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OPTIMALITY PROPERTIES OF QUASIEQUILIBRIA Example 2 shows that a quasiequilibrium need not be a weak optimum. x with respect to pt: 0 EXAMPLE 2. See the single consumer economy represented in Figure 3 and note that w > x. 2 > ... p 1 x FIGURE 3 In order to obtain sufficient conditions for a quasiequilibrium to be a weak optimum or an optimum we first establish an important preliminary lemma. 30 is aonvu and >i is aontinuoUB. rat :Z:i E Xi and P E F ars such that "2 >i:Z:i imp USS p. 2 ;> p':Z:i" and P':Z:i > Inf{p'2: 2EXi}' Then "2 >i:Z:i impUss P'2 > P·:Z:i".

Given the non-side-payment game (A, V), a pair ~(vl*) (l*,u*) where a satisfying. •• ,l;u;) = is defined by vl*(S) = sup{ 6 l;ua:u E V(S)} aES The payoff vector u is said to be a l-transfer va~ue of the game (A, V) • lt is easily verified that the pair (A,V l *) satisfies the definition of a side-payment game, whence ~(vl*) (and consequently the not ions of valuation and l-transfer value) is weIl defined. The l-transfer value represents a generalization of the value notion for side-payment games to the setting of non-side-payment games: Conceptually, given the non-side-payment game would occur if side-payments were realizable.

Take Z>lX l trarily close to Xl. (z+v+x 3 + ... , p. (z + v) ~ p. (Xl + X2). Therefore, X Letting Xl z - we conclude p·v is a quasiequilibrium with respect to ~ arbi- P·x2. • Exarnple 8 shows that hypothesis (a] cannot be dispensed with (or weakened to [b]) in [XI]. EXAMPLE 8. by p = See Figure 9, where the optimum X can only be supported o. w ~--~r-----------------------~2 "'2: Complete Indifference 1 FIGURE 9 Allocation X in Example 1 shows that [XI] cannot be strengthened to replace optimum by weak optimum.