3 edition of Adjustment processes for exchange economies and noncooperative games found in the catalog.
Adjustment processes for exchange economies and noncooperative games
Antoon van den Elzen
Includes bibliographical references (p. -146).
|Statement||Antoon van den Elzen.|
|Series||Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems ;, 402|
|LC Classifications||HF1379 .E45 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|ISBN 10||3540573100, 0387573100|
|LC Control Number||93036418|
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We consider price adjustment processes in exchange economies and strategy adjustment processes in noncooperative games. In the most simple version of an exchange economy, i.e. a pure exchange economy, there exist markets on which prices are determined by the demand and supply created by a finite number of consumers willing to exchange their.
This monograph is a treatise on adjustment processes. We consider price adjustment processes in exchange economies and strategy adjustment processes in noncooperative games. In the most simple version of an exchange economy, i.e. a pure exchange economy, there exist markets on which prices are.
Adjustment Processes for Exchange Economies and Noncooperative Games (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems): Economics Books @ ed by: Adjustment processes for exchange economies and noncooperative games. [Antoon van den Elzen] Two price adjustment processes for a pure exchange economy.
The proportional process. Direct approach towards the sign process. Homotopy approach towards the sign process -- 4. An adjustment process for an international trade model. Get this from a library. Adjustment Processes for Exchange Economies and Noncooperative Games.
[Antoon Elzen] -- The first part of this book deals with tatonnement processes in different general equilibrium models. The standard price exchange model, an international trade model and an economy with production. van den Elzen A.
() Existence of adjustment processes. In: Adjustment Processes for Exchange Economies and Noncooperative Games. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, vol Author: Antoon van den Elzen.
Existence of adjustment processes.- Two price adjustment processes for a pure exchange economy.- The proportional process 37 Direct. This monograph is a treatise on adjustment processes. We consider price adjustment processes in exchange economies and strategy adjustment processes in noncooperative games.
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