Tom Krebs

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This paper analyzes one-good exchange economies with two infinitely-lived agents and incomplete markets. It is shown that there are no recursive (Markov) equilibria for which borrowing (debt) constraints never bind if the state space of exogenous and endogenous variables is a compact subset of IR n. Moreover, for large enough (but finite) borrowing limits,(More)
The present study was designed to investigate biomechanical and clinical changes in the mandibular complex by means of finite element analysis. An analytical model developed from human native mandibles was used for this model, CT image data were transferred to a computer, and an edge extraction program generated the cross-section of bone by specifying a(More)
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