Distinguished Fellow: Honoring Roy Radner
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AbstractRoy Radner has been elected a Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association. To illustrate the Radner style, I have chosen the example of his turnpike theorem, even though this is not quite illustrative of his central concerns. I shall follow this with a brief survey of his contributions to general equilibrium theory and the theory of rational expectations equilibrium. I shall then turn to his work on teams, and conclude with one of his more game-theoretic studies of organizations and private information.
CitationHahn, Frank. 1992. "Distinguished Fellow: Honoring Roy Radner." Journal of Economic Perspectives, 6 (1): 181-194. DOI: 10.1257/jep.6.1.181
- B31 History of Thought: Individuals