A notion of ''behavioral heterogeneity'' of a finite population of households is modelled. It is shown that the higher the degree of behavioral heterogeneity the less sensitive depends the aggregate consumption expenditure ratio upon prices.As a consequence, behavioral heterogeneity implies a tendency for the Jacobian of aggregate demand to have a negation dominant diagonal.
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