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Carvajal, Andrés M.; Riascos, Alvaro
Publisher: Berkeley Electronic Press
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HB

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arxiv: Mathematics::Symplectic Geometry, Mathematics::Differential Geometry
We offer a new proof that the equilibrium manifold (under complete markets) identifies individual demands globally. Moreover, under observation of only a subset of the\ud equilibrium manifold, we find domains on which aggregate and individual demands are identifiable. Our argument avoids the assumption of Balasko (2004) requiring the observation\ud of the complete manifold.
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