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Cournot equilibrium without apology: Existence and the Cournot inverse demand function

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  • GRILO, Isabel
  • MERTENS, Jean-François

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In a multi-commodity framework with absence of wealth effects, we prove the existence of equilibrium for Cournot oligopoly, and that the concept is completely non-ambiguous. We also obtain a uniquely defined endogenous inverse demand function, depending only on the competitive sector.
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  • GRILO, Isabel & MERTENS, Jean-François, 2009. "Cournot equilibrium without apology: Existence and the Cournot inverse demand function," CORE Discussion Papers RP 2084, Université catholique de Louvain, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE).
  • Handle: RePEc:cor:louvrp:2084
    Note: In : Games and Economic Behavior, 65(1), 142-175, 2009
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