Market demand is a continuous function of prices

Trockel W (1983)
Economics letters 12(2): 141-146.

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A natural class of probabilities on the space of consumers' preferences is presented for which market (i.e., mean) demand is a (continuous) function of prices although individual preferences may be non-convex.
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Trockel W. Market demand is a continuous function of prices. Economics letters. 1983;12(2):141-146.
Trockel, W. (1983). Market demand is a continuous function of prices. Economics letters, 12(2), 141-146.
Trockel, W. (1983). Market demand is a continuous function of prices. Economics letters 12, 141-146.
Trockel, W., 1983. Market demand is a continuous function of prices. Economics letters, 12(2), p 141-146.
W. Trockel, “Market demand is a continuous function of prices”, Economics letters, vol. 12, 1983, pp. 141-146.
Trockel, W.: Market demand is a continuous function of prices. Economics letters. 12, 141-146 (1983).
Trockel, Walter. “Market demand is a continuous function of prices”. Economics letters 12.2 (1983): 141-146.
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