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By Takuji Arai, Takamasa Suzuki (auth.), Shigeo Kusuoka, Toru Maruyama (eds.)

A lot of financial difficulties may be formulated as restricted optimizations and equilibration in their suggestions. a number of mathematical theories were offering economists with essential machineries for those difficulties coming up in financial concept. Conversely, mathematicians were prompted through quite a few mathematical problems raised through monetary theories. The sequence is designed to collect these mathematicians who're heavily attracted to getting new difficult stimuli from monetary theories with these economists who're looking powerful mathematical instruments for his or her research.

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This inclusion is originally due to McKenzie,3 and surely represents a substantial terminological over-reaching of the theory. 4 Third, the entire discussion is conducted in terms of 2 See [4, pp. 542–543], also his Fig. 14 with time on the horizontal axis and capital stocks on the vertical. 3 See [34] where McKenzie distinguishes three kinds of turnpikes: the early, late and middle turnpikes. In terms of this categorization, Bewley considers only the last two kinds of turnpikes. It is also worth pointing out that in [39], McKenzie uses a different classification scheme based on the Samuelson and Ramsey turnpike.

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