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For the linear case, noting L, the income from labour force, and w’ (()’ describes time variation) the variation of the wage (wage rate), we consider that the demand is described by a linear equation: L=-k·w’; where k is a constant that describes the will of employers to take more labour if the wage is lower. In a linear market we may consider that the supply equation is similar: L=l·w’; where l measures the increase in the labour supply with the increase of the wage rate. For the case considered, the point of intersection of the two equations will be found in the origin of the coordinate system.
R dθ. dr 48 Nonlinear Models for Economic Decision Processes The number of transactions in this volume element is: I/λ dV Each point in the crown sees the surface ∆S with an apparent surface ∆S cos θ, such that the probability that a person, after isotropic diffusion in the crown, is sent toward ∆S is: ∆S cos θ / 4πr2 But we saw above that the number of persons who arrive at the surface ∆S is multiplied by a factor exp(-r/λ) due to the diffusion in that transaction space. Thus, the number of persons that pass ∆S is: dn = I/λ.
In this way, we will, sooner or later, spend all our money. Is there a type of interaction in which we gain money? Of course; some of us gain money every fortnight, others more or less frequently, depending on the type of work we do and on the frequency and amount of the payment. g. city) where there are various companies with which we interact by doing various transactions. Let’s consider, in order to make things simple, first, that the distribution of the companies is uniform. In a volume (we may consider a surface since the height of a city may be considered constant) of thickness dx, there are C transactions taking place.
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