The textbook highlights the role of the stock market in deterministic overlapping generations models with production and capital accumulation. In particular, it will be shown that a stock market first influences the process of capital accumulation, second that the stock market serves as a transfer mechanism for firms, and third that bubbles on the stock market are to be expected. The author Michael W. Loretz gives insight into economic modelling of stock markets using overlapping generations models. The reader becomes aware of interactions between households and firms and the connected investment decisions. Additionally, the formation of stock prices is investigated. Finally, implications for financial valuation of firms are shown. The textbook presents a worthwhile investment for advanced economic students and professionals as well as persons interested in economic modelling.