Equilibrium Structure of Production Economies with Uncertainty: The Natural Projection Approach
The paper generalizes the natural projection approach introduced by Balasko (1988) to production economies with uncertainty. It explores the equilibrium structure of the long run and short run private ownership production model. It is shown that qualitative equilibrium properties of the production model are those of the exchange model with production adjusted demand functions.
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