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Optimal consumption function in a Brownian model of accumulation.
by Suntory-Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines in London
Written in English
|Other titles||The consumption function as solution of a boundary value problem.|
|Series||Theoretical economics discussion paper -- TE/96/297|
|Contributions||Suntory-Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines.|
Optimal Consumption Choice with Intolerance for Declining Standard of Living is a function of the rate of consumption, that is the inﬁnitesimal consumption per unit time. Time–additivity is, of course, a strong assumption. the Brownian model, also the case of jump processes like the Poisson process. (b) Discuss the steady-state optimal growth paths for consumption, capital and output. Consider the Solow-Swan model of growth for the constant returns to scale production function Yt = F[eμtKt,eνtNt] where μ and ν are the rates of capital and labor augmenting technical progress.
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Foldes, L.P., The optimal consumption function in a Brownian model of accumulation – Part B: Existence of solutions of boundary value problems. Discussion Paper TE/96/, The Suntory Centre, London School of by: 6. This paper resumes the study of the Optimal Consumption Function in a Brownian Model of Accumulation begun in Foldes , hereinafter Part A or simply [A], com-prising Sections 1 and 2 of our study, and Foldes , hereinafter Part B or simply [B].
25()we formulated a Brownian model of accumulation and derived sufficient conditions for optimality of a plan generated by a logarithmic consumption function, i.e. a relation expressing log-consumption as a time-invariant, deterministic function H Z ; of log-capital Z (both variables being measured in ‘intensive’ units).
This Paper continues the study of the Optimal Consumption Function in a Brownian Model of Accumulation, see Part A  and Part B ; a further Part D, dealing with the effects of perturbations of the Brownian model, is in preparation.
This Paper continues the study of the Optimal Optimal consumption function in a Brownian model of accumulation. book Function in a Brownian Model of Accumulation, see Part A  and Part B ; a further Part D, dealing with the effects of perturbations of the Brownian model, is in preparation.
We begin here with a review of the o.d.e. system S which was used in Part B for the proof of the existence of an optimal consumption : Lucien Foldes. 1 Formulation of the Brownian Growth Model As stated in the Abstract, our concern here is with the form of the optimal consumption function in a version of the traditional neo-classical model of economic growth in which the various exogenous time trends are replaced by Brownian motions.
THE OPTIMAL CONSUMPTION FUNCTION IN A BROWNIAN MODEL OF ACCUMULATION PART B: EXISTENCE OF SOLUTIONS OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM* ** Lucien Foldes London School of Economics and Political Science Contents: Abstract Introduction to Part B 1 Section 3: Phase Analysis 4 Section 4: Existence Proof 36 References 55 Figures W.H.
Fleming, H.M. Soner, Controlled Markov Processes and Viscosity Solutions, Springer, New York,  L. Foldes, The optimal consumption function in a Brownian model of accumulation Part A: The consumption function as solution of a boundary value problem, J.
Econom. Dynam. Control 25 () –  D. "The Optimal Consumption Function in a Brownian Model of Accumulation - Part A: The Consumption Function as Solution of a Boundary Value Problem" this is equivalent to a stochastic model of optimal saving with diminishing returns to capital.
For the intensive model we give sufficient conditions for optimality of a consumption plan (open. Title: THE OPTIMAL CONSUMPTION FUNCTION Author: suntory Created Date: 1/25/ PM. Abstract. In Part A of the present study, subtitled 'The Consumption Function as Solution of a Boundary Value Problem' Discussion Paper No.
TE/96/, STICERD, London School of Economics, we formulated a Brownian model of accumulation and derived sufficient conditions for optimality of a plan generated by a logarithmic consumption function, i.e.
a relation expressing log-consumption as a. () Optimal expected exponential utility of dividend payments in a Brownian risk model. Scandinavian Actuarial Journal() The solution to a second order linear ordinary differential equation with a non-homogeneous term that is a measure.
The optimal consumption function in a Brownian model of accumulation. Part B. Existence of solutions of The optimal consumption function in a Brownian model of accumulation. Part A. The consumption function a Is economic change optimal.
/ Joel Mokyr. Consider the capital accumulation equation of the Solow model with exogenous tech-nology growth K t+1 = sK a(A period and her preferences over consumption can be represented by the utility function U(c 1,c2) = log(c show that the optimal consumption in period 1 is given by c 1 = 1 1 + b w 1 + w2 1 +r.
State also the optimal savings. Foldes, L.'Optimal Saving and Risk in Continuous Time', Review of Economic Studies. ——'The Optimal Consumption Function in a Brownian model of Accumulation Part A: The Consumption. Existence and Asymptotic Behavior of an Optimal Barrier for an Optimal Consumption Problem in a Brownian Model with Absorption and Finite Time Horizon.
The \Ak" model of growth emphasizes physical capital accumulation as the driving force of prosperity. It is not the only way to think about growth, however. A stochastic Ramsey model is studied with the Cobb-Douglas production function maximizing the expected discounted utility of consumption.
We transformed the Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman (HJB) equation associated with the stochastic Ramsey model so as to transform the dimension of the state space by changing the variables.
By the viscosity solution method, we established the existence of. The Optimal Consumption Function in a Brownian Model of Accumulation Part D: 'Stable Manifolds and Perturbations'. Optimal Accumulation of Capital in a Stochastic Model (provisional title) A monograph to be published by Cambridge University Press.
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We develop and ad hoc methodology. We show that the Hamilton Jacobi Bellman can be solved numerically. So we can give an in depth analysis of the impact of volatility in asset allocation and optimal consumption problems. The paper is organized as follows.Economic Growth: Lecture 8, Overlapping Generations Daron Acemoglu MIT Novem Daron Acemoglu (MIT) Economic Growth Lecture 8 Novem 1 /