# Questions tagged [linear-programming]

Linear programming (also called linear optimization) is a method to achieve the best outcome (such as maximum profit or lowest cost) in a mathematical model whose requirements are represented by linear relationships. Linear programming is a special case of mathematical programming (mathematical optimization).

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### Resources to derive economic forecasts

What publicly available resources are there, with sample code, that can be used to build my own macroeconomic model? A search on Github shows that some people have posted code, but I think we can do ...
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### Market clearing price and dual variables in auctions

Suppose the allocation of an auction (or a market) is defined by the solution of a linear program. Then it is known that the associated clearing price is given by the dual variable associated to the ...
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### Conic optimization in economics

Are there any mainstream economic models that rely on conic optimization to solve for decision variables? Conic optimization is a type of convex optimization problem, different from linear and ...
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### Simplex Lp interpretation of dual problem´s solution

I am wondering whether my interpretation of my simplex dual problem result is correct. The primal problem is: ...
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### Corner solution of the maximization problem

Answer Hello, I upload the actual question with my 8-pages answer. Please can you check it. Is there a corner dissolution for $c=\gamma$. Please share your ideas. Thanks.
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### A profit maximization problem (whole problem has been solved, I just have question about interpretation)

I would like to discuss with you about the following production function. $$y=f(t_m, t_l)=\rho t_m^m(n+t_l)$$ where $0<m<1$ and $n>0$ are fixed parameters. $t_m$ is manager time. $t_l$ ...
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### Linear programming, shadow price range

I'm not sure how to determine the range for which a shadow price is valid. You might be able to skip straight to the question here. I've been introduced to it using the following approach in 2D. ...
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### Has this differential calculus inequality approach to optimizing the production possibility curve exist?

I just started micro-economics at my community college and my teacher mentioned the derivative of the PPF for two output resources. I thought about it a while and came up with this approach. Some of ...
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