The unit step function I is dened by
I (x) =
x 0,
x > 0.
0,
1,
Let f be continuous on [a, b] and suppose cn 0 for
n = 1, 2, 3, . . . and n cn is convergent. Let
= N=1 cn I (x sn ) where sn is a seque
Lecture: Optimal Policies for Natural Monopolies,
Ronald R. Braeutigam
1. Introduction, Topics to be covered.
Natural monopoly: What is it? Telephone-20th cent., they exist today.
Regulations: natural
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Module III
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Sequential moves First movers advantage
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If there isnt any Dominant Strategy?
Often there is no dominant
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Module II
Sessions 12-13
Competition to monopolization;
Equilibrium of a monopolist;
Price discrimination by monopolist
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Entry of a firm w
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Module III
Session 14
Introduction to Game Theory
Simultaneous move games and Nash equilibrium
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Alternate offer bargaining
Supp
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Session 11
Perfectly competitive markets
Short-term equilibrium and market
dynamics
Long term equilibrium
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Short term equilibri
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Session 10
Cost and Revenue functions
Introduction to perfectly competitive
markets; Understanding profit maximization
of price taker firms;
Short-term equilibrium in pe
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Session 9
Production planning Choice of
technology
Returns to scale
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Producers equilibrium Choice of technology
Producers optimi
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Short-run production function,
Marginal and average products as
measures of productivity;
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Fundamental questions of a
(ZFC) brbrbr Let B , +, ,
be a Banach space.
Dene B = B , +, ,
.
Dene B0 = B . For all non-negative integers n, br dene
Bn+1 to be the Banach space that is the continuous dual of Bn .
Dene the relat
*Original question* (see also the revised, possibly simpler,
version below): Let g > 1, r > 1 be integers. Playing around with
the Verlinde formula (see below), I came across the expression
r 1
2 /r
s
Somewhat in contrast to [this question][1].
Lets say the Supreme Court has just issued a ruling that the
upper and lower roads of an overpass need not be in the same
congressional district. This makes
On the other hand, the three classical consequences of the Baire
category theorem in basic functional analysis mdash; the [open
mapping
theorem](http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Openm appingt heorem
Each o
The goal of the [four fours][1] puzzle is to represent each natural
number using four copies of the digit 4 and common
mathematical symbols.
For example, 165 = ( 4 +
44! ) 4.
If we remove the restrict
The sequence cfw_bn is monotonic and bounded, so it converges to
some number C . Assume, without loss of generality, that the
sequence cfw_bn is increasing, and write bn = C dn , where
dn 0. We have
Lecture: Two-Sided Markets
BB
BUYE
BUYERS
RS
per transaction
fee aB
PLATFOR
PLATFORM
M
per transaction
fee a
S
Membership
fee AB
Examples
(1) Telecom
End User
(2) Apple
End User
SS S
SELLERS
SELLERS
M