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Gurvic, L.
Hurwicz, L.
Hurwicz, Leo
Hurwicz, Leonid
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1917-2008
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Arrow, Kenneth J. (1921-)
Arrow, Kenneth Joseph (1921-)
Chenery, Hollis Burnley (1918- ))
Groves, Theodore
Hurwicz, L
Hurwicz, L.
Hurwicz, Leonid
Jordan, James
Kannai, Yakar
Majumdar, Mukul
Marschak, Thomas
Oniszczuk, Wojciech
Pazner, Elisha (1941-1979)
Radner, Roy
Reiter, S.
Reiter, Stanley
Richter, M.K.
Richter, Marcel K
Richter, Marcel K.
Schmeidler, David
Schmeidler, David (1939-)
Schmookler, Jacob
Sonnenschein, Hugo
Sonnenschein, Hugo Freund
University of Minnesota / Department of Economics
Uzawa, Hirofumi (1928- ))
Walker, Mark
Weinberger, Hans F.
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american economic review
But Who Will Guard the Guardians?
Comparing finite mechanisms
Construction of Outcome Functions Guaranteeing Existence and Pareto Optimality of Nash Equilibria.
Decentralizacja gospodarki i rola instytucji
Design of Mechanisms for Resource Allocation., The
Designing economic mechanisms
Doctor honoris causa, Leonid Hurwicz, 1989:
Economic design, adjustment processes, mechanisms, and institutions
Finite allocation mechanisms: approximate Walrasian versus approximate Direct Revelation
Implicit Functions and Diffeomorphisms without C1.
Incentive aspects of decentralization
Information, incentives, and economic mechanisms : essays in honor of Leonid Hurwicz
integrability condition with applications to utility theory and thermodynamics, An
Issledovaniâ po linejnomu i nelinejnomu programmirovaniû
Issledovanija po linejnomu i nelinejnomu programmirovaniju
japan and the world economy
necessary condition for decentralization and an application to intertemporal allocation, A
On allocations attainable through Nash equilibria
On the Boundedness of the Feasible Set Without Convexity Assumptions.
On the Concept and Possibility of Informational Decentralization.
On the demand generated by a smooth and concavifiable preference ordering
On the Generic Nonoptimality of Dominant-Strategy Allocation Mechanisms: A General Theorem That Includes Pure Exchange Economies.
On Transversals and Systems of Distinct Representatives
Optimal intertemporal allocation mechanisms and decentralization of decisions
original papers : Transversals, systems of distinct representatives, mechanism design, and matching
Outcome Functions Yielding Walrasian and Lindahl Allocations at Nash Equilibrium Points.
Patents, invention and economic change : data and selected essays
Preferences, uncertainty, and optimality : essays in honor of Leonid Hurwicz
price mechanism, decentralization, and incentives, The
Resource allocation processes.
Revisiting Externalities.
Social goals and social organization, 1985:
Social goals and social organization : essays in memory of Elisha Pazner
Socialism and incentives: Developing a framework
Stochastic Decentralized Resource Allocation Process: Part I., A
Stochastic Decentralized Resource Allocation Process: Part II., A
Studies in linear and non-linear programming
Studies in resource allocation processes
Test of a stochastic theory of choice, by Andreas G. Papandreou, with the collaboration of Owen H. Sauerlender, Oswald H. Brownlee, Leonid Hurwicz and William Franklin, A
Ville Axioms and Consumer Theory.
What is the Coase Theorem?
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