A general differential demand model for mixed quantity- and price-dependent equations
AbstractA mixed demand system is developed using the fundamental matrix equation of demand theory. The model parameterization combines the parameterizations of the quantity- and price- dependent Rotterdam models. The relationship between the mixed-demand-model parameters and the underlying direct and indirect utility functions allows analysis of various separability assumptions.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Florida Department of Citrus in its series Research Papers 2005 and Before with number 52735.
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mixed demand; Rotterdam model; fundamental matrix; Demand and Price Analysis;
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