Economics handbooks

Economics handbooks are handbooks on subjects of economics. Such handbooks range in audience from the general reader[1] to the advanced student and professional economist.[2] Economics handbooks that form a series include, but are not limited to, the following:

Other economics handbooks, whether general or specialized, may come from publishers as part of a series beyond extending beyond economics[11] or on ad hoc basis.[12]

A Google Scholar "economics handbook" search indexes the range of topics treated, as does a New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics Online article search by topics, using the JEL classification codes.

See also


  1. For example:
       • Hubert D. Henderson, 1922. Supply and Demand, Cambridge. Chapter-preview links.
      D. H. Robertson, 1922, Money, Cambridge. Chapter-preview links.
  2. For example:
      Kenneth J. Arrow, Amartya K. Sen, and Kotaro Suzumura, 2002, Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare, v. 1. Chapter-preview links.
       • _____, ed., 2011, Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare, v. 2. Chapter-preview links.
  3. Hubert D. Henderson, 1922. Supply and Demand. Chapter-preview links.
  4. D. H. Robertson, 1922, Money. Chapter-preview links.
  5. J. M. Keynes "Introduction to the Series," in D. H. Robertson, 1922, Money, pp. v–vi.
  6. • Via Search Type → Series, Hollis Full Catalog (Harvard University): Cambridge economic handbooks.
       • Links for volumes from 1985 to 1993 are at Cambridge Economic Handbooks – Cambridge University Press.
  7. Edgar M. Hoover, 1948. The Location of Economic Activity, McGraw-Hill.
  8. Via Search Type → Series, Hollis Full Catalog: Economics handbook series.
  9. Kenneth J. Arrow and Michael D. Intriligator, Handbook of Mathematical Economics, 1st-page chapter links:
       • 1981, v. 1
       • 1982. v. 2
  10. • Via Search Type → Series, Hollis Full Catalog: Handbooks in economics.
       • Respective Elsevier description and preview links for the Handbooks in Economics chapters are here.
  11. For example, William Lazonick, 2002. IEBM Handbook of Economics, East-West Center.
  12. For example, Claude Ménard and Mary M. Shirley, eds., 2005. Handbook of New Institutional Economics. Springer. Preview.
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