Essays in General Equilibrium Theory
AbstractAbstract: The thesis focuses on various issues of general equilibrium theory and can approximately be divided into three parts. The first part of the thesis studies generalized equilibria in the Arrow-Debreu model in the situation where the strong survival assumption is not satisfied. Chapter four deals with the core equivalence problem in an economy with satiation. Chapters five and six analyze efficiency properties of constrained equilibria in a model with price rigidities. The thesis includes a chapter on mathematical preliminaries containing an introduction into non-standard analysis.
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