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Using linear approximations and duality from mathematical programming, we characterize a family of supporting hyperplanes that define the efficient facets of a set of alternatives with respect to such preference cones. We show that a subset of these hyperplanes generate maximal efficient facets. Supported in part by the National Science Foundation grant MCS77-24654.

We are indebted to Departamento de Trabajo del Gobierno Vasco and the Department of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania for financial support through our graduate studies

This monograph is the result of merging parts of the authors's doctoral dissertations presented at The University of Pennsylvania in the spring of 1991. We are indebted to Departamento de Trabajo del Gobierno Vasco and the Department of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania for financial support through our graduate studies. We could not have written this monograph without the support received from our families. Sections wi thin chapters are numbered using roman numerals.

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The monetary model of exchange rates and cointegration: estimation, testing and prediction. A factor model of seasonality in stock returns. J Gardeazabal, M Regulez. J Gardeazabal, M Regúlez. Springer Science & Business Media, 2012. Do students behave rationally in multiple-choice tests? evidence from a field experiment. MP Espinosa, J Gardeazabal. Testing the canonical model of exchange rates with unobservable fundamentals. J Gardeazabal, M Regulez, J Vázquez.

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Dr. M. Beckmann Brown University Providence, RI 02912, USA Prof. The properties of forecasts generated by cointegrated systems are studied in chapter 8.

Monetary Economics is a two-semester course designed for the fourth-year stu-dents studying Economics, and Finance and Banking. It is one of the core courses taught to the fourth-year students at the ICEF and prepares them for the University of London nal examination on the subject. The course focuses on the issues of monetary policy implementation in the closed and open economy contexts. The Fall semester adopts the domestic econ-omy perspective and covers topics of money creation and monetary transmission mechanisms, ination and expectations, neutrality of money.

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NBER Series on Long-term Factors in Economic Development The University of Chicago Press 2001 ISBN 0-226-64556-8 Gardeazabal, Javier and Marta Regulez, 1992, The Monetary Model of Exchange Rates and Cointegration: Estimation, Testing and Prediction (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, Vol) Springer Verlag; ISBN: 0387556354 Dornbusch, Rudiger, 1980, Open Economy Macroeconomics (New York: Basic Books) Frankel, Jeffrey . 1993, On Exchange Rates (Cambridge: MIT Press) isbn 0-262-06154-6 Frankel, Jeffrey . 1995, Financial Markets and Monetary Policy (Cambridge: MIT Press) isbn.

Mathematical economics is the application of mathematical methods to represent theories and analyze problems in economics. By convention, these applied methods are beyond simple geometry, such as differential and integral calculus, difference and differential equations, matrix algebra, mathematical programming, and other computational methods. Proponents of this approach claim that it allows the formulation of theoretical relationships with rigor, generality, and simplicity.