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Microfoundations of financial economics : an introduction to general equilibrium asset pricing

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  title={Microfoundations of financial economics : an introduction to general equilibrium asset pricing},
  author={Yvan Lengwiler},
  year={2004}
}
This textbook takes the reader from the level of microeconomics principles through to modern asset pricing theory. Yvan Lengwiler elegantly links together issues that have in the past been the territory of general economic theorists on the one hand, and financial economists on the other. In a sequence of carefully explained steps, the reader learns how the first welfare theorem is used in asset pricing theory. The book then moves on to explore Radner economies and von Neumann-Morgenstern… 

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