Market behavior and formation of value under absence of information on prices
AbstractThe model described below follows this approach in research of decentralized economic systems. The purpose of modeling is a study of formation of value in conditions, when the economic agents have no information on the prices and on the intents of other agents. Therefore behavior of the agents and, in particular, the supply and demand depend neither on the prices, nor on the fact of their existence in the market. The preferences of systems are assumed given, transitive and complete. No other assumptions on preferences needed. The agents have opportunities of free interchange.
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Length: 8 pages
Date of creation: 01 Sep 1998
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value formation measure pareto;
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