Chapter 1
Does our brain maximize utilities in all the decisions we make?
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The Welfare Theorems
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What happens if the classical assumptions in the second welfare theorem are violated?
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Complexity economics
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Incommensurability and the first welfare theorem
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Does price rigidity pose a threat to WE?
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Applications of the Walrasian Model
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What if function z(p_1…1) indicates not all Walrasian equilibriums?
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Transfer paradox and stability
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Will the data market reach an equilibrium?
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The General Theory of the Second Best
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Prevalence of deceptive pledges in a Walrasian tâtonnement auction
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Combinatorial Walrasian Equilibrium: A relaxation of WE that allows for bundles and non-clearing markets
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Valuation Equilibrium and Pareto Optimum in non-convex economies
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Why do we still study general equilibrium?
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A Benevolent Social Planner
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Social Embeddedness by Mark Granovetter and its implications on a Competitive Eq
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Economic Planning
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The truth about the demand curve (and why we have to thank Uber)
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Bertrand Competition for Inputs and Walrasian Outcomes
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Questions on u-continuity
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Non-Walrasian Equilibria
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Assumptions and Reality: is there a connection?
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What if we are not as intelligent as we think we are?
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Is there a point where less be more?
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Can we reach an envy-free Pareto equilibrium?
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The importance of First and Second Welfare Theorem
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Risk Averse, Risk Lover or Risk Neutral
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The Second Welfare Theorem
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Thinking further: time and uncertainty with information sets
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