Increasing Returns and Efficiency

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INDEX
Abstract conditions for efficiency, 47-53
Aggregate production set, 16, 41, 75, 81, 83, 153
Aggregated
compensated demand, 68
output, 70, 71, 75
Allais, Maurice, 8
Arrow, K.
and existence, 77
and marginal cost pricing, 24-25
Arrow-Debreu model, 8-9, 29, 47
Aumann, R., 9
Average cost pricing, 6
Babbage, Charles, 3-4
Balanced subsets and games, 104-6
Balasko, Y., 17
Baron, D., 10
Baumol, W., 11
Beato, P.
and existence, 77, 83, 87
and productive inefficiency, 83, 153
and tangent cones, 17
Blocking of allocations, 102-3, 107, 109- 11, 131-32, 142, 144-45
Bohm, V., 144
Boiteux, Marcel, 7-8
Bonnisseau, J. M.
and existence, 9, 87-89
and supporting prices, 23
Brown, D.
and existence, 87
and inefficiency, 41
and "Surplus Condition," 39
and two-part tariffs, 33-35
Caillaud, B., 11
Chamberlin, E., 5
Characteristic functions, 103
Clarke, F., 18
Clarke normal cones, 18-21
and existence, 81-82
Clarke tangent cones, 18, 20
Coalitions, 102, 103-52
blocking by, 102-3, 107, 109-10, 131- 32, 142, 144-45
feasible consumption allocations for, 106-7, 144
Cobb-Douglas--C.E.S. economies, 64-66, 129
Compensated demand, 56-74
Competitive markets
Arrow-Debreu theory of, 8-9
early theory of, 4
Cones
Clarke normal, 18-21
Clarke tangent, 18, 20-21
convex, 19-21, 23, 107-8, 114, 140
of interior displacements, 17-18
Constant returns to scale, production sets with, 14, 17, 124
Contestable Markets and the Theory of Industry Structure ( Baumol, Panzar, Willig), 11
Continuous functions, 40, 49-51, 90-91
Convex
cones, 19-21, 23, 107-8, 140
economy(ies), 17, 47, 140, 148, 149
hull, 19, 21
input requirement sets, 55-75, 129-30, 142
production sector, 68, 144, 149
valued correspondence, 52-53, 80-81, 97-100, 136
Convexity of preferences, 102, 120, 129
Cooperation in core concept, 101-2
Cooperative game theory, 103-6
Core, 9-10, 101-2
and cooperative game theory, 103-6
with many inputs, many outputs, 137- 52
with many inputs, one output, 120-37
with one input, one output, 116-20
and Scarf's negative result, 10, 106- 16
second best, 11
Cornet, B.
and Clarke cones, 18
and existence, 9, 77, 87-90
and supporting prices, 23
Cost functions, 55-56, 58-60, 68-74, 130, 150

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • 1: Introduction 3
  • Notes 10
  • 2 - Necessary Conditions for Efficiency 13
  • 3 - Marginal Cost Pricing Equilibrium 27
  • 4 - Efficiency 41
  • 5 - Existence 77
  • 6 - The Core 101
  • Notes 152
  • 7 - Conclusion 153
  • References 155
  • Index 161
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