By Herbert Dawid, Karl F. Doerner, Gustav Feichtinger, Peter M. Kort, Andrea Seidl
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If the decision is to eradicate, then control should be very aggressive, using truly massive levels of both enforcement and treatment relative to the number of users to drive prevalence down as quickly as possible. P. Caulkins and G. , linearly with a positive intercept). So the total level of drug control spending should grow as the epidemic matures, but spending per user would decline. Of all the interventions, optimal spending on primary prevention is least dependent on the stage of the epidemic.
0/ such that an individual’s choice depends not only on the payoffs but also on the initial conditions. An unstable steady state is necessary (but not sufficient) for the existence of different long run outcomes. J/, which is equivalent to a negative determinant, det J < 0; for details see Appendix. 1 The Case of Unique Equilibrium Given the nonlinear two states optimal control problem (thus a four-dimensional phase space of states and co-states) one has to recourse to numerical methods. The following examples focus on multiple equilibria.
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Dynamic Perspectives on Managerial Decision Making: Essays in Honor of Richard F. Hartl by Herbert Dawid, Karl F. Doerner, Gustav Feichtinger, Peter M. Kort, Andrea Seidl