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  • Does aquaculture add resilience to the global food system? PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Troell, M., Naylor, R. L., Metian, M., Beveridge, M., Tyedmers, P. H., Folke, C., Arrow, K. J., Barrett, S., Crepin, A., Ehrlich, P. R., Gren, A., Kautsky, N., Levin, S. A., Nyborg, K., Osterblom, H., Polasky, S., Scheffer, M., Walker, B. H., Xepapadeas, T., de Zeeuw, A. 2014; 111 (37): 13257-13263
  • Does aquaculture add resilience to the global food system? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Troell, M., Naylor, R. L., Metian, M., Beveridge, M., Tyedmers, P. H., Folke, C., Arrow, K. J., Barrett, S., Crépin, A., Ehrlich, P. R., Gren, A., Kautsky, N., Levin, S. A., Nyborg, K., Österblom, H., Polasky, S., Scheffer, M., Walker, B. H., Xepapadeas, T., de Zeeuw, A. 2014; 111 (37): 13257-13263

    Abstract

    Aquaculture is the fastest growing food sector and continues to expand alongside terrestrial crop and livestock production. Using portfolio theory as a conceptual framework, we explore how current interconnections between the aquaculture, crop, livestock, and fisheries sectors act as an impediment to, or an opportunity for, enhanced resilience in the global food system given increased resource scarcity and climate change. Aquaculture can potentially enhance resilience through improved resource use efficiencies and increased diversification of farmed species, locales of production, and feeding strategies. However, aquaculture's reliance on terrestrial crops and wild fish for feeds, its dependence on freshwater and land for culture sites, and its broad array of environmental impacts diminishes its ability to add resilience. Feeds for livestock and farmed fish that are fed rely largely on the same crops, although the fraction destined for aquaculture is presently small (∼4%). As demand for high-value fed aquaculture products grows, competition for these crops will also rise, as will the demand for wild fish as feed inputs. Many of these crops and forage fish are also consumed directly by humans and provide essential nutrition for low-income households. Their rising use in aquafeeds has the potential to increase price levels and volatility, worsening food insecurity among the most vulnerable populations. Although the diversification of global food production systems that includes aquaculture offers promise for enhanced resilience, such promise will not be realized if government policies fail to provide adequate incentives for resource efficiency, equity, and environmental protection.

    View details for DOI 10.1073/pnas.1404067111

    View details for PubMedID 25136111

  • Bliss, Catastrophe, and Rational Policy ENVIRONMENTAL & RESOURCE ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J., Priebsch, M. 2014; 58 (4): 491-509
  • Should Governments Use a Declining Discount Rate in Project Analysis? REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY Arrow, K. J., Cropper, M. L., Gollier, C., Groom, B., Heal, G. M., Newell, R. G., Nordhaus, W. D., Pindyck, R. S., Pizer, W. A., Portney, P. R., Sterner, T., Tol, R. S., Weitzman, M. L. 2014; 8 (2): 145-163
  • Conflict of Values: A Decision View PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY Arrow, K. J. 2014; 158 (1): 25-30

    View details for Web of Science ID 000355030400004

    View details for PubMedID 26043454

  • Global health 2035: a world converging within a generation LANCET Jamison, D. T., Summers, L. H., Alleyne, G., Arrow, K. J., Berkley, S., Binagwaho, A., Bustreo, F., Evans, D., Feachem, R. G., Frenk, J., Ghosh, G., Goldie, S. J., Guo, Y., Gupta, S., Horton, R., Kruk, M. E., Mahmoud, A., Mohohlo, L. K., Ncube, M., Pablos-Mendez, A., Reddy, K. S., Saxenian, H., Soucat, A., Ulltveit-Moe, K. H., Yamey, G. 2013; 382 (9908): 1898-1955
  • Sustainability and the measurement of wealth: further reflections ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J., Dasgupta, P., Goulder, L. H., Mumford, K. J., Oleson, K. 2013; 18: 504-516
  • Environmental economics. Determining benefits and costs for future generations. Science Arrow, K., Cropper, M., Gollier, C., GROOM, B., Heal, G., Newell, R., Nordhaus, W., Pindyck, R., Pizer, W., PORTNEY, P., Sterner, T., Tol, R. S., Weitzman, M. 2013; 341 (6144): 349-350

