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Mathematical methods in the social sciences, 1959

Stanford Symposium on Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences, Stanford University, 1959

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**1960**
by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif
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Written in English

- Economics -- Mathematical models,
- Industrial management -- Mathematical models,
- Psychology -- Mathematical models

Contents: Price-quantity adjustments in multiple markets with rising demands / Kenneth J. Arrow -- Topological methods in cardinal utility theory / Gerard Debreu -- Optimality and informational efficiency in resource allocation processes / Leonid Hurwicz -- Matrices with dominant diagonals and economic theory / Lionel McKenzie -- A reconsideration of the Walras-Cassel-Leontief model of general equilibrium / Michio Morishima -- Efficient paths of capital accumulation in terms of the calculus of variations / Paul A. Samuelson -- Investment and technical progress / Robert M. Solow -- The operational implications of imperfect models / H. Theil and T. Kloek -- Preference and rational choice in the theory of consumption / Hirofumi Uzawa -- General convex objective forms / George B. Dantzig -- A stationary inventory model with Markovian demand / Samuel Karlin and Augustus J. Fabens -- Geometric ergodicity and the theory of queues / David G. Kendall -- The optimality of (S,s) policies in the dynamic inventory problem / Herbert Scarf -- Some stochastic process models for intelligence test scores / T.W. Anderson -- A theory of stimulus discrimination learning / Richard C. Atkinson -- Some two-person interactions / C.J. Burke -- Some properties of Luce"s beta model for learning / Robert R. Bush -- A random-walk model for choice behavior / W.K. Estes -- Some comments on stochastic models and psychological theories / Eugune Galanter and George A. Miller -- Response latencies and probabilities / R. Duncan Luce -- Binary choice constraints and random utility indicators / Jacob Marschak -- Measures of worth in item analysis and test design / Herbert Solomon -- Stimulus sampling theory for a continuum of responses / Patrick Suppes.

**Edition Notes**

Series | Stanford mathematical studies in the social sciences, 4, Stanford mathematical studies in the social sciences, 4 |

Contributions | Arrow, Kenneth Joseph, 1921- |

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Pagination | viii, 365 p. diagrs. ; |

Number of Pages | 365 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL21257737M |

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