2 edition of Quasi-equilibria in markets with non-convex preferences found in the catalog.
Quasi-equilibria in markets with non-convex preferences
Ross M. Starr
|Statement||Ross M. Starr.|
|Series||P (Rand Corporation) -- P-3407-1, Paper / Rand -- P-3407-1|
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The Shapley–Folkman lemma is illustrated by the Minkowski addition of four sets. The point (+) in the convex hull of the Minkowski sum of the four non-convex sets (right) is the sum of four points (+) from the (left-hand) sets—two points in two non-convex sets plus two points in the convex hulls of two convex hulls are shaded pink. The original sets each have exactly two . When preferences/payoffs are specified, the mechanism formally becomes a game. The Book of Wheat: An Economic History and Practical Manual of the Wheat Industry. New York: Orange Judd Company, Start, R. "Quasi-Equilibria in Markets with Non-Convex Preferences." Econometrica, 37(1), ,
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QUASI-EQUILIBRIA IN MARKETS WITH NON-CONVEX PREFERENCES' BY Ross M. STARR2 A pure exchange economy is considered without the assumption of convex preferences.
It is shown that the divergence from equilibrium due to non-convexity is bounded in a fashion independent of the number of traders. For a sufficiently large number of traders there are.
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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its. Non-convex preferences were illuminated from to by a sequence of papers in The Journal of Political Economy (JPE).
The main contributors were Farrell, Bator, Koopmans, and Rothenberg. In particular, Rothenberg's paper discussed the approximate convexity of sums of non-convex sets. A pure exchange economy is considered without the assumption of convex preferences.
It is shown that the divergence from equilibrium due to non-convexity is bounded in a fashion independent of the number of traders.
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Journal of Mathematical Economics 3 () North-Holland Publishing Company ABSOLUTE APPROXIMATIONS TO EQUILIBRIUM IN MARKETS WITH NON-CONVEX PREFERENCES * A. SHAKED * * Nufeld College, Oxford, England Received Septemberrevised version received August It is by now a well-known result that non-convexity can Cited by: 3.
Since non-convexity is just the negation of convexity, Starr, R. Quasi-equilibria in markets with non-convex preferences.
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Vassilakis. For the epigraph to their seventh chapter, "Markets with non-convex preferences and production" presenting Starr (), Arrow & Hahn (, p.
) quote John Milton's description of the (non-convex) Serbonian Bog in Paradise Lost (Book II, lines –):A gulf profound as that Serbonian Bog Betwixt Damiata and Mount Casius old.
Cambridge Core - Optimisation - General Equilibrium Theory - by Ross M. Starr. including the case of non-convex preferences, and introduces the investigation of approximate equilibrium with U-shaped curves and non-convex preferences. “ Quasi-equilibria in markets with non-convex preferences.” Econometrica, 37, 25– Starr, R.
().Cited by: For the epigraph to their seventh chapter, "Markets with non-convex preferences and production" presenting Starr (), Arrow & Hahn (, p. ) quote John Milton's description of the (non-convex) Serbonian Bog in Paradise Lost (Book II, lines –): A gulf profound as that Serbonian Bog.
Betwixt Damiata and Mount Casius old. Since non-convexity is just the negation of convexity, it will be useful to begin by reviewing the justifications for the latter. This is a preview of subscription content. An Analysis of General Equilibrium with Positive Transaction Costs and Non-Convex Preference Article in SSRN Electronic Journal July with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Zhiping Xie.
For the epigraph to their seventh chapter, "Markets with non-convex preferences and production" presenting Starr (), Arrow & Hahn (, p. ) quote John Milton's description of the (non-convex) Serbonian Bog in Paradise Lost (Book II, lines –): A gulf profound as that Serbonian Bog Betwixt Damiata and Mount Casius old.
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