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Demand functions and the Slutsky matrix

S. N. Afriat

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Published
**1980**
by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J
.

Written in English

- Demand functions (Economic theory),
- Utility theory.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Slutsky matrix. |

Statement | S. N. Afriat. |

Series | Princeton studies in mathematical economics ;, 7 |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | HB801 .A33 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xii, 269 p. : |

Number of Pages | 269 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4433784M |

ISBN 10 | 0691042225 |

LC Control Number | 79083973 |

The Slutsky matrix is the matrix of partial derivatives of Hicksian (compensated) demand, and Hicksian demand is the gradient of the expenditure function, so the Slutsky matrix is the Hessian (matrix of second partial derivatives) of the expenditure function, which automatically makes the Slutsky matrix . Hicks and Slutsky Compensation Demand: The quantity ∂q 1 /∂p 1 on the L.H.S of Slutsky equation () or () is the slop of the ordinary demand function for Q 1, and the first term on the RHS is the slope of the compensated demand function .

Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper presents a method of calculating the utility function from a smooth demand function whose Slutsky matrix is negative semi-definite and symmetric. The calculated utility function is the unique upper semi-continuous function corresponding with the demand function. Moreover, we present an axiom for demand by: 1. negative semi-definiteness of the Slutsky matrix. We know from ordinal utility theory that if a preference ordering can be represented by a utility function, it can be represented by a class of utility functions. Similarly, if a utility function belongs to a demand function, there is a class of such functions.

"The Demand for Money: Theoretical and EmpiricalApproaches" provides an account of the existing literature on thedemand for money. It shows how the money demand function fits intostatic and . Duality and Hicksian Demand 3. Slutsky Decomposition 4. Net and Gross Substitutes and Complements 5. Elasticities tive semi-de–nite Hessian matrix) Œ Indi⁄erence curves are concave up Again, the Hickisian demand is a function of pa-rameters. Hicksian demand File Size: 55KB.

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The utility idea has had a long history in economics, especially in the explanation of demand and in welfare economics. In a comprehensive survey and critique of the Slutsky theory and the pattern to Author: Sydney N.

Afriat. To distinguish the two types of demand function F and f, any function F with properties (i) and (ii) defines a standard demand function, and any function f with property (iii) is a normal demand function.

For any standard function F, its normal equivalent is the normal function f Author: Sydney N. Afriat. The connection between demand and utility appearing in the Slutsky theory is based on a relation between a demand function and a utility function. But this relation can be represented more basically in terms of a relation between a single demand and a utility function.

The utility idea has had a long history in economics, especially in the explanation of demand and in welfare economics. In a comprehensive survey and critique of the Slutsky theory and the pattern to. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Slutsky's problem and the coefficients --McKenzie's method --Symmetry and negativity --Utility contours and profiles --De Finetti and convexification --Slutsky and Samuelson --Transitivity and integrability --Slutsky and Frobenius --Slutsky.

Afriat, Sydney N. Demand Functions and the Demand functions and the Slutsky matrix book Matrix. (PSME-7), Volume 7. Usually think of demand curve as measuring quantity as a function of price { e.g. the Cobb-Douglas demand for good 1 is x 1 = am=p 1.

We can also think of price as a function of quantity = the inverse demand function. The Cobb-Douglas indirect demand function. The matrix S(p;w) is known as the substitution, or Slutsky matrix Its elemtns are known as substitution e ects.

#Explanation of Slutsky matrix (p) The matrix S(p;w) is known as the substitution, or Slutsky, matrix. 2 6 4 1 3 7 5 The compensated wealth effects are instead given by the column vector of pure wealth effects multiplied by the row vector obtained transposing the demand function x File Size: KB.

requires Slutsky symmetry for the candidate demand functions. For the solution function e(p;u) to be a valid expenditure function it has to be concave.

This requires that the Slutsky matrix obtained from the candidate demands is negative semi de–nite. Derivation of the Slutsky File Size: KB. This is exercise 2.F from the book.

Given the demand function x(p,w) from the book p where β = 1 and w = 1, we shall: 1. Calculate the Slutsky matrix S = D px(p,w)+D wx(p,w)x(p,w)T • evaluate S at p = (1,1,1) 2.

Show that x(p,w) does not full ll the weak axiom. Since we calculate the Slutsky Matrix File Size: 97KB. Demand functions and the Slutsky matrix. [S N Afriat] -- The utility idea has had a long history in economics, especially in the explanation of demand and in welfare economics.

In a comprehensive survey and critique of the Slutsky theory. a Slutsky matrix function norm, which allows one to measure departures from rationality in either observed Slutsky matrices or demand functions.

The answer, provided for the class of demand functions. The Slutsky equation (or Slutsky identity) in economics, named after Eugen Slutsky, relates changes in Marshallian (uncompensated) demand to changes in Hicksian (compensated) demand, which is known as such since it compensates to maintain a fixed level of are two parts of the Slutsky.

App Preview: Advanced Microeconomics: Slutsky Equation, Roy’s Identity and Shephard's Lemma We can now plot these two Marshallian demand functions and as follows. We are now going to discuss the relationship between the Marshallian demand and the Hicksian demand.

through the Slutsky. The envelope relationship between the profit function and profit objective is explained, leading to the relationship between profit and supply/demand known as Hotelling’s Lemma, and the symmetry and positive semidefiniteness of the matrix of supply/demand.

We call this xs. It is the Slutsky demand. Once again this income compensated demand is measured at the price px1 xs xs Finally, once again we can draw the Slutsky compensated demand curve through this new point xspx1 and the original x0px0 The new demand.

The Indirect Utility Function. Can learn more about set of solutions to (CP) (Marshallian demand) by relating to the value of (CP). Value of (CP) = welfare of consumer facing prices p with income.

The value function of (CP) is called the indirect utility function. Deﬁnition. The indirect utility function. This is the negativity restriction for the compensated demand functions that fol-lows from the negative de niteness of the Slutsky matrix S.

This restriction of negativity must also apply to all linear combinations of commodities. Finally the cross-price derivatives of the compensated demand functions. duality, way of deriving the Slutsky equation, including explicit consideration of conditions which ensure the di⁄erentiability of the compensated and ordi-nary demand functions.

In section 3, some examples File Size: KB. a) Find the uncompensated demand for x1 and x2, and ﬂnd the indirect utility function b) Use the own price Slutsky equation for x 1 to determine the substitution eﬁect. c) Find the compensated demand for x 1 and x 2 and the expenditure function File Size: 62KB.Slutsky Equation 65 1.

these are hypothetical changes 2. we can examine each change in isolation and look at sum of two changes C. Change in demand due to pivot is the substitution effect. 1. this measures how demand changes when we change prices, keeping purchasing power fixed 2.

how much would a person demand File Size: 63KB. Derivation of Hicksian Demand Function using the Slutsky Equation. In this video, I offer a derivation of the Slutsky Equation (an equation that decomposes the Marshallian demand curve's .