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Handbooks in Economics Series


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Hrsg. v. Kenneth J. Arrow und Michael D. Intriligator


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Online-Service mit Zugang zu der renommierten Buchreihe "Handbooks in Economics Series" des Verlages Elsevier. Zu den thematischen Schwerpunkten der 77 Bände mit insgesamt rund 950 Beiträgen umfassenden Reihe gehören u.a. Agrarwirtschaft, Wirtschaftsinformatik, Verteidigungswirtschaft, Entwicklungsökonomie, Wirtschaftsprognostik, Wachstumsökonomie, Ökonometrie, Kunst- und Kulturökonomie, Bildungsökonomie, Finanzökonomie, Gesundheitsökonomie, industrielle Organisation, Makroökonomie, Umweltökonomie und Experimentalökonomie. Die Nachschlagewerke sind im PDF-Format verfügbar. Die Buchreihe wird laufend erweitert.

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Elsevier Science

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Verlagsinformation :: Publisher's information

Now the high quality reference material found in Elsevier's handbooks is available, anytime, anywhere presented online as part of different subject collections. With content solicited from the world's leading authorities, these highly-cited volumes offer an invaluable resource for your researchers. With the handbooks available from volume one up to the most current volume, users gain online access to valuable research spanning many years and many important developments in scholarly research.

Handbook Features

- Comprise authoritative, quality repositories within a mature research field.

- Include chapters serving as self-contained surveys, often defining a field.

- Authored by the most highly regarded experts in their fields.

- Are highly cited.

- Provide important entry points to the key literature.

- Are updated regularly with new volumes.

- Are fully searchable and linkable.

Benefits to the Librarian:

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- Improve retrieval and increases usage of important content.

- Offer multiple researchers simultaneous access saving the cost of purchasing multiple copies.

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Benefits to the Researcher:

- The series are fully searchable giving researchers unsurpassed access to breadth and depth of information.

- Researchers can choose to browse chapters or articles.

ScienceDirect's integrated platform facilitates linking and searching between content types and onward, through CrossRef to other publishers' content.

- Remote usage and a stable reliable platform mean researchers have access anytime, anywhere.

Handbooks in Economic Series

Consisting of 77 volumes, including:

- Handbook of Economic Forecasting

- Handbook of Agricultural Economics

- Handbook of Computational Economics

- Handbook of Defense Economics

- Handbook of Development Economics

- Handbook of Econometrics

- Handbook of the Economics of Finance

- Handbook of Environmental Economics

- Handbook of Game Theory with Economic Applications

- Handbook of Health Economics

- Handbook of Income Distribution

- Handbook of Industrial Organization

- Handbook of International Economics

- Handbook of Labor Economics

- Handbook of Macroeconomics

- Handbook of Mathematical Economics

- Handbook of Monetary Economics

- Handbook of Natural Resource and Energy Economics

- Handbook of Population and Family Economics

- Handbook of Public Economics

- Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics

- Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare

Subjects Covered:

Agricultural Economics; Computational Economics; Defense Economics; Development Economics; Economic Forecasting; Economic Growth; Econometrics; Art and Culture; Education; Economics of Finance; Giving, Reciprocity and Altruism; Environmental Economics; Experimental Economics; Game Theory and many more

The 77 published volumes of the Handbooks in Economics series containing nearly 950 articles, including some of the most cited in economics, with a strong forward programme.

Edited by Kenneth J. Arrow and Michael D. Intriligator, the handbooks cover a broad set of topics. Each chapter provides professional researchers, lecturers and students with accurate, fully linkable and searchable self-contained surveys, written and edited by the leading authorities in their field.

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