By S. Kusuoka, A. Yamazaki

Loads of financial difficulties can formulated as restricted optimizations and equilibration in their solutions.Various mathematical theories were delivering economists with integral machineries for those difficulties coming up in financial idea. Conversely, mathematicians were influenced by means of numerous mathematical problems raised through financial theories. The sequence is designed to assemble these mathematicians who have been heavily attracted to getting new difficult stimuli from fiscal theories with these economists who're looking for potent mathematical instruments for his or her researchers.

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We first show that, for every i E I, the set Xi ( >. ) is bounded. Indeed, since the sets X i are bounded below, there exist xi E JR L such that X i c x i + IR � . Xi ( >. ) , there exist xJ E XJ, for every j =/::. i, such that Lj E J xJ = Lj E J eJ. Consequently, xi < x i = - L xj + L ej < - L xj + L ej j# i j #i jEJ jE J and so Xi ( >. ) is bounded. We now show that zi ( >. ) is bounded under the three sufficient assump­ tions (i), (ii) or (iii) of Proposition 3. 1 . Indeed, for every zi E z i ( >.

1 we get >.. ( �(j))qJ = L >.. ( () v (p, (,j), e E �(JJ + for every j E J. Consequently, we have: for � E IDJr , W(p, q, �) = V(p, �) and for � tf_ IDJr , W(p, q, �) + [ 1 /A. (�) ] L-e E � + >.. (e)V(p, �') = V(p, �) (re­ calling that V(p, �o) = 0). DJ } , thus we conclude that rank W(p, q) < rank V(p). Remark 5. 1 (Long-lived assets). 2) may not be true in the case of long-lived assets. Consider a stochastic economy with T = 2 and three nodes, namely IDJ = {0, 1, 2}, and two assets j 1 , j2, where j1 is emitted at node 0 and pays -1 a node 1 , 1 at node 2, j2 is emitted at node 1 and gives 1 at node 2.

1) lim inf a r f(t, x) dfJt(x) dt. 2 contains ob­ viously all Suslin metrizable spaces, in particular it contains all Polish spaces. Here is an example where X is not metrizable. 3 (tempered distributions). 4] and the references therein. The following example comes Variational convergence results with applications to evolution inclusions 39 from [21]: If IE is a separable Frechet space, then the dual IE� of IE, endowed with the topology Tc of uniform convergence on compact subsets of IE, is a sub­ metrizable kw-space.

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