These books are available to be borrowed from the Economics Department's Barr Library. To borrow a book,
see Liz Jenkins in the Economics Department.
Microeconomic Foundations I, by David Kreps.
Advanced Microeconomic Theory, by G.Jehle & P.Reny.
Microeconomic Theory, by A.Mas-Colell, M.Whinston, and J.Green.
General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics: An Introduction, by James C. Moore.
General Equilibrium, Overlapping Generations Models, and Optimal Growth Theory, by Truman Bewley.
Microeconomic Analysis, by Hal Varian.
Theory of Value, by Gerard Debreu.
A Course in Microeconomic Theory, by David Kreps.
Fixed Point Theorems with Applications to Economics and Game Theory, by Kim C. Border.
Applying General Equilibrium, by J.Shoven & J.Whalley.
The Structure of Applied General Equilibrium Models, by V.Ginsburgh & M.Keyzer.
Mathematics for Economists, by C.Simon & L.Blume.
Mathematical Economics, by Akira Takayama.
Numerical Methods in Economics,
by Kenneth Judd.