The objective of this study is to develop a simple explicit model for determination of carbon dioxide solubility and liquid phase ionic

equilibria in aqueous alkanolamine solutions simultaneously.

We then determine whether targeted self-insurance efforts are performed in three

equilibria with adverse selection: the pooling equilibrium (see the "Private Genetic Information: The Pooling Equilibrium" section), the Rothschild-Stiglitz separating equilibrium (see the "Private Genetic Information: The Rothschild and Stiglitz Equilibrium" section), and the Miyazaki-Spence separating equilibrium (see the "Private Genetic Information: The Miyazaki-Spence Equilibrium" section).

Nevertheless, Hurwicz (1945, 1953) is raising an essential issue in game theory, that

equilibria depend on (i) the rationality of the players and (ii) their specific beliefs.

This Chapter deals with the interplay between competitive

equilibria and autoregressive representations.

In particular, for the cost model, if CE denotes the set of correlated

equilibria and NE denotes the set of Nash

equilibria, we define PoM = [max.

15) Unfortunately, characterizing the payoffs in these mixed strategy

equilibria to an extent sufficient for guiding backward induction and guaranteeing a subgame perfect equilibrium is hard; it has not been done purely analytically even in the original Hotelling model.

The local stability of the

equilibria have been discussed and it is found that unique non-trivial equilibrium point is stable for all delay.

Neural network modeling of adsorption

equilibria of mixtures in supercritical fluids.

Students deserve reasoned explanations of the behaviour of chemical

equilibria built upon their prior knowledge of kinetics.

3) can have more than one equilibrium point in the interior of the first quadrant and we studied the stability of the

equilibria.

Note that other

equilibria exist in which the rejection rate is 100%.

The general methodology for finding the sub-game-perfect

equilibria is to use backward induction, i.

Carverhill, 1993, "Quasi-Mean Reversion in an Efficient Stock-Market--The Characterization of Economic

Equilibria Which Support Black Scholes Option Pricing", Economic Journal, 103:395-405

In their paper, "Monetary Discretion, Pricing Complementarity, and Dynamic Multiple

Equilibria," King and Wolman demonstrate, in a New Keynesian setting, that besides producing high inflation, discretion has a further adverse consequence.

The second theory views bank runs as a consequence of the existence of multiple

equilibria.