By S. Kusuoka, A. Yamazaki

ISBN-10: 4431727337

ISBN-13: 9784431727330

Loads of financial difficulties can formulated as restricted optimizations and equilibration in their options. numerous mathematical theories were offering economists with vital machineries for those difficulties bobbing up in fiscal conception. Conversely, mathematicians were influenced by means of numerous mathematical problems raised by means of monetary theories. The sequence is designed to compile these mathematicians who have been heavily drawn to getting new difficult stimuli from monetary theories with these economists who're looking for potent mathematical instruments for his or her researchers.

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9. Proof of Proposition 5 We use the same kind of arguments as in Proposition 4. Consider first the capital intensity difference at the private level b. Under Assumption 2 and i^iO)^oi//^i 1)^00 > 1, we derive from (17) that limp^^ob\^^Q < 0 while lim^j^o ^1 ^_L > 0- Therefore, there exists PQ > 0 such that limpj_^o ^ < 0 for any po e ( - 1 , /OQ). Similarly, we derive from (18) that lim^j^+cx) ^ < 0 for any po > — 1. Notice also that Considering Lemma 5, we then conclude the following results: (a) (b) for any given po ^ (— 1.

Weak convergence theorem In this section, we first start with the following lemma. Compare this lemma with the results in Kamimura and Takahashi [9], and Kohsaka and Takahashi [11]. 56 T. Ibaraki and W. 1. Let E be a reflexive, strictly convex, and smooth Banach space, let B C E* X E be a maximal monotone operator with B~^0 ^ 0, and J, = (I-\- rBJ)-^ for all r > 0. Then V(JC, JrX) + VUrX, U) < V(x, w), for all r > 0, u e (Bjy^O, andx e E, Proof Let r > 0,u e (BJ)~^0, and x e Ehc given. 3 (5), we have V(X, U) = V{X, JrX) + V{JrX, u) + 2{x — JrX, J JrX — J u) = V(X, JrX) + VUrX, U) + 2r T > V(X, JrX)-\- ~ '^ - 0, J JrX - JU V{JrX,u).

21) Notice again that the right-hand side of (21) is a monotone function of po. If the following condition holds we get with hmpi_^+oo ^p^^o < ^ and hmpi_^+oo ^|po_^+oo ^ ^- Therefore, under (22), there exists PQ > 0 such that hmpj^+oo ^ > 0 for any po > PQConsidering Lemma 5 under (22), we then conclude the following results: - for any given po e (p^, PQ), there exists p^ > 0 such that ^ > 0 for all Pi € [0, p^). b > ^ for all p\ > po- Notice that under Assumption 2, (22) imphes (19). Therefore, under (22), we conclude that local indeterminacy occurs in the following cases: (i) (ii) for any given po e (max{p(J, p^}, p^) and p\ e {p_^,p\) with p^ = p\ > max{0, Po} and px = p^ > p_^\ for any given po > PQ and p\ > p ^ with p ^ = p^ > po.