General Economic Equilibrium
The multi-objective models analyzed in Section 2.4 and, partially, in Section 2.3, dealt mainly with the case of a single decision-maker. Even when we supposed that each criterion described the aim of a distinct subject, these aims were uniform enough. Otherwise, the selection of efficient points and the scalarization methods could be strongly criticized. In this and iij the next sections of Chapter 3, we will consider a thoroughly different situation.
KeywordsVariational Inequality Equilibrium Problem Equilibrium Price Competitive Equilibrium Excess Supply
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