    View details for DOI 10.1126/science.1235665

    View details for PubMedID 23888025

  • Social-ecological systems as complex adaptive systems: modeling and policy implications ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS Levin, S., Xepapadeas, T., Crepin, A., Norberg, J., De Zeeuw, A., Folke, C., Hughes, T., Arrow, K., Barrett, S., Daily, G., Ehrlich, P., Kautsky, N., Maler, K., Polasky, S., Troell, M., Vincent, J. R., Walker, B. 2013; 18: 111-132
  • Social Norms and Global Environmental Challenges: The Complex Interaction of Behaviors, Values, and Policy BIOSCIENCE Kinzig, A. P., Ehrlich, P. R., Alston, L. J., Arrow, K., Barrett, S., Buchman, T. G., Daily, G. C., Levin, B., Levin, S., Oppenheimer, M., Ostrom, E., Saari, D. 2013; 63 (3): 164-175
  • Economic theory and the financial crisis INFORMATION SYSTEMS FRONTIERS Arrow, K. J. 2012; 14 (5): 967-970
  • General Resilience to Cope with Extreme Events SUSTAINABILITY Carpenter, S. R., Arrow, K. J., Barrett, S., Biggs, R., Brock, W. A., Crepin, A., Engstrom, G., Folke, C., Hughes, T. P., Kautsky, N., Li, C., McCarney, G., Meng, K., Maler, K., Polasky, S., Scheffer, M., Shogren, J., Sterner, T., Vincent, J. R., Walker, B., Xepapadeas, A., De Zeeuw, A. 2012; 4 (12): 3248-3259

    View details for DOI 10.3390/su4123248

    View details for Web of Science ID 000324044100004

  • The Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria: killing it slowly LANCET Arrow, K. J., Danzon, P. M., Gelband, H., Jamison, D., Laxminarayan, R., Mills, A., Mwabu, G., Panosian, C., Peto, R., White, N. J. 2012; 380 (9857): 1889-1890
  • Public health. From financing to fevers: lessons of an antimalarial subsidy program. Science Laxminarayan, R., Arrow, K., Jamison, D., Bloom, B. R. 2012; 338 (6107): 615-616

    View details for DOI 10.1126/science.1231010

    View details for PubMedID 23118173

  • From Financing to Fevers: Lessons of an Antimalarial Subsidy Program SCIENCE Laxminarayan, R., Arrow, K., Jamison, D., Bloom, B. R. 2012; 338 (6107): 615-616
  • Elinor Ostrom: An uncommon woman for the commons PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Arrow, K. J., Keohane, R. O., Levin, S. A. 2012; 109 (33): 13135-13136
  • Sustainability and the measurement of wealth ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J., Dasgupta, P., Goulder, L. H., Mumford, K. J., Oleson, K. 2012; 17: 317-353
  • GERARD DEBREU 4 JULY 1921 . 31 DECEMBER 2004 PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY Arrow, K. 2011; 155 (3): 319-325
  • 100 Years of the American Economic Review: The Top 20 Articles AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW Arrow, K. J., Bernheim, B. D., Feldstein, M. S., Mcfadden, D. L., Poterba, J. M., Solow, R. M. 2011; 101 (1): 1-8
  • Conspicuous Consumption, Inconspicuous Leisure* ECONOMIC JOURNAL Arrow, K. J., Dasgupta, P. S. 2009; 119 (541): F497-F516
  • Looming Global-Scale Failures and Missing Institutions SCIENCE Walker, B., Barrett, S., Polasky, S., Galaz, V., Folke, C., Engstrom, G., Ackerman, F., Arrow, K., Carpenter, S., Chopra, K., Daily, G., Ehrlich, P., Hughes, T., Kautsky, N., Levin, S., Maler, K., Shogren, J., Vincent, J., Xepapadeas, T., de Zeeuw, A. 2009; 325 (5946): 1345-1346
  • Environment. Looming global-scale failures and missing institutions. Science Walker, B., Barrett, S., Polasky, S., Galaz, V., Folke, C., Engström, G., Ackerman, F., Arrow, K., Carpenter, S., Chopra, K., Daily, G., Ehrlich, P., Hughes, T., Kautsky, N., Levin, S., Mäler, K., Shogren, J., Vincent, J., Xepapadeas, T., de Zeeuw, A. 2009; 325 (5946): 1345-1346

