An Empirical Analysis Of Stock And Bond Market Liquidity by Chordia, Sarkar

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Only in the situation where the optimal response to changes turns out to be non-feasible because of critical thresholds, or physical or political constraints, will it be necessary to adjust to changes before they occur, implying the need for forecasts. Critical thresholds are for instance ecosystem regime shifts. Physical constraints on harvests are for instance inability to have negative harvests or exceed a certain capacity bound. Political constraints are, for example, the insurmountable need to harvest at least a certain minimum level.

More precisely V(x(t0 ), t0 ) ϭ Max E {q } ΂͵ ϱ t0 ΃ ⌸(q, x, t) · eϪr·tdt , subject to the given constraints. 17) {q} with the equality sign applying when dt→0. 17), and applying Itô’s stochastic calculus (Merton, 1971; Kamien and Schwartz, 1981), yields after some manipulations the following basic dynamic programming condition for solving (III). 22 Climate change and the economics of the world’s fisheries ΂ ΃ 1 ϪVt (x,t)ϭMax ⌸(q, x, t) ϩVx (x, t) · (G(x, t) Ϫq)ϩ · ␴(x, t) 2 · Vxx (x, t) . 18) reduces to ϪVt ϭrиV(x).

Nϭ0 50 . 7 The competitive fishery: phase diagram this equilibrium takes biomass below the minimum viable biomass level xmin. Clearly, the higher xmin and the lower xe (while still stable), the greater the likelihood that this will occur. Similarly, if the equilibrium (xe, Ne) is unstable, the biomass will almost certainly be exhausted in due course. From this we deduce that if global warming does one or more of the following: (i) increases the minimum viable biomass, (ii) shifts the maximum of the biomass equilibrium curve (x ϭ 0) to the right, or (iii) shifts the economic equilibrium curve (N ϭ 0) to the left, the chances of irreversibly harming the resource will be increased.

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