The Yoccoz-Birkeland livestock population model coupled with random price dynamics

@article{Ceccon2022TheYL,
  title={The Yoccoz-Birkeland livestock population model coupled with random price dynamics},
  author={Riccardo Ceccon and Giulia Livieri and Stefano Marmi},
  journal={SSRN Electronic Journal},
  year={2022}
}
We study a random version of the population-market model proposed by Arlot, Marmi and Papini in Arlot et al. (2019). The latter model is based on the Yoccoz–Birkeland integral equation and describes a time evolution of livestock commodities prices which exhibits endogenous deterministic stochastic behaviour. We introduce a stochastic component inspired from the Black-Scholes market model into the price equation and we prove the existence of a random attractor and of a random invariant measure… 

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