration of the optimal investment portfolio insurance contract. This is a contract whose payoff depends upon the investment performance of some specified portfolio of common stocks. Portfolio insurance differs from general insurance.Learn More
First edition of this collection of essays by Nobel Prize-winning economist Kenneth Arrow. Octavo, original cloth. Signed by Kenneth J. Arrow on the title page. Small name to the front free endpaper, in near fine condition. No jacket was issued for this title. Books signed by Arrow are uncommon. Kenneth Arrow is one of the most important economists in the second half of the twentieth century.Learn More
Kenneth J. Arrow, Essays in the Theory of Risk-Bearing,North-Holland, 1970. Firestone catalog number HB615.A75 1976 Peter Diamond and Michael Rothschild (eds) Uncertainty in Economics: Readings and Exercises,Academic Press, second edition 1989.Learn More