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### Proof of Uniquness In Rocheteau and Wright (2005) competitive search model

In Rocheteau and Wright (2005), they compare three monetary models. I'm interested in the last one of them, the competitive search equilibrium model. They study the equilibrium specifically when the ...
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### What exactly is an exogenous stationary distribution?

All jobs are identical except for their wages, and wages are given by an exogenous stationary distribution of $F (w )$ with finite (bounded) support $\mathbb W$. This is from page 6 of https://ocw....
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### elasticity of labor supply

Labor supply is $L(s,H) = \frac{f(\theta)}{s + f(\theta)} H$ Now the elasticity wrt to tightness $\theta$ is supposed to be $\epsilon_L= \epsilon_f - \frac{f(\theta)}{s + f(\theta)} \epsilon_f$ ...
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### Search and Matching model with 2 agents?

I would like to know if you know any model with Search and matching framework (Mortenses-Pisarides style) with 2 types of workers (like Ricardian and rule of thumb consumers for exemple) ? I would ...
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### Question regarding preferences in Gale and Shapley (1962)

Is it correct to say that preferences in the classic Gale and Shapley College Admissions problem are quasi-linear? Or is this something thats introduced later in the literature, vis a vis Shapley and ...
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### Why does the following approximation hold?

In Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, on page 426 there is a model on gains from search where profit function is given as: $$\pi (t) = [p^0 -p(t)]x^0 -wt$$ $t$ is time, $p$ price, $x$ ...
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### Is it better to actively or passively offer to sell rare items at high prices?

In a massively multiplayer online video game, I have had the experience of attempting to sell a rare item on the game's forum, bumping the thread for a while before giving up for many months, and then ...
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### Abraham (1987) Simple Job Market Matching Model

I have a question about a derivation in Abraham (1987)'s simple job market matching model (equations 3 through 7): She begins by writing down tautologies: J - V = L - U = E where J is the number of ...
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### Has there been an applications of search and matching theory in the Neoclassical Growth Model?

Specifically, I am looking for the standard neoclassical growth model, but the labour decision is based on either search or matching theory instead of a Walrasian labour mechanism.
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### Is there an algorithm to find as many NE as possible in this generalized second price auction?

Suppose three advertisers, I, II, III are participating in an auction for three positions for online advertising, top, middle and bottom. Assume that click per second for a position is not affected ...
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