Competitive equilibria in overlapping generations Experiments View Full Text


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1992-09

AUTHORS

Charalambos D. Aliprantis, Charles R. Plott

ABSTRACT

The paper presents the results of four overlapping generations experiments performed at the California Institute of Technology. Overlapping generations markets were created in which each agent had a two period life span. With the exception of the first period, there were eight agents trading in each period; four buyers (two young and two old) and four sellers (two young and two old). Parameters were selected so that a “small” set of equilibria existed. The markets were open for twenty-nine periods with a demand shift occurring at the fifteenth and sixteenth periods. This work provides a method of computing all competitive equilibria for a class of environments—called the opposing shift environments. The main conclusion of the experiments is that the experimental price data converge to near the stationary portions of the competitive equilibria. “Demographic” dynamics are also explored as part of the price adjustment process. Dynamic features found in non-overlapping environments are also observed in the overlapping generations case. More... »

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389-426

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  • 1988. Inflation and Expectations in Experimental Markets in BOUNDED RATIONAL BEHAVIOR IN EXPERIMENTAL GAMES AND MARKETS
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