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By Prof. Jaroslav Zajac (auth.)

This publication analyzes the life of equilibria in economies having a measured house of brokers and a continuum of brokers and commodities. over the top homogeneity with appreciate to agent productiveness results in instability and non-uniqueness of a given desk bound kingdom and the indeterminacy of the corresponding desk bound country equilibrium. adequate heterogeneity results in worldwide saddle-path balance, distinctiveness of a given desk bound kingdom and the worldwide distinctiveness of the corresponding equilibrium. the range and variance of agent services is mirrored in such buildings as tradition, social family members, ideology, politics, and personal tastes that vary always with historic improvement. details style is an efficacious spouse of systemic type, and will aid the functionality of an economic system, and will be an economically effective cradle for variation to environmental and person swap and systemic evolution.

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