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by Antoon van den Elzen

Author: Antoon van den Elzen
Subcategory: Business & Finance
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1993 edition (December 14, 1993)
Pages: 146 pages
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We consider price adjustment processes in exchange economies and strategy adjustment processes in noncooperative games. An adjustment process for an international trade model. In the most simple version of an exchange economy, . An equilibrium situation is attained if, for some price vector, demand equals supply in all markets

We consider price adjustment processes in exchange economies and strategy adjustment processes in. .Adjustment Processes for Exchange Economics and Noncooperative Games (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems). a pure exchange economy, there exist markets on which prices are determined by the demand and supply created by a finite number of consumers This monograph is a treatise on adjustment processes. 3540573100 (ISBN13: 9783540573104).

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mathematical programming. in. mathematical In this process the decision maker is requested to provide under partial information about the set of feasible solutions an answer for at least on. At the Institute of Economics at the University of Aachen we have an OR-Group, some members of which deal also with MCP. In this paper some of the recent results of this group are presented briefly. In this process the decision maker is requested to provide under partial information about the set of feasible solutions an answer for at least one component of any given efficient output (goal) vector, that he would not accept losses regarding the corresponding actual numerical values. The method converges as will be demonstrated by a numerical example.

Games (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems). More special, with the computation of Nash equilibria in noncooperative games

Adjustment Processes for Exchange Economies and Noncooperative Games (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems). EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 9780387573106. Brand Springer-Verlag. 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 are considered. More special, with the computation of Nash equilibria in noncooperative games. It is shown how to find a perfect equilibrium and illustrated that the described method is superior to the Lemke-Howson method and can be used for finding more equilibria.

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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 determined by the demand and supply created by a finite number of consumers willing to exchange their initial endowments in order to maximize their utilities. An equilibrium situation is attained if, for some price vector, demand equals supply in all markets. Starting from a situation not being an equi­ librium an adjustment process reaches an equilibrium via adaptations of prices. The advantage of the adjustment processes we will present in this monograph is that they exist and converge under far weaker assumptions than existing processes. The second subject concerns the problem of finding Nash equilibria in noncooperative games. A Nash equilibrium is a situation from which no player can improve his position by unilaterally changing his strategy. We present a new algorithm for finding such equilibria. The sequence of stra­ tegy vectors generated by the algorithm can be interpreted as the path followed by a strategy adjustment process.