# Sequential decisions under uncertainty and the maximum theorem

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A topology for the space of probability distributions utilizes a novel approach in analyzing a given maximization problem. The maximization problem was analyzed in terms of conditional distributions instead of processes. The topology for exogenous processes that controls conditional distributions is based on a weak convergence. The conditional expectations are implicitly included by referring to the weak convergence when controlling the behavior of conditional distributions.

Publication Name: The Journal of Mathematical Economics

Subject: Mathematics

ISSN: 0304-4068

Year: 1996

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# The Walras core of an economy and its limit theorem

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A comparative analysis of implications of Walrasian economics and Edgeworth core is presented. Walrasian limit theorem is also analyzed.

Publication Name: The Journal of Mathematical Economics

Subject: Mathematics

ISSN: 0304-4068

Year: 2006

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# A discrete fixed point theorem and its applications

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The proof of a fixed point theorem is provided.

Publication Name: The Journal of Mathematical Economics

Subject: Mathematics

ISSN: 0304-4068

Year: 2003

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