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Comparative statics in markets for indivisible goods

Andrew Caplin

Comparative statics in markets for indivisible goods

by Andrew Caplin

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAndrew Caplin, John V. Leahy
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16285, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16285.
ContributionsLeahy, John V., National Bureau of Economic Research
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LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL24485112M
LC Control Number2010656237

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Get this from a library. Comparative statics in markets for indivisible goods. [Andrew Caplin; John Vincent Leahy; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- We complete the study of comparative statics initiated in Caplin and Leahy [], which introduced a new mathematical apparatus for understanding NTU allocation markets, as such covering the housing.

Download Citation | Comparative Statics in Markets for Indivisible Goods | We complete the study of comparative statics initiated in Caplin and Leahy [], which introduced a new mathematical. Downloadable. We complete the study of comparative statics initiated in Caplin and Leahy [], which introduced a new mathematical apparatus for understanding NTU allocation markets, as such covering the housing market and other markets for large indivisible goods.

We introduce homotopy methods to characterize how equilibrium changes in response to arbitrary parameter changes. We present certain duality results on comparative statics on competitive rent vectors in the rental housing market model.

In the model, apartments as indivisible goods are classified into a finite. Downloadable. Many important markets, such as the housing market, involve goods that are both indivisible and of budgetary significance. We introduce new graph theoretic techniques ideally suited to analyzing such markets.

In this paper and its companion (Caplin and Leahy []), we use these techniques to fully characterize the comparative static properties of these markets and to identify. Andrew S. Caplin (born 15 June in London, England) is a British economist, now living in the United States, where he received his Ph.D.

from Yale University in He is a Professor of Economics at New York University, co-Director of the Center for Experimental Social Science, and Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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Roth. This bibliography began life as the bibliography of. Roth, A.E. and M. Sotomayor Two-Sided Matching: A Study in Game-Theoretic Modeling and Analysis, Econometric Society Monograph Series, Cambridge University Press, (Winner of the Lanchester Prize.) Paperback edition, Against it the method of comparative statics shows itself to full advantage.

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The Coordinate-Wise Core for Multiple-Type Housing Markets is Second Best Incentive Compatible. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 44, Atlamaz M., Klaus B. ratory with a continuous open-book multi-unit double auction. Observed transaction prices support the the comparative statics properties of the ex ante competitive equilibrium.

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The field is a response to a series of questions originally outlined by Leon Walras about the operation of markets and posed by Frank Hahn in the following way: ‘Does the pursuit of private interest, through a system of interconnected deregulated markets.

Comparative statics: the general case Working with the supply curve is a simple example of comparative statics: we can show how q responds to p given the assumption of pro t maximisation. Suppose that we are in the interesting part of the problem where the rm is producing a strictly positive output.

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But "MarshallJan" comparative statics -- itself only one aspect of Marshall's opus -- was designed to answer some quite important questions: how in the short run do exogenous changes in boundary conditions affect the direction of change in price and quantity (supplied and demanded) in relatively isolated markets [26]?contains analysis with a focus on comparative statics on market frictions.

Section 4 introduces the product durability choice, and Sections 5 and 6 contain extensions. 2. A model of durable goods and preference changes Consider the following two-period monopoly model of durable goods and secondary trade with changing preferences.INTRODUCTION It has been argued in the literature, most explicitly in the recent book by Malinvaud [5] The Theory of Unemployment Reconsidered, that the comparative statics properties of a short-run equilibrium with fixed price level and wage rate and quantity rationing depend decisively on the type of equilibrium which prevails, that is to say Cited by: