Collected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow

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Cover: Collected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 1: Social Choice and JusticeCollected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 1: Social Choice and JusticeArrow, Kenneth J.HARDCOVER03/09/1984$116.50
Cover: Collected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 2: General EquilibriumCollected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 2: General EquilibriumArrow, Kenneth J.HARDCOVER03/09/1984$116.50
Cover: Collected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 3: Individual Choice under Certainty and UncertaintyCollected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 3: Individual Choice under Certainty and UncertaintyArrow, Kenneth J.HARDCOVER10/04/1984$116.50
Cover: Collected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 4: The Economics of InformationCollected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 4: The Economics of InformationArrow, Kenneth J.HARDCOVER10/04/1984$116.50
Cover: Collected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 5: Production and CapitalCollected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 5: Production and CapitalArrow, Kenneth J.HARDCOVER09/30/1985$116.50
Cover: Collected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 6: Applied EconomicsCollected Papers of Kenneth J. Arrow, Volume 6: Applied EconomicsArrow, Kenneth J.HARDCOVER09/30/1985$116.50
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