Handbook of Mathematical Economics, 1st EditionMathematical Approaches to Welfare Economics. Social choice theory (A.
Sen). Information and the market (K.J. Arrow). The theory of optimal taxation
(J.A. Mirrlees). Positive second-best theory (E. Sheshinski, K.P. Hagen).
Optimal economic growth, turnpike theorems and comparative dynamics (L.W.
McKenzie). Mathematical Approaches to Economic Organization and
Planning. Organization design (T.A. Marschak). Incentive aspects of
decentralization (L. Hurwicz). Planning (G. Heal).