    View details for DOI 10.1126/science.1175325

    View details for PubMedID 19745137

  • Intergenerational resource transfers with random offspring numbers PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Arrow, K. J., Levin, S. A. 2009; 106 (33): 13702-13706

    Abstract

    A problem common to biology and economics is the transfer of resources from parents to children. We consider the issue under the assumption that the number of offspring is unknown and can be represented as a random variable. There are 3 basic assumptions. The first assumption is that a given body of resources can be divided into consumption (yielding satisfaction) and transfer to children. The second assumption is that the parents' welfare includes a concern for the welfare of their children; this is recursive in the sense that the children's welfares include concern for their children and so forth. However, the welfare of a child from a given consumption is counted somewhat differently (generally less) than that of the parent (the welfare of a child is "discounted"). The third assumption is that resources transferred may grow (or decline). In economic language, investment, including that in education or nutrition, is productive. Under suitable restrictions, precise formulas for the resulting allocation of resources are found, demonstrating that, depending on the shape of the utility curve, uncertainty regarding the number of offspring may or may not favor increased consumption. The results imply that wealth (stock of resources) will ultimately have a log-normal distribution.

    View details for DOI 10.1073/pnas.0905613106

    View details for Web of Science ID 000269078700016

    View details for PubMedID 19617553

  • Toward a 21st-Century Health Care System: Recommendations for Health Care Reform ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE Arrow, K., Auerbach, A., Bertko, J., Brownlee, S., Casalino, L. P., Cooper, J., Crosson, F. J., Enthoven, A., Falcone, E., Feldman, R. C., Fuchs, V. R., Garber, A. M., Gold, M. R., Goldman, D., Hadfield, G. K., Hall, M. A., Horwitz, R. I., Hooven, M., Jacobson, P. D., Jost, T. S., Kotlikoff, L. J., Levin, J., Levine, S., Levy, R., Linscott, K., Luft, H. S., Mashal, R., McFadden, D., Mechanic, D., Meltzer, D., Newhouse, J. P., Noll, R. G., Pietzsch, J. B., Pizzo, P., Reischauer, R. D., Rosenbaum, S., Sage, W., Schaeffer, L. D., Sheen, E., Silber, M., Skinner, J., Shortell, S. M., Thier, S. O., Tunis, S., Wulsin, L., Yock, P., Bin Nun, G., Bryan, S., Luxenburg, O., van de Ven, W. P. 2009; 150 (7): 493-?

    Abstract

    The coverage, cost, and quality problems of the U.S. health care system are evident. Sustainable health care reform must go beyond financing expanded access to care to substantially changing the organization and delivery of care. The FRESH-Thinking Project (www.fresh-thinking.org) held a series of workshops during which physicians, health policy experts, health insurance executives, business leaders, hospital administrators, economists, and others who represent diverse perspectives came together. This group agreed that the following 8 recommendations are fundamental to successful reform: 1. Replace the current fee-for-service payment system with a payment system that encourages and rewards innovation in the efficient delivery of quality care. The new payment system should invest in the development of outcome measures to guide payment. 2. Establish a securely funded, independent agency to sponsor and evaluate research on the comparative effectiveness of drugs, devices, and other medical interventions. 3. Simplify and rationalize federal and state laws and regulations to facilitate organizational innovation, support care coordination, and streamline financial and administrative functions. 4. Develop a health information technology infrastructure with national standards of interoperability to promote data exchange. 5. Create a national health database with the participation of all payers, delivery systems, and others who own health care data. Agree on methods to make de-identified information from this database on clinical interventions, patient outcomes, and costs available to researchers. 6. Identify revenue sources, including a cap on the tax exclusion of employer-based health insurance, to subsidize health care coverage with the goal of insuring all Americans. 7. Create state or regional insurance exchanges to pool risk, so that Americans without access to employer-based or other group insurance could obtain a standard benefits package through these exchanges. Employers should also be allowed to participate in these exchanges for their employees' coverage. 8. Create a health coverage board with broad stakeholder representation to determine and periodically update the affordable standard benefit package available through state or regional insurance exchanges.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000265117600008

    View details for PubMedID 19258550

  • A note on uncertainty and discounting in models of economic growth JOURNAL OF RISK AND UNCERTAINTY Arrow, K. J. 2009; 38 (2): 87-94
  • Some Developments in Economic Theory Since 1940: An Eyewitness Account ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J. 2009; 1: 1-16
  • Economics - The promise of prediction markets SCIENCE Arrow, K. J., Forsythe, R., Gorham, M., Hahn, R., Hanson, R., Ledyard, J. O., Levmore, S., Litan, R., Milgrom, P., Nelson, F. D., Neumann, G. R., Ottaviani, M., Schelling, T. C., Shiller, R. J., Smith, V. L., Snowberg, E., Sunstein, C. R., Tetlock, P. C., Tetlock, P. E., Varian, H. R., Wolfers, J., Zitzewitz, E. 2008; 320 (5878): 877-878

    View details for DOI 10.1126/science.1157679

    View details for Web of Science ID 000255868300024

    View details for PubMedID 18487176

  • George Dantzig in the development of economic analysis DISCRETE OPTIMIZATION Arrow, K. J. 2008; 5 (2): 159-167
  • Optimal savings and the value of population PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Arrow, K. J., Bensoussan, A., Feng, Q., Sethi, S. P. 2007; 104 (47): 18421-18426

    Abstract

    We study a model of economic growth in which an exogenously changing population enters in the objective function under total utilitarianism and into the state dynamics as the labor input to the production function. We consider an arbitrary population growth until it reaches a critical level (resp. saturation level) at which point it starts growing exponentially (resp. it stops growing altogether). This requires population as well as capital as state variables. By letting the population variable serve as the surrogate of time, we are still able to depict the optimal path and its convergence to the long-run equilibrium on a two-dimensional phase diagram. The phase diagram consists of a transient curve that reaches the classical curve associated with a positive exponential growth at the time the population reaches the critical level. In the case of an asymptotic population saturation, we expect the transient curve to approach the equilibrium as the population approaches its saturation level. Finally, we characterize the approaches to the classical curve and to the equilibrium.

    View details for DOI 10.1073/pnas.0708030104

    View details for Web of Science ID 000251292500016

    View details for PubMedID 17984059

  • Consumption, investment, and future well-being: Reply to Daly et al. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY Arrow, K. J., Daily, G., Dasgupta, P., Ehrlich, P., Goulder, L., Heal, G., Levin, S., Maler, K., Schneider, S., Starrett, D., Walker, B. 2007; 21 (5): 1363-1365
  • The Israeli-Palestinian Science Organization SCIENCE Wiesel, T., Agre, P., Arrow, K. J., Atiyah, M., Brezin, E., Charfi, F. F., Cohen-Tannoudji, C., Daar, A., Jacob, F., Kahneman, D., Lee, Y. T., Nicolaisen, I., Nusseibeh, S., Reuter, H., Shoham, Y., Sulston, J., Walzer, M., Yaari, M. 2007; 315 (5808): 39-39

    View details for Web of Science ID 000243259100014

    View details for PubMedID 17204624

  • Eco(nomics/logy) ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH Arrow, K. J. 2007; 22 (1): 8-9
  • Getting to economic equilibrium: A problem and its history INTERNET AND NETWORK ECONOMICS, PROCEEDINGS Arrow, K. J. 2007; 4858: 1-2
  • Winter on Schumpeter on the firm: some issues of intertemporal continuity INDUSTRIAL AND CORPORATE CHANGE Arrow, K. J. 2006; 15 (1): 143-144

