2 edition of **equivalence of core and Lindahl equilibria in an economy with semi-public goods** found in the catalog.

equivalence of core and Lindahl equilibria in an economy with semi-public goods

Valery Vasil"ev

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Published
**1991**
by Dept. of Economics, York University in Toronto, Ont
.

Written in English

- Equilibrium (Economics) -- Mathematical models,
- Economics -- Mathematical models

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement | Valery Vasil"ev, Shlomo Weber, Hans Wiesmeth. |

Series | Working paper series / Dept. of Economics, York University -- no. 91-13, Working paper series (York University (Toronto, Ont.). Dept. of Economics) -- 91-13 |

Contributions | Weber, Shlomo., Wiesmeth, H. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | HB145 .V37 1991 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 20 leaves. -- |

Number of Pages | 20 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18791510M |

JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC THE () Existence of Lindahl Equilibria in Economies with Nonconvex Production Sets* JEAN-MARL BONNISSEAU Ecole Polttechnique and CERMSEM, Uniuersite Paris I, 90 rue de Tolbiac, Paris Ce France Received J ; revised Septem In this article, we establish the existence of Lindahl equilibria in an economy with public goods. Public Economics II 2 Lindahl Equilibrium Individuals’ optimisation problems For h=1,2: max Uh(xh, G) s.t. xh+τhpG=ωh max Uh(ωh-τhpG, G) First-order condition: Ux hτhp + U G h =0 Thus, the marginal rate of substitution between public and private good equals the.

Theorem on the equivalence of Lindahl equilibria and the fuzzy core. (ii) Theorem for smooth economics on the equivalence of Lindahl equilibria and specific properly contractual allocations. (iii) Theorem on the equivalence of Lindahl equilibria and fuzzy contractual allocations. becomes possible to see Lindahl equilibria in which the ratio of public goods to privategoodsislarge,butﬁnite, despite there being an inﬁnity of agents, reﬂecting the limit of a large economy suggested in Conley (). Although NSA provides a mathematical solution to these problems, it does not avoid the deeper economic issues with such.

This book presents the function of turning out producer's goods in the form of better knowledge, analytical formulation, and approaches for application to current problems. Organized into five parts encompassing 12 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the notion of externalities in connection with analyses of economic welfare. A Core-equilibrium Convergence in an Economy with Public Goods. Nizar Allouch. No , Working Papers from Queen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance. Abstract: This paper deals with a core-equilibrium equivalence in an economy with public goods where preferences of consumers display warm glow effects. We demonstrate that.

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Abstract. Limit core allocations are the ones that remain in the core of a replicated equivalent notion for economies with public goods is Schweizer s concept of club e ciency under a variable number of economic extend this notion to economies with goods that have a semi-public show that given certain conditions the equivalence of club e cient allocations and Author: T.

ten Raa and R.P. Gilles. The equivalence of core and Lindahl equilibria in an economy with semi-public goods. Manuscripts, Google Scholar Weber, S., Wiesmeth, H.: The equivalence of the core and cost share equilibria in an economy with a public by: We extend this notion to economies with goods that have a semi-public nature.

We show that given certain conditions, the equivalence of club efficient allocations and Lindahl equilibria holds for a wide range of economies with semi-public club goods. We also show that extension to a more general class of economies seems by: 1.

Lindahl Equilibrium: A concept that proposes that individuals pay for the provision of a public good according to their marginal benefits in order to determine the efficient level of provision for.

Downloadable. Limit core allocations are the ones that remain in the core of a replicated economy. An equivalent notion for economies with public goods is Schweizer's club efficiency.

We extend this notion to economies with goods that have a semi-public nature. The notion encompasses purely private as well as purely public club goods as polar cases. If the modified Edgeworth conjecture is true, i.e., if the core shrinks to the set of Lindahl equilibria, then the Lindahl concept occupies the same position in the theory of an economy with public goods that the competitive concept occupies in the theory of an economy.

