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a stable state characterized by the cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces

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a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates

a sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head

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Result 4: A price of zero and positive volume, when it exists as a stable Walrasian equilibrium, can be observed occurring in a market even though three nonzero-price equilibria exist.
We then numerically evaluate symmetric location equilibria under risk aversion and, finally, compare the data with these numerical predictions.
Note that the existence of signaling equilibria at [Mathematical Expression Omitted] depends on tariff policy - this relation is explored in the following section.
Again there can be two equilibria for some values of [Mu], although now equilibrium, existence is ensured throughout.
Chapters Twelve and Thirteen explain methods for computing equilibria of economies with consumers that have heterogeneous preferences and endowments.
Of course, the possibility of multiple equilibria can complicate backward induction.
Categorization is employed in both the Wilson and MWS equilibria whenever the categorizing regime contracts are better for the L-types in category A than the non-categorizing equilibrium contracts.
11) Thus, as in Reinganum and Wilde (1986), the separating equilibrium we present is consistent with this refinement, while all other possible equilibria are not.
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 new volume details the phase equilibria of dielectric Ti, Nb, and Ta oxide systems.
The second theory views bank runs as a consequence of the existence of multiple equilibria.
The only pure strategy (3) equilibria of the extended stage games are (D, D) and (A, A).