Demand is Heterogenous in Grandmonts Model
We show that Grandmonts (1992) model of demand heterogeneity can be a model of heterogeneity in the complementary or sign-balancing sense. By this we mean that heterogeneity has the following form: given a change in price, agents respond heterogenously - some by increasing their expenditure share on a good, others by diminishing it, so that the average expenditure share of all goods remain approximately unchanged.
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