The correspondence principle is the relation, which exists in certain economic models, between comparative statics of equilibria and the properties of out-of-equilibrium dynamics.
KeywordsComparative statics Correspondence principle Monotone models Strategic complementarities Tâtonnement Walrasian general equilibrium
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