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Dynamic externalities and instability in an economy-ecology system

Wilfried Siebe

Dynamic externalities and instability in an economy-ecology system

the case of oligopolistic exploitation of a renewable resource stock

by Wilfried Siebe

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Published by Universität Bielefeld, Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften in Bielefeld .
Written in English


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Statementby Wilfried Siebe.
SeriesDiscussion paper -- no.227
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Open LibraryOL20562606M

with degrees of externalities that are too small to trigger indeterminacy. This is in sharp contrast to the results in Benhabib and Wen () where, under the –rst-order approxima-tion method, hump-shaped dynamics emerge only when the degree of externalities is large enough so that the model becomes locally indeterminate. An Introduction to Ecological Economics, Second Edition can be used in an introductory undergraduate or graduate course; requires no prior knowledge of mathematics, economics, or ecology; provides a unified understanding of natural and human-dominated ecosystems; and reintegrates the market economy within society and the rest of nature.1/5(1).

  Externalities are defined as events or effects that can affect an activity with which they are not related to. Positive externalities cause a good effect on its object, while negative ones cause a bad effect. Though sometimes it might be a bit blurry for us to state when something is an externality and when it's actually related to the core activity, some extreme examples might clarify our.   Externalities 1. Principles of Micro Externalities 2. We Will Learn: what an externality is why externalities can make market outcomes inefficient. how people can sometimes solve the problem of externalities on their own. why private solutions to externalities sometimes do not work. the various government policies aimed at solving the problem of externalities.

  Current asset prices depend on present values of expected future returns and constitute a claim on future consumption. It follows that instability encountered in financial markets will almost by definition affect a host of intertemporal contracts, with possibly wide ranging externalities. In economics, an externality is the cost or benefit that affects a third party who did not choose to incur that cost or benefit. Externalities often occur when the production or consumption of a product or service's private price equilibrium cannot reflect the true costs or benefits of that product or service for society as a whole. This causes the externality competitive equilibrium to not be.


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