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A Leontief-type input-output inclusion. (English) Zbl 1211.91089
Summary: A Leontief-type input-output inclusion problem based on a set-valued consuming map is studied. By applying a nonlinear analysis approach, in particular using the surjection and continuity technique with respect to set-valued mappings, solvability and stability results with and without continuity assumption concerning this inclusion are obtained.

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91B02Fundamental topics on applicability to economics
91B60Trade models in economics
49J53Set-valued and variational analysis
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