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2016

2016

Starting from one extension of the Hahn---Banach theorem, the Mazur---Orlicz theorem, and a not very restrictive concept of… Expand

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2007

2007

In this note, we state a zero-maximum principle for core allocations, a result which was foreseen by Luenberger (1995). We prove… Expand

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2005

2005

For a finite set of actions and a rich set of fundamentals, consider the rationalizable actions on a universal type space… Expand

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2005

2005

In this paper, another proof of the Cauchy criterion and the maximum theorem is given directly by using the nested intervals… Expand

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2004

2004

The Walras core of an economy is the set of allocations that are attainable for the consumers when their trades are constrained… Expand

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2001

Highly Cited

2001

The paper considers the use of a Consumer Price Index (CPI) for three possible purposes: (1) as a Cost of Living Index (COLI); i… Expand

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1998

1998

We give variants on Berge's Maximum Theorem in which the lower and the upper semicontinuities of the preference relation are… Expand

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1992

1992

An extension of Berge's Maximum Theorem is given, with two different topologies on the choice set used for the two semicontinuity… Expand

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1990

1990

In this paper we generalize Berge's Maximum Theorem to the case where the payoff (utility) functions and the feasible action… Expand

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1960

1960

The classical maximum modulus theorem for solutions of second order elliptic equations was recently extended by C. Miranda [4] to… Expand

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