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Journal Articles

  • Moore, J. (2010). On Aggregation and Welfare Analysis. Review of Economic Design, vol. 14 95-129.
  • Moore, J. (2005). Walrasian versus Quasi-Competitive Equilibrium and the Core of a Production Economy. Economic Theory, (2), 345-359.
  • Moore, J., Whinston, A., Nam, K., Raghu, T., & Rao, H. (1997). Information Acquisition Strategies for Resource Allocation Among Multiple Agents. Information Systems Research, vol. 8 (2), 151-170.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W., & Whinston, A. (1996). An Optimal Search Strategy Based on User Preferences for Choice-Oriented Databases. Revue d'Automatique d'Informatique et de Recherche d'Operationelle (Review of Automation Computer Science and OR), vol. 30 (1), 32.
  • Moore, J., Rao, H., & Whinston, A. (1996). Information Processing for a Finite Resource Allocation Mechanism. Economic Theory, vol. 8 (2), 267-290.
  • Moore, J., Rao, H., & Whinston, A. (1996). Experimental Strategies for Preference Information Acquisition: A Lattice Path Treatment. Group Decision and Negotiation, vol. 6 139-158.
  • Moore, J., Lang, K., & Whinston, A. (1995). Computational Systems for Qualitative Economics. Computational Economics, vol. 8 26.
  • Moore, J., Rao, H., & Whinston, A. (1994). Multi-Agent Resource Allocation: An Incomplete Information Perspective. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, vol. 24 (8), 1208-19.
  • Moore, J., Jacob, V., & Whinston, A. (1992). Design of Interactive Systems: A Formal Approach. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, vol. 37 23-46.
  • Balakrishnan, A.,Moore, J., Pakath, R., & Whinston, A. (1991). Information Tradeoffs in Model Building: A Network Routing Application. Computational Economics (a.k.a. Computer Science in Economics and Management), vol. 4 (3), 201-227.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W., & Whinston, A. (1990). A Decision-Theoretic Approach to Information Retrieval. ACM Transactions on Database Systems, vol. 15 (3), 311-340.
  • Moore, J., Rao, H., & Whinston, A. (1990). A Preference Theory Approach to Decision Analysis in Resource Allocation. Computational Eonomics (a.k.a. Computer Science in Economics and Management), vol. 3 215-237.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W., & Whinston, A. (1990). Optimal Decision Processes and Algorithms. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, vol. 14 (2), 375-417.
  • Moore, J., Jacob, V., & Whinston, A. (1989). A Model of Decision Making Involving Two Information Processors. Computational Economics (a.k.a. Computer Science in Economics and Management), vol. 2 119-149.
  • Jacob, V., Moore, J. & Whinston, A. (1989). An Analysis of Human and Computer Decision-Making Capabilities. Information and Management, vol. 16 247-255.
  • Jacob, V., Moore, J. & Whinston, A. (1988). Artificial Intelligence and the Management Science Practitioner: Rational Choice and Artificial Intelligence. Interfaces, vol. 18 (4), 24-35.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W. & Whinston, A. (1988). A Decision-Theoretic Approach to File Search. Computational Economics (a.k.a. Computer Science in Economics and Management), vol. 1 (1), 3-19.
  • Moore, J., & Whinston, A. (1987). A Model of Decision-Making with Sequential Information Acquisition, Part 2. Decision Support Systems, vol. 3 47-72.
  • Moore, J., & Whinston, A. (1986). A Model of Decision-Making with Sequential Information Acquisition, Part 1. Decision Support Systems, vol. 2 285-307.
  • Moore, J. (1983). Measurable Triples and Cardinal Measurement. Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 29 (1), 120-60.
  • Chipman, J., & Moore, J. (1980). Real National Income with Homothetic Preferences and a Fixed Distribution of Income. Econometrica, vol. 48 (2), 401-422.
  • Chipman, J., & Moore, J. (1980). Compensating Variation, Consumer's Surplus, and Welfare. American Economic Review, vol. 70 (5), 933-49.
  • Chipman, J. & Moore, J (1979). On Social Welfare Functions and the Aggregation of Preferences. Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 21 (1), 111-139.
  • Chipman, J., & Moore, J. (1978). The New Welfare Economics, 1939-1974. International Economic Review, vol. 19 (3), 547-84.
  • Chipman, J. & Moore, J (1977). Continuity and Uniqueness in Revealed Preference. Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol. 4 139-172.
  • Chipman, J., & Moore, J. (1976). Why an Increase in GNP Need Not Imply an Improvement in Potential Welfare. Kyklos, vol. 29 (3), 391-418.
  • Moore, J. (1975). The Existence of Compensated Equilibrium and the Structure of The Pareto Efficiency Frontier. International Economic Review, vol. 16 (2), 267-300.
  • Chipman, J., & Moore, J. (1973). Aggregate Demand, Real National Income, and the Compensation Principle. International Economic Review, vol. 14 (1), 153-81.
  • Chipman, J., & Moore, J. (1972). Social Utility and The Gains from Trade. Journal of International Economics, vol. 2 (2), 157-72.
  • Moore, J., Whinston, A., Wu, B., & Joseph, S. (1972). Resource Allocation in a Non-Convex Economy. Review of Economic Studies, vol. 39 (3), 303-23.

