On Endogenous Compactness of the Individual State Space in the Huggett Model
One of the sufficient conditions for existence and uniqueness of a stationary distribution of agents in the Huggett  model is the requirement that the space of individual states be a compact metric space. In this note, we reinforce the proof of Lemma 3 in Huggett  by showing that two additional contrary hypotheses must first be ruled out, toward the construction of the proof that the individual state space is endogenously compact.
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