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BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in The Gorman Lectures in Economics

Richard Blundell, Series Editor

The Gorman Lectures in Economics is an annual joint project between the Department of Economics, University College London and Princeton University Press. It is named after Professor W.M. Gorman, formerly of University College London and ranges widely in economics - without being confined to any one area or sub-discipline. The first lectures were delivered by Nobel Laureate Professor James Heckman of Chicago University in December 2001. Avinash Dixit delivered his lectures in 2003 and his book Lawlessness and Economics was published in May 2004.

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bookjacketForward-Looking Decision Making:
Dynamic Programming Models Applied to Health, Risk, Employment, and Financial Stability
Robert E. Hall

bookjacketLawlessness and Economics:
Alternative Modes of Governance
Avinash K. Dixit

bookjacketMatching with Transfers:
The Economics of Love and Marriage
Pierre-André Chiappori

bookjacketRational Decisions
Ken Binmore

bookjacketRecursive Models of Dynamic Linear Economies
Lars Peter Hansen, Thomas J. Sargent

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