Proceedings (refereed)

  • Moore, J., Richmond, W., & Whinston, A. (1994). Economic Decision Theory as a Paradigm for The Construction and Evaluation of Algorithms and Information Systems. New Directions in Computational Economics,

Books

  • Moore, J. (2007). General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics. Springer, Be & Heidelberg.
  • Moore, J. (1999). Mathematical Methods for Economic Theory.Vols. 1 & 2. Springer, Heidelberg and New York.

Book (edited)

  • Aliprantis, C., Matzkin, R. McFadden, D., Moore, J & Yannelis, N. (2006). Rationality and Equilibrium. Springer,
  • Moore, J., Riezman, R. & Melvin, J. (1999). Trade, Theory and Econometrics: Essays in Honor of John S. Chipman. Routledge,

Book Chapters

  • Moore, J. (1999). Quasi-Equivalent Variation Analysis in The Gorman Polar Case. Routledge, 290-308.
  • Moore, J., & Chipman, J. (1994). The Measurement of Aggregate Welfare. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. 552-592.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W. & Whinston, A. (1994). Economic Decision Theory as a Paradigm for the Construction an Evaluation of Algorithms in Information Systems. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 151-173.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W. & Whinston, A. (1992). An Economic Model for Computing. IEEE Computer Science Press,
  • Chipman, J. & Moore, J (1992). Compensating Variation as a Measure of Welfare Change. Springer-Verlag, 93-128.
  • Chipman, J., & Moore, J. (1990). Acceptable Indicators of Welfare Change, Consumer's Surplus Analysis, and the Gorman Polar Form. Westview Press, Boulder and Oxford. 68-120.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W. & Whinston, A. (1988). Choice Theory and Data Base. Springer-Verlag, 393-412.
  • Moore, J., Richmond, W. & Whinston, A. (1988). Mathematical Basis for Decision Support Systems. Springer-Verlag, 715-725.
  • Moore, J. (1987). Cost and Supply Curves. Stockton Press,
  • Hall, K., Moore, J. & Whinston, A. (1986). A Theoretical Basis for Expert Systems. Elsevier Science (North Holland), 11-19.
  • Chipman, J. & Moore, J (1976). The Scope of Consumer's Surplus Arguments. D. C. Heath & Co., 69-123.
  • Chipman, J. & Moore, J (1971). The Compensation Principle in Welfare Economics. University Press of Kansas, 1-78.
  • Moore, J. (1968). Some Extensions of the Kuhn-Tucker Results in Concave Programming. University Press of Kansas, 31-72.
  • Moore, J. (1968). A Note on Point-Set Mappings. University Press of Kansas, 129-140.