Speaker: Vu Thi Huong
Time: 9h00, Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Location: Rom 302, Building A5, Institute of Mathematics Abstract: This thesis focuses on qualitative properties (solution existence, optimality conditions, stability, and sensitivity) of optimization problems arisen in consumption economics, production economics, and optimal economic growth models. The thesis has two parts, which are divided into four chapters. Part 1 presents results on stability and sensitivity for the consumer problem and the production problem. Part 2 establishes a series of theorems on solution existence and synthesis of optimal processes for optimal economic growth problems and an analogue of these problems in the form of finite horizon state constrained problems with five parameters. |