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Thu Oct 16 18:03:06 2014 UTClccn-n790743060.35Saving lives, buying time economics of malaria drugs in an age of resistance /0.611.00Kenneth J. Arrow papers,97632349Kenneth_Arrown 79074306307038A-lo, Kʻen-ni-ssu 1921-Arrow, K. A. 1921-Arrow, K.J.Arrow, K. J. 1921-Arrow, Keith J. 1921-Arrow, Keith J. (Keith Joseph), 1921-Arrow, Ken 1921-Arrow , KennethArrow, Kenneth 1921-Arrow, Kenneth J.Arrow, Kenneth J. 1921-Arrow, Kenneth J. (Kenneth Joseph), 1921-Arrow , Kenneth JosephArrow, Kenneth Joseph 1921-Arrow, Kenneth (Kenneth Joseph), 1921-Errou, K. Dž.Errou, K. Dž 1921-Эрроу, Кеннет Дж 1921-アローアロー, ケネス・Jlccn-n79007408Resources for the Futurelccn-n82270443Gelband, Hellenlccn-n2004122446Panosian, Clairelccn-n2004122448Institute of Medicine (U.S.).Committee on the Economics of Antimalarial Drugslccn-n50012860Sen, Amartya1933-ededtlccn-n79066088Ford Foundationlccn-n79104259Landsberg, Hans H.edtlccn-n85352676Heller, Walter P.edtlccn-n85352620Starr, Ross M.edtlccn-n85377784Starrett, David A.edtArrow, Kenneth Joseph1921-Conference proceedingsHandbooks, manuals, etcEconomics, MathematicalSocial choiceLibertySocial valuesArrow, Kenneth Joseph,Drug resistance in microorganismsPharmaceutical policyUnited StatesEconomicsPower resourcesEnergy policyWelfare economicsEconomics--Mathematical modelsIndustrial management--Mathematical modelsSocial choice--Mathematical modelsInventories--Mathematical modelsSocial systemsOrganizational sociologyMicroeconomicsEconomies of scaleClassical school of economicsCompetition, ImperfectEqualityElite (Social sciences)Social mobilityIncome distributionFiscal policy--Mathematical modelsEconomic policy--Mathematical modelsGovernment spending policyExpenditures, Public--Rate of returnRiskDecision makingPsychology--Mathematical modelsDecision making--Mathematical modelsMathematical optimizationNegotiationConflict managementNonlinear programmingLinear programmingElectionsSen, Amartya,Jahnsson, Hilma GabriellaMedical economicsEconometric modelsValueProgramming (Mathematics)Armies--OrganizationOrganizationCompetitionTechnological innovations192119411946194819501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014309806282042616.9362061HM271ocn000229589ocn468555708ocn490061700ocn468135501ocn797291372ocn174017412ocn467984583ocn299396689ocn468832517ocn467918285ocn468788764ocn801194595ocn830909704ocn469859903ocn468729106ocn441012598ocn420158763ocn439999754ocn507620499ocn813576250ocn797865257ocn760358972ocn629731494ocn833473758ocn833473763ocn824631847ocn185556764ocn185789516ocn461566142ocn743406478ocn718901604201788ocn000169879book19510.63Arrow, Kenneth JosephSocial choice and individual values+-+2918655585169110ocn057743668file20040.35Institute of Medicine (U.S.)Saving lives, buying time economics of malaria drugs in an age of resistanceStrategies for improving breast cancer detection and diagnosis+-+8367454585128011ocn005437779book19790.50Energy, the next twenty years : report100375ocn007329285book19810.63Arrow, Kenneth JosephHandbook of mathematical economicsThe Handbook of Mathematical Economics aims to provide a definitive source, reference, and teaching supplement for the field of mathematical economics. It surveys, as of the late 1970's the state of the art of mathematical economics. This is a constantly developing field and all authors were invited to review and to appraise the current status and recent developments in their presentations. In addition to its use as a reference, it is intended that this Handbook will assist researchers and students working in one branch of mathematical economics to become acquainted with other branches of this field. Volume 1 deals with Mathematical Methods in Economics, including reviews of the concepts and techniques that have been most useful for the mathematical development of economic theory.For more information on the Handbooks in Economics series, please see our home page on <SURL>http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/hes</SURL>+-+717613999594215ocn000838803book19730.56Arrow, Kenneth JosephThe limits of organization+-+487845848588948ocn000216820book19710.63Arrow, Kenneth JosephGeneral competitive analysis+-+024903999574513ocn042330114file19970.35International Conference on 'Increasing Returns and Economic Analysis'Increasing returns and economic analysis+-+841885030532472835ocn000090418book19700.63Arrow, Kenneth JosephPublic investment, the rate of return, and optimal fiscal policyThis book, co-authored by the Nobel-prized economist, Kenneth Arrow, considers public expenditures in the context of modern growth theory. It analyzes optimal growth with public capital. A theory of 'controllability' is developed and injected into public economics and growth models. Originally published in 1970+-+95851726167168ocn041924812book20000.56Meritocracy and economic inequalityA collection of 12 original papers contributed by scholars, with an introduction by the editors+-+931955641567434ocn000123980book19700.70Arrow, Kenneth JosephEssays in the theory of risk-bearingAlternative approaches to the theory of chice in risk-taking situations; Exposition of the theory of choice under uncertainty; The theory of risk aversion; The role of securities in the optimal allocation of risk-bearing; Insurance, risk, and resource allocation; Economic welfare and the allocation of resources to invention; Control in large orgationations63443ocn049936150book20020.74Arrow, Kenneth JosephHandbook of social choice and welfareHandbooks, manuals, etcThe Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare