Lattice-Theoretic Foundations of the Consumer's Problem
This paper provides an introduction to and discussion of the application of lattice-theoretic methods to classic problems in consumer theory. General characterizations of income effects with two goods, and with an arbitrary number of goods, as well as examples of comparative statics over densities and consumer types are also presented.
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