Dynamic Economics: Optimization by the Lagrange Method

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Index
Abel, Andrew, 16, 174, 176, 178
Abreu, Dilip, 104, 116, 117, 118, 121, 124, 125, 134, 137
accelerations principle, 4, 26
accuracy of a numerical approximation, 187
action profiles, 117
adjustment cost, 16, 176
Admati, A. R., 157
aggregate demand, 100, 107
aggregate output, 101
aggregations, 101
algebraic method, 145
algorithm for the matrix Riccati equation, 194
Allen, R. G. D., 3
American call option, 154
Anderson, B., 194
Arrow, Kenneth, 29
asset demand function, 153
asset pricing, 156, 162
asymmetric information, 162
backward induction, 9, 11, 20
Baumol, William, 3
Bayesian updating, 104
Becker, Gary, 12, 37, 181
Beggs, Alan, 112, 114, 115
Bellman equation, 8, 17, 21, 32, 123, 141
Bellman, Richard, 5, 20, 21, 185
Benveniste, Lawrence, 147
Bertola, Giuseppe, 176
Bertrand equilibrium, 103
best response, 125
Black, Fisher, 16, 155, 156
Black-Scholes partial differential equation, 155
Blumberg, Richard, 107
bond price, 60, 66
Brock, William, 147
Brock-Mirman Growth Model, 32
Brownian motion, 15. See Wiener process
budget constraint, 148
Burns, A. F., 182
bus engine, 16, 180
business cycles, 4, 13, 80, 85, 100
calibration, 13, 87
weakness of, 92-93
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 80
capital, 101
accumulation equation, 71, 76, 178
replacement, 16
stock, 7, 10, 83, 85, 100
capital accumulation, 71
capital accumulation equation, 71, 76, 178
capital asset pricing, 152
capital gains, 159
capital good, 72, 78
capital inputs, 174
capital stock, 7, 10, 83, 85, 100
cash good, 57
cash-in-advance constraint, 58, 61
cash-in-advance economy, 57
central planner's optimization problem, 78
central planner, 71, 84
Chamberlain, Edward, 80

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