Comment on "The Irreducible Role of Derived Marginal Utility in Dynamic Stochastic Programming"
AbstractThis comment shows why the Lagrange method can be simpler than dynamic programming in solving dynamic optimization problems.
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Note: Published Pacific Economic Review, 1:3 (1996)
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