Among Stigler's notable contributions to economics were his study of
the economics of information, an important elaboration of the traditional
understanding of how efficient markets operate, and his studies of public
regulation, in which he concluded that at best it has little influence
and that it is usually detrimental to consumer interests. Stigler's
publications include The Theory of Price (1942), a textbook of microeconomics;
The Intellectual and the Market Place (1964); Essays in the History
of Economic Thought (1965); The Citizen and the State (1975); and The
Economist as Preacher, and Other Essays (1982).
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