Walrasian equilibrium as limit of competitive equilibrium without divisible
We study economies where all commodities are indivisible at the individual level, but perfectly divisible at the aggregate level. Under general hypotheses over the economy, the ain contribution of this paper is the prove that a rationing equilibrium converge to aWalrasian equilibrium of a limit economy when the level of indivisibility become small. If the non-satiation and the survival assumption are not satisfied at the limit economy, the rationing equilibrium converge to a hierarchic equilibrium.
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