**The Computation of Economic Equilibria**

by Herbert Scarf

**Publisher**: Yale University Press 1973**ISBN/ASIN**: 0300016409**ISBN-13**: 9780300016406**Number of pages**: 259

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Contents: The Problem of Computing Equilibrium Prices; The Determination of an Approximate Fixed Point of a Continuous Mapping; Some Numerical Applications of Brouwer's Theorem; An Extension of the Algorithm; The Computation of Equilibria in a General Walrasian Model and Other Applications; A Procedure for Resolving Degeneracy; Algorithms Based on Simplicial Subdivisions; Some Applications to n-Person Game Theory.

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