Table of contents for Computability, complexity and constructivity in economic analysis / edited by K. Vela Velupillai.

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I Introduction
K Vela Velupillai                                         1
II Computing the Future
N C. A. da Costa and F A. Doria                          15
III Making Mathematics Effective in Economics
Joseph L. McCauley                                       51
IV Complexity and Information in Modeling
J Rissanen                                               85
V Induction: Algorithmic and Exchangeable Aspects
John J McCall                                           105
VI Constructive and Classical Models for Results in Economics
and Game Theory
Kislaya Prasad                                          132
VII A Primer on the Tools and Concepts of Computable
K Vela Velupillai                                       148
VIII Emergence and Universal Computation
Cassey Lee                                              198
IX Research and Development in Computable Production
Francesco Luna                                          218
X Computable Knowledge and Undecidability: a Turing Machine
Metaphor Applied to Endogenous Growth Models
Stefano Zambelli                                        233
XI Rights and Decentralized Computation
Hdkan J Holm                                            264
Author Index                                             288
Subject Index                                            295

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Econometrics, Economics, Mathematical, Econometrics Computer programs, Computability