A Note on Aoki-Yoshikawa Model
AbstractIn this paper, we explore a dynamical version of by Aoki and Yoshikawa model (AYM) for an economy driven by demand. We show that when an appropriate Markovian dynamics is taken into account, AYM has di¤erent equilibrium distributions depending on the form of transition probabilities. In the version of the dynamic AYM presented here, transition probabilities depend on a parameter c tuning the choice of a new sector for workers leaving their sector. The solution of Aoki and Yoshikawa is recovered only in the case c = 0. All the other possible cases give di¤erent equilibrium probability distributions, including the Bose-Einstein distribution. --
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Date of creation: 2008
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Macroeconomics; Markov processes; Markov chains; stochastic models; statistical equilibrium in Economics;
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