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A characterization of Walrasian economies of infinity dimension

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  • Elvio Accinelli

    () (Fac. de Ingeniería, IMERL Uruguay.)

  • Martín Puchet

    () (Facultad de Economía, UNAM)

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We consider a pure exchange economy, where agent's consumption spaces are Banach spaces, goods are contingent in time of states of the world, the utility function of each agent is not necessarily a separable function, but increasing, quasiconcave, and twice Frechet differentiable over the consumption space. We characterize the set of walrasian equilibria, by the social weight that support each walrasian equilibria. Using technical of the functional analysis, we characterize this set as a Banach manifold and in the next sections we focuses on singularities.

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  • Elvio Accinelli & Martín Puchet, 2001. "A characterization of Walrasian economies of infinity dimension," Documentos de Trabajo (working papers) 0701, Department of Economics - dECON.
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