Pricing Derivative Securities
Author: Thomas Wake Epps
Publisher: World Scientific Press
A presentation of techniques for valuing derivative securities at a level suitable for students in doctoral programmes in economics and finance, and those in masters-level programmes in financial mathematics and computational finance. Epps seeks to provide the necessary mathematical tools from analysis, probability theory, the theory of stochastic processes and stochastic calculus.
Economics of Strategy
Authors: David Besanko, David Dranove, Mark Shanley and Scott Schaefer
This text aims to offer a solid economic foundation for strategic analysis. By presenting basic concepts of economic theory with ideas in modern strategy literature, the book seeks to supply an economic lens for viewing the broad sweep of the strategic activities of the firm.
Modern Developments in Behavioral Economics: Social Science Perspectives on Choice and Decision Making
Authors: John Malcolm Dowling and Chin Fang Yap
Publisher: World Scientific Press
This is the first book to bridge economics, psychology, sociology and political sciences and explain the details of decision-making. It looks at decision-making and behaviour from the point of view of individual behaviour and choice; group and interactive choice; and collective choices and decision-making.
Authors: Jack Harvey and Ernie Jowsey
This, one of the foremost books in the field, aims to bring modern economics to introductory students in business and economics. This edition has been updated to reflect developments in a number of important and emerging areas.
Industrial Organization: Contemporary Theory and Empirical Applications
Authors: Lynne Pepall, Dan Richards and George Norman
Using the tools of game theory, information economics, contracting issues and practical examples, this text examines all facets of industrial organisation to enhance students' understanding of real-world market events. This new edition includes current research on real business behaviour and public policy.
Public Sector Economics
Author: Richard Tresch
An exposition of public sector economic theory that provides a view of mainstream concepts with a strong theoretical focus throughout. Web-based examples will reinforce for students how these theories can be applied in a local and relevant real-world context.
Mathematics for Economists: An Introductory Textbook
Authors: Malcolm Pemberton and Nicholas Rau
Publisher: Manchester University Press
A self-contained treatment of all the mathematics needed by undergraduate and beginning-graduate students of economics. Building up from a very low level, the authors provide systematic coverage of calculus and matrix algebra, as well as easily accessible introductions to optimisation and dynamics.
Economics: European Edition
Authors: Paul Krugman, Robin Wells and Kathryn Graddy
An introductory text that combines an international scope of real-world examples and economic theory.
Economics, Strategy and the Firm
Author: Paul Cashian
Cashian draws on the increasing synthesis of ideas from economics and business strategy to explain how organisations fulfil their corporate goals. The book provides an analytical framework showing how tools from economics can be used to explain, and even predict, the economic behaviour of organisations.
Monetary Economics in Developing Countries
Authors: Subrata Ghatak and Jose R. Sanchez-Fung
This book highlights the basic principles of monetary economics and their application to developing countries. Updates include four new chapters, with material on financial crises, the debates surrounding inflation targeting and an examination of the role and future of financial institutions.
Applied Econometrics: A Modern Approach Using Eviews and Microfit
Authors: Demetrios Asteriou and Stephen G Hall
An introduction to the various forms of econometric data and how to transfer and use the data in the most popular software packages.
An Introduction to Behavioral Economics
Author: Nick Wilkinson
This book provides an alternative approach to the standard economics model in understanding how and why economic decisions are made. It includes recent research and offers an overview of methodology as well as case studies in every chapter.
Authors: Robert Christopher Feenstra and Alan M Taylor
Feenstra and Taylor present an overview of international economics that aims to enable students to think like economists. The text combines theory, stylised facts, application of the theory to current and historical examples, and discussion of recent empirical research.
Public Finance and Public Policy
Authors: Jonothon Gruber
This text has been written to reflect current realities of public finance, enhancing its survey of traditional topics with an emphasis on empirical work and coverage of transfer programmes and social insurance. The new edition has been updated to include the most recent data and research.
Author: Gerald Stone
This is a traditional textbook focusing on the core topics. It includes key terms and definitions, end-of-chapter questions and problems, many of which have been drawn from today's headlines and the business press.