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Record number 411219
Title New Insights into the Theory of Giffen Goods
Author(s) Heijman, W.J.M.; Mouche, P.H.M. van
Source Berlin : Springer (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 655) - ISBN 9783642217760 - 171
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-21777-7
Department(s) Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group
Economics of Consumers and Households Group
WASS
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) economie - bedrijfswetenschap - optimalisatie - micro-economie - economische theorie - economics - management science - optimization - microeconomics - economic theory
Abstract One might expect that after their identification in the 19th century, all aspects of Giffen goods would have been studied by now. This appears not to be the case. This book contains the latest insights into the theory of Giffen goods. In the past, surprisingly few goods could be categorized as "Giffen." This may be because of a lack of understanding of the character of these goods. Therefore, the theories explained in this book may also produce a solid basis for further empirical research in the field. Experts throughout the world have contributed to this book, which predominantly pursues a mathematically rigorous approach. It may be used by researchers in the field of fundamental economics and in graduate-level courses in advanced microeconomics.
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