A Practical Short-run Approach to Market Equilibrium
AbstractThe "short-run approach" calculates long-run producer optima and general equilibria bybuilding on short-run solutions to the producer's profit maximization problem and onprofit-based valuation of the fixed inputs. We outline this method and illustrate it on anexample of peak-load pricing.
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general equilibrium; fixed-input valuation; nondifferentiable joint costs; Wong-Viner Envelope Theorem; peak-load pricing;
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