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Is there really a Nash equilibrium in this example?
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The Nash equilibrium is indeed (down, right). Note that your chart has helpfully underlined the max value among all possible strategies each player can play, conditional on what the other player plays....

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Stochastic AK model derivation
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I think you may substitute it directly as mentioned? $$v(A,k) = \max log(c) + \beta E[v(A',k')|A]$$ Applying the value function expression (note period change): $v(A',k') = \frac{log(k')}{1-\beta} + v(...

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The role of reinforcement learning in Economics
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I would say applications of RL in economics are still in their infancy, though probably have applications in many state-based models, agent-based models, or fields with repeated interactions like game ...

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Is there a name for this type of CES look-alike utility function?
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I believe it can be found as "nested CES" See for example: Nested CES

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Persons with high sentiment impact factor
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I think asking people for a list here may lead to sample bias or a small sample set. If you want a more replicable approach, you could simply take the top influencers based on followers or retweets on ...

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Description of variables for a credit scoring model
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Do you know what sort of credit product is this on (mortgage, credit card, personal loan)? Different products may use different terminology. My first guess, would be that "mat" means ...

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Why is a "reverse IPO" named as such?
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It is because of the timeline. It is called a reverse IPO because the SPAC IPOs first as a blank check company (i.e. has a pool of funds). Then it uses that capital to 'merge' with a private company, ...

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Arrow-Debreu Theorem of Existence: Non satiation
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The concepts of feasible set and utility should be thought of separately. Non-satiation just means that there are no "thick" indifference curves - this guarantees that an agent is not ...

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Math needed for economic research
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If you want a comprehensive list of the fundamentals, it may be useful to reference the math camp materials for PhD programs, many of which are available online. After all, these are intended to get ...

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