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With reference to overlapping generation models (OLG models).
Questions about markets where the number of sellers is finite and larger than one.
Mathematical techniques for the selection of a best element (with respect to some criteria) from the set of available alternatives.
Panel data are multi-dimensional data involving measurements over time where observations are for the same subjects each time.
An efficiency standard based on the idea that the most efficient outcomes are those where no individual can be made better-off without making at least one other worse-off.
a term used for studying production and trade, and their relations with law, custom, and government, as well as with the distribution of national income and wealth.
May refer to: 1. Statistical prediction of unknown random quantities, e.g. using a statistical model. 2. Theoretical prediction of how one variable responds to changes in another one in a theoretical …
Binary relations that reflect which states of the world an agent considers to be most desirable. Preferences are a fundamental ingredient in the axiomatic study of consumer choice decision theory.
Situations in which different consumers pay different prices (or, more precisely, different price-cost margins).