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By Hukukane Nikaido

While conventional expense conception has effectively elucidated nationwide source of revenue distribution in a wonderfully aggressive economic climate, little is understood at the present time concerning the total operating of a noncompetitive economic climate. This e-book strikes to therapy the imbalance by means of sketching a common equilibrium idea of a noncompetitive economy.

Developing his idea on this planet of the normal Leontief approach, Hukukane Nikaido makes an attempt to build aim call for features reflecting the interdependence of monetary brokers within the actual global upon which the monopolist's regulate of costs or output finally depends.

Originally released in 1975.

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Hence 1/1 (r2) is bounded, so that it can be included in a simplex A ={cicZ:O, 5 Z:p'c} for a sufficiently large positive 5. 29) It will be shown that 1/1 maps each c in A into A. In fact, let c be a point in A. 29). 22) holds and hence p'iJ;(c) ~p'c ~ 5, implying 1/l(c) EA. Now, confining the domain of 1/1 to A, a compact and convex set, one can apply the Brouwer fixed point theorem to the continuous mapping 1/1 : A --+A. Thus, 1/1 has a fixed point c, c = 1/1 (t). 17). 15). , w(c)d + c E C(rr).

3 Uniqueness of competitive choice In general the competitive choice, whose existence has been proved in Theorems 4 and 5, is not necessarily unique. It is therefore of interest and even important to see under what conditions its uniqueness obtains, all the more as uniqueness is required in order to construct single-valued objective demand functions. There might be possible alternative conditions for uniqueness. Here certain sufficient conditions for uniqueness will be discussed. These conditions, which slightly specify the spending patterns of the capitalist households as embodied in the demand function G (p, s 1 , s 2 , .

37) as·I :::;:: 1 (j = 1, 2, ... 'n). 37) is prevalent, especially when the average propensity to spend 8 (p, S 1 , S 2 , . . , Sn ) p'G(p, S1, Sz, ... __---"'---------- (III. 3 8) n L Sk k=l is nonincreasing with respect to the arguments s 1 , s 2 , . . , Sn in the Keynesian case. 38), one sees n LPi i=l ac. as·1 =8(p,s1,Sz, ... ,Sn)+ 1 ( n ) a [skas· k=l 8 (p, S1, Sz, ... , Sn) <1 J (j = 1, 2, ... , n ), because of 8 (p, S1, Sz, ... 4 ), and the nonincreasing average propensity to spend a as·8(p,s1,Sz, ...

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