Faculty Books

Martin Shubik
Wiley | November 2005 | ISBN: 0471768057
(with M. J. Whitman)  This no-holds-barred presentation of one of the most successful investment strategies of all time — value investing in distressed securities/companie — shows you how to analyze and evaluate stocks just like controlling owners. Based on the assumption that stock price rarely...
Donald W. K. Andrews
Cambridge University Press | July 2005 | ISBN: 052184441X
(Edited with James H. Stock) This 2005 volume contains the papers presented in honor of the lifelong achievements of Thomas J. Rothenberg on the occasion of his retirement. The authors of the chapters include many of the leading econometricians of our day, and the chapters address topics of current...
Robert J. Shiller
Princeton University Press | February 2005 | ISBN: 0691123357 & 9780691123356
The first edition of this book was a broad study, drawing on a wide range of published research and historical evidence, of the enormous stock market boom that started around 1982 and picked up incredible speed after 1995. Although it took as its specific starting point this ongoing boom, it placed...
John Geanakoplos
Wiley-Blackwell | January 2005 | ISBN: 1405133066
(Edited with Roger W. Dimand)  Irving Fisher (1867-1947), economist, Yale University teacher, inventor, mathematician and activist reformer, was one of the most important American economists of the first half of the 20th century. On the 50th anniversary of his death in May of 1998, a large...
Ray C. Fair
Harvard University Press | December 2004 | ISBN: 0674015460 & 9780675026463
Macroeconomics tries to describe and explain the economywide movement of prices, output, and unemployment. The field has been sharply divided among various schools, including Keynesian, monetarist, new classical, and others. It has also been split between theorists and empiricists. Ray Fair is a...
Timothy Guinnane
Stanford University Press | October 2003 | ISBN: 0804743983
(Edited with William A. Sundstrom, and Warren C. Whatley)  Combining theoretical work with careful historical description and analysis of new data sources, History Matters makes a strong case for a more historical approach to economics, both by argument and by example. Seventeen original essays,...
Robert J. Shiller
Princeton University Press | April 2003 | ISBN: 0691091722
Winner of the Financial Times/getAbstract Business Book Award, 2003 — In his best-selling Irrational Exuberance, Robert Shiller cautioned that society’s obsession with the stock market was fueling the volatility that has since made a roller coaster of the financial system. Less noted was...
James Tobin
MIT Press | January 1987 | ISBN: 0262200627
Essays in a Keynesian Mode — In a period marked by revisionism in economic theory and retrenchment in the public goals of economic policy, Tobin remains committed to the standard he has upheld throughout his professional life. He is an “eclectic Keynesian” in theory whose socioeconomic concern is...
James Tobin
Edward Elgar | April 2003 | ISBN: 9781840649260
Nobel Prize winner James Tobin has made outstanding contributions to modern macroeconomics. In this final collection of his work he examines the economic policies of the United States and its relations with other major economies after 1990. In James Tobin’s view, the welfare of populations...
Ray C. Fair
Stanford University Press | August 2002 | ISBN: 0804745099
What do the following events have in common? In 2000, the election between George W. Bush and Al Gore was a virtual tie. The 1989 and 1990 vintages have turned out to be two of the best ever for Bordeaux wines. In 2001, the Federal Reserve lowered the interest rate eleven times. The decade of the...

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