2 edition of **core of an exchange economy with differential information** found in the catalog.

core of an exchange economy with differential information

Robert B. Wilson

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Published
**1976**
by Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, Stanford University in Stanford, CA
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Written in English

- Balance of trade -- Mathematical models.,
- Commerce -- Mathematical models.

**Edition Notes**

Binghamton University Libraries" copy bound with: Keynesian economics and general equilibrium theory / Frank Hahn.

Statement | by Robert Wilson. |

Series | Technical report (Stanford University. Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences) -- no. 220., Economics series (Stanford University. Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences) |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 15 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 15 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22408550M |

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We show that the fine core of an atomless exchange economy with differential information is a subset of the ex-post core of the economy. (This inclusion may be proper, and it does not hold for economies with a finite number of traders.)Cited by: The core of an exchange economy with differential information Let Y be a separable Banach lattice with an order continuous norm, whose dual Y* has the RNP.

1 Let .Q, F, #) be a complete finite measure space. An exchange economy with differential information F={(Xi, ul, e~,Fi,qi). We prove the existence of: (1) a core allocation for an exchange economy with differential information and; (2) an [alpha]-core strategy for a game in normal form with differential information Author: Nicholas Yannelis.

We introduce a new core concept for an exchange economy with differential information which is contained in the coarse core concept of Wilson (). We prove the existence of: (i) a core allocation for an exchange economy with differential.

Part of the Studies in Economic Theory book series (, volume 19) Download book PDF The core of an economy with differential information. Nicholas C. Yannelis This volume contains original contributions on noncooperative and cooperative equilibrium notions in economies with differential information and provides answers to the.

In this paper, we show that as the economy gets replicated, this informational advantage diminishes, and disappears in the limit. Introduction In a recent paper, Srivastava () redefined and analyzed Wilson's () notion of the core of an exchange economy with differential information.

(), who considers the core of an economy with differential information, Allen’s work was supported by NSF grants SBR and DMI The views ex. It is not difficult to observe that every com-petitive equilibrium is a core allocation, but the converse does not hold in general.

InAumann [2] established an interesting result showing that the converse holds for an exchange economy with a continuum of agents. librium concepts with differential information. The ﬁrst one was by Wilson (), who considers the core of an economy with differential information, Allen’s work was supported by NSF grants SBR and DMI The views ex-pressed herein are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Federal Reserve Bank of.

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© Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 16 7 The Exchange Theory of Edgeworth. The core of an economy Coalition: A coalition S is any subset of agents with mandatory agreements. zAny coalition S can block a proposed allocation x whenever the agents in S can reallocate their initial endowments among themselves and be better than under x.

Downloadable. We consider exchange economies with a continuum of agents and differential information about finitely many states of nature. It was proved in Einy, Moreno and Shitovitz () that if we allow for free disposal in the market clearing (feasibility) constraints then an irreducible economy has a competitive (or Walrasian expectations) equilibrium, and moreover, the set of.

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price information. We show that differential access generally increases the cost of capital and volatility, reduces market efﬁciency and liquidity, discourages the pro-duction of fundamental information, harms liquidity traders, and beneﬁts rational traders relative to an economy in which all traders observe price data simultane-ously.

Abstract. We consider exchange economies with a continuum of agents and differential information about finitely many states of nature.

It was proved in Einy et al. (Econ The –, ) that if we allow for free disposal in the market clearing (feasibility) constraints then an irreducible economy has a competitive (or Walrasian expectations) equilibrium, and moreover, the set of.

Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: and the core of an economy --Information, efficiency and the core of an economy Comments onWilson's paper --The core of an economy with differential information --An alternative proof of the nonemptiness of the private core --On the continuity of expected utility --Market.

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Yannelis --The core of an economy with. Abstract 2 This work considers an exchange economy with a finite number of agents and a finite number of goods where the agents are arbitragers.

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International Accounting Standard 21 (IAS 21) defines exchange difference as “the difference resulting from translating a given number of units of one currency into another currency at different exchange rates”. An entity may carry out transactions in foreign currency.

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