Limit core allocations are the ones that remain in the core of a replicated economy. An equivalent notion for economies with public goods is Schweizer's club efficiency. We extend this notion to economies with goods that have a semi-public nature.

The notion encompasses purely private as well as purely public club goods as polar cases. An equivalent notion for open clubs with pure public goods was Schweizer's concept of club efficiency under a variable number of economic agents.

We show that given certain conditions, the. The extension of the core-equivalence theorem to economies with public goods has been widely discussed in the literature.

Here we turn our attention to the equivalence of the Lindahl equilibrium concept — an extension of the Walrasian equilibrium notion. Downloadable. This paper deals with a core-equilibrium equivalence in an economy with public goods where preferences of consumers display warm glow effects.

We demonstrate that provided that each consumer becomes satiated to other consumers provision, it holds that, for a sufficiently large economy, the set of Edgeworth allocations is non-empty.

The central result of this paper is a refinement of an equivalence theorem in Mas-Collell, Quart.J. Econ. 94 (), –, for the core of a finite economy with a public good.

It is shown that an allocation belongs to the core if and only if it is a cost share equilibrium; i.e., is supported by a monotonic cost share system. Club Efficiency and Lindahl Equilibrium with Semi-Public Goods.

Limit core allocations are the ones that remain in the core of a replicated economy. An equivalent notion for economies with. The main purpose of the paper is to derive necessary and sufficient conditions on the local degrees of congestion which would guarantee the equivalence between the core and the set of equal treatment Lindahl equilibria.

We prove that this equivalence holdsif and only if there are constant returns to group size for each type of agents. This paper focuses on the relationship of core and Lindahl equilibria in economies with public commodities. We assume a classical sequence of replica economies but let consumers’ preferences explicitely depend on the number of agents.

Our goal is a weak form of an equivalence theorem. " The Equivalence of Core and Lindahl Equilibria in an Economy with Semi- Public Goods," PapersYork (Canada) - Department of Economics.

Andreu Mas-Colell, " Efficiency and Decentralization in the Pure Theory of Public Goods," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol. 94(4), pages This paper examines a model of an infinite production economy with a finite number of types of agents and semi-public goods, which are subjected to crowding and exclusion.

The utility of an agent depends not only on the vector of public commodities produced by the coalition to which she belongs, but also on the mass of agents of her type who are the members of this coalition.

We show by a simple example that in a public goods economy consisting of identical individuals with symmetric Cobb-Douglas preferences the core of the economy does not con-verge to the Lindahl. In a model of an economy with multiple public goods and differentiated crowding, it is shown that asymptotically the core has the equal treatment property and coincides with the equilibrium outcomes.

Thus specific notions of properly contractual and fuzzy contractual allocations for an economy with public goods are introduced and their equivalence with Lindahl equilibria is stated. Sato, T. (), ‘Equity, fairness and Lindahl equilibria’,Journal of Public Econom – Google Scholar Thomson, W.

(), An informationally efficient equity criterion’, Journal of Public Econom –. This idea is due to the Swedish economist Erik Lindahl, who proposed it in Here is a formal de nition of Lindahl equilibrium for the one-public-good, one-private-good case.

It’s straightforward to write down the de nition for multiple public and private goods as well, but that requires more notation than I want to introduce here.levels of public goods.

Most importantly, it becomes possible to see Lindahl equilibria in which the ratio of public goods to private goods is large, but ﬁnite, despite there being an inﬁnity of agents, reﬂecting the limit of a large economy suggested in Conley ().

Although NSA provides a mathematical solution to these problems, it.Foley D () Lindahl's solution and the core of an economy with public goods. Econometrica –72 (b) The ratio equilibrium and the core of the voting game G (N, W) in a public goods economy.

Econometrica 45 (7)– Google Scholar The equivalence of core and cost share equilibria in an economy with a public good. J.