Lindahl Equilibrium and Schweitzer's Open Club Model Semi-Public Goods
AbstractLimit 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 concept of club e ciency under a variable number of economic agents.We extend this notion to economies with goods that have a semi-public nature.We show that given certain conditions the equivalence of club e cient 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 implausible.
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general equilibrium; public goods; efficiency; allocation;
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- Vasil'ev, Valery & Weber, Shlomo & Wiesmeth, Hans, 1995.
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