presents, in two volumes, essays on past and on-going work in social choice theory and welfare economics. The first volume consists of four parts. In Part 1 (Arrovian Impossibility Theorems), various aspects of Arrovian general impossibility theorems, illustrated by the simple majority cycle first identified by Condorcet, are expounded and evaluated. It also provides a critical survey of the work on different escape routes from impossibility results of this kind. In Part 2 (Voting Schemes and Mechanisms), the operation and performance of voting schemes and cost-sharing mechanisms are examined axiomatically, and some aspects of the modern theory of incentives and mechanism design are expounded and surveyed. In Part 3 (structure of social choice rules), the positional rules of collective decision-making (the origin of which can be traced back to a seminal proposal by Borda), the game-theoretic aspects of voting in committees, and the implications of making use of interpersonal comparisons of welfare (with or without cardinal measurability) are expounded, and the status of utilitarianism as a theory of justice is critically examined. It also provides an analytical survey of the foundations of measurement of inequality and poverty. In order to place these broad issues (as well as further issues to be discussed in the second volume of the Handbook) in perspective, Kotaro Suzumura has written an extensive introduction, discussing the historical background of social choice theory, the vistas opened by Arrow's Social Choice and Individual Values, the famous "socialist planning" controversy, and the theoretical and practical significance of social choice theory. The primary purpose of this Handbook is to provide an accessible introduction to the current state of the art in social choice theory and welfare economics. The expounded theory has a strong and constructive message for pursuing human well-being and facilitating collective decision-making. *Advances economists' understanding of recent advances in social choice and welfare *Distills and applies research to a wide range of social issues *Provides analytical material for evaluating new scholarship *Offers consolidated reviews and analyses of scholarship in a framework that encourages synthesis+-+396473999561510ocn000002069book19690.63American Economic AssociationReadings in welfare economics, selected by a committee of the American Economic Association59542ocn000525639book19580.66Arrow, Kenneth JosephStudies in linear and non-linear programming58834ocn000247958book19600.66Arrow, Kenneth JosephMathematical methods in the social sciences, 1959 : proceedings of the first Stanford Symposium56819ocn002597462book19770.70Arrow, Kenneth JosephStudies in resource allocation processesOne of the central questions of economics relates to the coordination of individual units within a large organization to achieve the central objectives of that organization. The question is usually discussed in the context of the national economy, but it is equally relevant to problems of organizing the large multidivisional company. This book examines the problems involved in allocating resources in an economic system where decision-making is decentralized into the hands of individuals and individual enterprises+-+177067670554326ocn000229887book19580.70Arrow, Kenneth JosephStudies in the mathematical theory of inventory and production51611ocn012549493book19850.70Arrow, Kenneth JosephSocial choice and multicriterion decision-making+-+902660717551020ocn011235620book19840.70Arrow, Kenneth JosephFrontiers of economicsConference proceedings50212ocn000229589book19620.66Arrow, Kenneth JosephStudies in applied probability and management science4988ocn032348494book19950.70Barriers to conflict resolutionConference proceedingsDrawing on such diverse but related disciplines as economics, cognitive psychology, statistics, and game and decision-making theory, the book considers the barriers to successful negotiation in such areas as civil litigation, family law, arms control, labor-management disputes, environmental treaty making, and politics. When does it pay for parties to a dispute to cooperate, and when to compete? How can third-party negotiators further resolutions and avoid the pitfalls that deepen the divisions between antagonists? Offering answers to these and related questions, this book is a comprehensive guide to the latest understanding of ways to resolve human conflict+-+62828584853244355ocn050665544book20010.74Saari, DDecisions and elections : explaining the unexpected+-+29595567053044ocn014187290book19870.82Arrow and the foundations of the theory of economic policy+-+23231888853242933ocn014188157book19860.82Feiwel, George RArrow and the ascent of modern economic theory+-+23231888853241272ocn023286953book19910.88DeLong, HowardA refutation of Arrow's theorem1153ocn040668120book19990.90Aleskerov, F. TArrovian aggregation modelsAggregation of individual opinions into a social decision is a problem widely observed in everyday life. For centuries people tried to invent the `best' aggregation rule. In 1951 young American scientist and future Nobel Prize winner Kenneth Arrow formulated the problem in an axiomatic way, i.e., he specified a set of axioms which every reasonable aggregation rule has to satisfy, and obtained that these axioms are inconsistent. This result, often called Arrow's Paradox or General Impossibility Theorem, had become a cornerstone of social choice theory. The main condition used by Arrow was his