Cambridge Surveys of Economic Literature
- General Editor: John Pencavel, Stanford University, California
- Readership: economics and cognate social sciences
The literature of economics is expanding rapidly, and many subjects have changed out of recognition within the space of a few years. Perceiving the state of knowledge in fast-developing subjects is difficult for students and time consuming for professional economists. This series of books is intended to help with this problem. Each book gives a clear structure to and balanced overview of the topic, and is written at a level intelligible to the senior undergraduate. They will therefore be useful for teaching but will also provide a mature yet compact presentation of the subject for economists wishing to update their knowledge outside their own specialties.
Series book listing
There are 21 titles in this series
These titles are sorted by publication date (descending)