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a Bobzin, Hagen

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a Indivisibilities
h Elektronische Ressource
b Microeconomic Theory with Respect to Indivisible Goods and Factors
c by Hagen Bobzin

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a 1st ed. 1998

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a Heidelberg
b PhysicaVerlag HD
c 1998, 1998

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a X, 364 p
b online resource

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a I. Microeconomic Theory with Respect to Indivisibilities  II. Microeconomic Foundations  1 Axiomatic Characterization of Individual Economic Agents  2 Theory of the Firm  3 Summary  4 Appendix  III. Microeconomic Theory of Individual Agents  1 The Cost Structure of a Firm  2 Alternative Representation of the Finn’s Cost Structure  3 Optimal Activities in the Theory of the Household  IV. Theory of Market Equilibria  1 The Problem of General Equilibria  2 Existence of Competitive Equilibria  3 Generalization of the Model of an Exchange Economy  V. Critique  Mathematical Appendix  Tables  References

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a Microeconomics

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a Microeconomics

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b SBA
a Springer Book Archives 2004

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a Contributions to Economics

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u https://doi.org/10.1007/9783642470301?nosfx=y
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a The analysis of this volume represents an attempt to apply modern mathematical techniques to the problems arising from large and significant indivisibilities. While the classical microeconomic theory refers to assumptions about the convexity of production sets and consumer preferences, this book directs the attention to indivisible commodities. It investigates the influence of the assumed indivisibilities of factors and goods on the results of the microeconomic theory of the firm, the theory of the household and market theory
