Advances in Mathematical Economics – Shigeo Kusuoka & Toru Maruyama – Volume 13


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Table of Content

  1. Some various convergence results for multivalued martingales

  2. A note on Aumann’s core equivalence theorem without monotonicity

  3. On two classical turnpike results for the Robinson–Solow–Srinivasan model

  4. A certain limit of iterated conditional tail expectation

  5. Set-valued optimization in welfare economics

  6. Convexity of the lower partition range of a concave vector measure

  7. Good locally maximal programs for the Robinson–Solow–Srinivasan model

  8. Pythagorean mathematical idealism and the framing of economic and political theory

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