Direct Exchange in Linear Economies
Abstract. Considered here is direct exchange of production allowances or input factors. Motivated by practical modelling and compution, we sup- pose every owner or user of such items has a linear technology. The issue then is whether competitive market equilibrium can be reached merely via iterated bilateral barters. This paper provides positive and constructive answers.
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