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a Abramovich, Yuri
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a Functional Analysis and Economic Theory
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c edited by Yuri Abramovich, Evgenios Avgerinos, Nicholas C. Yannelis

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a 1st ed. 1998

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a Berlin, Heidelberg
b Springer Berlin Heidelberg
c 1998, 1998

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a VIII, 296 p
b online resource

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a I. Mathematics  Bijective disjointness preserving operators  A remark on positive isotropic random vectors  A topological approach to the study of fuzzy measures  On the ranges of additive correspondences  Extremal vectors for a class of linear operators  Towards a theory of nonlinear orthomorphisms  Finitely generated vector sublattices  Duality in operator spaces  Topological transitivity and recurrence as a source of chaos  Order bounded operators may be far from regular  II. Economics  Implicit programming and the invariant manifold for Ramsey equilibria  An approach to bargaining for general payoffs regions  Social states of belief and the determinant of the equity risk premium in a rational belief equilibrium  Quasiequilibrium and equilibrium in a large production economy with differentiated commodities  An exact implementation of the Nash bargaining solution in dominant strategies  On the existence of a temporary unemployment equilibrium 

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a Functional analysis

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a Mathematical analysis

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a Functional Analysis

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a Analysis (Mathematics)

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a Economic theory

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a Economic Theory/Quantitative Economics/Mathematical Methods

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a Analysis

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a Avgerinos, Evgenios
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a Yannelis, Nicholas C.
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a Springer Book Archives 2004

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a In July of 1996, the conference Nonlinear Analysis and its Applications in Engineering and Economics took place on the Greek island of Samos, the birthplace of Pythagoras. During this conference, a special session was held on th the occasion of the 50 birthday of the well known mathematician and math ematical economist Professor Charalambos Aliprantis, who, by his numerous friends, is usually called Roko. The story behind this nickname is not quite clear yet; it will be investigated further and will be made public prior to his th 60 birthday. (At this moment we have already found out that it has nothing to do with the famous movie Rocco and his Brothers even though Roko does have two brothers. ) Roko was born on the Greek island of Cephalonia on May 12,1946, and his elementary and secondary school education took place there. At 18 he entered the Mathematics Department at the University of Athens. Upon graduation from the University of Athens he proceeded with his graduate studies at Cal tech, where in 1973 he completed his Ph. D. degree in Mathematics under the supervision of Professor W. A. J. Luxemburg. His research career can be divided into two periods. The first one, till 1981, was devoted entirely to pure mathematics. The other one, after 1981, has been subdivided between pure mathematics and mathematical economics. The main objects of Roko's work in pure mathematics are spaces with order structure (Riesz spaces) and operators acting on them
