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Supplementary goal-to show haw the three fundamental equations for static equilibrium of ZI method can be applied for solution of practical problems and development of equation versions for the said purpose.
In the following three subsections, we develop static equilibrium predictions for three regimes: a baseline regime ("BASE") where production is to demand, an advance production regime ("AP") where sellers incur production costs on offered units, regardless of whether or not they subsequently sell, and an inventory regime ("INV") with both advance production and a single period carryover of unsold units to the next period.
An integral of excess approach for building assessment would allow greater flexibility than a static equilibrium (or net-zero) approach.
Whenever competitive Nash equilibria exist, they yield a Pareto-improvement over the static equilibrium contracts: high-risk agents also get full insurance in every period independent of their accidental history and low-risk agents get better insurance conditions than under a static contract.
Call this the static equilibrium of the banking industry.
Below we show that No Reversal ensures existence and uniqueness of a static equilibrium.
During the measurement, the drop evolves toward a static equilibrium slowly due to high viscosity of the polymer melts.
Machovec argues that the new theory of competition elides a critical distinction between the foreknowledge necessary to calculate the prices and quantities of a static equilibrium, and the revealed information which makes possible an equilibrium in the context of entrepreneurial market behavior.
Therefore, the peg tilts by a small angle in respect to the axis of the hole and takes the position of static equilibrium.
Also, Lang and Rosenthal (1991) characterize a noncooperative static equilibrium for a multiproduct contracting environment, where sellers both divide the market and submit noncompetitively high bids in the market where they do not expect to win.