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14? Answer: (a) The additivity assumption is defensible if the arguments of the utility function are taken to be broad aggregates of goods such as 'food', 'clothing', 'housing' rather than individual commodities. It is precisely for these aggregates that statistical data can be found in the national accounts. 2. In applied work, one often encounters the quadratic utility function. For two goods, it is written as u = axxx + a2x2 + i(ßn*i + 2axlxxx2 + a22x2). (a) What does the equation look like in algebraic and in matrix notation for η goods?

3) is defined ceteris paribus (all other things constant). The methodological and economical implications of the ceteris paribus assumption have been brilliantly discussed by Friedman (1949) to which the interested reader is referred. 1. Homogeneity of degree zero Every demand equation must be homogeneous of degree zero in income and prices. In other words, if all prices and income are multiplied by a positive constant k, the quantity demanded must remain unchanged. In applied work, only those mathematical functions which have this property can be candidates for qualification as demand functions.

But there is no general restriction on the sign of the income derivative. By definition, dxjdy > 0 when i is not an inferior good, and dxjdy < 0 when / is an inferior good. e. to know what the sign of the income derivative (and therefore of the income effect) is. Let us now imagine that the consumer is given such compensation in revenue as keeps his utility level unchanged. Important general restrictions on the substitution effects can then be easily worked out. We take The Slutsky equation: an intuitive approach 43 the simple case where the utility function has only two arguments xx and x 2 .