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Co-ordination assumptions and multiple equilibria.

J. N. Wolfe

Co-ordination assumptions and multiple equilibria.

by J. N. Wolfe

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Published in [Lafayette, Ind .
Written in English

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  • Economics -- Mathematical models

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    SeriesPurdue University. School of Industrial Management. Institute for Quantitative Research in Economics and Management. Institute paper -- no. 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB74 M3 W6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 leaves.
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14343944M

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    Assumptions are the next level of truths, the ones we feel we can take for granted, given the principles we have accepted. If we accept, for instance, that life is an “unalienable right” – a right of every human being that cannot be taken away – then we will usually assume that killing another person is wrong, or at least that we don. In contrast, a general equilibrium analysis incorporates the interaction of import and export sectors and then considers the effects of policies on multiple sectors in the economy. It uses offer curves to depict equilibria and measures welfare with aggregate welfare functions or trade indifference curves.

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Co-ordination assumptions and multiple equilibria by J. N. Wolfe Download PDF EPUB FB2

CO-ORDINATION ASSUMPTIONS AND MULTIPLE EQUILIBRIA* By J. WOLFE Perfect competition, - The case of monopoly, Other market forms, - Vertical integration, - Policy implications, - Eco-nomic development, Much of the most notable work of economic theorists has been devoted to the examination of the nature of.

Co-ordination Assumptions and Multiple Equilibria* J. Wolfe. University of California, Berkeley. Search for other works by this author on: J. Wolfe, Co-ordination Assumptions and Multiple Equilibria, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol Issue 2, MayPages –, Cited by: 2. Downloadable. Are beliefs as indeterminate as suggested by models with multiple equilibria.

Multiplicity of equilibria arise largely as the unintended consequence of two modelling assumptions -- the fundamentals are assumed to be common knowledge, and economic agents know others' actions in equilibrium.

Both are questionable. When others' actions are not known with certainty, such as when. EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW ELSEVIER European Economic Review 41 () Walras-Keynes equilibria coordination and macroeconomics Jacques H.

Co-ordination assumptions and multiple equilibria. book Dreze* Universitcatholique de Louvain, 34 Voie du Roman Pays, B Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Abstract In decentralised market economies, supply-constrained equilibria may persist as co- ordination Cited by: consequence is the existence of multiple stochastically stable equilibria: both equilibria are stable in G 4 provided a 4 and b 4 are relatively close.

If the size of the basins is the same, b oth. It is demonstrated that there are multiple equilibria. In one equilibrium, traders truthfully reveal their own information, and by learning this, the central bank can make better forecasts.

Creditor payoffs and the three Nash equilibria of the co‐ordination game are shown in top left panel. The non‐contractible payoffs to the debtor are shown in the top right panel and ICC, the maximum probability of continuation compatible with good effort, is shown as 1 − π m on the horizontal axis (below the intersection of GG and BB at.

equilibria, where one equilibrium Pareto-dominates the others. In this case, if an economy fails to coordinate expectations to achieve the best equilibrium, it is said that it suffers from a coordination failure.

But there may be coordination failures even in the absence of multiple equilibria. This is because there may be activities that are never. The equilibrium approach to price stickiness explains the apparent inflexibility of money prices as one possible equilibrium in a model that contains multiple equilibria.

This paper points out that the equilibrium approach is robust to the assumption that agents may write contracts that are contingent upon the realization of the money supply. ‘The book builds upon and greatly elaborates on the pioneering, fundamental work that Arie Beresteanu, Ilya Molchanov, and Francesca Molinari did on connecting econometric models with missing data and set-valued responses - such as games with multiple equilibria - to the theory of random sets, a beautiful field of mathematics, probability theory, and mathematical economics.

o There can be multiple equilibria (e.g. all use Mac vs. all use Windows) o The particular equilibrium that ends up occurring depends on history (e.g. IBM deciding to go with Microsoft in early 80s) – nothing is predicted by the theory Coordination Failure Jacques H.

Drèze (born ) is a Belgian economist noted for his contributions to economic theory, econometrics, and economic policy as well as for his leadership in the economics èze was the first President of the European Economic Association in and was the President of the Econometric Society in Jacques Drèze is also the father of five sons.

simultaneous general equilibrium of all markets in the economy. This of course raises the questions of (i) whether such a general equilibrium exists; and (ii) what are its properties.

A recurring theme in general equilibrium analysis, and economic theory more generally, has been the idea that the competitive price mechanism leads to out.

where there is a default, even when shocks are temporary. This co-ordination game has three Nash equilibria: two in pure strategies (stay, stay) and (quit, quit), and a third in mixed strategies.

Solving creditor co-ordination problems in sovereign bond markets is, however, subject to a moral hazard constraint: that debtors must retain the. of the equilibria of a game is much more compelling if we expect players to learn or converge to one of these equilibria.

In many of the games discussed in this part of the book, relatively weak assumptions imply that local, uncoordinated optimization by players leads to an equilibrium outcome in a reasonable amount of time (see Sections P1: SBT FM-main CUNYNisan 0 0 August 3, contents vii Algorithm for Single-Source Multiple-Sink Markets Discussion and Open Problems Bibliography Exercises 6 Computation of Market Equilibria by Convex Programming   “Multiple Equilibria in the British Labor Market,” by Alan Manning.

European Economic Review, vol. 36, – “The Persistence and Indeterminacy of Unemployment in Search Equilibrium,” by Dale Mortensen.

Scandinavian Journal of Economics, vol. 91, –   (More precisely, there are multiple subgame-perfect Nash equilibria—see “Model and methods” and ref. 24 —which all yield identical emissions profiles.) At this equilibrium emissions. multiple equilibria.

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Sorry about the switch from A to S in designation of substrate. the possibility of market equilibrium. If one admits the existence of multiple forms of co-ordination, then one must also acknowledge a plurality of what we have called "worlds" which are constituted by objects which are relevant for each of those forms.

The two previous arguments about the plurality of the forms of co-ordination. Upon the addition of protons to an aqueous solution containing multiple buffers, the final H + concentration ([H +]) at equilibrium is determined by the partitioning of added H + among the various buffer components.

In the analysis of acid-base chemistry, the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation and the Stewart strong ion formulation can only describe (rather than predict) the equilibrium pH.and other models of oligopoly, we refer to the books by Friedman [10] and Vives [24].

Asymmetric Costs Very often, modi cations of the original models are made under the assumption of symmetric marginal costs across rms.

When one considers an asymmetric cost structure, the issue of the.