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PostSubject: A few free economics books   Sat Jun 07, 2008 12:49 pm

A few free economics books

Some authors of economics books and textbooks have generously allowed online versions of their books to be downloaded for free. Here’s a list of a few relatively recent books that I’ve found. If you know of any others, please let me know. And, if you like a book and can afford it, show your support for the author by buying a copy.
Introduction to Economic Analysis, by R. Preston McAfee (2007). ‘Open source’ intermediate undergraduate microeconomics textbook. Website also has slides for teaching.
Lecture notes in Microeconomic Theory, by Ariel Rubinstein (2006). Advanced microeconomic theory textbook.
Introduction to Modern Economic Growth, by Daron Acemoglu (2007, draft). Advanced economic growth theory.
Bargaining and Markets, by Martin J. Osborne and Ariel Rubinstein (1990). Advanced bargaining theory textbook.
Invisible Engines, by David Evans, Andrei Hagui and Richard Schmalensee (2007). Non-technical book about two-sided software platforms.
Modelling Bounded Rationality, by Ariel Rubinstein (1998). Game theoretic models of bounded rationality (advanced).
Economics and Language, by Ariel Rubinstein (1996). The economics of language and language of economics.
There is also the Library of Economics and Liberty, which has many digital copies of historical economics texts available for download.


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