Consider a production economy with $L$ goods, a single consumer and a single producer whose production set are given by $Y\subset R^L$. Question is to find the existence condition of equilibria of this economy.
I think the existence conditions are:
continuity and monotonicity for consumer preference
convexity for firm's technology.
Generally, convexity of consumer's preference seems to be required also for existence of equilibria. However, I cannot find the counter example that there is no equilibrium of this economy if consumer's preference is not convex and all other consumptions are satisfied.
Convexity of consumer's preference is really a condition of existence of equilibria in this one consumer-one producer economy?