famous Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives. This very condition pre-defines the `local' treatment of the alternatives (or pairs of alternatives, or sets of alternatives, etc.) in aggregation procedures. Remaining within the framework of the axiomatic approach and based on the consideration of local rules, Arrovian Aggregation Models investigates three formulations of the aggregation problem according to the form in which the individual opinions about the alternatives are defined, as well as to the form of desired social decision. In other words, we study three aggregation models. What is common between them is that in all models some analogue of the Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives condition is used, which is why we call these models Arrovian aggregation models. Chapter 1 presents a general description of the problem of axiomatic synthesis of local rules, and introduces problem formulations for various versions of formalization of individual opinions and collective decision. Chapter 2 formalizes precisely the notion of `rationality' of individual opinions and social decision. Chapter 3 deals with the aggregation model for the case of individual opinions and social decisions formalized as binary relations. Chapter 4 deals with Functional Aggregation Rules which transform into a social choice function individual opinions defined as choice functions. Chapter 5 considers another model &endash; Social Choice Correspondences when the individual opinions are formalized as binary relations, and the collective decision is looked for as a choice function. Several new classes of rules are introduced and analyzed+-+7609387425341ocn262341481file20080.84Hammer, Peter JUncertain times : Kenneth Arrow and the changing economics of health careThis volume revisits the Nobel Prize-winning economist Kenneth Arrow&rsquo;s classic 1963 essay &ldquo;Uncertainty and the Welfare Economics of Medical Care&rdquo; in light of the many changes in American health care since its publication. Arrow&rsquo;s groundbreaking piece, reprinted in full here, argued that while medicine was subject to the same models of competition and profit maximization as other industries, concepts of trust and morals also played key roles in understanding medicine as an economic institution and in balancing the asymmetrical relationship between medical providers and their patients. His conclusions about the medical profession&rsquo;s failures to &ldquo;insure against uncertainties&rdquo; helped initiate the reevaluation of insurance as a public and private good. Coming from diverse backgrounds&mdash;economics, law, political science, and the health care industry itself&mdash;the contributors use Arrow&rsquo;s article to address a range of present-day health-policy questions. They examine everything from health insurance and technological innovation to the roles of charity, nonprofit institutions, and self-regulation in addressing medical needs. The collection concludes with a new essay by Arrow, in which he reflects on the health care markets of the new millennium. At a time when medical costs continue to rise, the ranks of the uninsured grow, and uncertainty reigns even among those with health insurance, this volume looks back at a seminal work of scholarship to provide critical guidance for the years ahead. Contributors Linda H. Aiken Kenneth J. Arrow Gloria J. Bazzoli M. Gregg Bloche Lawrence Casalino Michael Chernew Richard A. Cooper Victor R. Fuchs Annetine C. Gelijns Sherry A. Glied Deborah Haas-Wilson Mark A. Hall Peter J. Hammer Clark C. Havighurst Peter D. Jacobson Richard Kronick Michael L. Millenson Jack Needleman Richard R. Nelson Mark V. Pauly Mark A. Peterson Uwe E. Reinhardt James C. Robinson William M. Sage J. B. Silvers Frank A. Sloan Joshua Graff Zivin+-+9457887735241ocn220901633book19900.47Kavvadias, GeorgeArrow's impossibility theorem131ocn239938889book19790.84Berkowitz, M. KResearch and development under competition and monopoly : Arrow revisited82ocn001503906book19720.77Weizsäcker, Carl Christian vonKenneth Arrow's contribution to economic science71ocn037494686book19910.47Bock, DieterDie Existenz Bergson-Samuelson'scher Wohlfahrtsfunktionen im Lichte des Arrow'schen Unmöglichkeitstheorems72ocn042240273book19970.47Slomp, GabriellaHobbes, Arrow, and absolutism71ocn776970515com19990.79Chichilnisky, GracielaMarkets, information, and uncertainty : essays in economic theory in honor of Kenneth J. ArrowThis is a collection of essays by leading theorists offering insights into the role of uncertainty and information in today's market+-+000800670551ocn152424388book19870.66Fountain, JohnA simple graphical proof of Arrow's impossibility theorem42ocn007686465book19710.95Dall'Aglio, GiorgioDecisioni di gruppo: il paradosso di Arrow31ocn049013959book20010.92Kenneth Arrow and the changing economics of health care32ocn031203645mix19920.96Berndtson, KeithArrow's theorem and welfare22ocn676122203book19960.47Arō no ippan fukanōsei teiri no bunseki to hihan21ocn044098287book19970.47Wang, GuochengAluo : li xing xuan ze di jian zhu shi11ocn036635625mix1.00Arrow, Kenneth JosephKenneth J. Arrow papersThe addition (2004-0128) (550 items, 0.8 lin. ft.; dated 1986-2004) contains professional correspondence, public statements, itineraries, and related professional materials. This addition is unprocessed11ocn025899927book19870.47Langsen, Arnold LawrenceThe risk-free rate of return in an Arrow/Debreu complete market setting+-+4878458485+-+4878458485Thu Oct 16 15:38:51 EDT 2014batch55235