Parametric solution and programming of the Hicksian model

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Statementby Ragnar Frisch, assisted by Ashok K. Parikh.
SeriesInstitute of Economics, University of Oslo. Memorandum
ContributionsParikh, Ashok K., joint author., Oslo. Universitet. Økonomisk institutt.
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PDF to Text Batch Convert Multiple Files Software - Please purchase personal license. PARAMETRIC SOLUTION AND PROGRAMMING OF THE HICKSIAN MODEL By RAGNAR FRISCH Assisted by ASHOK K. PARIKH 1 Institute of Economics, University of Oslo THE HICKSIAN MODEL In a nutshell the Hicksian model2 can be described as follows, if time is denoted by t (say calender year): Cited by: 4.

PARAMETRIC SOLUTION AND PROGRAMMING OF THE HICKSIAN MODEL* By RAGNAR FRISCH Assisted by ASHOK K. PARIKH1 Institute of Economics, University of Oslo The hicksian model In a nutshell the Hicksian model2 can be described as follows, if time is denoted by t (say calender year): Notation for five variables.

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ing assumptions in a non-parametric context, and show how the results of Matzkin () and Imbens and Newey () can be applied to show non-parametric identi–cation of the structural function, assuming a scalar unobservable term. We apply the identi–ca-tion argument in a production function context, showing signi–cant non-Hicksian neutral.

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Basic results for sensitivity analysis of parametric nonlinear programming problems [11] are revisited. Emphasis is placed on those conditions that ensure the differentiability of the optimal solution vector with respect to the parameters involved in the problem.

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Primal and dual infeasibility are used as criterions of the optimal of the LP model in the calculation of the parameter intervals. In order to move forward in the parametric programming calculation, a step size variable is introduced.

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Since there is no formal difference between the Hicksian and normal programming problem, Hicksian problems can be solved using the lay-out suggested by Table 1 of the Loftsgard and Heady article. Solution of a parametric integer programming problem Cybernetics, Vol. 18, No. 3 Network protocol design: Model relationships, heuristic feature specification and analytical extensions.

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Based on multi-parametric theory and our earlier results for tri-level linear programming problems, the main idea of the presented algorithm is to recast the lower levels of the tri-level optimization problem as multi-parametric programming problems, in which the optimization variables (continuous and integer) of all the upper level problems.

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