Variants in Economic Theory: Selected Works of Hal R. Varian

Hal Varian, in the course of a long and distinguished career, has made a seminal contribution to many branches of economics. His path-breaking work on the development of economic theory, finance, industrial organization and econometrics is represented in this important new collection of key articles published over the last twenty years. The book highlights Hal Varian's influence upon equity, dynamics, price discrimination, economic incentives, revealed preference, econometrics, public goods and economic methodology. Many of the papers are not easily accessible through other sources and so this book will be an invaluable point of reference for scholars and graduate students.