Edgeworth Box Economies with Multiple Equilibria

By Toda Alexis Akira and James Kieran
Economic Theory Bulletin (2017)

  • Alexis Akira Toda

    University of California San Diego

    USA

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January 17, 2018

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Run "test_excessDemandCES.m" to plot the example with CES utility function (excessDemandCES.m computes the excess demand). Run "excessDemandQuadratic.m", "excessDemandQL.m", and "excessDemandHARA.m" to plot examples with quandratic, quasi-linear, and HARA utilities.

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