By P. H. M. Ruys, H. N. Weddepohl (auth.), Prof. Jacobus Kriens (eds.)

On February 20, 1978, the dep. of Econometrics of the collage of Tilburg equipped a symposium on Convex research and Mathematical th Economics to commemorate the 50 anniversary of the collage. the final topic of the anniversary party used to be "innovation" and because a massive a part of the departments' theoretical paintings is con centrated on mathematical economics, the above pointed out topic was once selected. The medical a part of the Symposium consisted of 4 lectures, 3 of them are integrated in an tailored shape during this quantity, the fourth lec ture was once a mathematical one with the identify "On the advance of the applying of convexity". the 3 papers integrated predicament contemporary advancements within the family members among convex research and mathematical economics. Dr. P.H.M. Ruys and Dr. H.N. Weddepohl (University of Tilburg) examine of their paper "Economic concept and duality", the kinfolk among optimality and equilibrium suggestions in fiscal concept and numerous duality ideas in convex research. The versions are brought with somebody dealing with a choice in an optimization challenge. subsequent, an n individual selection challenge is analyzed, and the subsequent recommendations are outlined: optimal, relative optimal, Nash-equilibrium, and Pareto-optimum.

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191], and is called the adjoint of F. If the graph of F is a convex cone, it corresponds with the (sup-, or inf-oriented) adjoint defined by Rockafellar [14, p. 4]. If F is a linear function, both adjoints coincide and correspond with the usual definition. y}. 13 (on graph-dual correspondences; see [18, p. 199])~ Let X C Rm and Y C Rn be closed convex and solid cones, and F : X t Y be a correspondence with a closed and convex graph. Then 1. F and F® are closed and lhc. 2. (F®)® = F. y}. This formulation comes close to the conjugate operation, in which one component of the vector is fixed (on +1) instead of the scalar.

In this section a more general production technology will be considered, allowing also for decreasing returns to scale. This mainly causes complications in the dual economy. 3 hold for E. A convex-star correspondence has a closed and convex graph, and is a starred Gale map; both its cone-closure and its cone-interior are superlinear correspondences (see def. 12). 2), no use is made of positive homogeneity (Yt,s was assumed superlinear), it is also valid in this case where Yt,s is assumed to be a convex-star correspondence.

2. X% (Aur X)+' + % 3. X:If Aur(X+), and does not contain 0; + 4. ) = (Cone X)! = (Cone + + :If XX + RO X C K ~ 5. X+' Le. K~-monotone. 8 X)~; (reflexivity condi tions) : Let X be a closed and convex set. Then: l. [ (x:If)* + + Xl 2. (x:): Xl O) 3. [ (X+ + Xl (X~)~ Xl 4. 9 .. ~ X is aureoled and X is starred (so ° °E ~ X; X) ; X is a cone; X is a cone. e. e. star-re- Let X be closed, convex, aureoled and not containing reflexive), and Y be closed, convex and containing flexive), then: 1. [X n y = ~l ~ [x:If n y% + F ~l; 54 2.