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July 1979 - Volume 47 Issue 4 Page 921 - 938


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An Equilibrium Model with Fixed Labor Time

Claus Weddepohl

Abstract

An economy with production is considered where the labor time is the same for all working agents and for all types of labor. It is shown that a private goods equilibrium exists if the labor time is fixed. An equilibrium with public goods exists if the labor time is variable but the distribution of consumers over types of labor is given, where labor time appears as a public good. Optimality properties of solutions where the equilibrium conditions of both types of equilibrium are fulfilled simultaneously are analyzed.

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