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Unique Solutions of Some Recursive Equations in Economic Dynamics

By Massimo Marinacci and Luigi Montrucchio


We study unique and globally attracting solutions of a general nonlinear equation that has as special cases some recursive equations widely used in Economics.Recursive equations, Intertemporal consumption

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