Alejandro Jofré

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We explore convergence notions for bivariate functions that yield convergence and stability results for their maxinf (or minsup) points. This lays the foundations for the study of the stability of solutions to variational inequalities, the solutions of inclusions, of Nash equilibrium points of non-cooperative games and Walras economic equilibrium points, of(More)
The existence of an equilibrium in an extended Walrasian economic model of exchange is confirmed constructively, under broad assumptions , by an iterative process. In this process, truncated variational inequality problems are solved in which the agents' budget constraints are furnished with a penalty representation. Epi-convergence arguments are used to(More)
It's shown that a number of variational problems can be cast as finding the maxinf-points (or minsup-points) of bivariate functions, coveniently abbreviated to bifunctions. These variational problems include: linear and nonlinear complementarity problems, fixed points, variational inequalities, inclusions, non-cooperative games, Walras and Nash equilibrium(More)
—We extend the traditional two-stage linear stochastic program by probabilistic constraints imposed in the second stage. This adds nonlinear-ity such that basic arguments for analyzing the structure of linear two-stage stochastic programs have to be rethought from the very beginning. We identify assumptions under which the problem is structurally sound and(More)
In this paper we proved a nonconvex separation property for general sets which coincides with the Hahn-Banach separation theorem when sets are convexes. Properties derived from the main result are used to compute the subgradient set to the distance function in special cases and they are also applied to extending the Second Welfare Theorem in economics and(More)
Convexity has long had an important role in economic theory, but some recent developments have featured it all the more in problems of equilibrium. Here the tools of convex analysis are applied to a basic model of incomplete financial markets in which assets are traded and money can be lent or borrowed between the present and future. The existence of an(More)