    View details for DOI 10.1093/icc/dtj007

    View details for Web of Science ID 000236146900007

  • Making antimalarial agents available in Africa NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE Arrow, K. J., Gelband, H., Jamison, D. T. 2005; 353 (4): 333-335

    View details for Web of Science ID 000230782800003

    View details for PubMedID 16000348

  • Untitled ECON JOURNAL WATCH Arrow, K. 2005; 2 (1): 105-105
  • Are we consuming too much? JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES Arrow, K., Dasgupta, P., Goulder, L., Daily, G., Ehrlich, P., Heal, G., Levin, S., Maler, K. G., Schneider, S., Starrett, D., Walker, B. 2004; 18 (3): 147-172
  • Genetic diversity and interdependent crop choices in agriculture Heal, G., Walker, B., Levin, S., Arrow, K., Dasgupta, P., Daily, G., Ehrlich, P., Maler, K. G., Kautsky, N., Lubchenco, J., Schneider, S., Starrett, D. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2004: 175-184
  • The American economic review BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Arrow, K. J. 2004; 82 (2): 141-149
  • Evaluating projects and assessing sustainable development in imperfect economies ENVIRONMENTAL & RESOURCE ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J., Dasgupta, P., Maler, K. G. 2003; 26 (4): 647-685
  • Introductory remarks on the history of game theory GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR Arrow, K. J. 2003; 45 (1): 15-18
  • Coping with uncertainty: A call for a new science-policy forum AMBIO Kinzig, A. P., Starrett, D., Arrow, K., Aniyar, S., Bolin, B., Dasgupta, P., Ehrlich, P., Folke, C., Hanemann, M., Heal, G., Hoel, M., Jansson, A., Jansson, B. O., Kautsky, N., Levin, S., Lubchenco, J., Maler, K. G., Pacala, S. W., Schneider, S. H., Siniscalco, D., Walker, B. 2003; 32 (5): 330-335

    Abstract

    The scientific and policy worlds have different goals, which can lead to different standards for what constitutes "proof" of a change or phenomena, and different approaches for characterizing and conveying uncertainty and risk. These differences can compromise effective communication among scientists, policymakers, and the public, and constrain the types of socially compelling questions scientists are willing to address. In this paper, we review a set of approaches for dealing with uncertainty, and illustrate some of the errors that arise when science and policy fail to coordinate correctly. We offer a set of recommendations, including restructuring of science curricula and establishment of science-policy forums populated by leaders in both arenas, and specifically constituted to address problems of uncertainty.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000185431000002

    View details for PubMedID 14571961

  • The genuine savings criterion and the value of population ECONOMIC THEORY Arrow, K. J., Dasgupta, P., Maler, K. G. 2003; 21 (2-3): 217-225
  • Foreword to the Symposium in honor of Mordecai Kurz ECONOMIC THEORY Aliprantis, C. D., Arrow, K. J., Hammond, P. J., Kubler, F., Wu, H. M., Yannelis, N. C. 2003; 21 (2-3): 215-216
  • Population, development, and human natures ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J. 2002; 7: 171-173
  • The genesis of "Optimal Inventory Policy" OPERATIONS RESEARCH Arrow, K. J. 2002; 50 (1): 1-2
  • John C. Harsanyi 1920-2000 - Obituary ECONOMIC JOURNAL Arrow, K. J. 2001; 111 (475): F747-F752
  • Uncertainty and the welfare economics of medical care JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLITICS POLICY AND LAW Arrow, K. J. 2001; 26 (5): 851-883

    View details for Web of Science ID 000172386900004

    View details for PubMedID 11765268

  • Reflections on the reflections JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLITICS POLICY AND LAW Arrow, K. J. 2001; 26 (5): 1197-1203

    View details for Web of Science ID 000172386900026

    View details for PubMedID 11765265

  • In memoriam: John C. Harsanyi GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR Arrow, K. J. 2001; 36 (1): 5-6
  • International approaches to global climate change - Comment WORLD BANK RESEARCH OBSERVER Arrow, K. J. 2000; 15 (2): 173-175
  • Ecology - The value of nature and the nature of value SCIENCE Daily, G. C., Soderqvist, T., Aniyar, S., Arrow, K., Dasgupta, P., Ehrlich, P. R., Folke, C., Jansson, A., Jansson, B. O., Kautsky, N., Levin, S., Lubchenco, J., Maler, K. G., Simpson, D., Starrett, D., Tilman, D., Walker, B. 2000; 289 (5478): 395-396

