Strategic Approaches to the International Economy

Strategic Approaches to the International Economy : Selected Essays of Koichi Hamada

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Strategic Approaches to the International Economy brings together a selection of Koichi Hamada's innovative and acclaimed essays on the applications of game theory to international economics, capital movements, migration, income distribution, portfolio choice, law and economics and the Japanese economy.

As Professor Hamada says of his own work, `My analyses are usually simple . . . partly because in some sense I have tried not to follow the fashion of the profession but to pursue what genuinely interests me.' Featuring work published over the last 30 years, this major volume is a triumphant assertion of the value of his approach.

The autobiographical essay, which introduces this collection and places his work in context, describes his education in Japan and the United States, his early influences including Takashi Negishi, James Tobin, Richard Cooper and Hirofumi Uzawa, and his development of interests in income distribution, law and economics, and international economics.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 784 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 44.45mm | 1,247.38g
  • Cheltenham, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1858983304
  • 9781858983301

Table of contents

Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction Part I: The Game Theoretic Analysis of the International Economy Part II: A Dynamic Theory of Factor Movements Part III: Income Distribution Part IV: Portfolio Choice and International Economy Part V: Law and Economics Part VI: Japanese Economy Index
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About Koichi Hamada

Koichi Hamada, Tuntex Professor of Economics, Yale University, US
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