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After having established two distinct types of equilibria--a free trade equilibrium that is Pareto-optimal and an autarky equilibrium--an obvious question is whether there is room for intermediate degrees of equilibrium inefficiencies and how their properties differ from trade with price distortions in a single market place.
Then, at a two-stage market equilibrium with p [much greater than] 0, the world is divided into an autarkic trade zone and a free trade zone.
Specifically, Calcote and King considered only positive ions and electrons in their equilibrium calculations (produced by thermal ionization).
then [x.sup.*] is called an s-concession equilibrium solution to (GDMP) at the value [epsilon].
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This externality guarantees equilibrium existence--we show that with capital choice under limited liability, an equilibrium in pure strategies that yields the second-best efficient MWS allocation exists.
A partial equilibrium analysis of Pakistan's population growth rate is that held by our leading demographers.
So it makes sense to add the third particle [P.sub.2] of mass [m.sup.2] to the system [P.sub.0][P.sub.1][P.sub.3] and to investigate an influence of its mass on the number and location of equilibrium positions of the particle [P.sub.3].
First, it takes time to get from one equilibrium to another, and if we only analyze equilibria, we give up on investigating how long that takes and what is likely to happen in the interim.
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found a hyperchaotic system without equilibrium [13], which is different from normal hyperchaotic systems.