v. 1. Abramovitz-collusion -- v. 2. Command economy-epistemic game theory -- v. 3. Equality-Hennipman -- v. 4. Hermann-Lange -- v. 5. Lardner-network goods (theory) -- v. 6. Neuroeconomics-Raymond -- v. 7. Real balances-stochastic volatility models -- v. 8. Stock price predictability-Zeuthen; Appendices and Index.
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