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A persuasive case could be made that the elasticity of substitution between natural resources and other inputs is quite large in some aggregate sense, while partial-equilibrium single-product substitutability is quite small. The two statements are m a d e compatible by relatively free substitution on the demand side between resource-intensive products and others. In that view of the world, the appropriate elasticity of substitution for U() may be less than one, and it then remains plausible that the monopoly tends to overconserve the resources.
66,370. , satisfy constraint (7), yet p r o d u c e a C value t h a t together with this m a x i m u m n value satisfy m a r k e t constraint (6). , the optimal values. 5, a n d t h e same p r o b ability distribution used t o construct Table I. T h e o p t i m a l «*, V*, a n d Z * values were s o m e w h a t less t h a n t h e corresponding values given in t h e second line of Table I. a Column: fl TABLE I LEVERAGE, BANKRUPTCY, AND THE COST OF CAPITAL 47 48 FRED D . ARDITTI A N D YORAM C. PELES distribution; that is, where m denotes the m a x i m u m value that Xe can take and / assumes integer values such that 0 < / < m.
Primarily theoretical, these analyses have investigated the influence of price discrimination upon output and upon profitability when 1 demand and cost functions are known with certainty. It would be of interest to extend this prior work by examining the consequences of uncertainty for 2 the price discriminating firm. In this essay, we initially analyze the case of a monopolist facing r a n d o m demand functions in separable markets for its product. Confronted with uncertainty, we assume that the goal of the firm is the maximization of expected utility.
Natural Resources, Uncertainty, and General Equilibrium Systems. Essays in Memory of Rafael Lusky by Alan S. Blinder