## Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov

Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov

http://www.lomonosov.com/books/a-mathematical-approach-to-a-mathematical-model-of-unemployment

http://www.nej.org/ContentNews/Content_center/articles/2015/09/29/unemployment-and-retirement-from-the-bait-war

American Economy: What Does It All Mean for the U.S.? by David Graeber, Robert Lomax and Michael Greenfield. Published by Oxford University Press.

A review of American economics using a basic “coefficient of exchange” technique and the results of a systematic empirical investigation.

Economics of Income and Wealth 1.6 (1999)

Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Center for Applied Economics and a Distinguished Fellow, the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, Center for Applied Economics and a Senior Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The author of the forthcoming book “A Mathematical Approach to a Mathematical Model of Unemployment,” he also teaches at NYU, the Fordham Institute for the Arts at Tel Aviv University and the University of California, Berkeley who recently authored a textbook on “The Theory of Business,” the only language he can find to deal fully effectively with the problems of entrepreneurship. He is based in San Francisco, where he lives with his wife, and works as a private tutor at the Yost School of Business.

http://www.lomonosov.com/books/a-mathematical-approach-to-a-mathematical-model-of-unemployment Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov

http://www.nej.org/ContentNews/Content_center/articles/2015/09/29/unemployment-and-retirement-from-the-bait-war

American Economy: What Does It All Mean for the U.S.? by David Graeber, Robert Lomax and Michael Greenfield. Published by Oxford University Press.

A review of American economics using a basic “coefficient of exchange” technique and the results of a systematic empirical investigation.

Economics of Income and Wealth 1.6 (1999)