    Abstract

    Ecosystems are capital assets: When properly managed, they yield a flow of vital goods and services. Relative to other forms of capital, however, ecosystems are poorly understood, scarcely monitored, and--in many important cases--undergoing rapid degradation. The process of economic valuation could greatly improve stewardship. This potential is now being realized with innovative financial instruments and institutional arrangements.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000088305500022

    View details for PubMedID 10939949

  • Managing ecosystem resources ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Arrow, K., Daily, G., Dasgupta, P., Levin, S., Maler, K. G., Maskin, E., Starrett, D., Sterner, T., Tietenberg, T. 2000; 34 (8): 1401-1406
  • Economic transition: Speed and scope JOURNAL OF INSTITUTIONAL AND THEORETICAL ECONOMICS-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR DIE GESAMTE STAATSWISSENSCHAFT Arrow, K. J. 2000; 156 (1): 9-18
  • Observations on social capital SOCIAL CAPITAL Arrow, K. J. 2000: 3-5
  • Notes on sequence economies, transaction costs, and uncertainty JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC THEORY Arrow, K. J., Hahn, F. 1999; 86 (2): 203-218
  • Science over politics SCIENCE Lanza, R. P., Arrow, K. J., Axelrod, J., Baltimore, D., Benacerraf, B., Bloch, K. E., Bloembergen, N., BROWN, H. C., BROWN, M. S., Cibelli, J. B., Cohen, S., Cooper, L. N., Corey, E. J., Dulbecco, R., Fischer, E. H., Fitch, V. L., Friedman, J. I., Friedman, M., Furchgott, R. F., Gell-Mann, M., Glaser, D. A., Glashow, S. L., Gilbert, W., Goldstein, J. L., Gould, S. J., GUILLEMIN, R., Hauptman, H. K., Hauptman, H. A., Herschbach, D., Hoffman, R., Hood, L., Hubel, D. H., Karle, J., Klein, L. R., Kohn, W., Kornberg, A., Krebs, E. G., Lederman, L. M., Lederberg, J., Lee, D. M., Lucas, R. E., Marcus, R. A., MERRIFIELD, R. B., Miller, M. H., Modigliani, F., Molina, M. J., Mullis, K., Murad, F., Murray, J. E., Nathans, D., Nirenberg, M. W., North, D. C., Olah, G. A., PALADE, G. E., Perl, M. J., Ramsey, N. F., Richter, B., Roberts, R. J., Robl, J. M., Samuelson, P. A., Schwartz, M., Sharp, P. A., Smalley, R. E., Smith, H. O., Solow, R. M., TAUBE, H., Tonegawa, S., Watson, J. D., Weinberg, S., Weller, T. H., West, M. D., Wieschaus, E. F., Wiesel, T. N., Wilson, R. W. 1999; 283 (5409): 1849-1850

    View details for Web of Science ID 000079228600016

    View details for PubMedID 10206888

  • Knowledge as a factor of production ANNUAL WORK BANK CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 1999 Arrow, K. J. 1999: 15-20
  • Amartya K. Sen's contributions to the study of social welfare SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J. 1999; 101 (2): 163-172
  • What has economics to say about racial discrimination? JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES Arrow, K. J. 1998; 12 (2): 91-100
  • Contested commodities - Radin,MJ (Book Review) JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE Book Review Authored by: Arrow, K. J. 1997; 35 (2): 757-765
  • The functions of social choice theory Arrow, K. J. ST MARTINS PRESS INC. 1997: 3-9
  • Benefit-cost analysis and the environment - Response SCIENCE Arrow, K. J., Cropper, M. L., Eads, G. C., Hahn, R. W., Lave, L. B., NOLL, R. G., Portney, P. R., Russell, M., Schmalensee, R., Smith, V. K., Stavins, R. N. 1996; 272 (5268): 1572-1573
  • The theory of risk-bearing: Small and great risks Arrow, K. J. KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBL. 1996: 103-111
  • Is there a role for benefit-cost analysis in environmental, health, and safety regulation? SCIENCE Arrow, K. J., Cropper, M. L., Eads, G. C., Hahn, R. W., Lave, L. B., NOLL, R. G., Portney, P. R., Russell, M., Schmalensee, R., Smith, V. K., Stavins, R. N. 1996; 272 (5259): 221-222

