Review of Economic Design
Review of Economic Design explores the art and science of inventing, analyzing, and testing economic, social, and political institutions and mechanisms.The journal applies normative and positive economics and the strategic analysis of game theory, using novel ideas for designing and assembling diverse legal-economic instruments. Among these instruments are constitutions and other assignments of rights; mechanisms for allocation or regulation; tax and incentive schemes; contract forms; voting and other choice aggregation procedures; markets; auctions; and a variety of organizational forms.These designs, the methods of analysis, along with comparative assessments of the performance of known economic systems and implemented designs are all important components of the journal.Officially cited as: Rev Econ Design
18 Volumes 58 Issues 370 Articles available from 1994 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
John A. Weymark (March 2014)
Romans Pancs (March 2014)
An equivalence of secure implementability and full implementability in truthful strategies in pure exchange economies with Leontief utility functions
Katsuhiko Nishizaki (March 2014)
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