Studies in Economic Theory is a forum for new ideas and concepts concerning recent developments and unsolved problems in economics. For instance, publications in the series will include topics such as classical and modern equilibrium theory, cooperative and non-cooperative game theory, macroeconomics, social choice and welfare, intertemporal economics (including dynamical systems), public economics, international and developmental economics, financial economics, and industrial organization. The series will, however, not be limited to these areas: conference proceedings and monographs from other disciplines that are of interest to economists or have direct application to economics will also be considered for publication.
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