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Further assume that value-added and the composite intermediate good combine in fixed proportions to generate output. Obtain the cost function and show how to derive the matrix A of variable input-output coefficients (hard. Hint: use Shephard’s lemma). 6. Do the same as in question 5 above for Cobb–Douglas substitution between value-added and the composite intermediate good (hard). 1: The Detailed Equations of the General Equilibrium Example 37 7. For the economy of this chapter show that Walras’ law takes indeed the form: p Á ½CDðp; oÞ À ðI À AÞ Á Y þ o Á ½Zðo; yÞ À Sðp; o ¼ 0 In explicit summation notation this vector expression would be: N X pi Á cih ðp; oÞ þ i¼1 þ N X !
1 will be useful in two accounts. On the one hand, we will use them as an example of how to read specific simulation results, and on the other hand they will provide the background for a discussion of aspects of a somewhat broader scope that are common to numerical general equilibrium analysis. It would be useful, in order to appraise the effects of the output tax, to have some reference against which to compare the three alternative policy scenarios, and for this purpose the equilibrium solution prior to the introduction of the policy is in fact a very good candidate.
3 Equilibrium 27 column format. 23) When firm i is producing yi units of output, the fixed coefficients technology requires the use of vi Á yi units of value-added. 25) where BðoÞ is a K Â N matrix of variable factor coefficients, V is the N Â N diagonal matrix of unitary valued-added requirements, and Y is an N-dimensional column vector of outputs. 2) above). 26) h¼1 where e stands for the vector of total endowments and Xðp; oÞ represents market demand for the use of factors by households (leisure, for instance, in the case of labor).