Competitive equilibrium, Microeconomics

(a)    Explain why the Pareto criterion does not provide a complete ordering of the ordinal utility space

(b)   The competitive equilibrium is the only allocation where the gains from trade are exhausted. Is this statement true or false? Explain

 

 

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