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A Toolbox for Economic Design

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This book combines economic theory and design to create tools that economists can use to apply in social, political and institutional application. This book seeks to provide the necessary stepping stones in order to facilitate the diffusion and adoption of this powerful tool for studying incentive structures in economics. The book presents a number of examples, both theore ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published March 15th 2009 by Palgrave Macmillan
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Dimitrios Diamantaras
I cowrote this book with four (then) graduate students of mine. It presents the economic theory of incentives formally but with a sustained attempt to make an intrinsically difficult subject more approachable.
I am entering March 2009, the publication date in the US, as the "date I read this book" here, because I have not seen a better place for the publication date.
I hope you forgive my giving it five stars... I *do* like it a lot, or I wouldn't have published it.
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