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He currently is serving as the Series Editor for the International Series in

Academic Publishers . In addition to Introduction to

two ...

He currently is serving as the Series Editor for the International Series in

**Operations**Research and Management Science being published by KluwerAcademic Publishers . In addition to Introduction to

**Operations**Research and thetwo ...

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He currently is serving as the Series Editor for the International Series in

Academic Publishers . In addition to Introduction to

two ...

He currently is serving as the Series Editor for the International Series in

**Operations**Research and Management Science being published by KluwerAcademic Publishers . In addition to Introduction to

**Operations**Research and thetwo ...

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His research interests include applications of

theory , general equilibrium theory with incomplete markets , asset pricing , and

computational economics . Dr. Schmedders received his doctorate in

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His research interests include applications of

**operations**research in economictheory , general equilibrium theory with incomplete markets , asset pricing , and

computational economics . Dr. Schmedders received his doctorate in

**operations**...

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