Problem Set 1: Preferences and Consumer Choice
Gayane Barseghyan
gbarseghyan@aua.am
September 4, 2015
1. Prove that if the preference relation
is rational, then if x
2. Prove that if the preference relation
is rational, then
is both irreexive (x
y
x never
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Gayane Barseghyan
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January 29, 2016
1. Consider tax system with the tax revenue given by: T = T + tY , where T and t are the parameters of the tax
code. The parameter t is the marginal tax rate:
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Probability Concepts
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MSE 520 Microeconomic Theory, Fall 2015
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Gayane Barseghyan
Existence of continuous utility function
Proposition 1.1. Suppose that the rational preference relation
continuous utility function u(x) that represents .
on X is continuous. Then there is a
Proo
Problem Set I: Preferences, W.A.R.P., consumer choice
Paolo Crosetto
paolo.crosetto@unimi.it
Exercises solved in class on 18th January 2010
Recap:
,
,
Denition
The strict preference relation
x
is
y x
y but not y
x
Denition
The indierence relation is
x y x
Problem Set III: Comparative static, monotonicity, Cobb-Douglas
Paolo Crosetto
paolo.crosetto@unimi.it
Exercises will be solved in class on February 3rd, 2010
1. MWG 2.F.10: substitution matrix
Consider the following demand function:
x1 (p, w ) =
p2
w
p1
Problem Set V: production
Paolo Crosetto
paolo.crosetto@unimi.it
Solved in class on March 1st, 2010
Recap: notation, production set Y , netput vectors
A production vector, or netput vector, is denoted by y = (y1 , . . . , yL ) RL ;
negative entries repr
Problem Set II: budget set, convexity
Paolo Crosetto
paolo.crosetto@unimi.it
Exercises will be solved in class on January 25th, 2010
Recap: Walrasian Budget set, denition
Denition (Walrasian budget set)
A Walrasian budget set is given by Bp,w = cfw_x X :