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Cournot-Walras equilibrium in exchange economies

Giulio Codognato

Cournot-Walras equilibrium in exchange economies

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Published by Université catholique de Louvain in Louvain-la-Neuve .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Commodity exchanges -- Mathematical models.,
  • Equilibrium (Economics) -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 61-62).

    StatementGiulio Codognato.
    SeriesUniversité catholique de Louvain, Faculté des sciences économique, sociales et politiques -- nouv. sér. no 228, Publications de la Faculté des sciences économiques, sociales et politiques de l"Université catholique de Louvain -- nouv. sér., no 228.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB145 .C6 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62, 18 p. ;
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17174851M

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This paper introduces two equilibrium concepts which extend the notion of Stackelberg competition to cover a general equilibrium framework.

From the benchmarks of Cournot-Walras economies and of. This paper extends the notion of Cournot-Walras equilibrium introduced by Codognato and Gabszewicz () in a particular context (homogeneous oligopoly) to a general class of pure exchange economies.

Some examples are considered, corresponding to oligopolistic structures analyzed in partial equilibrium. Finally, we discuss a possible extension of the concept to the case of a productive Cited by: The first is the Cournot-Walras equilibrium approach, which is modeled by Gabszewicz and Vial [1] in an economy with production, and in exchange economies by Codognato and Gabszewicz [2,3.

Downloadable. This paper introduces two equilibrium concepts which extend the notion of Stackelberg competition to cover a general equilibrium framework.

From the benchmarks of Cournot-Walras economies and the strategic market games, the introduction of an active leader modifies the working of market power and the configuration of strategic interactions.

The first section of this book accordingly examines the foundations of Walras's work. These include his philosophical and methodological approach to economic modelling, his views on human nature, and the basic components of his general equilibrium by:   To any amount of assets supplied by arbitrageurs to the exchanges, there corresponds a Walrasian equilibrium on each exchange.

Equilibrium supplies are then determined in a Cournot game played by the arbitrageurs. The result is a unique Cournot-Walras equilibrium Cited by: Dierker, Hildegard,Existence of Nash equilibrium in pure strategies in an oligopoly with price setting firms, Sonderforschungsbereichdiscussion paper A, (Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universit Bonn, Bonn).

Gary-Bobo, Cournot, a great forerunner of mathematical economics Gabszewicz, Jean Jaskold and Jean-Philipe Vial Cited by: 1. Dierker, H. and B. Grodal () ‘Non-Existence of Cournot — Walras Equilibrium in a General Equilibrium Model with Two Oligopolists’, in W.

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This paper shows that one of crucial causes of contemporary financial-economic crisis is an abandonment of the classic and Walras’s theories, in particular the monetary theory. Therefore, it discusses three fundamental differences between Walras’s and modern economists’ approaches: 1) the relationship between theory and reality; 2) the use of mathematics in economic theory; and 3) the Cited by: 6.

S where si E Si is a strategy of i from his set. A non-cooperative equilibrium (s*, sz, s,*) is such that if i ZThe main thrust of this article is on the study of monopolistic competition, its relationship to general equilibrium and the value of and difficulties with the non-cooperative equilibrium by: 5.

Title: Cournot-Walras equilibrium in exchange economies Date: Febru Supervisor: Jean J. Gabszewicz Current position: Università degli Studi di Udine, Italy.

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The equilibrium position of the system of Figure 1 is assumed to be the point P, where the demand and supply curves intersect and where PN is the equilibrium price and ON is the equilibrium quantity.

Any equilibrium, however, must be seen as a special case of a dynamic system, and in this case there are at least two different dynamic systems.

The assumptions made in Cournot-Walras approach may not be realistic, unless is an auctioneer, as in the case of well-organized markets. the numéraire, non-out-of-equilibrium-exchange, etc.

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Full text of "Economic Policy For The Thinking Man" See other formats. A Cournot-Walras equilibrium is then defined as a set of production plans such that, given the production plans selected by its rivals, each firm maximizes its profit with respect to any unilateral deviation from its equilibrium production plan, taking into account the price variations in the exchange economy which result from the corresponding Cited by: 7.

12 Jevons, Edgeworth, and the competitive equilibrium of exchange Jevons }s theory of exchange Edgeworth }s limit theorem Contents 13 14 Divisible trade and the law of indifference Cournot- Walras arbitrage exchange economy.

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Today the solution can be given as a Nash equilibrium but Cournot’s work preceded modern game theory by over years.

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