The Economics Of Information
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📒The Economics Of Information ✍ Kenneth Joseph Arrow
✏The Economics of Information Book Summary : A collection of essays on the theory of information as an economic commodity includes discussions of statistical methods, property rights, and economic planning
📒An Introduction To The Economics Of Information ✍ Inés Macho-Stadler
✏An Introduction to the Economics of Information Book Summary : In this revised second edition, An Introduction to the Economics of Information covers the consequences for the character and efficiency of the interaction between individuals and organizations when one party has more or better information on some aspect of the relationship. This is the condition of asymmetric information, under which the information gap will be exploited if, by doing so, the better-informed party can achieve some advantage. The book is written for a one-semester course for advanced undergraduates taking specialized course options, and for first-year postgraduate students of economics or business. After an introduction to the subject and the presentation of a benchmark model in which both parties share the same information throughout the relationship, chapters are devoted to the three main asymmetric information topics of Moral Hazard, Adverse Selection, and Signalling. The wide range of economic situations where the conclusions are applied includes such areas as finance, regulation, insurance, labour economics, health economics, and even politics. Each chapter presents the basic theory before moving on to applications and advanced topics. The problems are presented in the same framework throughout to allow easy comparison of the different results. This new edition incorporates extended exercises to test the student's understanding of the material, and to develop the tools and skills provided by the main text to solve other, original problems.
📒The Economics Of Information ✍ Ian Molho
✏The Economics of Information Book Summary : Knowledge is a vital resource which confers strategic advantages on those that possess it, and provides the possibility of misuse and abuse with increasingly dangerous economic consequences.
📒The Economics Of Information Technology ✍ Hal R. Varian
✏The Economics of Information Technology Book Summary : The Economics of Information Technology is a concise and accessible review of some of the important economic factors affecting information technology industries. These industries are characterized by high fixed costs and low marginal costs of production, large switching costs for users, and strong network effects. These factors combine to produce some unique behavior. The book consists of two parts. In the first part, Professor Varian outlines the basic economics of these industries. In the second part, Professors Farrell and Shapiro describe the impact of these factors on competition policy. The clarity of the analysis and exposition makes this an ideal introduction for undergraduate and graduate students in economics, business strategy, law and related areas.
📒The Economics Of Information ✍ Bruce R. Kingma
✏The Economics of Information Book Summary : This text clearly presents the fundamentals that users need in order to develop basic skills for simple cost-benefit analyses of goods and services. It provides students, librarians and information professionals with a useful introduction to economics and cost-benefit analysis, and it helps them make better financial and management decisions.
📒The Economics Of Information Security And Privacy ✍ Rainer Böhme
✏The Economics of Information Security and Privacy Book Summary : In the late 1990s, researchers began to grasp that the roots of many information security failures can be better explained with the language of economics than by pointing to instances of technical flaws. This led to a thriving new interdisciplinary research field combining economic and engineering insights, measurement approaches and methodologies to ask fundamental questions concerning the viability of a free and open information society. While economics and information security comprise the nucleus of an academic movement that quickly drew the attention of thinktanks, industry, and governments, the field has expanded to surrounding areas such as management of information security, privacy, and, more recently, cybercrime, all studied from an interdisciplinary angle by combining methods from microeconomics, econometrics, qualitative social sciences, behavioral sciences, and experimental economics. This book is structured in four parts, reflecting the main areas: management of information security, economics of information security, economics of privacy, and economics of cybercrime. Each individual contribution documents, discusses, and advances the state of the art concerning its specific research questions. It will be of value to academics and practitioners in the related fields.
📒The Economics Of Information ✍ Kenneth Joseph Arrow
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📒The Political Economy Of Information ✍ Vincent Mosco
✏The Political Economy of Information Book Summary : The information society is real. Information - as a marketable commodity - is quickly taking up the powerful role once held by heavy industry and manufactured products. How this revolution is affecting society, and how both society and government are responding to it, is the subject of this book.
📒Economics Of Accounting ✍ Peter Ove Christensen
✏Economics of Accounting Book Summary : This is the softcover version of a title that was released in 2002 and has sold more than 500 copies since then world wide. Examines the fundamentals of the decision-facilitating and decision-influencing role of information in accounting. Emphasises the impact of public and private information on equilibria and investor welfare in capital and product markets.
📒The Economics Of Information Technology ✍ Paul Jowett
✏The Economics of Information Technology Book Summary :