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I' for sorne aZZocation :c' • DEFINITION 5. z foraZZ zEY (profitm=imization). s > P':Ci" for az:z. i (preference ma:cimisation). We say that :c is an equiZibriWTI with respect to p. 3. HYPOTHESES We now state a long list of hypotheses to be used in different combinations in the next three sections. [al For some i preferences ~i are such that for all E > 0 there is some z E Xi with Ilz - xi 11 < E and non-satiation for one consumer). , #{z: z ~i xi for all xi E Xi} " 1) and for all nonsatiation consumptions xi E Xi and E > 0 there is some z E Xi with IIz - xd < E and z >i xi (local non-satiation, except possibly at a single bliss point, for some consumer).

Z E Y. 1=1 "!. Then: aoncave. z ~ V(z) 101' an then the pair (p, A) supports :1:. is such that (p,A) is a supporting pair 101' x, then p is a supergradient 01 V at O. PROOF. To prove (a) note that if the allocation able for z E A (resp. z' E A), then able for az+ (l-a)z'. x (resp. )] 1=1 which yields V(az+ (l-a)z') To prove (b) let increasing, P ~ O. P ~ ...... 1=1'" aV(z) + (l-a)V(z'). be a supergradient of Take any ~ y E Y. Let z = x - y. V at 5ince O. iui(xi) =V(O). (i-y) =V(O) +p·z:> V(Z) :> V(O), which yields and xl:> o.

Transfer value for (A,V). } for all >.. E ~ >.. E ~. such that 0 E 0(>"). Let Clearly T is also upper hemicontinuous, with nonempty, convex, compact values. , Berge [1963]). Let K be n n a compact, convex subset of {x ER: 6 x = l} such that ~ c K and a=l a T(~) c K, and extend T to K by T(a) T(f(a» where f(a) max(O,aa) L max(O,aa) for all a E~. a T:K _ K satisfies the hypotheses of Kakutani's Fixed Point Theorem, hence there exists a* E K such that a* E T(a*). * = f(a*) and suppose, to the contrary, that a* E (K'~).

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