On the Modelling of Economic Equilibria by Variational Inequalities
Let us consider a single commodity that is produced at n supply markets and consumed at m demand markets. There is a total supply g i in each supply market i (i = 1, …, n). Likewise there is a total demand f j in each demand market j (j = 1, …, m.) Since the markets are spatially separated, x ij units of the commodity are transported from i to j.
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