    View details for Web of Science ID A1996UE72900028

    View details for PubMedID 8602504

  • Economic growth, carrying capacity, and the environment ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS Arrow, K., Bolin, B., Costanza, R., Dasgupta, P., Folke, C., Holling, C. S., Jansson, B. O., Levin, S., Maler, K. G., Perrings, C., Pimentel, D. 1996; 6 (1): 13-15
  • Rational preferences and rational beliefs - Comment Arrow, K. J. ST MARTINS PRESS INC. 1996: 362-363
  • Information, responsibility, and human services Arrow, K. J. UNIV CHICAGO PRESS. 1996: 229-244
  • Economic growth, carrying capacity, and the environment ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS Arrow, K., Bolin, B., Costanza, R., Dasgupta, P., Folke, C., Holling, C. S., Jansson, B. O., Levin, S., Maler, K. G., Perrings, C., Pimentel, D. 1995; 15 (2): 91-95
  • ECONOMIC-GROWTH, CARRYING-CAPACITY, AND THE ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE Arrow, K., Bolin, B., Costanza, R., Dasgupta, P., Folke, C., Holling, C. S., Jansson, B. O., Levin, S., Maler, K. G., Perrings, C., Pimentel, D. 1995; 268 (5210): 520-521

    View details for Web of Science ID A1995QV40700024

    View details for PubMedID 17756719

  • DISTINGUISHED FELLOW - SCARF,HERBERT CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMICS JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES Arrow, K. J., Kehoe, T. J. 1994; 8 (4): 161-181
  • METHODOLOGICAL INDIVIDUALISM AND SOCIAL KNOWLEDGE Arrow, K. J. AMER ECON ASSN. 1994: 1-9
  • GENERAL ECONOMIC-THEORY AND INCOME INEQUALITY Arrow, K. J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE PUBL B V. 1994: 343-347
  • ECONOMIC-INTEGRATION AND THE FUTURE OF THE NATION-STATE CONTEMPORARY POLICY ISSUES HARBERGER, A. C., Arrow, K. J., Wolf, C., Intriligator, M. D., TULLOCK, G. 1993; 11 (2): 1-22
  • SCALE RETURNS IN COMMUNICATION AND ELITE CONTROL OF ORGANIZATIONS JOURNAL OF LAW ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION Arrow, K. J. 1991; 7: 1-6
  • CITATION CLASSIC - SOCIAL CHOICE AND INDIVIDUAL-VALUES CURRENT CONTENTS/SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Arrow, K. J. 1988: 18-18
  • RATIONALITY OF SELF AND OTHERS IN AN ECONOMIC-SYSTEM JOURNAL OF BUSINESS Arrow, K. J. 1986; 59 (4): S385-S399
  • MAINE AND TEXAS AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW Arrow, K. J. 1985; 75 (2): 320-323
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  • PERMANENT AND TRANSITORY SUBSTITUTION EFFECTS IN HEALTH-INSURANCE EXPERIMENTS JOURNAL OF LABOR ECONOMICS Arrow, K. J. 1984; 2 (2): 259-267
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  • UNIQUENESS OF INTERNAL RATE OF RETURN WITH VARIABLE LIFE OF INVESTMENT ECONOMIC JOURNAL Arrow, K. J., LEVHARI, D. 1969; 79 (315): 560-566
  • OPTIMAL CONSUMER ALLOCATION OVER AN INFINITE HORIZON JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC THEORY Arrow, K. J., Kurz, M. 1969; 1 (1): 68-91
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